Do you know your Ursa Major from your Ursa Minor? Where are you going to find Orion’s Belt? Year 2 children from both Thomas Jolyffe Primary School and The Croft Preparatory School can tell you!
This year, three girls from LEH entered the Young Writers’ Festival, overseen by Arts Richmond, and were invited to the final ceremony at The Exchange in Twickenham.
Pupils at St Ives School in Haslemere have been enjoying a three-day Wizard of Oz Themed Maths Festival this week.
Notre Dame’s annual ‘Science is for Girls’ challenge took place this week with girls from 12 local junior schools taking part in a morning of exciting and inspiring science-based challenges.
Young scientists at St Benedict’s in Ealing got to work in British Science Week, conducting around 40 different experiments at the annual Science Fair.
Seventeen Year 10 Students are celebrating after receiving an impressive set of GCSE results in Mathematics today, having taken the exam 18 months early.
Fun on Saturday, a six week outreach programme for girls across Portsmouth, culminated in a grand finale last weekend with prizes presented by Stephen Morgan MP.
Edgbaston High School for Girls is delighted to announce the appointment of Clare Macro to the position of Headmistress from September 2019, succeeding Dr Ruth Weeks.
On Tuesday, Kingham Hill School hosted a day full of Science for a group of 38 local primary school children. The children had the opportunity to experience and get a taste of what is taught at Key Stage 3 in the School's fully equipped Veritas laboratories.
Bede’s Prep School in Eastbourne recently invited Year 6 children from local schools across the county including Ocklynge School, St John’s Meads, Tollgate Junior School, West Rise Junior School and Willingdon Primary School, for a CSI Day.