Back in Time for Lunch

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

Perfect score for pupil in UK Computational Thinking Challenge

Geno Racklin Asher (14 years) from University College School, Hampstead, won first place in the senior level final with a perfect score in the BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge at the Department of Computer Science at Oxford University.

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.

Hogwarts have been on the phone to Duncombe School!

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

Sasha’s lion is judged ‘outstanding’ in national scientific artwork competition

A detailed drawing of a lion atop a lion’s skull by Sasha Morgan, an Art Scholar at St Mary’s School, Colchester, impressed the judges of the Royal Society of Biology’s Nancy Rothwell Award.

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.

Year 5 pupil gives a science lesson on James Dyson's latest invention

Budding designer, Fraser Armitage, wrote to James Dyson to share some of his ideas for his own design projects, one of these being a hover car.

Gold BPhO award for Luca

A sixth form student at St Benedict’s School, Ealing in west London has gained a Gold Award in the British Physics Olympiad.

Exploring the Arctic in Our New Igloo

This term we have seen a new addition to our main hall’s book corner, a reading haven Arctic Cave.

Top GCSE Award for Bancroft's Girl

A pupil from Bancroft's School, Woodford Green, has been recognised as the top performer in summer 2016's AQA Geography A GCSE.

Former St Swithun's pupil awarded prestigious Diamond Jubilee IET scholarship

Former St Swithun’s, Winchester pupil Lydia Robinson, from Alresford, who left school in summer 2016 has been awarded a prestigious Diamond Jubilee Scholarship from The Institute of Engineering and Technology for her studies in General Engineering

King's College Hosts Fourth Inter-Schools Philosothon

The fourth annual inter-school Philosothon hosted by King’s College was held on Tuesday evening 24 January 2017. Eight senior schools took part, each fielding a team of 11 pupils spanning all year groups.

Academic awards at Exeter School for St. Peter's School pupils

All Year 8 pupils who took the entrance exam passed and, between them, they have been offered four academic awards. Thirteen pupils from Year 8 at St. Peter’s Prep School in Lympstone sat the entrance examination for Exeter School this month.

Sums Add Up For Ashville Pupils Tackling Primary Maths Challenge “Bonus Round”

Two Ashville Junior School mathematicians will be pitting their wits against students from around the UK in the “bonus round” of a national maths competition.

St Mary’s chefs win Chinese cooking equipment

Year 10 girls are well stocked to cook tasty Chinese meals after winning an abundance of goodies from Ming-ai Institute in London.

Bede's hosts Galactic Challenge for local Prep Schools

Bede’s School hosted the second ‘Galactic Challenge’ on Saturday 14 January, for pupils from years 6, 7 and 8 from Bede’s Prep, Marlborough House, Rose Hill, Skippers Hill, Yardley Court, Dulwich Prep and Brambletye Schools.

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.

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.

Top science scholarship for former Head Boy of Ardingly College

Matt Price (18) has become one of an elite group of students in the UK to be awarded a prestigious Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) scholarship.

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.

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.

Outstanding Results in UK Maths Challenge at St Mary's Shaftesbury

Nine Sixth Form students at St Mary’s School Shaftesbury have received certificates for their fantastic performance in this year’s Senior UK Maths Challenge.

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.

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.

Hazlegrove pupils are 'Shipwrecked en France'

France came to Hazlegrove when a touring production company performed their play 'Shipwrecked en France' to pupils from years 5 to 8.

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.

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.

Lanesborough Year 4 Maths Quiz Winners

On Thursday 17th November, ten Year 4 boys took part in the annual St. John's Maths Quiz in Leatherhead.