“Great oaks from little acorns grow.”
14th century proverb


New Sixth Form Centre for Roedean School

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Roedean School has recently upcycled an existing boarding house with study facilities for Year 13 students into a Sixth Form Centre where both Year 12 and Year 13 students can socialise and study.Much like the rest of this boarding school for girls in south east England, Keswick…

RHS pupils in National Youth Choir

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Consisting of 750 of the country’s best young singers, the National Youth Choir rehearses twice a year during the summer holidays, giving members an excellent opportunity to develop their vocal techniques across a wide range of challenging music.The pupils, from Years 11 and 12…

Royal Hospital Cricket Academy

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The hazy, lazy days of summer, with their soundtrack of the thwack of leather on willow, still seem a long way off. However, The Royal Hospital School is already looking beyond this summer’s cricket season, recently announcing the launch of the Graham Napier Cricket Academy in…

Felsted Prep's Science Award

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Felsted Preparatory School’s Science Department is proud to have been awarded a Primary Science Quality Mark Gold Award. According to the assessors, “the Science Department’s passion for teaching is very evident” and “the range of opportunities both within the school day and in…

4 Awards for Oakham

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We seem to be so often celebrating the many successes of the British boarding schools we are proud to recommend, you might think we’d be in danger of becoming blasé. No fear when we receive a rundown of annual achievements like the one we’ve just had from Oakham School. We are…

When should children start school?

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The UK’s Department for Education recently announced that admissions rules are to be changed so children born between 1st April and 31st August will be able to go into reception a year later than some of their pre-school peers. The news that summer babies are to be allowed to…

Taking school to the forest

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Forest School was developed as part of Scandinavian Early Years education in the 1950s and was introduced in the UK in the mid-1990s. Since then, many British schools have added time for Forest School into the curriculum, especially for younger children.Forest School offers…

Changing of the guard at Eton

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This month Tony Little retires as Head Master of Eton College after 13 years in the role there, and 26 years in total as a Head (at Chigwell School and Oakham School before Eton). He has poured all this educational experience into a book published to coincide with his retirement…