Supporting Exeter Foodbank

A charity Concert by Exeter Cathedral School has more than £2,870 for the Exeter Foodbank.

Holme Grange Young Entrepreneurs raise money for charity!

Stress balls with an unusual design helped turn Holme Grange pupils into entrepreneurs.

Opera singers fly in to perform at Grace Dieu Manor School !

Three tenors flew in from the Rome Opera House to perform a concert of famous Opera and Neapolitan songs for a ‘Night at the Opera’ event at Grace Dieu Manor School in Thringstone.

Crescent School Raises £1,685 To Sponsor Guide Dog Puppy

Pupils at Crescent School meet guide dogs after raising £1,685 for the Guide Dogs for the Blind charity

Easter Arrives Early for Early Years Department

The sun was shining at last as Maltman’s Green Early Years Department enjoyed their fun Easter Event on Thursday 22 March.

Community orchard planted at Taunton Preparatory School

A group of ‘Eco Leader’ pupils from Taunton Preparatory School have planted an orchard of apple trees on the school grounds so they can bottle their own apple juice in the future.

Man's best friend inspires magic five pound challenge

Pupils at The Blue Coat School, Birmingham, have raised a truly magical amount for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.  The boys in St. George's House were given £5 each and challenged to make a profit for charity.

How School Councils are Making the World a Better Place

School Council representatives visit a local care home to entertain the residents

St Margaret's Prep, Calne 'Speak Out, Stay Safe'

St Margaret's Prep has joined forces with the NSPCC to make sure its pupils are well equipped to keep themselves safe.

Record sales made by Junior School entrepreneurs

Exeter Junior School pupils are celebrating a record year of fundraising for good causes through the Virgin Money ‘Make your £5 Grow’ scheme raising over £2,000 for Sport Relief, Cancer Research UK, Dementia UK and The Mardon Centre, Exeter

Pupils invited to celebratory concert for their contribution to charity.

Year 7 pupils were invited to the WE Day celebratory concert at Wembley Arena on Wednesday 7th March as a reward for their outstanding fundraising efforts for the international charity WE.

Hallfield School raise cash for Birmingham Children’s Hospital

On Monday 5 March, Hallfield School raised £150 with a book sale for Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s educational work with children who remain in hospital for extended periods of time.

A Daily Display of Inspirational Women at Highfield Prep School, Maidenhead

In celebration of International Women’s Day this week, Highfield Preparatory School in Maidenhead unveiled its ‘Be what you want to be’ mural on Tuesday 6th March to celebrate 100 years of education in Maidenhead.

left to right Class III pupil, Michael Mercer, and Headmaster, Joe Thackway

Crescent Pupils Have ‘Wheely’ Good Fun For Charity

Friday 16 February saw Crescent pupils having a completely different playground experience when they took on the Wheelpower Relay Challenge.

The Evolving BAT Partnership

In 2013 Dragon School became lead sponsor of the Blackbird Academy Trust, developing a close and active relationship with three primary schools in the Blackbird Leys area of Oxford: Windale, Pegasus and Orchard Meadow.

The future leaders of business are at Kitebrook Preparatory School!

Kitebrook Preparatory School hosted Young Enterprise Week running a variety of businesses with profits going to several charities chosen by the children. The children raised nearly £2000 profit which will be divided up amongst their chosen charities

Moiya's Welly Walk

5 year old All Hallows' pupil leads Welly Walk to raise money for the homeless

A young girl from Reception class was inspired to raise money for the homeless following a trip to Bath.

School House Charity day exceeds expectations

Pupils at Taunton Preparatory School recently held a charity day in aid of Brain Tumour Charity, The James Willets Fund, raising an impressive £578.

A little bit of magic in the playground

The Paragon School playground has a new piece of fairytale magic in the form of an Owl & the Pussycat wood sculpture; an homage to Edward Lear.

Long jumper Ezekiel leads the girls in a sponsored challenge

Heatherton rise to the challenge

The pupils at Heatherton girls’ school in Amersham were proud to take part for the first time in the national Sports for Champions initiative, which invites an experienced athlete in to speak to the school and lead them in a sponsored challenge.

Lizzie's BIG haircut

Lizzie, a Year 6 pupil at The Paragon School in Bath, has raised over £1750 in sponsorship money by having her hair cut and helped others have a new hair piece.

Pyjama Day and Cake Sale raises over £500 for Kapumpe Primary School

On Friday 9 February, the children in Years 3 and 4 of The Manor Preparatory School in Abingdon set about selling cakes to raise money for Kapumpe Primary School in Zambia. But this was no ordinary cake sale, it was all done in… pyjamas!

Caldicott wins Food for Life Award

The provision of high quality food for both boys and staff has long been a priority for Caldicott. Recently the school was awarded the Silver Food for Life Served Here award from the Soil Association in recognition of this provision.

Sister Dorothy

Ursuline Preparatory School goes ‘Back in Time’ to raise money for Age UK Merton

It was a special end to the first half of the Lent Term at Ursuline Preparatory School today. The day was dedicated to raising money for the chosen charity of the term, Age UK Merton.

Headmaster Edward Balfour congratulations Sophie on her fund raising initiative

Home-baked 'Doggy Delights' Raise Money for Dog Rescue Charity

Congratulations to Sophie in 6CH, owner of puppy Holly, who was inspired to raise money for local charity Glendee Dog Rescue by baking and selling homemade dog biscuits.

New school Chef set to transform pupil's eating habits

Hallfield School have taken on a new Chef Manager in a bid to transform eating habits.

1939 letter discovered at Sompting Abbotts opens pupils' eyes to WW2 realities

Children at Sompting Abbotts' Preparatory School have been fascinated by the unearthing of an old wartime letter to a past pupil from under the floorboards of a dormitory. Now the school has traced its original owner across the world to Australia.

Generations Unite for RSPB Bird Watching Event

Year 1 and 2 pupils from The Kingsley School visited the Priors House Care Home in Old Milverton, Leamington Spa, to participate in a number of intergenerational activities as part of the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch event.

Form 4 Cake Sale raises record total over £500

Form 4 hosted their annual Cake Sale on Friday and raised a record total of £515.20, in aid of their Year Group charity, Riding for the Disabled.

The Froebelian School Raises £1000s for Charity

The whole school community has worked together, hosting charity events and sales for The Royal British Legion Horsforth Branch, St Gemma’s Hospice and The Lighthouse Futures Trust.

Taunton Prep School children hold jumble sale to help refugees

Taunton Preparatory School children have donated over £330 to local charity RAFT (Refugee Aid from Taunton), after holding a jumble sale.

WGS pupils thrilled to present cheque for £1208 to Scotty's Little Soldiers

Wisbech Grammar School pupils were thrilled to present a cheque for £1208 to Tammy Green from Scotty’s Little Soldiers at a special assembly on Monday 29 January 2018.

Sompting Abbotts' pupils bridge intergenerational gap with music and song

Children from West Sussex independent school Sompting Abbotts had elderly residents of a Worthing care home beaming and clapping, following a special performance of numbers from popular musicals such as the Sound of Music, Oliver and Les Misérables.

Going Bald for Arthritis

Year 8 pupil Felix from Moor Park, very bravely had his head shaved in front of the entire school in aid of Arthritis Research UK.