Wizard play – the wonderful world of quidditch

Wizard play – the wonderful world of quidditch

Quidditch, that once fictional game is finding a loyal following among students. We catch up with devotees to find out the state of play

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Burgess Hill Girls on boarder support in tough times

A bespoke approach to caring for boarders was never more important than during the Covid pandemic, says Nicola Donson of Burgess Hill Girls

The Moat School renamed Burlington House – also opening new prep

The Moat School renamed Burlington House – also opening new prep

Burlington House will be the new hame for The Moat School, and it is also expanding to include a prep for pupils aged 9+

MPW London holds annual student art show

MPW London holds annual student art show

MPW London's annual art show was an opportunity for parents and guests to see ambitious artworks from GCSE and A-level students

Pangbourne College on assessing a school's wellbeing markers

Pangbourne College on assessing a school’s wellbeing markers

Caroline Bond of Pangbourne College outlines the key markers of a school that prioritises children's mental health and wellbeing

The Leys School's debating team crowned regional champions

The Leys School’s debating team crowned regional champions

The Leys School carried home the regional prize in the Rotary Club's 'Youth Speaks' competition, triumphing against stiff competition

Fantastic sports – going beyond the usual team games

Fantastic sports – going beyond the usual team games

We may associate independent schools with the big team games, but they offer a rich diet of alternatives that can be played for fun or taken to elite level – and the end goal is not only to bring on the champions, but…