Truro High School pupil Nell Clayton is only five-years-old, but this February she made a decision that's going to changes lives.
Team G.L.1.T.C.H named as one of top 10 teams in the country.
A team of four Year 8 students from The Royal Masonic School for Girls has been selected as one of just 10 teams from the 3389 that entered to compete in the National Final the National Cyber Security Centre's “CyberFirst” Competition.
Portsmouth High School has embraced a week of positivity encouraging both pupils and staff to reaffirm their commitment to both mental and physical health.
In collaboration with Contact the Elderly, boys at Caldicott have been working with local elderly residents to discover their stories. They have invited them for tea parties, cake mornings, interviewed them and become pen pals.
Partnership with world's first semi-pro or pro club to pay men and women equally set to boost girls playing the beautiful game
Rights advocate and Sixth Former Bethan Collier led the national ‘Our Minds Our Future’ campaign recently, which launched on International Human Rights Day.
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As part of Children's Mental Health Week, Heatherton introduced their pupils to their new Wellbeing Dogs Bluebell and Silver. Both the pupils and the dogs had a great week getting to know each other.
Mara takes first and second place in her class for Maltman's Green School.
In support of Children’s Mental Health Week, Head Girls at The Marist School, Sunninghill, organised a whole school Zumba session to raise awareness for pupils’ mental and physical wellbeing.