Ely Cathedral Choristers have come together – virtually – to record two wonderful lockdown songs.
Kitebrook Preparatory School pupil Molly J. has had her theatre script chosen to be recorded by a team of professional actors and shared with audiences across Oxfordshire as part of a competition.
Maia Tollerton, a Year 9 student at St Mary’s School, Cambridge, is thrilled that her artwork has been chosen from over 17,000 entries to be exhibited online at this year’s Royal Academy’s Young Artists’ Summer Show.
A Kitebrook Preparatory School pupil is the voice of a cartoon character called Lucy in the Hidden Cheltenham Trail, which guides visitors to the town through local points of interest and aims to raise the profile of local businesses.
Bromsgrove School won 'Best Magazine' at the prestigious Shine School Media Awards, a national competition that rewards the talent of senior school pupils who work on the editorial and design of a school magazine, newspaper, podcast or website.
Talented Fashion and Textiles students from King’s Ely are celebrating success in two competitions. Two students have been highly commended in the Young Fashion Designer UK contest and selected to exhibit designs in the Young Norfolk Arts Festival.
Musicians from King’s Ely have joined forces (virtually) to record a song in honour of the work being carried out by NHS and frontline workers. Around 60 pupils feature in the recording of ‘Like A Rainbow Shining’.
A talented virtual choir from Winterfold School, Worcestershire has produced an excellent rendition of Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds to convey a positive message and bring the School community together during lockdown.
St Cedd’s School has scooped the ‘Most Innovative School’ title in the 2020 Juniper Book Awards for its creative library display and environmental activities inspired by Sita Brahmachari’s book 'Where the River Runs Gold'.
On 11 March pupils in Year 5 at St Mary’s School, Cambridge were lucky enough to attend a book talk by author and TV presenter Dermot O'Leary at Storey’s Field Centre in Cambridge.
Pupils from Loughborough Schools Foundation have wowed more than 1,400 spectators in a week of sold out performances of the West End classic, Les Misérables.