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.

Norwich School pupils run the length of Britain in a day for charity

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.

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.

Taunton’s unique Outdoor Activity & Community Centre

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.

Belmont Children raise £1,800 for Kent, Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance

Belmont Children Raise Money for Kent, Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance - Belmont Preparatory School

King Edward's Witley Marks 150 Year Anniversary and London Birthplace

King Edward’s Witley celebrated the planting of a holly tree in the grounds of St Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, to commemorate the School’s London birthplace.

The RGSW and AOS Foundation Launch

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.

Hornsby House School are supporting the Little Village charity

Hornsby House have been raising money and collecting donations for the Little Village charity, which has its headquarters a few streets away from the school.

Ardingly College students are 'Dementia Friends'

Ardingly College are working with the Alzheimer's Society to raise awareness of dementia. The aim is to try to educate pupils on how to interact with and understand people with dementia.

Fantastic Fundraising at Chafyn Grove

Chafyn Grove presented a cheque to The Gurkha Welfare Trust for £890.72

The Downs Light Railway 90th Anniversary

The Downs Light Railway celebrated its 90th anniversary on Sunday 30th April and Monday 1st May.

Has he walked 500 miles?

Alex walks 10,000 steps a day for charity

Excitement builds for Bourton Arts Festival

Pinewood School is looking forward to a weekend of Music, Art, Drama & Dance as the first ever Bourton Arts Festival fast approaches.

Excitement builds for Bourton Arts Festival

Pinewood School is looking forward to a weekend of Music, Art, Drama & Dance as the first ever Bourton Arts Festival fast approaches.

Into the Dragons’ Den

Seven shortlisted Virgin Money ‘Make Your Money Grow’ Maths teams from Exeter Junior School presented their products to a team of ‘Dragons’

'What Makes You Different Makes You Beautiful'

We at The Downs Malvern are all pleased to be able to support a wonderful new charity in Malvern, the 'Special Needs Support Network: What Makes You Different Makes You Beautiful'.

Year 7 pupils visit chosen charity, Frensham Ponds Sailability

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.

Teacher’s skydive to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust

Teacher raises over £7,000 in memory of former student.

Pre-Prep bury time capsule for 500th anniversary

Pupils of Berkhamsted School are looking to the future to help preserve memories of the past.

Norwich School to host Norfolk Children’s Book Festival

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.

Grandparents Afternoon at Brighton and Hove Prep

Pupils at Brighton and Hove Prep invited their Grandparents and guests for an afternoon of tea, cake and music at their annual "Grandparents Afternoon" event.

Exeter Junior School entrepreneurs make over £1000 for charity

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)

Westbourne House School exhibition raises £3000+

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.

Charities Fair at The Downs Malvern!

The children at The Downs Malvern held their Lent Term Charities Fair on Friday 24th March, and the takings have been counted...

EarthWyz Festival makes a huge impact at Hazlegrove

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.

An African Adventure

Pupils, staff and parents from Highfield Prep School, part of the Harrogate Ladies’ College family of schools, have returned from the trip of a lifetime to Uganda.

Udderly Amazing MK50 Celebrations

As part of Milton Keynes turning 50 this year Milton Keynes Prep School have designed and sponsored one of 50 cows which will be used as part of the celebrations

HRH The Duchess of Gloucester joins King Edward's Witley for Anniversary Service

HRH The Duchess of Gloucester joined King Edward's Witley in a triumphant thanksgiving anniversary service at Southwark Cathedral marking 150 years since the School's move to the Surrey Hills.

Six year old Oliver walks 13 miles to raise hundreds for children's charity

A kind-hearted little boy has walked the distance of a half marathon to raise more than £600 for a children’s charity.

Prior Park Prep School ‘tries’ new RFU community approach

Prior Park Prep School is to share its facilities and passion for rugby with local Cricklade children, as part of an Old Mutual Wealth Kids First England Rugby initiative.

Cobham Hall Girls Running Blind for RSBC

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.

Triathlon Swells Charity Coffers

Brentwood School’s first ever Triathlon – open to staff and students – raised over £3200 for Home-Start Chelmsford, a charity which supports vulnerable families in their own homes.

Parents For Parity Business Breakfast

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.