Pupils from Bromley High Junior School attended a showcase event at the British Film Institute in London last month, for a private screening of their film which was a finalist in the primary category of the 2019 Childnet Film Competition.
The Fettes Prep Choir tour was an incredible performance opportunity for 43 excited singers and 6 teachers who boarded the plane to Bordeaux on 1st July.
The boys had a memorable day at the annual Music for Youth National Festival in Birmingham.
Thirty-two pupils from Taunton School have successfully passed their Royal Academy of Dance ballet exams this year.
Class VI brought the classic tale of the ugly duckling to life in their end-of-year school production. Since it first hatched in 1993, Stiles & Drewe’s musical has charmed audiences with its heart-warming story, sparkling wit and memorable score.
On Monday 1 July Heatherton hosted their first ever celebratory evening at The Elgiva. This was an opportunity for the Prep Girls to celebrate the school year. Singing, dancing, speeches, music and poetry recitals - it was a fantastic evening.
The Kingsley Preparatory School celebrated ‘the circle of life’ in an energetic, imaginative and exciting production of Disney’s ‘The Lion King’.
Magical. Mysterious. Memorable. The Year 6 play transported its audiences to C S Lewis's Narnia - a land where apparently 'eternal' winter is eventually melted by Aslan's sacrifice.
Year 7 (Prep 2) leavers at Bancroft’s Prep School entertained packed houses with a fantastic and powerful version of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book adapted by Tracey Power.
A group from St Joseph’s In The Park were delighted when celebrity actor Simon Pegg chose them to win the Readers’ Theatre Competition at the recent STAHS Children’s Book Festival and presented their prizes.
Exeter Junior School pupils have been shadowing the celebrated the UK's oldest and most prestigious children's book award, the Kate Greenaway Medal, which recognises outstanding writing and illustration in children’s literature.