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.
Today the Neve family and Cranleigh School pupils, who left Cranleigh Prep School last year, finally met Austin, a beautiful guide dog puppy, who they sponsored in memory of Austin Neve, a former pupil here who loved dogs.
If you see lots of painted pigs around Haslemere in April don't be surprised. This is no April Fool, quite the opposite, and it's all for a good cause. Children at Barrow Hills School are fundraising through the 'Haslemere Hogs' event.
A group of Year 6 boys have made a big difference to KitAid, a charity which collects and sends unwanted football kits to children and adults who also love football but live in some of the poorest parts of the world.
Brave Mariam Herandi in Year 4 raised an astounding £2380 by donating 30cm of her hair during a "live chop" in assembly to raise money for Little Princess Trust and was a true inspiration to the whole school.
Pupils at TPS have had the opportunity to help build a bridge in one of the poorest communities in Malawi. Children were unable to reach their school as the bridge over the river had deteriorated until it was impassable.
Henna tattoos, organic farming, Diwali, world inequality and the Civil Rights movement in America were only some of the fantastic array of subjects investigated, practised and discussed by pupils in Years 3-8 at St Michael’s Prep School, Otford.
Our very own James Jones, Maintenance Manager at Beechwood Park recently travelled to Mount Everest and trekked 80 miles over 14 days at altitudes of up to 18,559 feet to reach Everest Base Camp, taking in the Kalla Patthar summit en route
To celebrate the 140th anniversary of the John Lyon School our newest boys in Y7 held a very special tree planting. The 140th tree is a sapling with quite a heritage; it is part of Chiswick House & Gardens Trust’s Cedar Conservation project
Imogen Boddy, 17, Sedbergh School Sportswoman of the Year 2015-16, has set herself a 12-hour tri-challenge on the 29th June this year, aiming to raise £3,000 for two charities she believes strongly in.
To mark the Centenary of the First World War and honour the brave souls who fell for our future, The Woodland Trust is planting a new Centenary Wood on the edge of Epsom Downs and a number of Homefield boys have been at the centre of the project.