A recent study by the Health and Social Care Information Centre revealed that British girls, aged 15 to 19, are competing with middle-aged men as to who is the most
The Marist Preparatory School in Sunninghill was incredibly proud to learn last week that poetry written by two of their pupils has won first place and a highly
“Why headteachers should follow example of Francis” by Tara Holmes. Published in The Catholic Times 17th October 2014 Issue.
Every year, pupils at St George’s Junior School take part in the Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Appeal. The idea behind the Shoebox Appeal is simple. Children
The Trustees at Thornton College School for Girls, Convent of Jesus and Mary, are pleased to announce that Mrs Jo Storey has been appointed as the new Headmistress
Lower Sixth Form student Ben Davidson recently participated in the U16 England Cricket Development Programme Talent Testing at the National Cricket Performance
Speaking at the launch of Your Life, a campaign aiming to boost the numbers of pupils taking Physics and Maths at A Level, Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan said that
Students and staff from New Hall School in Chelmsford have produced a tribute to the “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red” poppy installation at the Tower of London.
The week before half term played host to the first ever ND6 Rag Week- and what a way to end half-term! The week entailed themed days with activities at break and lunch
Farnborough Hill is delighted that A level student Paloma Vince has been awarded the prestigious Frampton Prize by the Royal Historical Society for her outstanding