Nower Wood, run by Surrey Wildlife Trust, is approximately 80 acres of ancient woodland sitting on a clay cap at the head of a dry valley. The wood is mentioned in the Doomsday Survey.
Coinciding with International Day of the Girl, on Wednesday 11 October, St Mary’s School, Cambridge hosted its fifth Girl Power conference for students in Year 11 to the Upper Sixth, from 16 Girls’ Schools Association (GSA) East Region schools and local state schools. In partnership with the Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology, where the […]
If you haven’t already entered your school for this year’s Christmas Card Competition, now is the time to act!
On 17 October, New Hall School, Chelmsford, welcomed Heads of RE/Theology from Catholic Independent Schools across the country, as well as from local diocesan schools. The main focus of the day was to share best practice and develop subject knowledge with regards to Judaism and the new GCSE specifications. The keynote speakers included Dr Jonathan […]
On Monday 25 September, members of the Rotary Club of Ascot visited The Marist to present awards to pupils whose photography skills shone in this year’s Rotary Club Young Photographer of the Year competition.
Princethorpe College is delighted and proud that its Head Girl and Upper Sixth Form student,
CISC schools have taken the changes to the GCSE exam system in their stride and have produced an outstanding set of results under the old and new grading systems. The exam results, coupled with a spiritual and moral formation, confirm that Catholic independent schools offer exceptional value not only to individual pupils but to the […]