16-year-old Lauren Zhang of King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham is the BBC's Young Musician of the Year - just two days before starting her GCSEs.
Lower Sixth Former Alex Watson has won the chance to compose for top chamber orchestra ensemble the Britten Sinfonia and be mentored by a leading young composer.
The St Benedict’s choristers of Ealing Abbey Choir went on tour to Hungary, singing in some of Budapest’s finest churches, and in the Basilica of Ezstergom – Hungary’s largest church.
Bedford Girls’ School Upper Sixth student Isobel Stearn has been placed second in the prestigious Corpus Prize for Harmony essay competition.
Jaren Ziegler, a Year 7 pupil at University College School, has been awarded a Scholarship to The Junior Royal Academy of Music. The judges were so impressed by Jaren’s audition that he was offered the scholarship the moment his bow left his viola.
Seventy 'budding rock stars' showcased their musical talent in a concert at Haileybury and performed in an 'atmospheric' concert.
Pupils from seven primary and preparatory schools came together at King’s Ely to celebrate their love of music and take part in the annual Wind Band Day.
UCS pupil Oskar Nilsson has won the “Best 16-18 Short Film” award at the BFI Future Film Festival. Oskar co-wrote the script for the film with friends during his final couple of months at UCS and then shot, directed and edited it during the summer.
A Clifton College pupil has won a competition to find a social enterprise that will brighten up our high streets. She came up with the idea of 'upcycling' old pianos that everyone will have a chance to play.
A powerful piece of art by a Bolton School Girls’ Division pupil and the passion that went in to creating it has won her the top prize in the national Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) competition.