Monday 24th April 2017
Bruton, 21 April 2017: After a gruelling season, Sexey’s School’s Year 8 netball squad was announced County Champions after winning all of their games in the Somerset County finals held at Millfield Senior School yesterday.
The girls won their matches 6-4 against The Castle School, 22-4 against Crispin and won their final game 10-6 against Haygrove... Read more »
Monday 10th April 2017
Young musicians displayed a wide range of instrumental and vocal skills to an audience of students, staff, parents and governors as the Duke of York’s Royal Military School held its annual Musician of the Year competition.
Six students competed in the Instrumental Category and six in the Vocal Category in a closely-fought contest staged in the state-of-the-art... Read more »
Tuesday 4th April 2017
The sun is out, the daffodils are blooming and lambs are gambling in the fields around us. These are all the signs of Easter and the holidays approaching. Last weekend we enjoyed our annual Easter egg hunt and team games where laughing and making a mess seemed to be the order of the day. A fun filled afternoon was spent resulting in much chocolate egg guzzling... Read more »
Friday 31st March 2017
Old Swinford Hospital beat St Olave’s Grammar School 25-13 to win the U18 NatWest Bowl Final at Sixways Stadium on 28 March 2017
The Stourbridge school renowned, among other things for its rugby prowess, qualified for the National Final at Sixways Stadium following a number of tough games, defeating teams in Gloucester, Sussex and Surrey.... Read more »
Wednesday 29th March 2017
This afternoon (Monday 27th March) a group of 17 boarders from Keswick School, along with our headteacher and another staff member, took advantage of the stunning weather to enjoy half a day off timetable developing our teamwork skills. The event took place at Glaramara activity centre, where we participated in a number of team-building challenges to improve our resilience,... Read more »
Monday 20th March 2017
We are pleased to post the following article which has appeared recently in online news
This mixed-sex comprehensive in the centre of the beautiful Lake District is one of only 37 state boarding schools in the country. It was founded in the 14th century by local clergyman Sir Thomas de Eskhead, and boarding pupils still attend Crosthwaite church, where he... Read more »
Thursday 16th March 2017
The teaching of Music and Modern Languages has been given the Royal seal of approval from The Prince’s Teaching Institute.
Lancaster Royal Grammar School recently received The Prince’s Teaching Institute Mark for 2016.
The Prince’s Teaching Institute recognises and rewards school departments that develop inspirational ideas and activities... Read more »
Wednesday 25th January 2017
Year Nine pupils from Adams’ Grammar School gave up the first day of their holiday to give a Christmas party for children who use a nearby Barnardo’s Centre.
The five boys organised the event at Cannock Childrens Centre for 45 children under eight years old. They provided party food, games and craft making activities with the highlight being a visit from... Read more »