Vinehall Juniors and Pre Prep come together for a

The Juniors and all of Pre-Prep came together for a ‘Spotacular Ramble’ around the school grounds in aid of Children in Need.

Hazlegrove pupils design and make their own poppies for Remembrance

Remembrance Day is always a significant event in the Hazlegrove calendar. In the lead up to this year's service, pupils were busy making ceramic poppies, designing and creating poppies in Design and Technology and handling artefacts from WW1.

Raising Money for Charity

Children at Belmont Raise over £3,000 for Charity.

Dean Close Preparatory School Remembrance Service

Friday 10th November, Dean Close Preparatory School alongside family and friends came together for a moving service to commemorate those who gave their lives for their country in war.

Pupils create a 'Playground Pudsey'

Friday 17th November, dressed in their very best spots, the whole of Dean Close Pre-Preparatory School gathered on the playground to create their very own 'Playground Pudsey'.

Dragons Raise £3,000 for Rhinos

Year 6 at Dragon School, Oxford, achieved something extraordinary on Tuesday 14 November. In one hour they swam the length of the English Channel, 1,416 lengths of the pool, to raise funds to airlift rhinos to safety.

Bede’s pupil named Sussex Fundraiser of the Year

Ben Sherlock, aged 11 has won Fundraiser of the Year at the Child of Sussex Awards 2017.

Vinehall's Winter fair proves to be a huge draw for visitors

Saturday was the biannual Winter Fair at Vinehall.  This event is open to the public and we were delighted to see so many visitors to the school.

CCJS help open Beaton’s Tea Rooms in Petersfield

Volunteers from Years 5 & 6 came to the rescue for a local charity event, who had a last minute shortage of singers.

Davenies School charity fundraising inspired by wanting to help others

The boys from Davenies School were delighted to learn all about Sparks Children’s Medical Research in assembly this week. Thomas Hilditch, Head Boy and Reuben Logan, Year 8, presented Catherine Sykes from Sparks with a cheque for an impressive £9,00

Barfield School Charity Day Raises over £2,750

Barfield School in Farnham joined the Cothill Educational Trust in 2016. As part of the Trust’s charitable efforts, each of the 6 UK-based schools will host its own Charity Day at some time during this academic year.

Over £9,000 raised for Aspire charity by Taunton School fundraisers

Taunton School handed over a cheque worth a huge £9,802 to the spinal charity Aspire on Monday after months of fundraising for an epic 3 mile swim across the Solent.

Bonfire and Fireworks Party

On Friday 10th November, The Downs Malvern hosted their annual Bonfire and Fireworks Party!

Wreath laying in the Garden of Remembrance

A World War 1 letter is unearthed from the school's Choristers' archives

Choristers at Reigate St Mary's Prep and Choir School were fascinated to unearth from their archives a letter written by a chorister in 1915 who was on his way to the Western Front. The discovery added poignancy to their Remembrance Day Service

Barfield School Remembers

Each year, pupils and staff at Barfield School in Farnham celebrate Remembrance Day with a special assembly with each child contributing to a display which serves as a visual reminder of the significance of the day.

Pupils gather under the giant red poppy which has graced the main building at Westbourne House School since 2014 to express its commitment to the Roya

Remembrance Day at Westbourne House

Remembrance Day at Westbourne House School, Chichester, was particularly poignant, as it was held under the giant steel poppy which has graced the main house since 2014 in support of the Royal British Legion’s ’14-18 Legacy’.

Belmont Grosvenor School hand over £10,000 to Harrogate hospital charity

Staff, pupils and parents raise money to help improve the lives of young children in Harrogate District Hospital

School children volunteer at local refugee aid charity

A group of Year 7 children from Taunton Preparatory School have been lending a hand at local charity RAFT (Refugee Aid From Taunton) by sorting clothing and packing boxes ready for shipping to those in need.

Raising money for CAFOD

Grace Dieu are delighted to have raised £232 for CAFOD by holding a home clothes day.

Taunton School appears on town’s Monopoly game

The eagerly awaited Taunton Monopoly game has was launched on Thursday, 19th October and Taunton School has an iconic place on the unique edition.

King’s Ely Junior raises thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK

Fantastic fundraisers at King’s Ely Junior (KEJ) have raised almost £18,000 for Cancer Research UK.

Mud and Glory for Pupils and Staff at the Swanbourne Endeavour

On Sunday 22nd October a group of very determined pupils, parents and staff took part in the annual Swanbourne Endeavour to raise money for charity.

Aashni was inspired to raise money for The Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity after supporting The Big Sleuth project in school.

Kind-hearted birthday girl thinks of others before herself

Do you know a child that is willing to give up his or her birthday presents? One kind-hearted Birmingham pupil did just that. On her 6th birthday she asked her friends to donate money to charity instead of buying her a present.

Local Charity Says 'Thank You' to Hoe Bridge School

Pupils at Hoe Bridge School have spent the last year raising money for charity and they have presented a cheque for £10,000 to the Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People at a special assembly attended by nearly 550 people.

From Patch to Altar for Harvest Mass

Grace Dieu pupils were, today, able to place vegetables they have planted, tended and picked onto the altar at the School’s Harvest Mass.

Parkside School raised in aid of 'Send a Cow Appeal'

Parkside School celebrated Harvest Festival in their Prep School last week. All donations by the boys were in aid of Send a Cow Appeal which raised just over £700 which will make a life changing difference to a community in Uganda.

Walking Hadrian's Wall for the Dusky Yak Foundation

Seven Boys from Caldicott School hiked Hadrian's Wall for charity raising £7000 for the Dusty Yak Foundation in Nepal.

The Downs Malvern goes green for Macmillan

On Friday 29th September, children and staff at The Downs Malvern took part in the annual 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning' in support of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Children sleep on hard floors overnight to raise money for Hurricane Irma victims.

Pupils at Edge Grove ‘Evacuate’ for Hurricane Relief - Edge Grove

Parents Before and After

On the morning of Saturday, 23rd September, 2017, two contrasting events for parents were held at the Dragon, but each said much about the spirit of the Dragon Community.

Young Malvern 4K Charity Run

Many congratulations and thanks to fourteen of our pupils who participated in the ‘Young Malvern 4K’ Charity Run on Sunday 24th at Malvern College in support of Citizens Advice.

Ben Buckton Crossing Canada

Beechwood Park Music Teacher Cycles across Canada for charity

A hero’s welcome awaited Ben Buckton, violin and ukulele teacher at Beechwood Park School at the start of this term. Mr Buckton had just returned from a bicycle journey like no other - cycling solo across Canada from west to east.

Happy 47th birthday to Unicorn School

Unicorn School celebrates it's 47th birthday this week with a huge rainbow of fresh fruit!

Special assembly celebrates fundraising success at Dulwich Prep Cranbrook

The Friends of Dulwich Prep Cranbrook have been busy fundraising for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance with amazing results

Healthier and Happier Together

In the second annual 'Better Together' Day at Moor Park, pupils were grouped together so that every age had the opportunity to work together while learning about the theme of 'Health & Happiness'.