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Trinity Sports Club, Croydon

18th March 2024

Trinity Sports Club, located on the grounds of Trinity School, Croydon, offers a range of facilities to accommodate everything from a beginner’s workout to an international sporting event. Their sports halls are available for hire at various times throughout the week, and include five cricket...

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Rosemead Preparatory School and Nursery celebrates ISI inspection

18th March 2024

Rosemead Preparatory School and Nursery, Dulwich, is delighted to announce the findings of its latest inspection from the Independent Schools Inspectorate. The inspection, which was carried out in November 2023, praised Rosemead’s academic approach to learning, pastoral care and support and...

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Trinity Academy

18th March 2024

“An aspirational curriculum for all pupils.” “Ambitious for all pupils to achieve highly.” (Ofsted, June 2022). Deciding on a secondary school is one of the most important decisions that a parent can make. Trinity Academy appreciate that the transition between primary and secondary...

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River Music School London

14th March 2024

Founded by Nicol River in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic, when people started to realise the unifying power of music, River Music School London began with online lessons until in-home lessons could resume. Since then, RMSL has worked on hundreds of musical success stories, and won the Bark Certificate...

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The digital future - is your child prepared?

14th March 2024

The digital skills gap has been increasing and a recent Microsoft study reveals that 82% of UK jobs require digital skills. Computer coding and touch-typing are key skills. The earlier a child starts to learn, the more confident and competent they will be later in life. Easter Holiday workshops,...

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Empowering girls to forge their own path at Sydenham High School

14th March 2024

Sydenham High School aim to inspire the future generations of creators, independent thinkers and trailblazers. They seek to empower every girl to discover and nurture her unique talents, whether in the classroom, the laboratory, the library, the studio, the field, the water, or beyond. The diversity...

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St Dunstan’s College celebrates Oxbridge success

14th March 2024

St Dunstan’s College is delighted to announce six students have been offered places at Oxford and Cambridge. Head Nick Hewlett said: "The whole College is delighted with this news, and many congratulations to the students for their hard work and commitment throughout the application process...

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F N Walk 2024 Needs U

14th March 2024

St Christopher’s provides end of life care to thousands of people in the community every year, supporting them and their families when they need it most. To do this, the charity needs to raise £16 million each year. Fun Walk is open to walkers of all ages, from two to 102 (as well as their...

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THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA ANNOUNCES CASTING FOR WEST END SUMMER SEASON AT THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET

9th June 2023

The Olivier Award nominated stage production of The Tiger Who Came to Tea today announces casting for this year’s summer season at Theatre Royal Haymarket, commemorating the centenary of its beloved author, the late Judith Kerr OBE. The cast includes: Abbey Norman (Sophie), Jenanne...

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