Thursday 19th January, Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, several aliens, spacemen and a great many astronauts and scientists arrived at Dean Close Pre-Preparatory School to experience a special Space Wow Day.
On 9 November, nine recent Duke of Edinburgh gold award winners from St Swithun’s sixth-form enjoyed the opportunity to meet Prince Edward at St James’s Palace and speak to him about what they had undertaken to achieve their awards.
The Reception Class at Churcher’s College Junior School received their first certificate of participation in outdoor education on Friday 4th November, having completed their first full day in the outdoor classroom.
The Knighton House Year 6 pupils visited the beautiful National Trust house and gardens of Montacute House to learn about life in a Tudor mansion and to examine the National Gallery portraits in the Long Gallery.
Lego and Hatchimals may be topping the 2016 Yuletide wishlists, but for Year 4 pupils from The Elms Junior School in Nottingham it was all about pomanders as they went back 500 years to celebrate a special Tudor Christmas.
Hazlegrove children created some truly gruesome monsters for their annual guy building competition. Duly committed to a suitably grisly fate on a magnificent bonfire, everyone was able to enjoy a wonderful evening and hopefully a good night's sleep!
Half term usually means a mass exodus from school, but Thursday night at St Faith’s saw 66 Year 5 pupils come back through the gates, armed with sleeping bags and lots of enthusiasm, to take part in a Science Sleepover.
During the Half Term break a group of six Year 7 and 8 pupils from St John's College travelled to Romania. Students had a wonderful week with their friends at the Paradise School and enjoyed many cultural visits and fun workshops.
The latest instalment of the Wycliffe Prep School Exploration Days took flight on Wednesday 28th September, with pupils in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 thoroughly enjoying a morning with the UK Space Agency, as they set off on a journey towards lift-off.
What a splendid way to spend a sunny and fresh Autumn morning. As part of their Arts Week, Year 3 at CCJS set off to Churt Sculpture Park with a ripple of excitement and an army of helpers keen for some culture.
Vision, determination and lots of pairs of willing hands have transformed a corner of Terrington Hall School’s grounds into a productive garden with four large vegetable beds complete with greenhouse and hen house.