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Careers conference sails to success

'˜Working as One' careers conference, which included talks from professionals, gives school gi...

Queen's girls prepare for future

Sixth Formers from The Queen’s School have been benefitting from some of the best leadership...

Students step into the Dragons' Den

Students at Oakwood School put their entrepreneurial skills to the test, competing to turn a £...

School levitates the science ladder

Sixty children from schools across Peterborough unite for a day of scientific discovery at Oun...

School marks More than a Centenary

Moreton School welcomed back former staff and Friends to its grounds last month, to mark the M...

Dauntsey'™s daunting dodecahedrons

A pupil from Millfield Prep School has won Dauntseys School'™s annual dodecahedron competition...

Malvern Old Girls' garden gathering

Unveiling of Malvern St James school '˜founder's garden' sees its patchwork past unified in co...

Students fly to new heights

Project to build and fly a WW1 replica plane underway at Sutton Valence, the first time a scho...

Students think big, give bigger

Oundle School joined the Big Give'™s Philanthropy in Schools programme, which looks to inspire...

Farlington girls get snapping

In late June, 15 Year 8 girls from Farlington School's ICT Club spent a photography-filled day...

Pupils invest in future

Students from Sussex school return from a London Academy of Training course, which saw them en...

Asia welcomes World Challenge pupils

Derby students have set off on an expedition to Uzbekistan and Kyrgztan, tackling the Silk Rou...

Anti-bullying theme announced

The Anti-Bullying Alliance launches the official theme of Anti-Bullying Week 2014, and announc...

Haileybury digs for centenary

Haileybury School is building a full-size replica of a WWI trench, as part of the centennial c...

Dauntsey-less perseverance prevails

Student sailors show that teamwork matters, participating despite adverse weather conditions i...

Tree planting tradition at Burgess Hill

Pupil at Burgess Hill School for Girls retires from her position as head girl in traditional t...

Burgess Hill linguist keeps climbing

Success continues for Burgess Hill language student, heading to China this month as a finalist...

Abingdon remembers its war dead

Posing for a photo in March 1914, nine of the young men from the Abingdon School Boat team wou...

School's out for summer

The summer holidays offer many opportunities for developing skills, as the experiences of stud...

Inspiring career advice

Can the independent sector support state schools to deliver more effective careers guidance? a...

Bethany'™s royal seal of approval

Her Majesty congratulates Bethany School'™s Anna Burnham for her portrait of the Queen created...

Bedford kids' quiz triumph

Bedford Modern Junior School (BMS) pupils win final of National Inter-School Quiz Championship...

Ascot school pupils Fringe-bound

Lambrook, the independent prep school near Ascot, is taking some of the youngest performers to...

Passing on the message

Badminton School is taking a pioneering approach to encouraging more girls to study science, s...

Challenge for Chester pupils

Mountain climbing, canoeing, gorge walking and high ropes, all part of a week's hard work at T...

WES launches outreach programme

The Women's Engineering Society (WES) launches Outreach Programme for Schools at Alton Conven...

Prep school poets get the muse

Children at Sutton Valence Prep School each learned a poem to perform for their peers, during ...

Team Farlington runs Race for Life

Over 120 girls, mothers and staff from Farlington School took part in Cancer Research UK'™s Ra...

Ellie'™s language of success

Burgess Hill sixth former Ellie Warner wins 'Argus Academic Achievement of the Year Award' pri...

Burgess Hill pupils win Craftsman prizes

Two students at Burgess Hill School for Girls won prizes in the Young Craftsman of the Year Co...

Farlington girls visit WWI battlefields

Farlington School's history scholars experienced a moving and informative trip to the battlefi...

Four generations at Manchester High

Four generations of former pupils from Manchester High School for Girls returned to their old ...

Festival opportunity for young artists

Artist offers students from Burgess Hill School for Girls his seafront gallery to exhibit thei...

Don't judge a book by its cover

Keir McDonald MBE, MD of Educare, on how poor body image can affect young people'€™s ability t...

School yearbook reaches 125th edition

The 2013-14 Independent Schools Yearbook, which includes all schools under the ISC umbrella, h...

Brett leads Brummie BioBlitz

BBC nature presenter and former pupil, Brett Westwood, led 25 boys from King Edward’s School...

Farnborough Hill celebrates 125 years

On Thursday 15 May, Farnborough Hill in Hampshire celebrated the 125th Anniversary of the foun...

Derby charity show raises £5k

Derby High School students were Top of the Pops when they put on a show that helped to raise £...

Hats off to Elms Junior

An impressive array of headwear was showcased by pupils at The Elms Junior School as they took...

Derby harpist's recording offer

A 14-year-old Derby High School harpist has been invited to record an album with a famous Brit...