On your marks, get set, BAKE!

Fantastic celebration cakes on display for the inter-house Bake-Off finals!

The Dorset festival season gets off to a rocking start at St Mary’s

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.

Year 8s visit Liverpool

A busy day of culture and historical interest in Liverpool for Packwood's Year 8 pupils

Upper Third Sign off Prep School with Annual Swiss Activity Week

The pupils, accompanied by the Headmaster of Prep School, Mike Schofield, and Director of Prep Sport, Mark Bolton, have had an action packed week.

Churcher’s Pupils Discover Local History

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?

A Weekend of Colour at St Mary’s Shaftesbury

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.

Winchester Science Centre ignites Year 5 imaginations

“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 are over the moon to be heading to NASA

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.

Gordonstoun Sailing Trip

Belmont Preparatory School Children on sailing trip to Gordonstoun

St Mary's Calne girls win Best Young Enterprise Company in the South West

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.

Expeditions put King’s Ely students’ stamina to the test

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.

Terra Nova School's pupils create a mosaic of an English country garden

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.

History Festival supports Roman Day at Dumpton School

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!

Oswestry School OsBiz ventures raise money for charity

Young OsBiz entrepreneurs at Oswestry School have raised an outstanding £831 from their ventures this year.

Presentations at Buckingham Palace

The Oratory School was invited to attend the Duke of Edinburgh award ceremony in London on 24 May to celebrate the students that had passed their Gold award.

Bede’s Geography pupils visit Iceland

The May half-term break saw the Bede's School Geography department embark on an adventure to Iceland.

Jaguar Land Rover Trip

Children from Belmont Preparatory School Visit Jaguar Land Rover Factory

Pre-Prep visit Cotswold Wildlife Park

Pre-Prep took Cotswold Wildlife Park by storm on Tuesday - almost literally!

Former King Edward's Witley Pupils honoured by HRH the Earl & Countess of Wessex

Six former pupils of King Edward’s Witley were recently invited to Buckingham Palace to receive their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards from HRH the Earl and Countess of Wessex.

Dauntsey’s Pupils in Sea Survival Training for Transatlantic Crossing

Eight Dauntsey’s sixth formers, four girls and four boys, have been in training for their forthcoming trip on the School’s Tall Ship, Jolie Brise.

Cokethorpe Election Week

Election fever has taken over Cokethorpe School. Pupils and staff participated in an action packed Election Week with activities taking place across the school including soapbox talks and Q&As with local politicians.

Year 10 Georgia’s amazing feat of endurance for RNLI

Taunton School Year 10 student Georgia Williams has accomplished an outstanding one mile open water sea swim around the iconic Castles of Cornwall.

Getting Up Close and Personal with Nature

Northbourne Park School children go wild for nature watch activities and earn awards from the RSPB

Year 3 Visit to Bhaketivedanta Temple

Children from Belmont Preparatory School recently visited Bhaketivedanta Temple

Oakham's Mock Election

Oakham School pupils have held a mock general election, with six candidates representing each of the main political parties.

Overnight Fun and Adventure for Senior Pupils

From dusk ‘til dawn across two weekends in May, senior and intermediate pupils at Northbourne Park School enjoy the annual overnight camps.

The Downs Malvern Pre-Prep Camp Out Day

Pre-Prep were delighted to welcome children, parents and staff for the 5th Pre-Prep 'Camp Out Day' on Brock Meadow on Thursday 25th May.

Birkdale Make National Quiz History

Following an incredible display in the local heats, for the first time in the competition’s history, Quiz Club invited two teams from the same school to the national semi-final as they had been so impressed with the Birkdale scores from Round 1.

Lower First Take A Trip Through Time at The Anglo Saxon Village

'Lower First have been learning about the Anglo Saxon era in History this term and recently visited West Stow.

King Edward's Witley Pupils Help Out at the Lockwood Centre for Horses & Donkeys

It was certainly a school day with a difference for Year 8 pupils from King Edward’s Witley when they recently visited the Lockwood Centre for Horses & Donkeys in Witley.

Insightful To Jewish Museum for Prep Pupils

Lower Third pupils had an emotionally provoking trip to The Jewish Museum in London on Friday 19 May.

A Victorian lesson at the Ragged School

Children in Lower Prep (Year 3) found out what it was like to be a child in Victorian times, by visiting the Ragged School Museum in Tower Hamlets,

Harriett Baldwin Drops in on Malvern St James's Election Trail

Malvern St James Girls’ School’s mock election was given a boost when government minister Harriett Baldwin came to talk to the Year 9s and Year 6s about what it’s like to be an MP and key issues on the doorstep.

Dauntsey's Jolie Brise carries letter from HRH Queen Elizabeth II to Quebec

Dauntsey’s Tall Ship, Jolie Brise, is honoured to be carrying a letter of congratulations from Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II to the people of Quebec, Canada.