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.
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.
Dolphin School in Hurst, an independent day school for boys and girls aged 3 to 13, is delighted to announce that former pupil, Jo Hurst (nee Young), has returned, 17 years after she left at the age of 13, to take up the post of Head of English.
The Sunday Times has named St Mary’s Colchester’s Lower School as the ninth highest performing preparatory school in the country in its Parent Power listing of the UK’s Top 100 Preparatory Schools, which was published on 19 November 2017.
Cranleigh Prep is building a fantastic new two-storey teaching block, inspired by African designs and using natural wood finishes. This will create space for three new science laboratories, two Art rooms, plus Design and Food Technology areas.
Mr Nick Robinson will be taking up the position of Headmaster of West Buckland Prep School in Spring 2018, joining the North Devon school from his position of Head at Bedales Prep School, in Hampshire.
Year 4 pupil, Ryan, designed the winning entry in the Reigate and Banstead Borough Council's Road Safety Competition. Over 800 children from all over the area entered the competition to design a banner highlighting the importance of safe driving.
TES Independent School Award 2018 - Pre-prep/prep school of the year
We are delighted that St Ives has been shortlisted for the pre-prep / prep school of the year award at the prestigious 2018 TES Independent School Awards.
Bromley Council has just released their data analysis of profile scores for Early Years providers in the Borough, which shows the percentage of children reaching the Good Level of Development (GLD) measure.
Greenfield School Headmistress, Tania Botting, organised the IAPS Heads’ Conference in her role as Vice-Chairman 17/18. This important role sees the Headmistress put Woking firmly on the educational map.