Wednesday 7th October 2020
Amidst the ‘new normal’ old boarders have settled into the new Autumn term and stepped up to help staff in welcoming and settling in our new boarders in all year groups.
The boarders have enjoyed a host of fun activities after school and over the last few weekends.
These include; a town quiz, ‘Olympic’ sports fun, mountain... Read more »
Friday 24th January 2020
Keswick School boarders recently attended the premiere of a new promotional video they have been involved with at the Alhambra Cinema. An afternoon of fun was enjoyed by all the boarders and several staff who gathered to watch the short film which depicts ‘A day in the life of a boarder at Keswick School’, and was followed by a screening of the film ‘CATS’.... Read more »
Monday 20th January 2020
London’s most iconic street, Whitehall was brought to a halt on Saturday as some 250 students from Gordon’s School, together with their Pipes and Drums, marched to the General Gordon statue on the banks of the Thames.
The Surrey School, which is the national monument to General Gordon of Khartoum - is the only one in the country permitted to march along... Read more »
Thursday 28th November 2019
Keswick School is listed as the sixth best non-selective state school in the North West and the top state school in Cumbria (including selective schools) according to the Sunday Times Parent Power guide. This national schools guide of Britain's leading schools was published over the weekend. Schools are ranked on their combined performance at A-level and GCSE exams in the... Read more »
Wednesday 20th November 2019
GORDON”S School’s two point victory over Emanuel at the home of the Harlequins, The Stoop, in the Daily Mail Trophy was written in the stars.
Welsh-born head coach, Chris Davies arrived at the school last year taking up the post of Head of House and Rugby and has been injecting the school teams with his wealth of experience - resulting in an upsurge in... Read more »
Thursday 14th November 2019
THE top state school in the North is offering children who could benefit from an exceptional state-funded education a second chance at selection.
Ripon Grammar School is opening its doors to an additional 13 students – including boarding students – currently in Year 8, who will be able to join the school in September 2020.
Those who missed out... Read more »
Wednesday 13th November 2019
Bruton, 13 November 2019: Sexey’s School’s Tom Ogilvy (Year 8) has won a national poetry prize for his poem Searching in the Mysteries of Life category, in the National Association of Teachers of Religious Education (NATRE) 2019 Spirited Arts & Poetry competition.
Now in its 17th year, the competition has attracted over 340,000 participants,... Read more »
Monday 11th November 2019
Students and staff from the Duke of York’s Royal Military School, Dover, took part in Remembrance events in London, Dover and across the Channel in Belgium.
For Remembrance Sunday, members of The Dukies’ Association joined with parents and families of current students in a parade at the school’s war memorial. The parade was inspected by Principal... Read more »