Brentwood School’s Fourth Year Public Speakers put on an impressive performance at the weekend in the semi-final of a national competition.
Three Year 9 and 10 pupils from Bethany School beat thousands of applicants from across the country to win a coveted national award, Protecting the Environment Award, at the Big Bang Competition in Birmingham.
The Year 6 residential to Mill on the Brue was another exciting, engaging and exhilarating experience for pupils. It is a fun and challenging outdoor adventure activity centre set in 25 glorious acres of Somerset countryside.
A talented 17 year old student from Oakham School, along with her dog Tia, are celebrating having won a much-coveted place in the Crufts ‘Agility Dog of the Year’ Final!
Canford School CCF has been embarking for a number of years on a cross-country skiing expedition to Norway on what is described by all who go, as the toughest and the best trip the school offers.
Pupils at Highfield Prep School discovered their school was ‘out of this world’ recently.
Year 10 pupils from University College School, Hampstead teamed up with pupils from Westminster Academy (one of UCS's partnership schools) for a lively and testing entrepreneurial challenge.
Congratulations to Talbot Heath Lower 4 pupil, Isabella Cox, who achieved a Highly Commended trophy for the BBC Young Reporter of the Year Award recently.
Moreton Hall was awarded first place in the Intermediate Heat of the Rotary Youth Speaks competition, held at Glyndwr University in March. Their topic: Sexism Not Solved Just Changed.
Derby Grammar School’s Junior pupils have thrown themselves wholeheartedly in to celebrating World Book Day by writing their own short stories and dressing up as their favourite story character.
A group of eighteen Sixth Formers from Dauntsey’s have taken part in the first Waterside race of the year, paddling from Great Bedwyn to Newbury.