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.

Arts Week at Barfield School Is a Resounding Success

On many occasions over the past 4 years, pupils at Barfield School in Farnham have commemorated the centenary of The Great War, including some very poignant poppy displays on Remembrance Day.

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!

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.

Sign2Sing - Transforming the Lives of Deaf People

Children from Finton House joined those from Oak Lodge School and Sellincourt Primary School, in raising their voices (and funds) for sign2sing this week.

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.

Pupils raise funds for Himalayan children

Taunton School International Middle School (TSIMS) pupils have raised more than £4,000 to fund a 6-year-old Himalayan boy’s education and repairs to a village school.

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.

Children from Hearts House with Mrs Susan Edwards and Mr Lewis (Head of Hearts House)

Fundraising for Surrey Wildlife Trust

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.

New Headmaster for Kitebrook Preparatory School

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.

If you're happy and you know it wash your hands

With news of the flu being a hot topic right now, Hallfield School in Edgbaston put on a special assembly teaching youngsters all about germs and the importance of hygiene.

Great Moor Park Shave Off

Children pledge money to vote for staff beard shave off in aid of local charity The Harry Johnson Trust

The teddies took pride of place in reception

Paw-some effort for Help for Heroes

Rendcomb College Junior School have been commended for their contribution to the Help for Heroes Teddy Bear Appeal last term.

Ursuline Preparatory School welcome their new Chaplain

Ursuline Preparatory School are thrilled to welcome their new Chaplain, Mrs Eileen Groenen, who brings a wealth of experience with over 40 years of involvement in Catholic school education.

Culford Reception class plant oak tree in School grounds

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.

Five-year-old set to donate hair to cancer charity

Five-year old Culford Pre-Prep pupil, Annabella Ellis, has cut off 12 inches of hair to donate to charity.

Striding out to Walk With The Wounded

Hanford girls, staff, friends and family walked a staggering 10K to raise over £3k for charity.

The Dragon Christmas Sale 2017

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.

A feast of fun and fundraising raises a further sum of £454 for Scotty’s Little

Scotty’s Little Soldiers is a charity dedicated to supporting children & young people who have lost a parent whilst serving in the British Armed Forces.

Churcher’s College Junior School raises £1235 for The Kings Arms charity

Today in a special Christmas assembly School Council pupils presented Mandy May from The Kings Arms charity a cheque for £1235.

Infants perform A Miracle in Town

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. 

Norwich School pupils with Norwich Food Bank voluntters

Norwich School produces over 25 days worth of food for Reverse Advent Calendar

Norwich Lower School pupils collected produce over 25 days as part of a Reverse Advent Calendar.

Ursuline Prep girls sing Christmas carols in the Community

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

Sensational Science at Norwich Lower School

Norwich School launch Sensational Science for primary schools across Norwich

Norwich Lower School 'Sensational Science' sessions for primary schools across Norwich was launched in November.

The Nativity at Hornsby House School

Camel visited Hornsby House School today

Dean Close Prep School dare to be different with their Christmas production

Pupils from Dean Close Preparatory School deliver an outstanding performance of the challenging musical by Stiles and Drew, Honk!

Christingle at The Chorister School

3rd Form pupils at The Chorister School have enjoyed Christingle this morning!