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!
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.
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.
The children at St. Andrew’s have been busy raising money for their chosen House charities this term and were honoured to welcome Susan Edwards, Surrey Wildlife Trust’s Education and Engagement Manager, to receive a cheque for £450.00.
Mr Cameron Millett, a year 4 pupil from Kitebrook Preparatory School has acted as 'Head for the Day' at the school. Mr Millet, 8 years old, was interviewed by Kitebrook's BBC Young Reporters and will also appear on Cotswold TV.
The new Reception class at Culford Pre-Prep planted a tree in the grounds this term to mark the start of their Culford journey. Parents, family and friends were invited to watch the occasion and a plaque commemorated the new class’ first day at school.
On Saturday 16th December, the 74th Dragon Christmas Charity Sale, was as remarkable and memorable as ever. This event, which typically raises around £100,000 for children's charities, is a wonderful expression of the Dragon value of kindness.
The Infant Department of Churcher’s College Junior School performed their Nativity ‘A Miracle in Town!’ to a packed Studio of parents, grandparents, family, friends, Head of Junior School, Headmaster and Governors.
The Ursuline Preparatory School Chamber Choir has been out in the community over the last couple of weeks bringing Christmas cheer to the public. Their first appearance was in support of Wimbledon Village Business Association’s festive fun on Sunday