Checking out newly built classrooms, handing out hundreds of pieces of stationary and sports kit, providing study support and impromptu renditions of ‘500 Miles’ were all embraced as 12 Trent College students visited its two partner schools in Kenya.
Highfield Prep School welcomed Children of Hope Director, Juliet Burd to school recently as the community came together to celebrate the pupils’ successes during the academic year at its annual Speech Day.
The Friends of Hazlegrove were keen that the Hazlegroovy Ball celebrating 70 years of Hazlegrove should support a local charity. They managed to raise over £32,000 for PROMISEworks, a hugely worthwhile charity which mentors young people in the area.
Just before the end of term, 16 Sixth Form girls from Meynell House at King's College, Taunton, along with Deputy Housemistress Liz Gregory, slept outside to raise money for Taunton Association for the Homeless.
It’s been an action packed year for the pupils of Tockington Manor School who celebrated the school’s 70th birthday this year, founded in 1947 the school was originally set up as a boarding school to serve military families.
Maggie Alphonsi MBE, the face of international women’s rugby, who represented her country an impressive 74 times and helped England win a record breaking seven consecutive Six Nations crowns, was guest speaker at Barrow Hills’ annual Prize Giving.
Each year the Moor Park student council have a chosen charity. This year the students chose to raise money for St. Michaels Hospice in Hereford, a local charity providing palliative care for patients and support for families.
Pre-Prep children have been getting bouncy and active for a very special cause. They took part in a Sponsored Bounce as part of the School’s Big Sleuth fundraising for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.
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.
The Haileybury Youth Trust’s (HYT) work in Africa was recognised last night (Thursday 15 June) with a prestigious Ashden International Award, which was presented to the charity at the headquarters of the Royal Geographical Society in London.
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.