For the seventh year running, a Cobham Hall Art student has been selected for the Royal Academy A-Level Summer Exhibition Online. From over 2400 submissions, the exhibition is a showcase of just 49 outstanding pieces of artwork by artists aged 16-18.
Poet Laureate, writer, personality, documentary maker and campaigner Sir John Betjeman arrived at Dragon School, Oxford 100 years ago. At an event to celebrate the famous poet, a Betjeman Society memorial plaque was unveiled by headmaster John Baugh.
Year 3’s production of Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf brought the house down on Thursday 18th May. Based on the revolting rhyme by Roald Dahl, this musical adaptation was humorous, visually stunning and professional.
Spirits ran high at Churcher’s Junior School on Tuesday the 23rd May. This concert is a highlight for the school’s younger pupils who eagerly await their chance to perform solo, ensemble and whole class items to a friendly and supportive audience.
The Hazlegrove Year 5 children were transported to the parallel world of Grovelhaze for their play. Trapped there, they were forced to perform Grimm tales to entertain the evil dukes... and a theatre packed with family and friends!
Jenny Saville, RA, opened a major public exhibition of art by former pupils and staff of The Dragon School, Oxford with an inspiring address about the importance of developing the 'super traits' through the Arts and the freedom to 'make mistakes'.
Bishop’s Stortford College Sixth Former Poppy Brooks has secured an unconditional place at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), as well as a place on the National Youth Theatre’s Senior Course this summer.
Eighty young musicians (aged 8 to 11) from 8 primary schools joined children at Dragon School, Oxford to rehearse and perform an ensemble percussion performance in a single day, led by musicians from the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra.
Salisbury Cathedral School's annual Music Festival is always a highlight in the school calendar and this year was no exception. We staged five simultaneous concerts from 9.30am-1pm in which over 12 hours of music was heard.
This week started with a bang for a pair of budding Homefield musical talents. Twins Oliver and Sam Tyler in 4H performed at the Royal Albert Hall for the Merton Music Foundation’s ‘Music is for Life’ concert.
The brass musicians at King’s Rochester are celebrating a successful weekend at the Woodard Schools Young Musician of the Year awards which was held on Saturday 6th May in the stunning Elgar Hall, Birmingham
Sixth Form pupils at Rendcomb College, Najya Abdullah and Morgan Ogle, have earned a third place medal for their own choreography dance duet at the Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts on Sunday, 7 May.
Congratulations to Charlie, Zoe and Elizabeth who came 1st, 2nd and 3rd, respectively, in the Photography competition of the Salisbury branch’s Rotary Youth Awards 2017. It is the fourth year running that a Leehurst Swan pupil has won this award!
Eagle House School in Sandhurst and Cargilfield School in Edinburgh are joining forces at the Edinburgh Fringe to perform The Jungle Book. The two schools met over the Bank Holiday weekend to begin rehearsals for the world's biggest Arts festival.
Oakham School has unveiled its second piece of sculpture, kindly donated by the Jerwood Foundation, by artist Ben Carpenter. The piece, titled ‘Net Form 2’, is located outside the School’s Smallbone Library for all pupils, staff & visitors to enjoy.
Hazlegrove Prep pupil Amelia Warren is a finalist in the Song Academy's Young Songwriter 2017 competition. Encouraged to enter by Victoria Sayles, Director of Music at Hazlegrove, Amelia is thrilled her song has been selected for the top 10.