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.
On Tuesday 13th June, Miss Stanbridge, Kinvara (Year 8), Georgie (Year 7) and Emma (Year 6) bravely took part in a charity haircut (cutting off at least 7 inches!) in aid of the inspirational charity, The Little Princess Trust.
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.
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.
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.
On Wednesday we welcomed choristers from eight foundations in the Western Region of the Choir Schools Association together with a choir from St Peter’s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton for a sports afternoon.
Wellington returned to the Chelsea Flower Show for a second time, with the beautiful ‘Breaking Ground’ garden, designed by Wilson McWilliam Studio, picking up a gold medal in the Show Gardens category.
State boarding school, Gordon’s School, located near Woking and Surrey Heath, has held a week of activities, organised by students, to raise money and awareness for LGBT+ inclusion charity ‘Educate and Celebrate’.
Hundreds of children, parents and grandparents came together at Westbourne House School Pre-Prep, Chichester, West Sussex, to enjoy a raft of water-themed activities, including canoeing on the school’s lake.
Barrow Hills School is celebrating raising £2,458 for local charities via the School’s annual Lent Appeal which saw all the children from Nursery through to Year 8 participate in an imaginative range of fund-raising activities.
Preparations for the forthcoming Community Sea Conservation Parade in June were featured on BBC South Today this week in a live link interviewing those involved in the puppetry and mask-making workshop.