Monday 5th March 2012
Fantasy became reality when junior pupils at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School came to school on Friday. Pupils had dressed as their favourite fairytale characters as part of the World Book Day celebrations.
During Book Week literacy lessons had been based around fairy tales as a way of encouraging greater enjoyment from reading and experiencing the writing of... Read more »
Friday 2nd March 2012
On the 1st March Wymondham College pupils joined children, of all ages, across the country in a celebration of authors, books, illustrators and the joy of reading for UNESCO's World Book Day. To highlight the occasion the school invited Aneeta Prem, the author of But it's Not Fair and Founder and Life President of Freedom Charity, to speak to the pupils.
Freedom... Read more »
Wednesday 29th February 2012
The Lord Lieutenant of Sussex, Mrs Susan Pyper, will officially open the new boarding house at Steyning Grammar School on March 14th, 2012 from 3.00pm. Heralded as "education's best kept secret", there are only 38 state boarding schools in the UK which offer state-funded education to young learners from a range of backgrounds. Steyning Grammar School is not only the largest... Read more »
Monday 27th February 2012
International Showjumper Jessie Drea came to talk to pupils at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School on Wednesday. The School, which has its own riding school with around 20 horses, has many enthusiastic riders aged from 7 to 18, so Jessie received a very warm welcome.
During the presentation 20 year old Jessie explained that she comes from a family which runs... Read more »
Tuesday 21st February 2012
The combined dramatic and musical talents of the students of Wymondham College were on fantastic display in the College's recent production of Les Misérables.
With 5 performances over 5 nights, climaxing in a sensational end of half-term gala evening, the students demonstrated a level of musical and acting ability that would have done professional performers... Read more »
Thursday 9th February 2012
Numbers suddenly increased at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School when a flock of sheep came to join pupils in Gatton Park. The flock of around 50 sheep arrived this week and can now be found in fields surrounding the School's boarding houses.
The sheep are all pregnant ewes on loan from a local farmer. In a few weeks they will return to the neighbouring farm for... Read more »
Wednesday 8th February 2012
The fourth annual Lincoln Lecture was given by Professor Sarah Churchwell, Professor of American Literature and Public Understanding of the Humanities at the University of East Anglia.
The Lincoln Lecture was inaugurated in 2008 to mark the co-incidence of the bicentenary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, the Golden Jubilee of Lincoln Hall at the College and the opening... Read more »
Wednesday 1st February 2012
School Commissioner, Dr Elizabeth Sidwell, visited the staff and pupils at The Duke of York’s Royal Military School (DOYRMS) in January.
The School invited Dr Sidwell, who has 20 years’ experience of running schools and was appointed by Educational Secretary Michael Gove, to demonstrate its success of becoming an Academy... Read more »