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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.