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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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’.
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.