On Wednesday 15 May, HRH The Duke of Gloucester, KG, GCVO, SFI, inspected both Bedford Modern School and Bedford School’s Combined Cadet Forces (CCF). The event marked the Centenary of King George V’s visit to Bedford to inspect both Bedford School and Bedford Modern School’s Officer Training Corps’ on 27 June 1918.
When it comes to public speaking, Brentwood School’s articulate students are in a class of their own, becoming national Youth Speaks champions for the second time.
Pupils from Great Ballard School choir visited Claremont Lodge Nursing Home and performed for the residents. The occasion was enjoyed by all generations and it was magical to see the spirits of the residents lifted as they listened to the music.
On Wednesday 8th May, at the AWS (Amazon Web Services) Summit held at London’s ExCel, a team of 5 pupils from Bishop’s Stortford College Prep School were awarded first prize in the AWS Get | IT competition.
A group of Pangbourne College students have made a big impression at an entrepreneurship contest having created a pet-tracking product, SPOT. They sealed several awards at the Young Enterprise West Berkshire Area Final.
On Friday 10 May, over 200 pupils from Bede’s Prep and Senior Schools volunteered their time to litter pick at local public spaces for Eastbourne’s Great Park Clean, which was organised by Oliver Sterno of the Plastic Free Eastbourne campaign.
St Ives School was uncharacteristically quiet on Friday morning as the all the pupils from years three to six were taking part in a sponsored silence to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
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