Speakers & Visitors
Blue Coat pupils had a real treat when World Champion silver medallist and Olympian Hannah England joined them on the athletics track for a masterclass.
On Wednesday 15 May, HRH The Duke of Gloucester, KG, GCVO, SFI, inspected both Bedford Modern School and Bedford School’s Combined Cadet Forces (CCF). The event marked the Centenary of King George V’s visit to Bedford to inspect both Bedford School and Bedford Modern School’s Officer Training Corps’ on 27 June 1918.
Members of the Combined Cadet Force at Gordon’s School welcomed Wing Commander Martin Larwood-Hughes this week to review their Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force Sections for the Biennial Inspection.
Olympic Gold medallist in rowing, George Nash MBE, officially opened 'No 9' the new ergo centre at Gordon’s School on Saturday.
Ocean Polymers share thoughts and ideas on plastic waste in the oceans with the students at St Georges School Windsor Castle.
1982 Falklands War Veteran talks about his life and experiences.
The Leys hosted the three-day annual conference of the Methodist Independent Schools Trust (MIST) at the weekend (April 25-27). MIST is responsible for 14 schools across the UK which provide education with a Methodist ethos.
St Aubyn’s School pupils and staff were delighted to welcome Lord Lexden, President of the Independent Schools Association, on 26 April. Lord Lexden is a political historian and Conservative peer who took his seat in the House of Lords in 2011.
Children at King’s Ely Acremont and Nursery had a very special visitor as part of their Easter preparations in the form of an adorable donkey called Daisy!
Last week, Pre-Prep pupils at King’s Hall were treated to a visit from leading picture book author, Tracey Corderoy. Tracey is the author of over 70 books for children and is perhaps best known for her charming Shifty McGifty series.