New Head Appointed at St Cedd’s School

Mr Matthew Clarke takes the reins of St Cedd’s School as Head from September 2018 having been promoted from Deputy Head.

Before the Centenary Ball

A Happy 100th Birthday

The end of the summer term saw girls' prep school, Maltman's Green, celebrate their 100th birthday in style with a themed 1918 day for the girls and spectacular Centenary Ball for the adults.

Cranmore welcomes new Director of Sport

Paul Hodgson to lead outstanding sports department

Holme Grange Head, Estates Manager and students

Winning Ways at Holme Grange

Holme Grange School has received two National Awards ‘Best Use of the School Farm in the Curriculum 2018’ and ‘Best School Farms Project 2018’ from The School Farms Network Education Alliance and a Silver Award for Wokingham in Bloom 2018.

L to R: Anthony Townsend, Cranleigh prep pupils, Mike Wilson

New Academic Block for Cranleigh Prep School

Former Chairman of Governors opens state-of-the-art facility that carries his name

Eco Flag Award Retained

Young eco warriors at St Margaret's, Calne, who are leading the battle against damage to the environment and fighting for healthy living and outdoor learning, have been rewarded with Green Flag status. 

Top marks for Suffolk School

Old Buckenham Hall School was recently inspected by ISI and received top marks in all areas after a full inspection by ISI.

Isabella Hurley (left) receiving her award from United Learning CEO Jon Coles

Banstead Prep School Pupils Win Top Awards

Banstead Prep School is celebrating after two of its pupils received special honours at United Learning’s national ‘Best in Everyone’ Primary School Awards.

Clifton College Forest School Achieves Gold Award

We are delighted to announce that we have achieved a Gold in the Woodland Trust's Green Tree Schools Awards for our fantastic Forest School.

Knighton House School : A new bespoke curriculum fit for the modern world

From September 2018 Knighton House is introducing a new curriculum which will combine academic and skills based teaching to better prepare pupils for senior school and beyond.

Warwickshire Council Awards Little Crackers Nursery WIncKS Kite-Mark

Little Crackers Nursery in Kenilworth is one of only 40 pre-schools in Warwickshire to be awarded a WIncKS Kite-Mark.  The Warwickshire Inclusion Kite-Marking Scheme celebrates Little Crackers’ excellent pre-school provision and also recognises the high standard of inclusive care provided by the nursery.

Clayesmore Nursery to accept 2 year olds from September 2018

Clayesmore Nursery is delighted to announce that it will be accepting two year-olds from September 2018. This means that you will now be able to join the Clayesmore family from a younger age.

Teacher shortlisted for prestigious national awards

A teacher at York's The Mount Junior School, has been shortlisted in this year’s national Pearson Teaching Awards after inspiring children, parents and colleagues with her passion and dedication to educating young children.

Yateley Manor's Chess Success

Yateley Manor’s chess players returned from the IAPS Chess Championship with individual and team awards

Year 6

Rich diversity of activities prepare girls for senior school success!

Ursuline Preparatory School’s Year 6 girls start preparing for the next step of their educational journey is secure after large numbers won a place at the school of their choice.

Megan's Magic Pencil!

A Derby High Primary pupil is singled out for praise in a national competition. Megan Kerry (Year 5) was selected as a runner-up in the Malala’s Magic Pencil Schools competition, which attracted more than 5,000 entries nationwide.

Another Eco Award for Grace Dieu!

Pupils from Grace Dieu Manor School in Thringstone are delighted to have been awarded their second Eco School flag – the Silver Award.

Pre-Prep and nusery children raise nearly £1,000 for local charity

The Pre-Prep and Nursery children of North Devon's West Buckland School have so far raised an astonishing £981.10 for Children’s Hospice South West through a series of fun initiatives throughout the year.

Badminton Junior School Welcome New School Dog, Monty, to their Community

Badminton Junior School have recently welcomed a new four–legged member to their community; a school dog named Monty.

Badminton Junior School Welcome New School Dog, Monty, to their Community!

Badminton Junior School have recently welcomed a new four–legged member to their community; a school dog named Monty.

Pupils wins silver award for the second time in a row.

An Ashville pupil has won silver in a national schools mathematics competition for the second year running beating thousands of hopefuls.

St Ives School Becomes a Member of the Royal Society of St George

Last week St Ives School became the first independent school to become a member of the Royal Society of St George.

Brentwood Prep revamp will place School in Education Forefront

Brentwood School has secured planning permission for a major programme of improvement works at the Preparatory School which will see it at the forefront of cutting edge educational facilities.

Hallfield teaching assistant goes for the crown

A teaching assistant from Hallfield School is hoping to take the crown in Miss Birmingham this weekend.

Ryde School Pupil wins a coveted Girlguiding Chief Commissioner's Award

Ryde School pupil Zoe (Year 5) was presented with the Girlguiding South West Region Chief Commissioner's Award earlier this term.

A Gold ‘Green Tree School Award’ for Grace Dieu!

Grace Dieu is delighted to have been awarded a Gold ‘Green Tree School Award’ from the Woodland Trust!

Internationally acclaimed authors support Prep School’s Festival of Wellbeing

Writers including John McCarthy CBE and Sir Michael Morpurgo OBE are backing a Festival of Wellbeing held by Hazlegrove Prep School in Somerset.

The Downs Malvern wins Second Place in the World Book Day Display competition!

We are thrilled to announce that our World Book Day display won Second Prize in the World Book Day Display Competition!

St Faith’s Wins 'Strategic Education Initiative of the Year' at the Tes Awards

St Faith’s is honoured to have won ‘Strategic education initiative of the year’ at the prestigious Tes Independent School Awards 2018

Aldenham Excellent Again

ISI Inspection Excellent in all Categories

Notre Dame Appoints New Head of Prep Amelie Morgan

Notre Dame School in Cobham has appointed a new Head of Prep, Mrs Amelie Morgan.

Greenfield School Empowers Children to Save the World

Greenfield School is taking giant steps to ensure that its pupils are compassionate, tolerant and socially responsible people, who each have an empowered understanding of their place in the world, via a new Social Responsibility programme.

The Downs Malvern becomes a Recognised Forest School Provider

We are thrilled to announce that The Downs Malvern has recently become a Recognised Forest School Provider by the FSA (Forest School Association). We are the first private school in Worcestershire and Herefordshire to be recognised in this way.

Sandroyd becomes the first school to join Taste of the West

Taste of the West promote and support fantastic local good and drink from Cornwall Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire and during January 2018 championed Sandroyd as a food and drink producer in the West Country.