Former Canford pupil speaks at Passchendaele 100th anniversary

Monday 31st July 2017 marked the 100th anniversary of the third Battle of Ypres - The Battle of Passchendaele - during which an estimated 245,000 allied casualties fell in 103 days of heavy fighting.

Trent College students see impact of Kenya schools’ fundraising

Checking out newly built classrooms, handing out hundreds of pieces of stationary and sports kit, providing study support and impromptu renditions of ‘500 Miles’ were all embraced as 12 Trent College students visited its two partner schools in Kenya.

Children of Hope Charity Celebrates Prep School Success

Highfield Prep School welcomed Children of Hope Director, Juliet Burd to school recently as the community came together to celebrate the pupils’ successes during the academic year at its annual Speech Day.

King’s Ely students raise more than £2,000 for Tom’s Trust

Charity-minded students at King’s Ely have raised more than £2,000 for a trust which supports children and young people with brain tumours.

Kingsley Preparatory School Pupil Braves the Shave for Charity

A Year 6 pupil from The Kingsley Preparatory School took the brave decision to publicly shave her head to raise awareness of Alopecia.

Ipswich High School for Girls donate £10,000

Ipswich High School raises £10,000 for the Woolverstone Macmillan Centre

Ipswich High School for Girls have raised £10,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support towards the Woolverstone Macmillan Centre Project.

The Friends of Hazlegrove ball raises £32,000 for local charity PROMISEworks

The Friends of Hazlegrove were keen that the Hazlegroovy Ball celebrating 70 years of Hazlegrove should support a local charity. They managed to raise over £32,000 for PROMISEworks, a hugely worthwhile charity which mentors young people in the area.

Pupils Sleep Out for Homeless Charity

Just before the end of term, 16 Sixth Form girls from Meynell House at King's College, Taunton, along with Deputy Housemistress Liz Gregory, slept outside to raise money for Taunton Association for the Homeless.

King’s Ely Sixth Former helps to raise £4,000 for air ambulance charity

A King’s Ely Sixth Form student used her 18th birthday party as the perfect excuse to not just celebrate but to also raise funds for a good cause.

Student Runs with Smart Tracksuit Idea in Fundraising Effort

Meredith Wilson has become a mini trendsetter and raised more than £1,800 for charity by designing an exclusive pair of tracksuit bottoms

Peaches Golding with TMS Year 6

Tockington Manor School’s ends an outstanding 70th year

It’s been an action packed year for the pupils of Tockington Manor School who celebrated the school’s 70th birthday this year, founded in 1947 the school was originally set up as a boarding school to serve military families.

King's College Gains Green Flag Award

The King's Sustainability Strategy (KSS) team have had a highly successful year promoting and improving the school's sustainability credentials.

Maggie Alphonsi MBE, Guest Speaker at Barrow Hills Prize Giving

Maggie Alphonsi MBE, the face of international women’s rugby, who represented her country an impressive 74 times and helped England win a record breaking seven consecutive Six Nations crowns, was guest speaker at Barrow Hills’ annual Prize Giving.

St. Andrew's Celebrates Prize Giving

St. Andrew’s School in Horsell, Woking was delighted to invite Theodore Brun, to speak at their recent Prize Giving service.

King’s Ely Junior siblings raise thousands for Cancer Research UK

Three sisters have raised almost £6,000 for a cause close to their heart by waving goodbye to their long locks.

Brave trio set to pedal across the Pyrenees for charity

Three 17-year-old boys are about to embark on a mammoth cycling challenge across the Pyrenees to raise money for two charities.

John Lyon pupils help combat Holiday Hunger by donating 538 kilos of food to the Harrow Foodbank

Pupils 'paid' to wear their own clothes with food donations to the Foodbank - The John Lyon School

Retiring Sibford Deputy Head gets gunged for charity

Sibford pupils marked the retirement of their Deputy Head by covering her from head to toe in green gunk... but it was all in the name of charity!

