After becoming part of the worldwide education community of TED-Ed Clubs, the Stamford Junior School hosted a showcase event involving 19 pupils last week. The evening was filled with thought-provoking talks all conceived and delivered by pupils.
Computer Science increases in popularity year on year with a strong cohort of enthusiastic student looking to practise the skills they have learnt in practical ways.
St. Francis' College has taken a day off timetable to explore failing and how to build resilience.
Brentwood School students studying the International Baccalaureate Diploma received their results on Friday 5th July, the day after term finished. This marked the end of two years of exceptional hard work and commitment.
Girls at College are celebrating their International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma results having achieved an impressive average of 40.1 points, equivalent to 4 A*s at A Level and more than 10 points higher than the 2018 world average of 29.8 points.
Over 200 Cornish schoolgirls had their eyes opened to the possibilities that engineering could hold for them this summer as they headed to Truro High School to celebrate International Women in Engineering day.
This year Taunton School is celebrating its 300th student completing the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme with a quarter of students achieving scores equivalent to four A grades or better at A Level.
Sherborne Girls is celebrating the announcement of this year’s International Baccalaureate results with pupils achieving an average 36.5 diploma score, well above the worldwide average of 30 points.
Congratulations to Daniel and Josephine in Year 5 who are the West Midlands' regional winners of the Step Into The NHS Primary School Competition.
Crackley Hall School’s Firecrackers have won Best Engineered Car at this year’s National Finals of the Jaguar Primary School Challenge.