Greenfield School is delighted to announce that additional funds have been made available for further assisted places. The new funding will be available to eligible pupils from the commencement of the Autumn Term 2017.
Following the Olympic success of the GB Women’s Hockey Squad in Rio, King’s College is delighted to announce the launch of The Maddie Hinch Scholarship to celebrate our former pupil’s outstanding achievement.
The Apple Distinguished School designation is reserved for schools that meet criteria for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence, and demonstrate a clear vision of exemplary learning environments.
The inaugural British Citizen Youth Awards – honouring young people who have made a positive impact on society, communities, charities or other good causes – took place this week at the Palace of Westminster.
The eighth annual Bishop’s Stortford College Festival of Literature will take place from 2nd – 9th February 2017. The Festival line-up will include something for everyone, as the College welcomes the entire community to celebrate storytelling.
Dauntsey’s has completed an extensive building and redevelopment programme with the opening of a new teaching block, to be known as The Olive Building, after former Head Master, George Olive (1919 – 1955).
Living in the West Country, an area famous for famous for its apples, the Hazlegrove Pre-Prep children were delighted to celebrate Apple Day by bringing in apples of all shapes and sizes to school and by enjoying a day of apple-related activities.
Brighton and Hove Prep are excited to announce their new ‘Beach School’ which was introduced to their Pre-Prep this September, in conjunction with Sussex Wildlife Trust - an adaptation of the more commonly known "Forest School" approach.
A thoughtful six-year-old, who created a Buddy Bench to abolish any hint of loneliness in the playground, has been made Head Girl at her school. Zara will share the responsibilities of the role with good-humoured Head Boy, Robert, also six.
Andrew Johnson has been appointed as Headmaster of St Benedict's School, Ealing. Andrew has been the Headmaster of Stonyhurst College in Lancashire since September 2006, and has succeeded Chris Cleugh who retired in September.