Emilia is awarded the Conabor Sword

St Benedict’s School’s Combined Cadet Force's most prestigious award, the Conabor Sword, has been awarded to Lance-Corporal Emilia McFadzean, a Year 10 pupil.

The Paragon’s children had an action packed British Explorers Day

The Paragon’s prep children had an amazing British Explorers Day learning about some of Britain’s greatest, historical explorers, including Ernest Shackleton, Mary Kingsley, Sir Walter Raleigh and Captain Scott.

One Giant Leaf for Mankind

RGS pupils from Year Seven and Year Eight built and displayed a show garden at the Royal Horticultural Society Malvern Spring Festival 2017.

Pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral

Senior pupils complete their 14.7 mile walk to Canterbury Cathedral

Fairtrade Competition Success

Craigclowan Prep School in Perth wins the Traidcraft Fairtrade Snack Attack competition for the fourth time.

Cokethorpe Juniors attend launch of RAF Falcons 2017 season

Year 5 children from Cokethorpe Junior School were lucky enough to be invited to the launch of the RAF Falcons Parachute Display Team’s 2017 season at RAF Brize Norton.

Class One learn about buildings from the past

Class One at Churcher's College Junior School have had a very busy term visiting local buildings to look at the differences and similarities. To see how our houses are different to those in the past they went to the Weald and Downland Museum.

Year 4 trip to Batsford Arboretum

Year 4 at The Downs Malvern braved the weather to explore the beautiful Batsford Arboretum.

St Mary's girls win Best Young Enterprise Company in Wiltshire

The Young Enterprise company team at St Mary's Calne have scooped several awards at the Wiltshire County Finals - overall Best Young Enterprise Company, Best Finances and Outstanding Individual.

The Tigers Parachute Display team impress Cadets

They may not have jumped out of a plane with a parachute but that didn’t stop The Tigers giving a spectacular display at Taunton School.

Bede's Prep students visit France for language immersion programme

Bede’s Prep Year 7 visited Chateau de la Baudonnière, situated in the region of La Manche in Normandy, on a French language immersion programme at the beginning of May.

Oswestry School pupils are judged ‘best in the UK’ for public speaking

Oswestry School Sixth Form pupils have been judged to be the best young public speakers in the UK at the final of the Rotary Youth Speaks competition held at Thomas Telford School on Sunday 7th May.

Belmont Children on Ypres Trip

Children from Belmont Preparatory School's Year 7 and 8 recently undertook a thought provoking and hugely worthwhile trip to Ypres.

Raising voices in protest

Girls at Pipers Corner raised their voices in protest in May, focussing on a whole range of issues that matter to them as individuals. The “Day of Protest” culminated in a Trafalgar Square-style protest event, complete with banners and chanting.

Dingle Dangle Scarecrow & Farm Day

Hoe Bridge Pre-Prep had a fantastic time at their Dingle Dangle Scarecrow Day. Sun, hay and lots of children getting the chance to stroke, brush and cuddle the animals.

Beechwood Prep reach National Finals with stunning General Knowledge

With a staggering score of 2,395 points, earned in a tight semi-final, Beechwood Prep School in Tunbridge Wells march on to the final later this term.

RMS Student named as finalist in the CVQO Duke of Westminster Awards 2017

Congratulations to Isabella Scanio, a Year 13 student at The Royal Masonic School for Girls in Rickmansworth, who has reached the final stages of the CVQO (Cadet Vocational Qualification Organisation) Duke of Westminster Awards 2017.

Unicorn School's Year 5s residential trip to Cornwall!

Unicorn School's Year 5s are on their residential trip to Cornwall this week enjoying all sorts of fun activities.

French Cuisine for Pre-Prep Children

Pre-Prep children at Northbourne Park School enjoy a morning of French culture tucking into an authentic French breakfast.

West Buckland Ten Tors Team Finish in Top Ten

Being located between two National Parks, and with an extensive Outdoor Learning programme, a team from West Buckland School, in North Devon, has finished in the top ten, at this year's Ten Tors Challenge on Dartmoor.

St. Helen's College Quiz Club Reach National Final

On Tuesday 2nd May, a team of four children from St Helen's College won their national semi final of the Quiz Club Competition and secured a place in the national final.

Stover School Pupils Complete Ten Tors Challenge

Congratulations to the Stover School Ten Tors 2017 teams who successfully completed the 35 mile and 45 mile routes on Sunday, both finished 4 hours before the deadline!

The Snakes Head Frittilaries, The Town Crier & The Court Leet

Should Keats have strolled through Cricklade last Friday he would have seen a sight befitting his eyes and his love of nature. From Prior Park Prep School came a parade of children escorted by the Court Leet with the Town Crier in his full regalia.

Chafyn Grove Year 1 enjoy a walk around Salisbury

Year 1 from Chafyn Grove spent a wonderful day discovering the wonderful City of Salisbury.

Acorns explore Chirk Castle

History came to life for Packwood's youngest pupils when they immersed themselves in mediaeval life at Chirk Castle earlier this week

Budding Entrepreneurs Win Top Awards

Malvern St James’s two Young Enterprise teams are celebrating after winning a clutch of awards at the recent Young Enterprise South Worcestershire Presentation Evening, held at the Evesham Arts Centre.

Pipe Band return from New York Tartan Week

Lathallan School Pipe Band pupils had a trip of a lifetime in New York playing in the Tartan Day Parade.

Polar Academy Expedition - Greenland

The Polar Academy team have successfully finished their 10-day expedition in the Arctic. The team was made up of 10 pupils from both Broughton High School and Fettes College.

Norwich School Hosts World’s Only Secondary-School Model Arctic Council

In April Norwich School hosted a unique event, the Norwich Model Arctic Council. For two-and-a-half days, pupils played the roles of diplomats attending the Arctic Council as part of an innovative learning programme.

Polar Academy Expedition - Greenland

The Polar Academy team have successfully finished their 10-day expedition in the Arctic. The team was made up of 10 pupils from both Broughton High School and Fettes College.

Full steam ahead for creative 'On the Move' topic launch

It was all systems go for the summer term as 130 lucky children got to ride on a steam lorry to celebrate their new topic launch.

Year 5 Pupils Learn Lifesaving First Aid

On Monday 24 April Year 5 pupils from St John’s College in Southsea took part in lifesaving first aid training, run by Mr Lorrin Evans from St John Ambulance.

Dauntsey’s Jolie Brise sets sail for Canada.

Dauntsey’s world-famous pilot cutter, the Jolie Brise, has kicked off its transatlantic race by participating in the Royal Greenwich Regatta.

Action-fuelled Easter break for King’s Ely Senior students

Several expeditions were organised through the Ely Scheme, which is unique to King’s Ely, offering boundless opportunities for pupils to explore and learn through outdoor education.

Dauntsey’s Jolie Brise sets sail for Canada.

Dauntsey’s world-famous pilot cutter, the Jolie Brise, has kicked off its transatlantic race by participating in the Royal Greenwich Regatta.

Roman Adventures at Fishbourne Roman Palace

Farlington School's Prep 4 visited Fishbourne Roman Palace as an introduction to their ‘Romans’ topic.

Walk the Night for Northbourne Park Pupils

Kitted up with maps and torches, Northbourne Park Senior pupils embark on a 9.4 mile hike through White Cliffs Country.