Action-man Matt Dickinson gives creative writing workshop to Glenalmond College

BBC documentary filmmaker, conqueror of Mount Everest and successful children’s author, Matt Dickinson, spent a whole morning with lucky Third Formers at Glenalmond College, spearheading a creative writing workshop.

Frank Gardner inspires pupils at Godolphin

BBC Security Correspondent visits as part of Godolphin's 'Inspiring People' lectures.

Gino D'Acampo joins Cranleigh Prep World Book Day celebrations

There was a wonderful buzz at Cranleigh Prep School when Gino D'Acampo joined their World Book Day Celebrations. With a charity breakfast for parents, before a hilarious presentation from Gino, the School raised over £1400 for the charity, Delight.

Intrepid rally driver inspires pupils at King’s Ely Junior

Rally driver Tina Kerridge Reynolds whizzed along to King’s Ely Junior – much to the delight of pupils.

Author Caroline Lawrence Talks Classics

Talbot Heath school were very pleased to welcome bestselling author Caroline Lawrence, this week, to talk to all of the Classics students about her exciting life as an author.

Bestselling author inspires Exeter School pupils

Exeter School celebrated the Ides of March, the day Julius Caesar met his end, with a visit by bestselling author Ben Kane who discussed his passion for Roman times, equipped with a complete legionary’s equipment including chain mail and gladius.

Nursery & Pre-Prep Children Welcome Some Unusual Visitors

On Tuesday 14th March, the children at Northbourne Park School's Nursery and Pre-Prep were very excited to welcome their very special visitors from ZooLab.

Geography Conference: Making Waves at Talbot Heath School

Nicholas Crane, BBC television presenter, explorer, writer and President of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) spoke to a packed audience at Talbot Heath School on Tuesday 7th March.

Lord Winston delivers fascinating lecture at Taunton School

Taunton School was delighted to host world-renowned Professor of Fertility Studies, Robert Winston at a free public lecture last night.

Hats off to children's author

Hat's the way to do it ... children’s author Katherine Woodfine made sure she got a head start when she visited Sibford School in Oxfordshire to chat about her latest novel.

England cricketers Graeme Swann, Chris Read and Stuart Broad are joined by Trent College students Chris Gibson, Josh Pavis, Harvey Doleman, Sarah Glenn, Tim Wyatt and Sam Riordan with Trent College Head of Cricket, Scott Boswell and school Head, Mr Bill P

Ashes Winners Enthral As Sporting Dinner Raises £6,000 For Charity

Ashes winners Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann and Notts CC captain, Chris Read, discussed everything from the new England captain to Notts CC’s hopes for the 2017 season as they inspired students and guests at the annual Trent College Sporting Dinner

Celebrating World Book Day with Young Sherlock Author Andrew Lane

There was no mystery as to why the children were excited to come to school on Thursday last week - the chance to dress-up in princess gowns and superhero capes and to learn some fabulous writing tips...

Leading scientists inspire and inform Oakhamians

The Physicist who built the most accurate thermometer ever made has visited Oakham School to inspire the next generation of scientists.

GB Wheelchair Basketball star visits Lower School

U23 star Alex Mitton spoke to and trained some of Norwich School’s young pupils.

Nick Butterworth visits Holmwood House

The popular author, Nick Butterworth, visited Holmwood House recently.

Feltonfleet pupils meet Squishy McFluff author, Pip Jones

Children at Feltonfleet were excited to meet acclaimed children’s author, Pip Jones, when she visited the school two days before World Book Day.

Mabel Jones Author Visits School

Highfield Prep School welcomed children’s author Will Mabbitt to school recently to talk about how he comes up with ideas for his stories.

‘Grow Your Amazing Brain’ from the Raising Resilience Team

Lady Eleanor Holles Junior School welcomed the Raising Resilience team in to talk to UI and FI before the February half term holiday.

Mariella Frostrup inspires Dauntsey's pupils

Mariella Frostrup has delivered an insightful talk to pupils at Dauntsey's called ‘What you won't find on Google’. The talk was the latest in the School's series of Mercers' Lectures.

Top Secret: Espionage comes to Oundle

On Tuesday 17 January, espionage came to Oundle School as the Business Language Champions (BLC) were proud to co-host ‘The Word is not Enough’ with friends from GCHQ.

Stonyhurst welcomes Sarah Teather from the Jesuit Refugee Service

On Thursday 9th February, sixth form pupils at Stonyhurst College welcomed Sarah Teather, director of the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) who spoke about the work the JRS are doing to help refugees all over the world.

Book Events Make Reading Spellbindingly Good Fun

Reading has been made magical at Trent College as the school celebrated national Harry Potter Book Night last week and popular children’s author Cathy Cassidy brought literature to life for more than 200 young people when she visited the school too.

John Glen MP Visits The Oratory

Mr John Glen MP attended assembly at The Oratory School and gave the boys an inspiring first hand insight into life as an MP.

Talking chimps with Ben Garrod

On Wednesday 25 January the school was lucky enough to welcome Ben Garrod - evolutionary biologist, great ape conservationist and broadcaster. Ben spent the day discussing his work in great ape conservation and with the Jane Goodall Institute.

Stuart Andrew MP Visits ‘Outstanding’ Horsforth Nursery

Stuart Andrew, MP for Pudsey, Horsforth and Aireborough visited First Steps at Froebelian Nursery in Horsforth recently to congratulate them on being awarded 'outstanding' in their first ever Ofsted inspection.

Bestselling Author Visit

Best-selling author Bruno Vincent came to Barrow Hills to present a creative workshop to discuss the art of storytelling. His contemporary rewrites of Enid Blyton’s the Famous Five, are flying off the shelves.

TV Adventurer Simon Reeve visits students at Taunton School

Taunton School was delighted to welcome adventurer, bestselling author and award winning TV presenter, Simon Reeve on Wednesday, 1st February for a Q&A session with students.

Stonyhurst St Mary's Hall welcomes Holocaust refugee and survivor

Pupils from Stonyhurst St Mary's Hall listened in amazement as Lady Milena Grenfell-Baines, one of the 669 children who escaped from Czechoslovakia aboard a Winton train, shared her childhood stories and life growing up in Britain.

Life Education Bus rolls into Hunter Hall

The Life Education bus made a pit stop at Hunter Hall School last week. The team on board facilitate learning in this unique environment about all aspects of Personal, Social and Health Education.

Former International Rugby player, Emma Croker visits Old Buckenham Hall

Pupils at OBH were inspired by Emma Croker when she visited the school recently to talk about her life experiences and lead some training sessions.

Peers from House of Lords Visit St George’s Ascot

St George’s School, Ascot hosted a talk from members of the House of Lords on Friday, 27 January 2017 to encourage pupils to become more engaged with the political and parliamentary process.

Prime Minister Opens Eco Garden

While Donald Trump was being sworn in as President of the United States of America last Friday, Prime Minister Theresa May was giving an assembly to school children and opening their new Eco Garden.

Micklefield School welcomes Team GB Olympic Gold Medallist, Sophie Bray MBE.

Micklefield School had a very exciting visitor to school this week getting the Spring Term off to a truly golden start.