Relocating a chicken coop and gardening in a local primary’s forest school, restoring village community facilities and raising funds jointly for a Pupil Referral Unit are just some of the events that took place at Bedales for this year’s Badley Day.
On Tuesday, 10 September Rendcomb College’s newly refurbished and extended co-educational boarding/day house was officially opened by the Chief Executive of the Boarding Schools’ Association (BSA), Robin Fletcher.
Sixth former, Will Dunning, is looking forward to being part of the Derby Grammar School Tanzania 2020 project which takes place in July. He’s busy raising funds to cover the cost of his trip and on Saturday 14 September will be leaving York for a two-day, 150 mile sponsored bike ride back to Derby.
Following the recent major examination reforms, the students and staff of City of London Freemen’s School achieved another year of outstanding GCSE results. 34% of all grades achieved were A*/9 grades and 59% of grades achieved were A*, 8 or 9
At St John’s College in Southsea, a non-selective independent school, the overall pass rate of 84.5% had students and staff celebrating another fantastic set of results. Particular highlights were the 47% 9 to 8 grades in History and 100% pass rate in Computing.