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...]

NEWTON PREP HOSTS BATTERSEA’S ONLY GENERAL ELECTION HUSTINGS

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...]

St Anthony’s School for Girls Pupils Blossom in the Garden

Pupils at St Anthony's School for Girls are celebrating after harvesting the first crop from their very own garden. The Golders Hill based school recently launched a new Gardening Club at lunch time to help develop the children's understanding and experience of nature. This week they started reaping the nutritional benefits when they harvested their first crop of lettuce leaves. The Gardening club activities are led by the interests of the pupils and create opportunities for the girls … [Read more...]

Portland Place Pupils Share Their Social Media Expertise on BBC Show

Three lucky pupils from Portland Place School were recently invited to join Victoria Derbyshire on her morning BBC show. The pupils were asked their views on a feature regarding "Fraud Prevention for Students", a hot topic currently. The school, which is local to the impressive BBC offices selected Year 10 pupil Lara Newell to lead the opinions and she was supported by Year 8 pupils Ezra Button and Tashi Feinstein. The feature covered the latest calls for the national curriculum to be … [Read more...]

Falcons School for Girls Pupil Runs the School for a Day

Five-year-old Jemima Appleton took on the role of Headmistress for the day at Falcons School for Girls. Jemima turned up dressed for business in a smart outfit complete with pearl earrings, to help real Headmistress, Sophia Ashworth Jones with her daily duties including a special assembly about Judaism. She stood at the front and had the job of handing out certificates to many of her well deserving classmates. The job was awarded to Jemima after her parents gave a hugely generous donation … [Read more...]

Alex Danson MBE, Gold Olympian inspires Woldingham School Sports Women

Woldingham School welcomed Olympian Alex Danson MBE at the annual Sports Dinner, held to celebrate the many and varied achievements of the school’s sports’ teams and athletes.  A packed audience of pupils and parents listened as Alex described the physical and mental effort involved in training to Olympic standard. Alex explained that, as individuals, the Gold medal winning England Women’s Hockey team, were not all the best athletes in the 2016 Rio Olympic contest, but they were the best team … [Read more...]

UNICEF UK RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL AWARD

ASSESSMENT REPORT LEVEL TWO School: Beatrix Potter Primary School Headteacher: Steph Neale RRSA coordinator: Sharon Gleed-Smith Local authority: Wandsworth Assessors: Frances Bestley and Zoey Ayling Date: 30th March 2017 INTRODUCTION We would like to thank the Headteacher, all the staff, and other adults and young people for their warm welcome to the school, for the opportunity to speak with parents, governors and pupils during the assessment. Prior to the assessment … [Read more...]

Sixth formers’ winning kitchen idea is a chop above the rest

Sixth formers from Sydenham High have served up a top kitchen idea that's a chop above the rest for their entry in this year's Young Enterprise scheme. Chop Away gets the thumbs up from Sydenham High's catering team. Left to right: Lauren Hare, Ella Traynor, chef Susan McMahon, Biba Coulter-Young, Melissa Policane, Catering and Hospitality Manager John Pearson, and Lola Cookman. Lola, Jana, Melissa, Ella, Biba and Lauren, all in Year 12, with their team colleagues at Dulwich College, have … [Read more...]

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