Charlotte House win the Haileybury STEM Challenge

We are very proud to say the Charlotte House team were the overall winners of the Haileybury STEM challenge winning the Harvey Woodburn trophy.

Ohemaa Wins Regional Round of Writing Competition

We are thrilled to announce that Year 6 pupil Ohemaa, is the Regional Winner of the National Young Writers’ Awards 2017.

Operating Theatre Live at Kingswood House School

Under the watchful eye of two doctors, an A&E nurse and an operating theatre technician, the boys took a very hands-on approach to study anatomy. They dressed and acted as surgeons to surgically remove and dissect organs before intubating a 'patient'

Spanish Story is no Flash in the Pan

Short, succinct and in Spanish... A Brentwood School student has been awarded top prize in a University of Oxford competition to write a story in Spanish in no more than 100 words.

Second Prize for Patrick in Corpus Christi Essay Competition

Sixth Form pupil Patrick McSwiggan has come joint second in the highly competitive ‘Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Competition’ run by Corpus Christi College, Oxford, with an essay entitled The Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 and its Implications.

Headington's mathematicians with their certificates

Headington Prep hosts maths challenge for local schools

DC Beagle Maths Challenge sees pupils from 22 schools competing

Young Writer Awards Finalists for College Pupils

Two Harrogate Ladies’ College pupils are celebrating after reaching the finals of a national young writers’ competition.

Young Mathematicians Challenged at Luckley

On Tuesday 6 June, 132 children from 33 schools participated in Luckley House School's Year 5 Maths Challenge.

Bright Culford Trio Win Regional Award at Shell’s STEM Competition

Three Culford pupils have been crowned Eastern Regional Champions in a national STEM competition hosted by Shell.

Millie's Success at BBC Radio 2's 500 Word Competition

Huge congratulations to Millie Gurney from Leehurst Swan for making the second round of BBC Radio 2's 500 Word competition.

Imperial STEM Challenge at Oundle School

This term has seen the second annual Imperial College STEM Challenge take place at Oundle School, further cementing the links between the two organisations.

Mathematicians Win The Halstead Mathematics Challenge

Four of our exceptional Year 3 mathematicians represented Lanesborough in The Halstead Mathematics Challenge, competing against seven other schools.

Jamie to represent UK at International Biology Olympiad

Current Upper Sixth pupil, Jamie Baudry had specific reason to celebrate this Easter when he found out that he had been chosen to represent the UK at the world’s largest biology competition for school pupils, organised by the Royal Society of Biology

Holmwood House 'Whodunnit'?

Holmwood House recently hosted its annual forensic science mystery!

Science wows the pupils at Knighton House School

To start the term with a WOW the science department organised a visit from ‘Fantastiko’ science circus. All the children experienced circus tricks and activities and learnt about the science behind the trick.

Pupils learn Forensic Science and Code-breaking Skills

Recently, pupils from Stover School, Newton Abbot, took part in the 2017 Salters' Festival of Chemistry at Bristol University.

Lanesborough Boy Wins NACE Poetry Competition

Year 4 Lanesborough School pupil, Joseph Ryan, has won the NACE Poetry Competition for his age category.

Creative Writing Fun with Author Cesca Major

We were privileged to welcome the resident author from Bradfield College, Cesca Major, to Swanbourne House.

Mathematic Success for Bright Pupils at Culford

In February, a number of Culford pupils from the top maths sets in Fourth Form, Lower 5th and Upper 5th entered the Intermediate Maths Challenge; a very popular competition for pupils across the UK, organised by the UK Mathematics Trust (UKMT).

Excellence in Science

7 Gold, 19 Silver and 29 Bronze certificates in the Society of Biology’s Biology Challenge

Ardingly Prep Pupils are Awesome Readers!

Pupils from Ardingly College Prep School have been involved in judging the Awesome Book Prize for children’s authors. Launched by Cranleigh Schools this year, the innovative award is designed to honour the best new authors for young readers.

Gowns and Gore for Year 7 at Farleigh School

Operating Theatre Live's arrival created quite a buzz as the Theatre was transformed into an operating theatre, giving Year 7 pupils the chance to get hands on and learn all about human biology in the most practical (and graphic!) of ways.


Talented Mathematician Kangaroos to Success

Year 10 pupil Ann-Kathrin has shown her mathematical talents in the recent national Intermediate Maths Challenge.

Oswestry School physicists prove to be a strong force at National Olympiad

Bright, young physicists from Oswestry School entered the British Physics Olympiad Challenge and achieved some outstanding results.

Science fair showcases pupils' mind-blowing experiments

Budding researchers filled a theatre with colourful posters and props to present a diverse variety of scientific experiments this week.

Homefield at the Double in National Handwriting Competition

Homefield School is very pleased to announce that two of its members have been recognised at the 2017 Schools’ Handwriting Competition.

St Swithun's pupil Suzie Huang tops the country in Mathematical Olympiad

U5 pupil Suzie Huang from St Swithun's School tops the country in Mathematical Olympiad Examination

Maths Success for King's Preparatory School Pupils

King's Preparatory School pupil Himanshu Upreti earns place in the top 1% of an International Maths Competition

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.