St Lawrence College Junior School pupils have been 'Sharing the Learning', with parents joining their Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children in the classroom for a Friday afternoon of kite making and flying.
James Allen’s Prep School was delighted to join Dulwich College Junior School for the first joint Junior Symposium on 1 March 2017. The Symposium provided a day of creative and academic enrichment for the pupils in Years 3 -6 at both schools.
Sixth Form business faculty students from Oswestry School, Eliza Liepina and Dominic Fisher, were selected by local businessman Mr Neil Ruby to represent his company 'Italy Hair and Beauty' at the ProHair Live Exhibition in Manchester.
The weekend of 27th – 29th January saw the ninth annual LEH Model United Nations Conference (LEHMUN) hosted at LEH. More than 160 delegates from 15 different schools represented 42 different countries at the conference.
Before half term, eight L5 pupils flew to Switzerland to take red handprints from Kilgraston pupils and staff to the United Nations Office in Geneva to show support for the campaign against the use of child soldiers.
Churcher’s College Junior School was turned into a gourmet restaurant last week as pupils participated in the CCJS’s Master Chef Competition. Teams of Year 6 pupils had a budget of five pounds to spend to create a Master Chef meal.
Dauntsey’s is thrilled to announce that its world-famous pilot cutter, the Jolie Brise will cross the Atlantic for the third time with the School as it joins the International Rendez-vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta.
The idea of secret keys conjures up rusty locks and secret doors, and the Owls and Badgers had a chance to explore lots of these, when they visited the Cathedral today as part of their topic, Salisbury - Our City.
Does the thought of spending some time in the bustling Agora of sunny Athens appeal to you? What about having the chance to chat with your friends as you paint a fresco, concoct a herbal remedy or squeeze some juicy olives to make oil for your lamp?
Dean Close Preparatory School was alive with explorers, crocodiles, spiders and giant butterflies as pupils dressed in their best rainforest costumes to welcome rainforest expert and explorer, Paul Carpenter for the day.