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.
Aldwickbury School has announced the appointment of a new Headmaster, Paul Symes. The appointment follows the retirement of Headmaster Vernon Hales, who will be leaving the position at the end of the academic year.
Moreton Hall Prep, in Shropshire, is delighted to announce that John Bond has been appointed as the new Head of the prestigious Prep school near Oswestry. John takes up his post in April 2021 during the school’s 20th anniversary year.
Pupils at University College School were delighted to learn that construction work on the new Sixth Form Centre is ahead of schedule and that the building will be ready for use shortly after the Christmas holidays.
John Mould joins St Joseph's In The Park to head up the Forest School. He believes learning in the great outdoors reaps huge rewards for children and that they learn through discovery, exploration and curiosity.
Unicorn School was founded in Kew 50 years ago by a group of local, pioneering parents and teachers who wanted to create a school that offered a rounded education, encouraged children to flourish creatively and enjoy the process of learning.
Elstree’s move to becoming fully co-educational this September has been a resounding success, with a total of 31 girls in the whole school, including 14 in the Prep.
William Austen joins Witham Hall School as Headmaster for the start of the academic year, having previously held the position of Deputy Headmaster at Ludgrove School.