Three hundred and forty five children took part in Farleigh School's inaugural Arts Week. From Year 6's musical, Peter Pan, to the Art Scholars' Exhibition and musical performances galore, it was a true celebration of the children's talents.
This year’s spectacular summer production took place on Thursday 4 July at Leamington’s Spa Centre. It was a whistle-stop tour through three magical, much loved, musical classics; The Wizard Of Oz, The Little Mermaid and My Fair Lady.
Hazlegrove Year 8 pupils finished their time at the Prep School in tremendous style as they put on a production from scratch in just nine days. The production was based on the books of Charles Dickins combined with music from the 1960’s.
Ursuline Prep School Years 5 & 6 took their fellow pupils and parents into a fun-filled, humorous, fantasy adventure, as they performed John Houghton’s ‘Hagbane’s Doom’ adapted by Starshine Music for school productions.
The Summer Concert was a triumph and a wonderful farewell tribute to retiring Head, Mrs Lynch. Performances were given by the school's orchestra (with over 115 players), string and wind ensembles and the school choirs.
On Wednesday 16 May Crackley Hall opened its doors for its very first Art Exhibition. Pupils from across the school, from Nursery up to Junior 6 revealed their amazing creative talents to stunned parents, friends and teachers.
Woodford Green Prep School is delighted to announce that Erin Ruggles (age 5) design for the Radio Times Royal Wedding poster competition was included in a shortlist of 20 published in this week’s edition of the Radio Times.
Parents, staff, children and visitors were bowled over by the range and quality of artwork on display at Broomwood Hall's first ever whole-school art show which showcased work from each of the 661 children from both the Lower and Upper schools.
The Senior Chamber Choir of Sedbergh Prep School toured the colleges and historic sites of Oxford University and Blenheim Palace last weekend, performing two concerts of Sacred and Secular works to appreciative audiences.