Speakers & Visitors
TV Chef Antony Worrell Thompson visited Holme Grange School to open the school farm in its new location.
Wednesday 10th October 2018, Dean Close Pre-Preparatory School pupils met the decorated Olympic Cyclist, Sir Christopher Hoy, MBE at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.
St. Andrew’s School Woking celebrated National Poetry Day (4th October) with a visit from a renowned poet, Paul Mortimer.
2018 Winter Olympian Toby Olubi took time out of his bobsleigh training for a visit to Kitebrook Preparatory pupils in Moreton-in-Marsh.
Pupils of West Buckland Preparatory School were thrilled when Somerset and England cricketing twins Craig and Jamie Overton, returned to their former school accompanied by Chairman of the North Devon Youth Cricket Association earlier this week.
Boys at The Beacon prep school in Amersham enjoyed an enlightening Keep Yourself Safe Day earlier this week, with a packed timetable of activities, talks and workshops all focused around safeguarding and the NSPCC’s Speak Out, Stay Safe campaign.
As one of the main supporters of the Cranbrook Literature Festival, Dulwich Prep Cranbrook were delighted to host an event with Davina McCall based around healthy eating.
Dulwich Prep Cranbrook were delighted to welcome author and illustrator Jonny Duddle to school as part of the Cranbrook Literature Festival.
Girls at Maltman’s Green had a very special visitor this week, Kate Pankhurst – children’s book author and illustrator best known for her books 'Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World' and 'Fantastically Great Women Who Made History'.
A new library has been opened at All Hallows opening up a brilliant new world of reading and teaching resource for pupils and teachers alike.