Barrow Hills School opened its doors to the public for guided tours of the historic building and grounds on Saturday 9th September for the third consecutive year, as part of the celebrations associated with the national Heritage Open Days initiative,
Back at the start of the summer, The Paragon School's Year 6 visually impaired pupil, Hester took on a huge fundraising challenge to attempt 100 sports in 100 days to raise funds to support her VI ski racing team, the Outspan Rebels.
Highfield Prep School welcomed Children of Hope Director, Juliet Burd to school recently as the community came together to celebrate the pupils’ successes during the academic year at its annual Speech Day.
The Friends of Hazlegrove were keen that the Hazlegroovy Ball celebrating 70 years of Hazlegrove should support a local charity. They managed to raise over £32,000 for PROMISEworks, a hugely worthwhile charity which mentors young people in the area.
It’s been an action packed year for the pupils of Tockington Manor School who celebrated the school’s 70th birthday this year, founded in 1947 the school was originally set up as a boarding school to serve military families.
Prior Park Prep School held a special 1940s themed ball this month for parents, pupils and staff, to mark the seventy academic years since it opened. The food, the clothes, the cars, the decor and the dancing were all on the theme and much fun.
Maggie Alphonsi MBE, the face of international women’s rugby, who represented her country an impressive 74 times and helped England win a record breaking seven consecutive Six Nations crowns, was guest speaker at Barrow Hills’ annual Prize Giving.
Each year the Moor Park student council have a chosen charity. This year the students chose to raise money for St. Michaels Hospice in Hereford, a local charity providing palliative care for patients and support for families.
On Tuesday 13th June, Miss Stanbridge, Kinvara (Year 8), Georgie (Year 7) and Emma (Year 6) bravely took part in a charity haircut (cutting off at least 7 inches!) in aid of the inspirational charity, The Little Princess Trust.
Terrington Hall School’s Headmaster Stephen Mulryne pulled on his walking boots and walked 188 miles from Terrington St Clements, Norfolk to Terrington, North Yorkshire to raise more than £4000 for the school’s all-weather sports facility.
On Wednesday we welcomed choristers from eight foundations in the Western Region of the Choir Schools Association together with a choir from St Peter’s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton for a sports afternoon.
The E Factor, Eagle House's very own talent show, took to the stage at the weekend. Showcasing 25 acts and playing to an audience of 500 the show raised £5000 for robbiesrally, Chemogiftbags, The Crowthorne Food Bank and Treloar's School.
Hundreds of children, parents and grandparents came together at Westbourne House School Pre-Prep, Chichester, West Sussex, to enjoy a raft of water-themed activities, including canoeing on the school’s lake.
Barrow Hills School is celebrating raising £2,458 for local charities via the School’s annual Lent Appeal which saw all the children from Nursery through to Year 8 participate in an imaginative range of fund-raising activities.