Canon Tom Buchanan, Chairman of Governors at The Leys and St Faith’s Foundation today announced that, following a very thorough selection and a top quality field, Dr. Crispin Hyde-Dunn has been appointed as the next Head of St Faith’s.
St Swithun’s school, Winchester, is celebrating. The independent girls’ school has been recognised as one of the very best schools in the world and become accredited as a High Performance Learning World Class School.
Homefield Prep has officially opened 14 brand new classrooms, all with integrated learning walls to provide cutting edge facilities to enable the best teaching and learning possible.
Jon Whybrow has been confirmed as Amesbury’s full-time Head following a comprehensive recruitment process held over the last four months by the school’s Board of Governors.
The doors have opened on Brentwood Preparatory School’s multi-million pound development revealing an Aladdin's cave of state-of-the-art educational facilities and resources.
Children at a Calne school are reaching new heights thanks to a climbing wall which has just been installed. The wall is available not only to the school’s pupils and girls at St Mary’s, Calne, but also the wider community.
A teacher at King’s Ely has written a new book all about the subject he loves. ‘Why Study Geography?’ is the thirtieth book that Alan Parkinson, Head of Geography at King’s Ely Junior, has written or co-written.
St Swithuns’s Prep School, Winchester has launched Alice and Sophia go to St Swithun’s Prep, a picture storybook especially produced to appeal to young people who are about to start school.
Barfield School is opening up its award-winning outdoor pursuits department to local schools and inner-city London schools in a bid to rescue adventure trips that have been cancelled due to the pandemic.
Belmont School launched the first stage of its new Science facilities today as part of the School’s ongoing development plans. The new facilities are in addition to the existing Science laboratory and provide pupils with a new Chemistry laboratory.
A student from RGS Newcastle was the youngest person named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list announced at the weekend for the contributions he made to the community during the height of the Coronavirus pandemic.
One of the most distinctive prep schools in the South West has confirmed a series of new initiatives to broaden access to pupils from a wide range of backgrounds and further develop its long and successful relationship with its neighbour, Bryanston.