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Wilde for the Olympics?

Sixteen-year-old Queen's College, Taunton, pupil Rebecca Wilde has won over 300 swimming medal...

Sport for all

Schools which use their sports facilities to connect to their immediate community can benefit ...

Summer blues

John Claughton, Chief Master of King Edward's School, Birmingham, warns against the marginalis...

Direct benefits

More and more independent schools are ensuring that a Director of Sport is the first name on t...

Dress for success

London 2012 was a triumph for Team GB, especially for the independent sector. And Squadkit wan...

Chester girl wins Vienna women'€™s 10k

A Queen's School pupil, Isobel Gelder, came first in her age group in the largest all women'€™...

Karate kid an inspiration

Pupil from Oakwood Preparatory School in Chichester achieves karate success despite suffering ...

Bicknell bowls up at Edge Grove

Ex-England cricketer Martin Bicknell visits Edge Grove Prep school'€™s cricket academy in Hert...

St Lawrence opts for GFORCE kit

When top private school St Lawrence College decided that it needed to upgrade its sports kit, ...

Wembley win for Bolton Junior Boys

Representing Bolton Wanderers, Bolton School Junior Boys' football team has won the Football L...

Gunnell hosts campaign launch

Olympic gold medallist, Sally Gunnell OBE, launches Godolphin & Latymer's Capital Campaign wit...

World gold for Kerenza

Plymouth College multi-eventer, Kerenza Bryson, has won team gold for Great Britain at the Wor...

Double British fencing title for Tia

Plymouth College fencer Tia Simms Lymn has won two categories in the British Youth Fencing Cha...

Study: 'green exercise' benefits health

Children who are exposed to scenes of nature while exercising are more likely to experience he...

Plymouth swimmers head for Glasgow

Three Plymouth College swimmers and three OPMs will swim for their nations in this summer's Co...

Deputy head’s big leap

Kent College Pembury’s deputy head Tony Kirk-Burgess wows students by parachute jumping over...

Evie dives for gold

St Swithun's Junior School pupil, 11-year-old Evie Johnson, has been awarded gold at the Natio...

Win a sport star for your school!

Win a visit to your primary school from a national sporting hero in a new competition which la...

Trent wins hockey championship

Trent College pupils from Nottingham beat local rivals to win the 2014 National Under 16 Hocke...

Fear of sports failure leads to 'choking'

A new study by Coventry University and Staffordshire University shows that anxiety makes almos...

Haley smashes school records for six!

An extraordinary innings by Eltham College cricket captain, George Haley, saw records tumble i...

British biathlon title for young athletes

Plymouth College modern pentathlon scholars returned from the British Schools'€™ Biathlon Cham...

Loretto Golf'€™s indoor upgrade

Loretto Golf Academy, one of Scotland's leading centres for golf development, unveils plans fo...

Badminton star Lizzie set for success

A Formby schoolgirl has been chosen to represent England in a number of international badminto...

Record-breaking maths teacher

Concord school maths teacher, John Bernasconi, breaks world record at the British power liftin...

Loretto school wins hockey trophy

Loretto School Under 15 Hockey team beat Douglas Academy 3-1 in the Boys Scottish Schools Cup ...

Trent are U18 NatWest Vase champions

Trent College claimed victory on their first ever appearance in a NatWest Schools' Cup competi...

Loretto golfers win for Scotland

Loretto Golf Academy secure the Independent Schools'™ Golf Association Home Internationals for...

Burgess Hill linguist heads for China

Sixth form student to represent the UK at the International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL) 2014 in...

IET launches new sports supplement

Why independent school sport is flourishing like never before: read all about it in IET'™s fab...

Stevensons launch new sportswear range

Stevensons, the renowned school sportswear retailer, recently launched their '€˜MCMXXV'€™ besp...

Eat to compete

Simon Fry offers some sound advice on how to feel tip-top with ten top tips for healthy sports...

Millfield's marvels

A selection of famous Millfield School alumni recall the influence the school had on their spo...

Associating with success

An at-a-glance guide to some of the key organisations of interest to anyone working in the ind...

Surface attraction

A multi-use games area may offer the ideal solution for schools trying to appeal to pupils wit...

Good sports

John Claughton, Chief Master of King Edward's School, Birmingham, reflects on the important ro...

Beginner's ruck

Luke Evans finds out why going on a rugby trip with King Edward's School, Birmingham, can buil...

Brentwood Prep en garde!

Brentwood Prep'™s Under 11 Girls' fencing team scooped gold in last weekend'™s British School ...

This sporting life

Independent Education Today editor Dave Higgitt shares a few moves with Taunton School's head ...

Loretto'™s golf triumph

Scotland's Loretto Golf Academy dominate the Desert Springs European Schools Golf Team Champio...