Dauntsey's Joins the Model United Nations

A group of 11 upper school pupils from Dauntsey’s has recently attended the 24th Bath International Schools’ Model United Nations (MUN) Conference.

St Mary's Calne Science Department wins national STEM competition

The Science Department was delighted to find out over Easter that Mrs Jan McKernan's 3D model display board of the Fluid Mosaic Model had won first prize in a national STEM classroom display competition.

Erasmus Essay prize for Haileybury pupil Cynthia

Haileybury Sixth Form pupil Cynthia Zhang has scooped second prize in a prestigious inter-school essay competition.

Taunton School hosts hands-on science event for 200 Year 9 girls

Taunton School was the venue for the inspirational ‘Skirting Science’ event on Wednesday, organised by women’s group Soroptomists International Taunton, attended by over 200 local Year 9 girls and featuring many local businesses.

St Lawrence Science Week 2017

The St Lawrence College Science Department once again held a range of exciting events for pupils of all ages to celebrate annual British Science Week in March.

Falcons School for Boys Celebrates Exceptional 11+ and Pre-Test Results

The Falcons School for Boys Preparatory School in Richmond has fantastic amount of offers following 11+ exams.

RGS Worcester innovative Careers and Higher Ed Expo open to all

Last Thursday saw the annual Careers and Higher Education EXPO take over the site. Over one hundred delegates from Universities and Businesses were on hand to inspire the next generation.

Scintillating Science Week at Godolphin

An exciting science week at Godolphin started with a talk from Dame Carol Black, President of the Royal College of Physicians.

St Mary's Calne celebrates British Science Week in style

On 13th March, as part of our full week of activities for British Science Week, we were delighted to welcome Professor Alice Roberts, who spoke to the girls on 'The Human Journey'. Over 700 people in the community were involved in our other events.

Super Science Fair at St Benedict's!

Young scientists at St Benedict’s in Ealing, west London, got to work in British Science Week, conducting over 40 different experiments at their annual Science Fair.

Two Oakham pupils take top spots in national Design Technology competition

Two pupils from Oakham School have each been awarded first prize in the Alu D&T Challenge: impressively winning the individual award for two out of the three categories at this national event.

A Star Success Story at Ardingly College

Now here's a question: If 25 Ardingly College students each take an IGCSE Maths exam six months earlier than the rest what percentage of them will achieve the top A* grade Answer: 100%

'Dead' languages alive and well at Packwood

Classics pupils keep ancient languages vibrant by taking part in Packwood's first ever Latin and Greek reading competition.

Babington's Nature School Launch

Nature School is an opportunity for children to experience nature and the outdoor environment in a safe, secure and hands on way with a trained Nature School leader.

Norwich School and The Writers Centre Norwich give opportunity to young writers

Literature project aims to help inspire the next generation of poets and authors in Norwich.

King’s Ely students shine in British Biology Olympiad

King's Ely pupils won a haul of awards in this year’s British Biology Olympiad.

Bede's Prep School students celebrate National World Book Day

The Seahorse and Turtle classes at Bede’s Prep School in Eastbourne dressed up as their favourite characters for 'National World Book Day'.

James Allen's Pre-Preparatory School Book Week

With such a lot of different activities on offer, everyone found a way to enjoy books and reading during James Allen's Pre-Preparatory School Book Week.

Northbourne Park School Celebrates World Book Day

Fantasy became reality at Northbourne Park School as children and staff came to school dressed as their favourite literacy characters to celebrate World Book Day.

World Book Day excites the imagination

Swords, shields, cloaks, hats and sparkling shoes—to name a few—were worn with pride and aplomb and books held high to show the children’s favourite authors and illustrators.

Senior Maths Challenge Success

Congratulations to the sixth form girls at Talbot Heath School who achieved a certificate in the Senior Maths Challenge.

Kicking up a storm at the Linguist's Dinner

Language and the Arts Celebrated at Talbot Heath's Linguists' Dinner

Despite the ongoing events of Brexit, Talbot Heath School offered a celebration of language and the arts thanks to the annual Linguists' Dinner that took place on the eve of half term.

Culford Pupils Excel in UK Wide Maths Challenge

A number of pupils from the Fourth and Fifth Form and the International Study Programme recently sat the UK-wide Intermediate Maths Challenge (IMC). This is a challenging maths paper, which is taken under formal exam conditions.

St Michael's Prep School looks East with global links

Year 6 pupils at St Michael's Prep School, Otford, have linked up with YK Pao School in Shanghai, sharing thoughts on school life, interests and hobbies.

First Prize in Goethe-Institut ‘Digital D’ Competition

From over fifty entries, two Oundle School pupils, Gordon Lin (16) and Alexander Lee (16) recently won first prize in the Goethe-Institut Digital Days 'Besuch in meiner Stadt’ competition.

Cracking day of Egg-citing Egg-speriments

Usual lessons are abandoned for a day of science at Greenfield School.

Powering the Future at King Edward's Witley

Powering the future, alternative energy and harnessing the forces of nature were among the topics discussed at a recent Science Symposium at King Edward’s Witley, designed to encourage young people to consider STEM career opportunities.

Back in Time for Lunch

Year 6 pupils sample food from the 1950s as part of a lesson about post-war Britain.

Spanish Debating Success for Bancroft's

Two members of Bancroft's School's Sixth Form have just won the North and Central London Spanish Debating competition. The Woodford Green School was represented by the successful duo of year 13 student Dafydd Prole and year 12 student Sonali Arora.

A-level Geographers visit the Royal Geographical Society

A-level Geographers from King Edward's join 200 students at the Royal Geographical Society's study day at their centre in London.

Bishop's Stortford College Team Reach Student Investor Challenge Semi-Finals

A team of four Bishop’s Stortford College pupils have qualified as one of the top 500 teams in the Student Investor Challenge, meaning that they will now compete in the semi-finals.

Hogwarts have been on the phone to Duncombe School!

Year 3 are studying English in an exciting new way this term, with Harry Potter.

A visit from Cliff McNish, our Patron of Reading

Our Patron of Reading, Cliff McNish, returned to school last week to inspire, excite and entertain the Prep School children.

Unicorn School's double whammy at the National Inter-School Quiz Championships

Unicorn School win 1st AND 2nd places at the National Inter-School Quiz Championship heats.