Friday 5th October 2012
400 years of boarding at Steyning Grammar School has passed an historic milestone this September as it opened its doors to 120 boarders, the most the school has ever accommodated in its long and illustrious history since foundation in 1614.
State-school boarding has never been in better shape at Steyning Grammar and as the only such school in West Sussex, it boasts... Read more »
Thursday 4th October 2012
A Wymondham College student is the first ever english student ambassador to an Argentinian School. St George's College is an English style boarding school which dates from the nineteenth century and is one of the many international partner schools with links to Wymondham College.
The school teaches the International Baccalaureate Programme and Edmund will be... Read more »
Tuesday 2nd October 2012
There was a queue outside the dance studio at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School on Friday morning. The queue comprised enthusiastic pupils who wanted to cast their vote in the elections for the School Council.
All pupils were invited to stand in the elections and each candidate had given a short speech to their class mates. Between two and seven pupils in each... Read more »
Wednesday 26th September 2012
BAM Construction is to deliver a £25 million expansion of The Duke of York's Royal Military School. The contractor will refurbish Grade II listed buildings, as well as providing several new buildings.
BAM's major project will include demolishing several non-listed blocks and building a sports hall, two two-storey teaching blocks and four two-storey junior boarding... Read more »
Thursday 20th September 2012
14 year old Matthew Sexton, a pupil at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School received recognition for his sporting achievement at an awards ceremony in Redhill this week. Matthew was named 'Young Sports Person of the Year' at the event which was organised by Reigate and Banstead District Sports Council.
Winning this award follows a year of judo successes for Matthew.... Read more »
Wednesday 19th September 2012
A new Head has started this term at Lancaster Royal Grammar School, the selective state day and boarding school for boys (aged 11-18) in Lancashire.
On starting his new position at the school, new Head Dr Pyle said: "The values of LRGS are close to my own heart. Academic excellence, extra-curricular achievement, tradition that enables us to face the wider world with... Read more »
Friday 24th August 2012
Once again, pupils at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School have achieved record GCSE results. 68% of pupils achieved 5 or more GCSEs including English and Maths which is well above the national average.
Belinda Gurung, 16, who gained nine GCSEs at grade A*, one at grade A and Distinction in ICT, will take A levels before going to university to study to become a... Read more »
Monday 9th July 2012
Wymondham College is celebrating a hugely successful finale to its 60th Anniversary celebrations. The World Class@Wymondham event saw 42 visitors from French, German and Ugandan partner schools live and work alongside College students.
The students enjoyed a week packed with a range of projects and sporting events themed around the Olympics and the Queen's Jubilee.
Regional... Read more »