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    Marking An Anniversary

    Blackheath High School announced it has exceeded the 140 environmental pledges set to mark the school’s 140th anniversary just six months since the initiative...

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    Thanking His School

    Year seven pupil bakes beautiful garden cake as a thank you to school Devon started baking in earnest during lockdown, producing cookies and brownies before...

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    Horris Hill Thrives

    Horris Hill, Berkshire, is delighted to announce that year eight pupil, Daniel, has just been awarded a top academic Queens Scholarship to Westminster School. That’s...

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    The Science of Learning

    John Davies, Deputy Head Academic at Kingswood Senior School talks about COVID-19, his passion for education and the practice of teaching and the science...

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    Preparing for University in a Pandemic

    Mike Randall, Downside School’s Deputy Head, considers alternative ways for pupils to prepare for university Downside sixth-formers before lockdown The appearance of Covid-19 and the subsequent...

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    A message about the ordinary

    Anyone remember ‘ordinary’? A film addressed to pupils longing for a return to ‘ordinary’ school life after the Covid-19 lockdown has gone down a storm on...

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    Reflections on Remote Learning

    Matthew Faulkner, headmaster at Parsons Green Prep, London, reflects on setting up his school for remote learning during the coronavirus lockdown I don’t think I...

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    Belhaven Hill School in lockdown

    Lockdown learning journey at Belhaven Hill School This is the story of how Belhaven Hill School in East Lothian tackled the challenges of continuing to...

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    A digital approach to engage parents

    Maltman’s Green is turning to the virtual world to showcase the school to prospective parents. During the coronavirus lockdown schools are having to quickly adapt...

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    A Tale of Remote Learning

    When news of an international virus outbreak first started to trickle through to the UK, who could have predicted the events that followed as...

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    King’s Ely Steps Up With PPE

    King’s Ely, Cambridgeshire, has been able to make and donate more than 800 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) face shields to frontline and key workers...

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    Home Revision Tips

    Home revision tips for learning in preparation for 13+ Common Entrance exams Preparing for the 13+ school entrance exams at home? Elizabeth Holtom, author of...

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    VE Day at St Mary’s Calne

    If ever there was time for a celebration it is now. The 8th of May has been reserved for celebration and remembrance since 1945,...

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    Coronavirus time capsule

    A group of pupils from St Peter’s School, York, are creating a time capsule to record their experiences during the coronavirus lockdown. Working remotely...

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    Portland Place’s Remote Learning

    How are schools delivering remote learning in a way the does not impact on quality or require continual parental participation?  Portland Place School, Marylebone,...

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    Remote Fundraising Tops £25,000

    Students, staff and families from the Tonbridge School community across the globe came together in two fundraising events on 2 May, raising more than...

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