Baroness Floella Benjamin made Prize Giving extra special for the pupils of St Joseph's In The Park this summer.
Burgess Hill Girls Sixth Formers have won second place in a prestigious national competition run by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW) – and they vow to come back next year to claim the top prize!
Old Monmothian Lewis Oliva won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games last year.
Wasps rugby player Joe Simpson was Guest of Honour at St Benedict’s Junior School Prize Giving this week. Joe is a former pupil of St Benedict’s Ealing, which he represented at both rugby and cricket.
It was a real treat to welcome to the school author and multi-award winning lyricist, Sir Tim Rice, for our Prize Day celebrations last week.
Exeter School Lower Sixth Former Eddy Lister featured on BBC Radio One’s podcasts, Life Hacks, talking about his Young Enterprise (YE) team’s Mindfulness card game.
Princethorpe pupils jumped at the chance to become super sleuths as they faced a detective themed, cluedo style, whodunit challenge for House Activities Day 2019.
All Hallows children were treated to a special assembly with an Amazon rainforest chief Ninawa. Learning about life in the forest first hand and the need to protect it was a perfect way to finish a year where environmental issues have been forefront.
After training with a day of walking in the Brecon Beacons and two days of rock climbing at Symonds Yat in the Wye Valley, the Mountaineering Club headed for Snowdonia for three days of scrambling and hillwalking.
There was a perceptible buzz of excitement this week at King’s College, Taunton as the school welcomed former England Rugby scrum-half and World Cup winner Matt Dawson.