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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...

Derby charity show raises £5k

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

Farnborough Hill celebrates 125 years

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

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...

Clayesmore create soaps for challenge

Clayesmore Senior School students bring out their entrepreneurial spirit and create their own ...

Nursery on a 20-year High

Church High nursery school has marked its 20th anniversary by bringing together current and fo...

Carfax: prep school success 'will continue'

Carfax Education Consultants comment as the Independent Schools' Council Census reveals drop i...

Saint Martin'™s girls win IT challenge

Two teams of girls from Saint Martin's School entered the British Computer Society's Challenge...

Bolton boys become beekeepers

Bolton School Beekeeping Club welcomes 20,000 strong colony of bees with the support of teache...

Pianist inspires Farlington pupils

Ukrainian virtuoso pianist Olga Paliy treats Farlington’s finest musicians to an intimate ma...

Edge Grove girl joins political spat

Year 7 pupil from Edge Grove school is invited to Westminster after commenting on MPs' '˜name-...

Burgess Hill girls win Gold Crest Award

Five Sixth Form science students from Burgess Hill School for Girls awarded after real-world e...

Bruton girls excel in language competition

BSG girls secure places in regional final of Routes into Languages Modern Foreign Language Com...

Political head-to-head at Brentwood

Brentwood students joined a political debate as East of England European election candidates c...

St Albans School on song at Awards

Musicians from St Albans School excelled at the finals of the St Albans Young Musician of the ...

Oundle wins Bank of England Challenge

Oundle School economics pupils are crowned winners of the National Finals of Bank of England C...

ISC census: sector shows resilience

Results of the ISC census 2014 are encouraging, with Prep schools in particular showing a sign...

Nottingham High School to admit girls

After 500 years of educating boys, Nottingham High School has announced that it will admit gir...

Rye Art Gallery launches student show

An exhibition entitled '14,709 miles travelled to here' has opened, showcasing the work of stu...

The sky is not the limit at Red Maids'™

Red Maids' school in Bristol will be able to study the stars in more detail, after receiving £...

African Choir performs at Saint Martin's

Saint Martin's School in Solihull welcomes back Destiny Africa Children's Choir, from the Kamp...

Sherborne girls walk on custard

Sherborne Girls get involved with the British Science Association'™s Demo Day by undertaking u...

Get into gear for Road Safety Week

Educators are being urged to start planning for the UK's biggest road safety event, which take...

Paris, Milan, London and Chester

Girls at The Queen's School paid homage to Paris Fashion Week with their very own creations wi...

Science & engineering winners announced

Pupils crowned UK young engineer and young scientist of the year at the National Science and E...

Little Monsters invade Loretto

Pupils from Loretto Junior School have set up their own business making a range of plastic mon...

Bright future for maths prodigy

Aged just 8, maths genius James Griffith from Musselburgh, Scotland, is almost certainly one o...

Farlington's Mocktail challenge

Farlington School's Year 9 take on interactive project to enable young people to explore safe ...

Happy birthday to Manchester High

Manchester High School for Girls celebrated its 140th anniversary on 14th March at the Bridgew...

All in the timing

A balanced revision study timetable helps school students continue to enjoy good times as well...

Dame delights Dauntsey's

Scottish percussionist and composer Dame Evelyn Glennie wows capacity audience at Dauntsey'€™s...

West End comes to Burgess Hill

Girls from Burgess Hill School have written and directed a play about WWI which has attracted ...

Hitchhiker's guide to Brentwood

Lost poetry penned by famous Old Brentwoods Griff Rhys Jones & Douglas Adams have been discove...

What has your child learned at school?

Julie Booth, Head of independent schools at SIMS Independent, discusses what constitutes a goo...

Student photographers take a dive

Art students at Saint Martin's School in Solihull took part in an underwater masterclass with ...

Sutton Valence graduates' design win

Two former students from Sutton Valence School, now studying interior design in London, have p...

Snail girl wins prize

Taunton school sixth-former has been awarded the Zoological Society of London’s prestigious ...