Education News & Features

Woodentops Kindergarten

WHY PLAY IS THE KEY TO EARLY EDUCATION

ADVERTISING PROMOTION ‘A worm, we found a worm!’ the children at The Woodentops Kindergarten shout. This is hardly surprising as it is ‘Muddy Monday’ and the children, aged 2-4 years old, are in the mud kitchen, baking mud pies and digging for mini-beasts, using giant magnifying glasses and torches to help with their search. This […]

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St James is an all girls independent day school

WHY ST JAMES GIRLS’ SCHOOL PUTS STUDENT WELLBEING FIRST

ADVERTISING PROMOTION St James Senior Girls’ School is an independent day school for girls aged 11-18, located in Kensington Olympia. From its foundation, there has been a philosophical and spiritual element at the heart of the school and this aspect is as relevant and important today when young people’s emotional well-being is increasingly difficult to […]

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Cranleigh Prep educates children from ages 7-13

CRANLEIGH PREP: A TRADITIONAL SCHOOL WITH AN INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

ADVERTISING PROMOTION Set in 40 acres of stunning Surrey countryside, just 50 minutes from London, Cranleigh Prep offers a uniquely warm and welcoming educational environment for children aged 7-13. Although a top, high-achieving independent school in its own right, pupils benefit from sharing an exceptional  7-18 programme with Cranleigh School (just across the road) for […]

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Alleyn's Junior School: why the best education transcends the classroom

What are co-curricular activities and how do they complement the formal curriculum?

ADVERTISING PROMOTION Simon Severino, Headmaster at Alleyn’s Junior School and Neil Green, Head of Co-Curricular and Partnerships at Alleyn’s School on why the best education transcends the classroom Excellence is about opening doors, having a vision of possibilities, experiencing breadth and being challenged and inspired. For many children, co-curricular activity enhances and complements the formal […]

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Eton Square Upper School

WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING YOUR CHILD’S SENIOR SCHOOL

ADVERTISING PROMOTION As Eaton Square School prepares to welcome its first pupils into the new Upper School in Mayfair, School Report Online asks Headmaster Sebastian Hepher what he considers to be the 10 most important things to consider when choosing the right Senior School for your child What to look for when choosing a Senior School? […]

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Sydenham High School

SOFT SKILLS HELP SYDENHAM HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TOUGHEN UP

There’s no question that schools play an important role in promoting good mental wellbeing. Now the high levels of mental toughness delivered by Sydenham High School GDST’s tailored soft skills student development programmes have been confirmed by new independent research. The research was conducted by leading psychometric test publisher AQR International for the Independent Schools […]

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St Augustine's Priory has been rated Outstanding

ST AUGUSTINE’S PRIORY, EALING, RATED OUTSTANDING BY ISS

ADVERTISING PROMOTION St Augustine’s Priory, a leading Catholic Independent Day School for girls aged 3-18 located in Ealing, has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate, and here’s why… Exceptional teachers The Nursery & Preps Department of St Augustine’s Priory is a key entry point for pupils joining Ealing’s top performing GCSE school (DfE 2015 […]

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Bishop Challoner School has a New Outdoor Learning Environment

THE BENEFITS OF OUTDOOR LEARNING AND PLAY

ADVERTISING PROMOTION Bishop Challoner School has introduced a new infant playground this academic year. Completed in October 2016, the safe, fenced area contains various play equipment and educational games, all specifically designed for younger pupils to foster and enhance their learning. Outdoor play provides an important environment to foster brain development, motor skills, and social […]

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Grace, Dallington School

WHY LEARNING MUST BE IN SYNC WITH A CHILD’S DEVELOPMENT

ADVERTISING PROMOTION Mogg Hercules, Headteacher, Proprietor and Founder of Dallington School, on why learning must be in sync with a child’s developmental journey I sat beside a boy, who had been invited to spend the day with the children in Year 3, to have a chat, about how he felt about the possibility of being […]

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Maple Walk School

HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD PREPARE FOR THEIR FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL

ADVERTISING PROMOTION As a parent, have you ever wondered whether feeding the ducks should play second fiddle to fluency in Mandarin? Or is your child’s ability to count peas on a plate more important than the peas actually being eaten. If this sounds familiar then you could be suffering from PPS – Pushy Parent Syndrome… Being a […]

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