Rendcomb College Parents’ Association have come up with the great initiative to give every child at the school a reusable water bottle after the College’s Eco Committee recently proposed that plastic bottles should no longer be used at the school.
Walk to School week is an annual recurrence at Broomwood Hall and an opportunity to remind children of the benefits of walking to school. A small step to an overall healthier day in the classroom.
This term the children in Reception at Warwick Prep focus on Skills for Life during show and tell.
The drive to become Zero to Landfill is the culmination of a pupil-led Eco Team project spanning several years, focused on the responsible disposal of waste at the School.
Spratton Hall School demonstrated their green credentials on Friday when they appeared on BBC 1’s Look East programme, as part of a feature about environmental responsibility. The children and Headmaster were interviewed by BBC journalist Theo Chikom
Last Thursday, pupils at the Prep School welcomed Sean from ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ to the Association Hall to speak about racism and what it means.
One Caldicott pupil has developed an idea that will encourage people to read and travel as well as donate money to charity at the same time.
On Thursday 30th January, students from Holme Grange School listened to testimony from Holocaust survivor, Hana Kleiner, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).
Great Ballard, a local independent school just 10 minutes from Chichester, has recently launched a ‘Wellbeing Hub’ at Draper’s Yard. They are a pioneering school for the iSpace and iWonder Wellbeing programmes.
Kingshott has been actively involved in tree planting and supporting the work of the Woodland Trust for a number of years and has been awarded their Gold award.
Children at Barrow Hills School in Witley were learning about Parkinson's last week. The awareness week was organised by the Head’s wife, Mrs Niki Oldroyd, who was diagnosed with the condition at the age of 25 in 1992.