TRIO of Swindon schoolgirls will go head-to-head against some of the best bakers of their generation in London this month.
Last academic year, Kettering Buccleuch Academy became the first school in the country to receive the Gold Quality Mark for its high-level provision of Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural (SMSC) teaching. Since then, the school has continued to strengthen this work to ensure pupils are receiving an Education with Character, becoming well-rounded and confident individuals during their time at KBA.
Friday 14 December saw Surbiton's Inaugural Classics Christmas lecture take place with Professor Edith Hall discussing the finer details of the rightful ownership of the Elgin Marbles and some enlightening facts about the history behind the Parthenon.
Last week a group of Sheffield Springs Academy Year 11 students joined their peers at Guildford High School for a day of activities aimed at raising aspirations.
History students from Manchester Academy were thrilled to be the first to be presented with copies of an Emmeline Pankhurst documentary – which is set to be rolled out to schools across Greater Manchester.
Students at Manchester Academy had the chance to sit inside a Royal Air Force helicopter after it touched down at the Moss Lane East site yesterday afternoon.
Running for the first time at the Rishton school, the 'Super Learning Day' sought to give students the opportunity to explore topics that they would not normally cover, developing new skills in the process.
Students from Nova Hreod Academy have been giving the gift of 'giving' this Christmas season by organising a reverse advent calendar to provide food and gifts for the homeless of Swindon.
Olympic gymnast Craig Heap literally had students jumping for joy on a recent visit to The Hyndburn Academy.
History students at Manchester Academy were thrilled to receive a Historic England Heritage Schools plaque, recognising their hard work investigating local heritage.