King’s Ely Sixth Form duo one step away from Oxbridge places

Two King’s Ely Sixth Form students are a step closer to fulfilling their dreams of studying at Cambridge and Oxford Universities.

Pupils Receive Letters from No 10 and The Houses of Parliament

Form V were delighted when they received replies from 10 Downing Street and The Houses of Parliament on their return to school today. Their persuasive letters had been sent to various MPs and the Prime Minister about issues close to their hearts.

National General Knowledge Quiz success

Junior School pupils from St John’s College have been celebrating after taking first and third place in the Area Heats of the Quiz Club’s KS2 General Knowledge Quiz National Championships.

Creative and Original Work in Primary Maths Challenge

Pupils from Reception up to Year 6 made an extraordinary effort to produce colourful and original project work for the Primary Maths Challenge.

Maths Challenge Success for St John’s College Students

Four St John’s College Sixth Form students have been celebrating after coming third place in the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust Regional Finals last week.

Students at The Royal Masonic School get to know The Moon – Personally

Exciting rare samples of moon rocks and a collection of impressive meteorites landed at The Royal Masonic School for Girls in Rickmansworth on Monday 21st November for a week’s visit.

Barrow Hills Children Encouraged to Consider STEM Related Careers

A dedicated event which aimed to inspire children at Barrow Hills to consider Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) related careers took place at the School.

S. Anselm's opens a new LEGO Innovation Studio

After coffee and Lego cake in the library, parents and visitors crowded into the Innovation Centre for its official opening on Thursday 24th November.

Lanesborough Success in Primary Maths Challenge

The boys in Years 5 and 6 took part in the Primary Maths Challenge 2016 with an amazing number winning a certificate.

National Science Quiz Championship

Langley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall hosted the East Anglia area heat of The National Science Quiz Championship on Thursday 24 November run by Quiz Club.

Maths Team make up Winning Formula

Brentwood School’s senior maths team have proved themselves to be sum mathematicians securing a place in the final of a national competition.

St Mary’s annual GCSE Awards Evening celebrates excellent results

Students who took their GCSEs at St Mary’s School in the summer of 2016 returned to school for a special Awards Presentation Evening on 18 November.

The Chorister School's girls embraced #ThisGirlCan

On 22 November the 4th and 6th Form girls (years 6 and 8) were taken off timetable to focus on mindfulness and self-esteem.

Bishop’s Stortford College Students Awarded Prestigious Engineering Scholarships

Two Lower Sixth students at Bishop's Stortford College have been awarded prestigious Arkwright Engineering Scholarships.

St Swithun's pupils win in Winchester and Portsmouth Cranmer prayer reading

Five girls from St Swithun’s School, Winchester competed in the Winchester and Portsmouth Cranmer awards, a prayer reading competition at the Bishop’s residence in Winchester in early November.

Year 8 pupils at Millfield Prep master Fibonacci Maths

Year 8 have been studying Fibonacci in maths and have successfully created their own Fibonacci spirals.

Chicken is 2nd fastest in the world!

Tech minded racing enthusiasts at Bromsgrove School have taken kit-car racing to another level with their all-electric race car ‘The Chicken’.

Fourteen year old wins Space Exploration competition with British Astronauts

Geno Racklin Asher (14 years) from University College School, Hampstead, is part of the winning team to see their experiment carried out on the International Space Station after winning the ISSET competition.

Testing for Vitamin C

Year 5 girls take part in a day of STEM challenges at OBH

Budding engineers from primary and independent schools enjoyed an inspiring day of Science, Technology and Maths (STEM) challenges at Old Buckenham Hall.

Parkside School Science masterclass

Parkside School invited local school Royal Kent School, in Oxshott for a Science 'Masterclass'.

Harvard praises Repton pupil

Praise from one of the world’s most prestigious universities, Harvard, has been sent to a Repton School pupil who has won a place there.

Top Award for Teenage Organist

Concerts at home and abroad, playing for Radio 3 broadcasts and making CD recordings are to become regular activities for a young Repton School musician who has been awarded a prestigious Organ Scholarship at Cambridge University.

Inglefield House are Wales' top readers

A burning love of literature has led to girls at a Monmouth preparatory school being crowned the country’s top readers. Inglefield House has won the Top Performing Primary School in Wales prize, awarded by the Renaissance Accelerated Reader scheme.

Pupils Teach Teachers at Luckley House School!

A group of pupils have taken on the role of Digital Ambassadors to help their classmates and teachers with the school's new technology.

Swahili challenge sees Ritisha crowned champion

Just before her tenth birthday, Ritisha Baidyaray faced a linguistic challenge fierce enough to have competitors twice her age scratching their heads!

Space competition prize from the ISS

Elodie Biegman in Kensington Prep's Yr 6 received an amazing photo taken and signed by astronaut Tim Peake from the International Space Station for her winning entry to the EO Detective Competition run by the National Centre for Earth Observation.

Caroline wins the European Youth Debating Competition

Representing the UK, sixth form student Caroline Gakpetor from St Benedict's has won First Prize in the European Youth Debating Competition. She made the case for more investment in renewable energy, debating sustainability and resource efficiency.

Book Week at Hunter Hall School

Children at Hunter Hall School celebrated Book Week last week. It is an annual event for the school, which focuses on the enjoyment of reading and encouraging as many children as possible to ‘get into books’.

Pupil Wins International Essay Prize

Cranleigh School A Level student, Lewis Bedford, has won first prize in an essay competition run by Oxford University.

Lucinda scoops prize in prestigious essay writing competition

A Malvern St James Girls’ School pupil is celebrating after winning a prize for the second time in a Cambridge University essay writing competition.

Holme Grange School Eaton Grange students learning to save lives!

On Monday 26th September, Holme Grange School held their Autumn term PSHCE day for their Eaton Grange students. Activities varied from CPR Life Saving Techniques to Self Defence workshops and Raft Building.

Korean mastered, on to Swahili!

Pupils at Blue Coat are encouraged to develop a love of languages from an early age and in Pre-Prep many opt to join the after school language clubs.

Holme Grange School Pupils Leap to Eurotalk Language Final

Holme Grange School was very proud to host the regional semi-finals of the Eurotalk Junior Language Challenge - in which they were placed first and second.

Five-a-day challenge for Year 3

Year 3 pupils at The Blue Coat School have enjoyed visiting the school kitchen this week as part of their Healthy Eating programme in Science.