Thames Christian School Presents Smokey Joe’s Café

Thames Christian School pupils recently took to the stage to perform the musical revue, Smokey Joe's Café at The Grand in Clapham Junction. The fast paced show features 39 pop standards written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller in rock 'n' roll and rhythm and blues style. The original Broadway show won a Grammy Award in 1996 and was the longest running musical revue in Broadway history with over 2,000 performances! .  The school's production showcased the incredible musical talent of our pupils … [Read more...]

Falcons School for Girls showcase their imagination with five Creative Challenges

Falcons School for Girls ended the year on a creative high with five exciting art based challenges. The pupils were tasked with submitting a choice of photographic, painting, textile, baking or sculpture work to be judged at the annual summer fair. Each competition was split into two age categories, Pre-Reception to Year 2 and Year 3 to Year 6. The competition was a tough call with so many delightful entries being presented to judges and some excellent prizes were up for grabs. The … [Read more...]

Portland Place School Commandeers Professional Theatres

Portland Place School pupils have ensured the academic year is ending on a high with two fantastic performances at renowned professional theatres. Year six pupils gave a show to remember when they performed Pirates of the Curry Bean at RADA studios and years seven, eight and nine gave an impressive rendition of Alice in Wonderland at the Theatro Technis. Giving the pupils the opportunity to perform in professional theatres not only gave them confidence and experience but it allowed … [Read more...]

Alleyn’s Under 12 Cricketers win the London Cup

Alleyn's Under 12 Cricketers won the London Cup yesterday, in a thrilling four team finale also involving Dulwich College, Emanuel and St Paul's Cathedral School. The Alleyn's team, comprised of boys and girls, beat Emanuel in the final to take the title. Rob Ody, Head of Boys' Physical Education and Games, said: "It is a fine achievement for our boys and girls and we are very proud of them." One of the country's leading co-educational schools, Alleyn's offers an extensive Sport & … [Read more...]

Falcons School for Boys Celebrate a Successful Year of Fundraising

Falcons School for Boys celebrated a fantastic year of fundraising with one final event thanks to the local business community.   The Falcons School for Boys Preparatory Parents Association hosted a Caribbean themed fair at the Richmond Athletic Ground to bring the school community together to celebrate the end of another great academic year. The event was a huge success with many Caribbean themed surprises including a carnival steel band and a sunny island themed barbeque. Amongst the … [Read more...]

St Anthony’s Girls use Singapore Maths to master problem solving

St. Anthony's School for Girls has introduced a new Mathematics curriculum which has seen the pupils master problem solving. The Golders Hill based school initially trialled the Singapore Mathematics technique to the Year 3 pupils. Following a successful pilot of the Oxford University Press scheme, Inspire Maths, - which has been written to deliver the Singapore maths approach - it will now be rolled out to Years 1 to 4. Inspire Maths is a highly scaffolded learning framework … [Read more...]

Landmark Lofts: Supporting London Schools

Here at Landmark Lofts, we project manage loft conversions, extensions and refurbishments for clients throughout London. We are also the only company to offer revolutionary modular lofts exclusively to the capital, with an installation time of just 2 weeks. The decision to get a loft conversion is often triggered by a growing family, and our service aims to make home improvement as quick and painless as possible, while people ready themselves for their new arrival. As a company who does … [Read more...]


Three of Battersea's political candidates for the general election vote on Thursday met for the first and only time on a shared hustings platform, on Monday 5th June. Due to other hustings being cancelled due to terrorist-related moratoria, nearly 200 parents, staff and children from both Newton Prep and St George's Church of England Primary were lucky enough to get the opportunity to meet Richard Davis, from the Lib Dems, Marsha de Cordova from Labour and Jane Ellison from the … [Read more...]

Portland Place School Welcomes New Head

Portland Place School has consolidated its senior leadership team with the appointment of a highly regarded and experienced new headmaster. David Bradbury has joined the leading independent school from South Hampstead High School where he held the position of deputy head for over six years. He will continue to further developPortland Place School as a facility where pupils and students strive for excellence in a warm and caring environment. He has also previously held the role … [Read more...]

Falcons School for Boys Raise £3,000 During Art Exhibition

Pupils from Falcons School for Boys showcased their creativity with an art exhibition which raised over £3,000 for charity. The boys from the Pre-preparatory and the Preparatory school selected their best work from the year to display at St Michael and All Angels Church, Bath Road, Chiswick. Over 400 variations were shown and special guest, professional London-based artist, Luke Martineau officially opened the exhibition. Luke had the difficult task of selecting two boys in each year … [Read more...]

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