A team of six girls from Badminton School in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, have been announced by Peter Jones CBE as the winners of the nationwide Tycoon £1k Enterprise Competition, as well as Overall Winners of the whole competition.
One of University College School's Young Enterprise teams has won the Best Customer Service Award at Young Enterprise Awards. UniforMe, a platform used for the sale of second-hand school uniform, scooped the prize after a strong video presentation.
Henry Bertram, a Maths teacher at St Mary’s School, Cambridge, has enabled students to have access to a calming diversion during the lockdown: his 'tortoise cam', featuring his pet tortoise, Pythagoras (or 'Pythag' for short).
St Andrew’s Prep offers a regular Virtual Live Story Time slot to its younger pupils during the Easter holidays.
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This year World Book Day was on Thursday 5 March, but here at Maltman’s Green we celebrate Book Week – a whole week of fun activities to inspire our girls with a love of reading.
Pupils enjoyed the parade, meeting author Tamsin Cooke, exploring Minecraft Book Realms, guessing their teachers’ favourite books, looking at classroom doors decorated as book covers, choosing books at the book fair, and more!
Pupils at Witham Hall School celebrated the wonderful world of books for World Book Day by dressing up as their favourite characters, writing stories, and sharing books in mixed age groups in the library.
Over 80 budding bakers participated in this year’s Surrey Schools’ Baking Challenge heats with 18 children reaching the grand final hosted by Claremont Fan Court School on Tuesday 3 March.
This year, the annual PCC Pride Awards included a six year old girl from Hazlegrove who showed extraordinary courage and quick thinking when her mother fell ill at the wheel.