Sixth Form students from Bournemouth Collegiate School enjoyed Fall in the Big Apple courtesy of their recent excursion “across the pond”. It was a comprehensive, if somewhat whistle-stop, tour of the city which has more than whetted pupils’ appetites for more.
Moreton Hall invited Sixth Form prospective medical students from local schools to partake in their annual mini-multiple interview (MMI) event at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital (RJAH).
Hundreds more children and young people from across the Ely area are to benefit from the continuation of an exciting partnership between King’s Ely and Norwich City Football Club’s Regional Development Programme (RDP).
The Nursery, pre-Prep and Years 1 and 2 pupils at St Augustine’s Priory, Ealing Catholic Independent School for girls, held their own Remembrance service on Friday 8th November in preparation for Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day.
The Worshipful the Mayor of the Borough of Elmbridge, Councillor Mary Sheldon and her Consort John Sheldon and school Governors joined Claremont Fan Court School on Friday 8 November for a beautiful Senior School Remembrance Service.
It was the Transit of Mercury on Monday 11th November – an event not due to happen again until 2032, so Bournemouth Collegiate School teacher Alan Naden made the most of the opportunity and set up a telescope for students to see the astrological phenomena.