As a member of the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST), Blackheath High School students were invited to attend the 2019 Inspiring Females Summit at Chelsea Football Club.
Rye St Antony’s Forest School welcomed a number of unusual guests this week in the shape of Stumpy the American alligator and Malcolm the python.
On Wednesday, 12 June 2019 the Nursery children were surprised with a visit from the Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service.
A group of 27 adventurous Fourth Form pupils from Dauntsey’s spent the end of half term taking part in the School’s annual Trek to the Stones expedition.
The temporarily promoted pupils each held their own assemblies, led meetings and taught classes at their respective schools.
Broadcaster, journalist and author Clare Balding visited James Allen’s Preparatory School last week to speak to their pupils, as well as pupils from Bessemer Grange Primary School and Lyndhurst Primary School about animals, sports and hobbies.
Year 7 girls at The Kingsley School in Leamington Spa participated in an interesting and novel way of finding out more about future career possibilities by interviewing a panel of mystery visitors about their fields of work.
Pupils at The Blue Coat School have been attempting to secure a Guinness World Records™title! The record-breaking project, spearheaded by Year 2 Co-ordinator, Mrs Nicola Wingfield, was a wonderful way to bring the whole school community together.
Nicky Morgan, MP for Loughborough and Chair of the Treasury Select Committee, delivered an insightful talk at University College School, Hampstead (UCS) on Thursday morning.
Pupils and teachers alike supported Year 6 pupil 'Mr' Ben Rissbrook who swapped places with Mr Simon Clarke, the headmaster, for a day this week. The day was a lot in the school's May Ball charity auction which raised over £20,000 for good causes.