Sixth Form Fund Raisers Hit £4K Target for Cancer

The West Buckland School Sixth Form Charities Committee celebrated breaking the £4,000 barrier in their fund raising efforts for Teenage Cancer Trust.

24 Hour Charity Cycle at Merchiston Castle School

All Fifth Form (S4) boys at Merchiston Castle School completed their 24 Hour Charity Cycle on Tuesday.

Paddy Nugent of St Michaels Hospice with Headmaster Charlie Minogue, members of the school council and main fundraisers for the mud run.

Moor Park raise funds for St Michaels Hospice.

Each year the Moor Park student council have a chosen charity. This year the students chose to raise money for St. Michaels Hospice in Hereford, a local charity providing palliative care for patients and support for families.

William with Lesley Watts, CEO Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation

Churcher’s Fundraising Superstar

Churcher’s College Junior School are proud of their Year 5 pupil, William who recently spent an amazing day at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

The Kingsley School Build Dens to Save the Children

The Kingsley Preparatory School had a fun-filled day participating in Save the Children’s Den Day on Friday 16th June.

Sponsored bounce reaches great heights!

Pre-Prep children have been getting bouncy and active for a very special cause. They took part in a Sponsored Bounce as part of the School’s Big Sleuth fundraising for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.

St Mary’s delegation to the Round Square Conference in Cape Town (left to right): the school’s Round Square Representative and Head of History, Mr Ben

St Mary’s Colchester joins prestigious Round Square Organisation

A conference on global educational topics in Cape Town, South Africa, is St Mary’s first as a candidate member of the Round Square Organisation, a worldwide network of 180 top schools in 50 countries.

Old Swanbournian Luncheon at the Carlton Club

Old Swanbournians enjoyed a reunion at the Carlton Club last week.

Tockington children honour the armed forces

Year 6 children from Tockington Manor School attend the Service of Remembrance at the South West Woodland War Memorial

Pedal Power - King Edward's Charity Euro Cycle Challenge

Rather than kicking back and relaxing after completing their demanding IB exams, four pupils from King Edward’s Witley chose to embark on a gruelling ten-day European cycling challenge, to raise funds for charity.

International recognition for Haileybury Youth Trust

The Haileybury Youth Trust’s (HYT) work in Africa was recognised last night (Thursday 15 June) with a prestigious Ashden International Award, which was presented to the charity at the headquarters of the Royal Geographical Society in London.

UCS Hampstead Hosts Unique Community Arts Event on Father’s Day

On Sunday 18th June 2017 from midday until 3.00 pm UCS Hampstead Senior School (NW3 6XH) is hosting a bespoke community event ‘Beyond Art’ to celebrate the creative talents of students and organisations in the local community.

“Escape from Alcatraz” Lucy defies the odds with charity swim

A teacher from Taunton School, Lucy Turner, 43 from Halse near Taunton, has achieved the incredible “Sharkfest” challenge, swimming from the notorious Alcatraz prison after only recently recovering from major brain surgery.

Ryde School celebrate their Founders' Day with the Dean of Portsmouth

Ryde School’s Founders' Day Service took place on a beautiful sunny day in All Saints’ Church Ryde earlier this term.

Mike Finch’s widow, Wendy, is pictured with Toby Spence and the clock

Quaker clock donated to Sibford School in memory of former scholar

A traditional Quaker clock manufactured in the 1870s is returning 'home' after being donated to Sibford School in Oxfordshire in memory of a former scholar.

Three Friends Take On Seven Sisters in Support of Teenage Cancer Trust

Three Greenfield School pupils hiked the seven sister’s clifftop trail in order to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust and commemorate their final term at the school. The trio have raised an incredible £2500 and counting.

Cokethorpe Grow Award Winning Links with the Community

Junior School children at Cokethorpe School designed and planted twenty floral hanging baskets, which were given to deserving members of the community as part of their Level Five RHS Gardening Award.