Old Oakhamian Lord Clarke welcomed a group of aspiring Law students from Oakham School to the UK Supreme Court, and gave them a real sense of what the legal profession entails and an insight into real cases.
For the second year running, students from Oakham School have scooped some of the top awards at the TeenTech Final! As well as winning the Research & Information Literacy Award and the Health Award, Oakham also had an impressive 6 teams in the Final
Year 3 and 4 pupils from St John’s College Junior School in Southsea finished their 'Seaside Art' topic on Wednesday with a special trip up the Emirates Spinnaker Tower to get a bird’s eye view of all they have been studying over recent weeks.
St Mary’s Shaftesbury launched the local festival season with their first ever Walled Garden Festival on Saturday 20th May. After a day of drizzle, there was a break in the clouds and as the rain stopped, the music started.
Have you ever wondered why Petersfield is called Petersfield? What the nickname for the market square was in medieval times? Or have you ever wondered why there is a statue of William III in the town square?
During the scorching weekend heat, the girls at St Mary’s enjoyed their first ever Colour Run. With the pressure of this important exam term, the opportunity to let their hair down and have some fun was very gratefully received by pupils.
“Cool, fun, amazing!” Just a few of the words that echoed round the walls of The Winchester Science Centre on Tuesday 6th June as 35 excited Year 5 pupils from SCS tested out their scientific knowledge on a range of activities.
Bede’s pupils Parmis Fadavi-Hosseini and Kozma Prelevic are flying off this summer as part of the UK and EU teams in the International final of the Space Design Competition, taking place at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at the end of July.
St Mary's Calne girls won three awards at the SW Regional Final of Young Enterprise with their company 'Luna & Sol' - Best Financial Management, Best Report and the overall prize - Best Young Enterprise Company in the South West.
Pupils in Years 3-8 have created a stunning mosaic. Undertaking such a project not only enabled the children to work with different mediums and outside but also demonstrated just how much can be achieved when a community all work together.
The Heritage Lottery Fund and The Wimborne History Festival's support ensured a day of creative learning for Dumpton School's annual Roman Day with mosaic making and a visit from a 'real' Roman Soldier!