Prep Pupils Help to Save the Elephants

Culford pupils welcomed Dr Niall McCann this week to present to pupils Life on the Conservation Frontline.

Perrott Hill's first Children's Literary Festival is a huge success

Two days, 10 authors, 150 children... The first Perrott Hill Children's Literary Festival - which was open to ALL children from the surrounding communities - got off to a flying start, with lots of imaginations being sparked.

Artist Lesley Seeger Visits Junior 5 Pupils

Artist Lesley Seeger came to visit Lathallan School Junior School pupils on Wednesday 31 May.

Olympian Visits Barrow Hills School

Children at Barrow Hills School were delighted to meet Olympic champion hockey player Helen Richardson-Walsh MBE last week when she dropped into the school to talk about the opportunities for women in sport and her personal journey to Olympic success

Danes Hill Matron Returns to School After 65 Years

Danes Hill welcomed a very special guest recently as Sue Wood, one of the first Matrons of the school, returned for a visit after 65 years.

BBC Any Questions? panel with Michael Connolly, Headmaster

BBC Radios 4's Any Questions?

Cranmore School hosts popular BBC Radio 4 programme

Chief Executive of MIND urges pupils to support one another

The Chief Executive of the mental health charity MIND talked to pupils at St Benedict’s. His main message was the importance of supporting one another – particularly timely in the run up to exams.

Code Breaking at LEH Junior School

Code breaking expert, James Grime, visited LEH Junior School to talk to UII and LII about codes and code breaking. James explained that he was a mathematician and had always been fascinated by codes.

General Election Candidates come to Brentwood School

‘Use your vote’ was the clarion cry of the candidates standing in the Brentwood & Ongar constituency as they addressed students at Brentwood School in a pre-election debate.

Cranleigh Schools Host Awesome Evening

Ross Welford wins inaugural Awesome Book Awards for Time Travelling with a Hamster

Oakham's Politics students learn about health policies

Chairman of the Dispensing Doctors’ Association Dr Richard West MBE spoke to Seventh Form Politics students on Monday, guiding them through the finer points of recent health policy as someone who lives it every day.

Dauntsey's welcomes Jeremy Bowen to the School

Dauntsey’s has been fortunate to welcome renowned journalist and BBC Middle East Editor Jeremy Bowen to the School for his lecture entitled 'Reporting on Conflict'.

Author Philip Reeve opens the refurbished library at Mount Kelly

Philip Reeve, the celebrated author and illustrator of children's literature, visited Mount Kelly in Tavistock to officially open the refurbished library.

The Paragon School receives a visit from a Red Arrows pilot!

The Paragon School, Bath were delighted to welcome Flight Lieutenant Joe Hourston from the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows.

Memory expert delivers annual science lecture

Professor Eleanor Maguire of University College, London delivered the annual Science Eckersley lecture - The past, present and future of memory - to a packed Bedales Theatre of students, staff, parents and the local community on 27 April.

Exeter Junior School pupils step back in time

Year 3 pupils spent the day with a Roman soldier from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum to learn more about the Celts and Romans.

Ed Smith Visits Swanbourne House

It was a great pleasure to welcome Ed Smith, former England cricketer and now journalist, commentator, author and academic at Buckingham University, to give the start of term lecture to 10s, 11s and Top Year pupils on Thursday 20th April.

HRH The Duchess of Gloucester opens new St Helen’s Junior School

On Tuesday 28th March Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Gloucester officially opened the new Junior School at St Helen’s School, Northwood.

Sustainable Development at The Oratory School

The Oratory School welcomed Dr Peter White from The World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Geneva, to engage with our students on the issues of climate, social and economic change facing us today.

Haileybury Model United Nations 2017

600 pupils and teachers from around the world came to Haileybury at the end of March to take part in its annual Model United Nations (HMUN) conference.

St Helen's welcomes it's first honorary 'Helkat' - Dame Katherine Grainger DBE

Dame Katherine Grainger DBE opens the school's amazing new Sports Centre.

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.

“Think about what you can do – not what you can’t”

Anne Dickins MBE, gold medallist at Rio Paralympics for paracanoeing, was this year’s speaker at Woldingham School's Parents and Staff Association (WPSA) annual Dineen Lecture.

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.

TV Vet Marc Abraham returns to John Lyon

‘Marc the Vet’ is a practicing veterinary surgeon, author, animal welfare campaigner and Old Lyonian. He returned to School on Friday 3rd March to give a talk on animal welfare and his fond memories of life at The John Lyon School.

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 Glen

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

St Andrew's celebrates an animal themed World Book Day

St Andrew’s School Woking celebrated World Book Day using an animal inspired theme throughout the school and inviting the authors Zehra Hicks, Jo Franklin and Ruth Galloway for a day of workshops to inspire the children to create their own books.

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.