Europe’s first Anglo-Chinese Prep School Given Top Marks by Ofsted

Europe’s first Anglo-Chinese Prep School Given Top Marks by Ofsted

Kensington Wade Prep school, situated in the heart of Kensington, opened in September 2017 and has already been rated outstanding by Ofsted. Following a full inspection, Ofsted described the school as ‘unique and inspirational’. It is unusual for a new school to be given the highest possible inspection rating, but...

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Hay Festival: Javier Cercas and Juan Gabriel Vásquez

Hay Festival: Javier Cercas and Juan Gabriel Vásquez

On May 30th, the Instituto Cervantes in partnership with MacLehose Press and the British Library held an event during the Hay Festival in which acclaimed authors Javier Cercas and Juan Gabriel Vásquez spoke to a fully packed venue about their work as well as the history and current state of...

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Chesterton’s Tourist Match Review: Middlesex v Australia

Chesterton’s Tourist Match Review: Middlesex v Australia

Australia completed their ODI preparations with a comprehensive 101-run victory over Middlesex at Lord’s. Top-scoring Travis Head looked in fine form as he raced towards 106, ably partnered by the at-times explosive Aaron Finch (54). Australia ended their innings on 283-6 but they could not seem to capitalise on weak...

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Mayor announces £1 million fund to protect pupils from pollution

The Mayor of London has announced a new £1 million fund that will provide 50 of London’s most polluted schools with a £10,000 starter grant and enable other schools in areas exceeding air pollution limits to apply for funding. Following the release of air quality audits carried out in 50...

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Book Release: Orange Lilies of Dallington Place by Sophie Cloud

Book Release: Orange Lilies of Dallington Place by Sophie Cloud

The orange lily conjures a powerful image: bright, radiant and resplendent, it serves as a striking antithesis to the shrinking violet. In the late 17th century, the flower occupied a sizeable chunk of popular imagination, borne out of the palace intrigue that accompanied the newly anointed King William III in...

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Act and Terminal 3 at the Coronet

Act and Terminal 3 at the Coronet

Act and Terminal 3 The Print Room at The Coronet Until June 30th Lars Noren is a Swedish writer who doesn’t have the kind of name recognition in the United Kingdom as he does on the mainland. He’s been heralded as the heir of Strindberg, a phrase that makes him...

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