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.
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
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.
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.
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
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.