A message from the Chair of CISC, Antonia Beary. Dear colleagues, I hope that this finds you refreshed after a restful holiday and raring to go… and for those in Senior schools, that exam results are all that you hoped for. I am mindful that for some colleagues it has been a difficult summer: our […]
Following great success across A Level subjects earlier this month, CISC member schools are celebrating once again as students collected their GCSE results last week. Our congratulations to all of the students on their many achievements and thanks to the staff who have taught, encouraged and supported them throughout.
Students at CISC schools are celebrating another outstanding year for A-Level results, with many students earning places at the top universities.
New Hall School is delighted to announce that Mr Andrew Fardell, the school’s Director of Music, has been appointed Deputy Principal from 1 September 2018. Mr Fardell graduated from the University of Kent and then studied on the postgraduate course at the Royal Academy of Music. He has served at New Hall for over 20 […]
“After studying the water issue, our class has become very passionate about this subject. We feel that it is up to us and anyone our age to help those in need: we are the ones who need to be educated about such things, so we can deal with them not only in the future, but […]
Tree planting ceremony with the current headmaster, Michael Connolly and two previous heads, along with former parent Rt Hon Anne Milton MP followed by Mass with Bishop Richard Moth rounds off Cranmore School’s 50th year celebrations. Our year of events to celebrate 50 years since the founding of the school was rounded off with a […]
The rationale Leadership matters. Unfortunately the standard of leadership on view recently in different parts of the world and in different sectors of modern life often leaves a lot to be desired. The bizarre and sometimes childish behaviour of some of our public figures and world leaders who hold the lives of so many in […]
There was a very enthusiastic response to the poetry competition, at least in the junior category, with almost 200 entries received. There were not enough entries for the senior category to proceed with awards, so the prizes are awarded in the junior category only. The winning poem on the theme of Pentecost is “Wild Fire” […]
Leweston’s Old Antonian, Florence, has produced a film to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week
Leweston’s OA, Florence Kosky, has written and directed a short film that has been launched this week to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week. Florence is now an Ambassador for the Mental Health Foundation and also works with PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide, a charity whose aim is to assist young people with mental health […]