20/03 Pupils at Sibford School in Oxfordshire were joined by astronomer, Dr Johanna Jarvis, as they experienced the eclipse.
20/03 Amazing, unbelievable, fantastic, wow, echoed around the science suite this week as Staines Preparatory School went all out for science week!
20/03 Spratton Hall entered the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Competition along with 2000 other schools from all around the world – and Spratton Hall was delighted to be awarded 1st place. The title was 'We Can Heal Our World' and this theme had to be interpreted by filling a wall space 6x6ft and a table 6ftx2ft using art, poetry, sculpture and words to create a mini-exhibition.
20/03 Students at St Columba's Prep School had an interesting week celebrating National Science and Engineering Week.
Thanks to smartphones, emails can be sent from any location, even – as some reported – from the side of the road on the way back from the school run. Unfortunately, senders tend to harbour the expectation of an instant response and many of the emails sent are used to vent emotion.
'If choosing a colour is tricky, there is always celebrity endorsement. This can help narrow down the choice for you, if your criterion is to copy the Duchess of Cambridge or a Kardashian'
19/03 And so Knighton House skipped; from 9.00am until 4.15pm, without a break. With the help of the eldest girls, Nursery skipped with hoops, while elsewhere the rest of the school sang skipping songs and chanted skipping rhymes and practised their skipping moves raising tons of money for The British Heart Foundation.
19/03 Broomwood Hall girl put through to national house design competition final!