The Headmaster and teachers at St Joseph's In The Park adapted the Christmas celebrations so that children and parents could still enjoy the festive season despite Covid restrictions.
Two ECS families have continued their ECS Journey and come together (virtually!) to create their own version of Carol of the Bells for 2020 to bring a message of peace and hope at this special time of year.
Talented pupils at St Margaret's Prep, Calne were able to enjoy their moment in the spotlight despite Wiltshire’s biggest music and drama festival becoming a casualty of Covid.
This year’s Woking Music Festival looked a little different to usual, with video entries from children, hoping to be recognised for their creative talents. Greenfield School entered twenty-eight pupils across thirteen categories.
St Ives School in Haslemere has been holding an Art Exhibition inspired by the Amazon Rainforest to raise funds that will be shared between the school and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).
A dedicated young musician at Monmouth School for Boys has been accepted into the National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain. Harry Collett, aged 13, plays the Tenor Horn and is coached at school by Mr Ian Russell.
A Bedford School pupil has won BBC Young Chorister of the Year after wowing the judges with his stunning singing voice. Alexander Olleson appeared on BBC One on Sunday, impressing the judges having battled his way to the final a week before.
Children aged 2 to 13 at Sompting Abbotts Prep School have recorded a 16-track album of traditional Christmas carols to bring some festive joy to their parents who can't this year attend their usual Christmas Nativity and Carol Services.
A Bedford School pupil has sung his way to the grand final of BBC Young Chorister of the Year. Alexander Olleson, 14, impressed the judges at the semi-final, beating stiff competition on his way to the final, which will be shown on BBC One on Sunday.
2020 marked the third year of Kent College’s Headline Sponsorship. With a shared passion for musical and academic excellence, Kent College has helped the Festival to develop emerging artists and showcase the very best in performance.
‘All the world’s a stage’ especially for Brentwood School’s Fourth Year drama students taking part in tonight’s Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation’s world record-breaking night of theatre.
Witham Hall pupils had the great pleasure of taking part in the Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation’s 2020 Festival with their performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.