St Benedict's choristers tour Hungary

The St Benedict’s choristers of Ealing Abbey Choir went on tour to Hungary, singing in some of Budapest’s finest churches, and in the Basilica of Ezstergom – Hungary’s largest church.

Sedbergh Prep Choir Aims High

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.

Brothers hit the high notes!

Double piano success for two brothers at Homefield Prep School

Wall display in Junior Dept

Why we think Music is such a good idea

Music is at the heart of a week of themed activities based on 'Carnival of the Animals' by Saint-Saens.

Emma, 'a little maid'

Perfecting Ballet to Bring a Smile to Her Audience

A pupil at The Ursuline Preparatory School has been delighting audiences with parts in a ballet based on Oscar Wilde's 'The Canterville Ghost’ at the Peacock Theatre, London.

Romeo and Juliet - Bollywood Style, at Foremarke Hall

An unusual approach has been taken to one of the world’s best-known plays by a school drama department. A cast of mainly 12 and 13-year-olds have rehearsed for months to perfect a performance of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet – Bollywood style!

National Music Success at Foremarke Hall

Musicians Prove They Are Among Nation's Best

Five pupils from Foremarke Hall have been awarded places in national musical organisations and a further two have gained places in Associate Regional Orchestras after demonstrating their outstanding abilities at audition.

Speech and Drama success at the Mid-Somerset Festival

Our Speech and Drama pupils went to Bath in March to perform at the Mid-Somerset Festival, a competition where each pupil individually performs alongside others from different schools in the same year group.

A symphony of sound at Crackley Hall School's Junior Orchestral Day

Crackley Hall School visited fellow Foundation junior school, Crescent School for a day dedicated to all things orchestral. It was a second chance for the young virtuosos to work together.

Year 4 star in Porridge.

Churcher's College Junior School Year Four performed their play ‘Porridge’, a musical drama based on characters from nursery rhymes and fairy tales. 

Springboard success for LAMDA students at Brighton and Hove Prep

BHP pupils achieved six 1st places, eight 2nd places and fifteen 3rd places, amongst some very tough competition at the Springboard Brighton and Hove Performing Arts Festival.

Children from five Monmouth schools line the stage for Friday Afternoons’ concert of songs and music at The Blake Theatre.

Children join forces to raise roof in spectacular concert

A singing project involving children from five schools has been declared an overwhelming success.

Return to the Forbidden Planet

Belmont pupils from Year 5-8 performed the jukebox musical “Return to the Forbidden Planet” to rave reviews.

Pupils' artwork to go on display in the National Gallery

Pupils from The Paragon School are to have their work featured in the National Gallery this summer after taking part in the Take One Picture Exhibition.

Chinthurst celebrates another fantastic set of LAMDA Drama exam results

Drama and Performing Arts play an important part in the personal development of all children at Chinthurst. This has been reflected in another outstanding set of LAMDA Drama exam results.

Pro-Corda National Finals accolade for Clayesmore Chamber Music Group

Clayesmore Prep is delighted to announce that our Chamber Music Group were awarded the Founder's Trophy in this year's national Pro Corda competition.

BCS Young Musician of the Year 2018

What an honour it was to have British Classical Violist, Mr Philip Dukes, return to his former prep school to adjudicate this year’s Blue Coat School Young Musician of the Year.

National Youth Music Theatre beckons for King’s Ely Junior pupil Florence

King’s Ely Junior pupil Florence Nell has qualified for the National Youth Music Theatre (NYMT).

KHS Tails of Hamelin

Kingswood House School boys premiere 'Tails of Hamelin'

A new production by Chris Blackwood and Piers Chater-Robinson performed for the first time ever. KHS boys, under the direction of the Head of Music, Phillipa Watkins, performed the world premiere of a new production “Tails of Hamelin”.

Bromsgrove Preparatory School's Tales from The One Thousand and One Nights

On 6th, 7th and 8th February, Bromsgrove Preparatory School staged its first production on the stage of the School’s brand new Cobham Theatre. 

Young pupils at Winterfold enjoy Music Makers' Concert

On Thursday 8th February, pupils from Winterfold School in Chaddesley Corbett held their first Music Makers’ Concert which was a great opportunity for all children in Pre-Prep to showcase their musical talents.

'Much Ado about Nothing' or was it 'A Winter's Tale'?

Fifth and Sixth pupils battle through the snow for a performance at the Globe Theatre in London

Making art for charity

Exeter Junior School pupils are proud to contribute to Young Devon Art and raise money for charity in the process.

Beechwood Park's Cecily is St Albans Young Musician Competition Winner

Many congratulations to Cecily (6AG) whose bassoon playing won her 1st place in the Primary Wind category in the prestigious St Albans Young Musicians Competition, the finals of which took place in the stunning Nave of St Albans Cathedral yesterday.

'Alice, The Musical' comes to Holmwood House

Last week staff, parents and pupils alike were wowed by a spectacular performance of Alice, the Musical staged by Year 4 and Year 5 pupils at Holmwood House School.

Year 6 trip to Stratford

Year 6 travelled to Stratford-Upon-Avon to enjoy a two day visit to the home of the Bard.

Junior School Pupil Chosen For National Children’s Orchestra

Churcher's College Junior School pupil, Shoshana Yugin-Power, has been selected for the National Children’s Orchestra (NCO) 2018 to play the flute.

Anniversary concert raises funds for 125 appeal

The nationally renowned Fron Male Voice Choir joined current and former Packwood pupils for an evening of musical entertainment to celebrate the school's 125th anniversary

Year 5 production: Madagascar

The Redgrave Theatre was transformed into the exciting and colourful jungle for the Year 5 production, Madagascar. 

Chamber Choir Wins Oxford Music Festival

Chamber Choir took to the stage at Rye St Antony School in February to compete in the Oxford Music Festival.

Bede’s Prep Pupils sketching during their Art lesson at the beach

Bede’s Prep Pupils Enjoy Art Lesson on the Beach

On Thursday 18 January, Year 1 pupils at Bede’s Prep School took advantage of the sunny weather and ventured to the nearby Eastbourne beach for their Art lesson.

Pupil achieves distinction in Piano ABRSM Diploma, aged 12

Dean Close Preparatory School pupil, Michael Lei, age 12, gained a coveted distinction in his piano ABRSM diploma.

Singing workshops and live performances from world famous gospel choir transforms our choirs

London Community Gospel Choir share their vision of singing together - Cranmore School

The Battle of Waterloo - what might have been

A truly outstanding evening of entertainment from the Twickenham Prep Year 7 boys who performed brilliantly in a play co-written by our History and ICT teachers   

Clayesmore's U12 National Pro Corda Chamber Music Champions

Clayesmore's Musicians give a Pro Corda Performance

Clayesmore Prep School's Chamber Music Group took Clayesmore to an entirely new audience this week when they travelled to Leiston Abbey in Suffolk to give a concert at the head quarters of Pro Corda.