Headmaster Tom Lawson and Head of Partnerships Linda Salway receive the Community Award for the work of The Eastbourne Schools Partnership which provides community, educational and sporting activities and accounts for 14,000 children in the area.
Holme Grange School has received two National Awards ‘Best Use of the School Farm in the Curriculum 2018’ and ‘Best School Farms Project 2018’ from The School Farms Network Education Alliance and a Silver Award for Wokingham in Bloom 2018.
Adventurer and keen cyclist, Charlie Condell, is celebrating the end of his A Level exams by setting off on an extreme around the world trip.
St Paul’s won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta in spectacular style on Sunday, breaking more records along the way.
The King’s Ely Golf Academy has done it again – this time being crowned winners of the National Independent Schools Golf Association’s (ISGA) Plate Finals at Collingtree Park Golf Club.
Based on their strong showing at Guildford, Battle Abbey Prep School’s Freestyle Relay team secured their place at the ESSA National Swim Finals at the prestigious Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield.
Upper Sixth Bede’s Senior School pupil, Dylan Allenby-Ryan, won the South of England Show’s ‘Worshipful Company of Joiners and Ceilers’ award for the best joinery in class for his A-Level project.
Bedford School and Mark Rutherford School Sixth Form students are working collaboratively on a pioneering and challenging research project that could help change the lives of children around the world.
The West Buckland U9 tennis team were crowned Devon Champions following their win in the final at the Devon Summer Games, Plymouth at the end of June.
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A team of pupils from Stamford Junior School in Lincolnshire named ‘Golden Gears’ were thrilled to compete in the Jaguar Primary School Challenge UK Nationals on 20th June following their success at a regional final in May.
The Junior and Senior School children at Kent College Canterbury had the very special honour of meeting the British former decathlete, Mr Daley Thompson, CBE last week.
Taking the phrase "you never know until you give it a go" to heart, 11-year-old Hertford school-girl Bethany Norton has become an instant shooting star.