After an early start on the first day of the summer holidays, 39 of our Prep School Singers boarded the bus to the airport to catch a flight to sunnier climes for the exciting Choir Tour to Provence...
Year 3 and 4 pupils from St John’s College Junior School in Southsea finished their 'Seaside Art' topic on Wednesday with a special trip up the Emirates Spinnaker Tower to get a bird’s eye view of all they have been studying over recent weeks.
Have you ever wondered why Petersfield is called Petersfield? What the nickname for the market square was in medieval times? Or have you ever wondered why there is a statue of William III in the town square?
Pupils in Years 3-8 have created a stunning mosaic. Undertaking such a project not only enabled the children to work with different mediums and outside but also demonstrated just how much can be achieved when a community all work together.
The Heritage Lottery Fund and The Wimborne History Festival's support ensured a day of creative learning for Dumpton School's annual Roman Day with mosaic making and a visit from a 'real' Roman Soldier!
At Prior Park Prep School near Swindon, political debate has been heating up as student representatives from each political party have delivered their manifestos, in advance of their election on Thursday 8 June.
Following an incredible display in the local heats, for the first time in the competition’s history, Quiz Club invited two teams from the same school to the national semi-final as they had been so impressed with the Birkdale scores from Round 1.
On Friday, May 19th, Year 5 set off for Hampton Court Palace. In no time at all we were outside the Clore Education Centre, organised into our groups and ready to enter what had once been King Henry VIII’s beautiful home.