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  • Sam Moore’s Top Tips for Adventure Close to Home

    Adventure education has always been at the heart of Dauntsey’s but inevitably many of the School’s activities have had to be postponed through the periods of lockdown, due to Covid 19. However, adventure can be found closer to home, in...

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  • Wells Cathedral School announces 50% off boarding fees for Choristers

    The places will be offered in a newly refurbished boarding house for children in Years 4 to 8, which will be opening in September 2021. Wells Cathedral Choir is a world class choir, gracing one of the most beautiful buildings in the...

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  • Stonyhurst Launches Immersive Virtual Tour

    Stonyhurst have developed an immersive, state-of-the-art virtual tour to provide prospective families with an opportunity to explore the College and Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall from the comfort of their own homes. Stonyhurst have developed an immersive, state-of-the-art virtual tour to...

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  • Wells Cathedral School Pupil heads to Princeton

    Huge congratulations to Upper Sixth pupil Lily Webb, who has been awarded a prestigious four year hockey bursary to attend Princeton University for the forthcoming academic year. Princeton University, a top ten Ivy League research university in New Jersey is...

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  • Welcome to Boarding for Military Families at Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall

    A film to demonstrate the wonderful pupils of St Mary's Hall, an insight into boarding life and a behind the scenes look into Stonyhurst facilities. The film features Headmaster Ian Murphy, Head of Boarding Kirk Stokes, Head of History Paul...

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  • SIXTH FORMERS APPOINTED CCF LEADERS

    We are extremely proud of the Sixth Form Combined Cadet Force (CCF) cadets who have been promoted into positions of leadership. A selection of Year 12 pupils have been made Junior Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) and will assist staff and their...

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  • King’s Ely community remembers the fallen

    AUTUMN sunlight shone over King’s Ely as students and staff commemorated Armistice Day. Instead of hundreds of people gathering inside Ely Cathedral for the school’s usual Act of Remembrance, King’s Ely marked the occasion with five simultaneous, separate, appropriately distanced...

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  • Stamford Endowed Schools signs Armed Forces Covenant

    The Stamford Endowed Schools have formally pledged their commitment to supporting current and former members of the Armed Forces. Principal, Will Phelan, has signed the Armed Forces Covenant, which demonstrates the Schools’ commitment to fair treatment for those who serve,...

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