Year 10 GCSE Drama pupils at Exeter School enjoyed an improvisation workshop by former pupil and actor Imogen Butler-Cole. All 29 pupils attended one of two 90 minute improvisation workshops with Imogen who attended Exeter School from 1993-1995.
“Never give up, however many challenges you may face” – that was the message from mountaineer Nigel Vardy as he encouraged students at Trent College to scale the highest possible heights of their ambitions on Wednesday (23 November).
There is nothing like learning from the experts and students at Trent College had the chance to really stretch their mythical storytelling imaginations when award-winning author, Sarah Mussi, visited the Long Eaton school on Monday 21 November.
On Friday 18th November we were visited by Nicola Turner Inman, an Old Girl of St Mary’s who left in 1995 and who now works as the Assistant to the Deputy Surveyor of the Queen’s Works of Art, otherwise known as The Royal Collection.
A large audience of pupils, parents, friends and former pupils gathered in St Swithun’s School, Winchester performing arts centre to listen to ultra-running enthusiast, development consultant and St Swithun’s parent Mr Javed Bhatti in mid-November.
Popular children’s author and storyteller, Margaret Bateson-Hill, visited Homefield on the last Wednesday before half-term to hold some unique and memorable sessions with boys from Nursery through to Year 4.
On Wednesday 12 October, Shiplake College's Sixth Form Society arranged a rather unusual form of evening entertainment: a visiting hypnotist! The spell-binding experience was arranged by Sixth Formers.
The students from Moreton First met a special visitor, the Shrewsbury Town Crier recently. He told the pupils about the history surrounding his job title and how he is a body double for Hagrid in the Harry Potter films!
Paralympic cyclist and gold medallist, Megan Giglia, visited Malvern St James Girls’ School to inspire the girls and talk to them about her experiences of overcoming adversity to become the best in her sport.
Bedford School Fifth Former Luke Lee gave an inspiring talk to the Biology Society about his time over the summer working with researchers who were trying to clone a mammoth following the discovery of a 40,000-year-old frozen specimen in Siberia.