St Joseph's In The Park welcomed the Marquess of Salisbury as Guest of Honour to Prize Giving at the end of the summer term. The school celebrated its 120th Anniversary with the official opening of the new Parklands building.
St. Andrew’s School in Horsell, Woking was delighted to invite Belinda Kirk, to speak at their recent Prize Giving service. Belinda is a British explorer and entrepreneur but has talents and interests designed to inspire and motivate young people.
Children in Reception, Year 1 and 2 from Barrow Hills School recently enjoyed a wonderful interactive learning experience when illustrator and children’s author Andréa Prior visited the school to share her debut book.
A nine-year-old Northbourne Park School pupil's touching e-mail to a top children's author telling him how a book about his namesake had made him 'look forward to bedtime' has prompted the writer to make a personal visit to the school.
Leading Author Rebecca Fleet has told St Ives pupils the story of how she went from an idea for a book to striking a major new international book deal with publishers Penguin and given them some writing tips.
A visiting historian joined Year 6 pupils as they learned about the slave trade for their ‘Moving People’ classroom topic during Humanities Day. The historian brought the topic to life through stories, costumes and items from that time.
Pupils were thrilled to welcome Matthew from the ‘Falconry Display’ team to School for the morning, bringing some talented feathery friends: an Indian Eagle Owl, a Harris Hawk, a Kestrel and a Lanner Falcon!
Pupils in Year 1 turned their hand at weather presenting with ITV Meridian's Holly Green. The girls had their classroom turned into a studio and presented their own weather forecasts in front of a green screen.
Bedford Prep School Year 7 boys were transported back to the time of the English Civil Wars on Tuesday 13 March, when Kevin Hicks of The History Squad joined them for a series of entertaining and educational sessions to investigate this exciting period of history.
Award-winning writer Alex Preston, a former pupil of Sompting Abbotts Prep School, returned to his almer mater after over 25 years. "I was moved and delighted to be back!" he said. "The school has kept the things that made it unique and inimitable."