Year 6 pupil Rosie Smith from The Hawthorns School in Bletchingley raised over £600 this summer for the charity The Little Princess Trust.
Spratton Hall Pre-Prep is really proud to have taken part in the Sal’s Shoes ‘Toe to Toe’ charity project again this year.
Two pupils from Hallfield School conquered Mount Snowdon and raised a whopping £3,236 to feed less fortunate children hundreds of miles away.
Barrow Hills School threw open its doors to the public for guided tours of the historic building and grounds on Saturday 15th September, for the fourth consecutive year, in a special event designed to bring local history and heritage to life.
Junior Boys at Bolton School have presented a cheque for £2,000 to Alzheimer’s Society following their Fun Run at the end of last year. The event raised £8,000 in total, which will be split between for four charities chosen by pupils.
A pupil from King Edward’s Witley has stepped in to offer his artistic skills to this year’s Haslemere Hares, an innovative community arts project designed to promote the town through the powerful medium of art.
70 Senior School girls were busy building fires, learning knife skills and building a camp when the three-year-old children of Stepping Stones arrived.
The money raised will go towards the cost of a new boat in honour of pupil, Tom Walker, who died suddenly and unexpectedly in June, at the age of 13, and to Cancer Research Wales.
Dean Close Preparatory School pupils welcomed Sergeant George Riley (Tony Davies) and Nurse Henrietta Hall (CJ) to talk about the War from a soldier’s and a nurse’s perspective, as part of an extensive programme to comme
From 8th – 22nd July Señora Nullens and Ms Owens accompanied eight girls from Y11-13 on a life-changing Girls4Girls trip to Sri Lanka with Inspire Worldwide.
Portsmouth High School girls received awards and trophies from Portsmouth Police's District Commander, Maggie Blyth, at a prestigious awards ceremony.