schools

Theo Wins French National Online Chess Championship

Ten year old, Valley Road School pupil Theo Khoury who has dual British and French nationality last week won the French national chess online championship in the U10 category with […]

Rupert House Pupils Give Big Send Off to Head as She Retires

The pupils at Rupert House School said thank you to headteacher, Clare Lynas last week for her 7 years of dedication by performing a whole school, socially distanced flash mob […]

Local Sixth Form Student Triumphs in Shine School Media Awards

Local student Sam Penrose has won a prestigious award in the Shine School Media Awards for his work on Abingdon School paper, The Martlet. Sam, 16 from Shiplake, won ‘Best […]

Badgemore School Welcomes Back All Children

Last Monday, Badgemore School fully reopened welcoming back all their children for the first time after schools were closed on 20 March due to the Covid-19 outbreak. This is the […]

College Football Coach Appointed New Henley Town FC Head Coach

Tom Guy, who came to the The Henley College in January as Head Coach has been appointed as the new head coach at Henley Town Football Club. Tom has experience […]

Two Schools Share Win in Environmental Science Competition

Nothing could split two schools in this year’s Environmental Science Competition organised by Greener Henley.  The joint winners were Rupert House and St Mary’s Schools. Rupert House School’s entry was […]

College Responds to Sites Being Included in Neighbourhood Plan Review

The Henley College sites in Deanfield Avenue and the original Rotherfield site off Paradise Road have been shortlisted in the latest Joint Henley & Harpsden Neighbourhood Plan review report undertaken […]

Muddy Fun Day Out for St Mary’s School Children

The children at St Mary’s Preparatory School enjoyed a day away from the classrooms last week with a Bushcraft activity day. Run by the Bushcraft Company, a leading provider in […]

Samuel’s Incredible 9km Marathon

Like most boys aged 9 nowadays, they love to play together with their friends on games consoles and during lockdown they’ve become even more important as a way of keeping […]

Get the Giggles This Summer with Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge

Although our libraries are closed for the time being, the good news is the Summer Reading Challenge is going online and children can join today. Instead of registering at your […]