Over £5,000 raised for Leatherhead youth charity

Local charity Leatherhead Youth Project (LYP) hosted their first ever Gala Dinner in June in order to raise much needed funds for their work with local young people.

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.

Getting the chop 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.

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.

Pupils raise astonishing £2,335.17 for NSPCC

Pupils from Bellan House have raised an astounding £2,335.17 for the charity NSPCC by going on a sponsored walk to Admiral Rodney’s Pillar on Breidden Hill, Powys.

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.

King’s Ely Junior pupil raises funds for children’s hospice

Jack Cheale was among around 1,000 people who took part in the annual Sunrise Walk in London. The walk is organised to raise funds for the Shooting Star Chase Children’s Hospice.

Choir Schools Association Sports Afternoon and combined Evensong

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.

Bronze Award for Grace Dieu’s Eco-conscious pupils!

Pupils from Grace Dieu Manor School in Thringstone are delighted to have been awarded their first Eco School flag - the Bronze Award!

Pupils' joyful concert raises £3k for African Children's Choir

Over 200 pupils took to the stage with the African Children’s Choir to perform a joyful concert which celebrated life and the uniting power of music.

Stonewall Recognise Students’ Work to Promote Diversity

Students from Bishop’s Stortford College were overjoyed to be presented with a Stonewall Young Campaigners Award in recognition of their work to raise awareness of equality and diversity issues.

Hilden Oaks children raise over £2,000 for Cancer Research UK

On Thursday 18th May, every child at Hilden Oaks School, from Reception to Year 6, took part in the Cancer Research UK Race for Life Schools’ 5k run, raising a phenomenal £2,000 and counting...

Beechwood Park's Music Teacher to Cycle Solo across Canada for Charity

Usually found attached to a violin or ukulele, Mr Buckton music teacher at Beechwood Park School is about to set off on an epic solo bike ride across Canada in aid of SOS Children's Villages.

Moulsford hosts WalkWithMe and Little WalkWithMe 2017

Over £45,000 raised for Action Against Cancer and the Sue Ryder Hospice at Nettlebed on charity walk through the Chilterns, starting and finishing on the banks of the Thames at Moulsford.

2017 Moulsford Boys’ Cake Off raises £1,100 for Style Acre and Mary’s Meals

Winners’ certificates presented by Style Acre judges and Great British Bake Off contestant Christine Wallace

Wellington Master runs the Marathon des Sables

Wellington College's Master, Julian Thomas, runs the Marathon des Sables to raise money for St Michael’s Girls’ Primary School in Uganda.

Gold Medal at Chelsea for Wellington College's Breaking Ground Garden

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.

King’s Ely students to go the extra mile for charities

King's Ely Senior students Rebecca Garrett and Sophie Wood have decided to go the extra mile, literally, to raise as much as they can for Cancer Research UK and Alzheimer’s Research UK.

Surrey School Raises £2,000 for LGBT+ Charity

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’.

Family Fun Day at Westbourne House

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.

Bancroft's Prep Think Outside the Car

Members of Bancroft’s Prep School in Woodford Green, Essex and their parents were encouraged to “Think outside of the car” for a week in May.

Uphill Climb for a Good Cause

Girls and staff at Malvern St James Girls’ School took to the Malvern Hills recently to fundraise for Malvern Special Families.

Barrow Hills' Children Raise Funds for Local Charities

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.

BBC South Today Film at Talbot Heath

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.

Sponsored Action Day for charity

Senior pupils raise funds for charities with sponsored performances

Keep on running... for charity

Clayesmore Prep School has raised an impressive £5,017.84 for charity with a range of events, including a Sponsored Fun Run.

Sandroyd's fantastic fete raises funds for Macmillan Cancer Care

Pupils and parents at Sandroyd have put on another fantastic summer fete raising well over £1500 for Macmillan Cancer Care, this years’ School charity.

RMS Students raise £12,000 for SPARKS Charity

It has been a bumper year of fundraising by The Royal Masonic School For Girls who have handed over a cheque for £12,000 to the children's medical research charity SPARKS.

Head Girl Leaps from Plane!

Newly appointed Head Girl at St Mary's Shaftesbury took part in a charity sky dive earlier this month to raise funds for Lubasi Home in Zambia which a group of students will visit later this summer.