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.
Members of Nelson House ran the 970,000 km around the school’s athletics track, a total of 2425 laps. The effort started before school at 7am, with the mammoth task completed just before 6pm, raising nearly £2400 for Nelson's Journey and the RNLI.
The Centre for Outdoor Activity and Community Hub (COACH) officially opened its doors appropriately on 'Somerset Day', 11th May, with a vibrant day of outdoor activities for school children, local businesses and the community.
On Tuesday evening members of the School community gathered to mark the launch of The RGSW and AOS Foundation. The Foundation is a new charity that has been established with the sole purpose of raising funds to further the education of pupils.
Four Year 7 pupils at Cranleigh Prep School enjoyed an action-packed visit to Frensham Pond Sailability, a charity supported by their year group, which provides a wide range of sailing experiences for people with disabilities.
Norwich School is looking forward to its sixth Book Festival in July. 25 local schools will join us in Norwich Cathedral to promote literacy by encouraging young people across Norfolk to read good quality literature.
Exeter Junior School pupils, parents and staff are celebrating a successful week of selling products as part of the Virgin Make £5 Grow scheme in aid of Comic Relief, Cancer Research UK and SANDS (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Charity)
The Secret Art exhibition at Westbourne House, which closed on Friday 24 March and featured postcard-sized works by pupils, amateurs and professional artists, raised over £3000 for the school’s charities.
Hazlegrove's Festival of Sustainability 'EarthWyz' was a huge success with pupils, teachers and parents alike. The week full of eco-related activities has inspired everyone to try and do their bit to help protect the environment.
Cobham Hall girls showed their spirit when they supported Voice and Piano Tutor Mr Matthew Haas' fundraising efforts for the Royal Society of Blind Children. Mr Haas, who will be running the London Marathon for the charity, organised a Blind Run.
To mark International Women’s Day #BeBoldForChange on March 8th, and as part of the events for National Careers Week, Talbot Heath school hosted a Business Breakfast with parents and pupils from Lower and Upper 5.