Pupils enjoyed a magical day when full-time Gloucestershire-based illusionist and member of the Magic Circle, Richard Parsons, spent a day demonstrating his impressive sleight of hand and close-up ‘magic’.
Flight Lieutenant, Kerry Bennett spent an afternoon inspiring children when she came to School to talk about her journey to become an RAF Pilot and the challenges she faced on the BBC Two television series: ‘Astronauts: Do you have what takes?’
Pupils at Crackley Hall School were delighted to meet new children's author Samuel Langley-Swain when he visited the school to talk about story writing and being an author, and to read them his new Christmas story Santa's Wish.
Ever wondered what it is like to ski with one pole or without use of all your limbs or even without sight? Parasnowsport athlete and Blue Coat Old Scholar, Molly Griffith, shared her inspirational journey in sport with pupils.
Pupils in Years 1 & 2 at Grace Dieu Manor School have, literally, set fire to their imagination! They recreated Pudding Lane by making Tudor houses and the infamous bakery where the Great Fire of London started.
This term pupils in Year 2 at The Hawthorns School in Bletchingley have been learning about ‘The Great Fire of London’ and were excited to welcome fire-fighters from Surrey Fire and Rescue Service earlier this week.
Award winning author, Dan Smith, Northcote Lodge's new patron of reading inspired us with tales of his exciting childhood in faraway places and will encourage boys to read and write their own tales of adventure over the year ahead
Churcher’s College Junior School pupils were enthralled by a day of workshops lead by the dynamic Rob Hughes from Learning Performance. The children considered how they learn and how they could improve their study skills.