Academic Summer Camps: A smart blend of study and fun

Academic Summer Camps: A smart blend of study and fun

  Are you a busy London parent, wondering how to occupy your teen during the summer? Do you wish there was a painless way to help them get a head start for GSCEs or A Levels that are looming? Do you love the holidays but want to find more productive...

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Box Hill School: Q and A with their Head of Boarding

Box Hill School: Q and A with their Head of Boarding

Interview with Box Hill School’s Head of Boarding John Attewell. What is the day-to-day life of a boarder like? Although it is reasonably structured, we regard the boarding experience as ‘home from home’ and therefore try to mirror, as far as possible the post school experience of our day students....

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Fulham Beach Bar Review

Fulham Beach Bar Review

The sun peeped its fingers and toes round the corner of the clouds for just enough time for us to properly enjoy this venue, before the crippling grey and cold returned, banishing us back inside. Set on the Thames, the Fulham bar is located right on the waters edge adding...

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After Grenfell:  Preserving North Kensington’s local history through the arts

After Grenfell:  Preserving North Kensington’s local history through the arts

  Local community organisations are developing an archive of North Kensington’s creative response during a period of rapid historical change since the Grenfell Tower fire with support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Called the Kensington Art & Heritage Archive Project, the collection will preserve artworks and testimonies produced by...

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Public Outcry over proposed Holocaust Memorial

Public Outcry over proposed Holocaust Memorial

Updated plans for a Holocaust Memorial beside Westminster Palace have been attacked by campaigners who say it will waste millions of pounds. Critics say the Grade II*-listed Victoria Tower Gardens is the wrong location for the proposed learning centre with entrance pavilion, and courtyard. The Government’s updated plans, which reduce...

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Extinction Rebellion and young people lead anti-climate change activist movement

Extinction Rebellion and young people lead anti-climate change activist movement

With climate change being one of the biggest global issues in the world right now, activist organisation  ‘Extinction Rebellion’ are drawing attention to the issue, with significant protests.      The organisation was set up in September 2018 and has brought huge amounts of media coverage and public support to the...

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Dr. Pamela Edmonds & ‘The Hampshire School, Chelsea’

Dr. Pamela Edmonds & ‘The Hampshire School, Chelsea’

Dr. Pamela Edmonds has enjoyed her first 6 months as the new head of the Hampshire School, Chelsea. An extensive academic background backed up with a huge amount of ambition and passion for the school. We talked with her about her passion for providing an exemplary arts education for the...

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Bupa Cromwell Hospital launches exclusive working partnerships with  Book-a-Jet and the Athenaeum Hotel.

Bupa Cromwell Hospital launches exclusive working partnerships with Book-a-Jet and the Athenaeum Hotel.

One of London’s most prestigious private healthcare institutions Bupa Cromwell Hospital has today announced a new three-way partnership to further enhance its high-level service and exceptional standards of care. The Kensington-based hospital has teamed up with one of the UK’s leading independent private jet charter and management operators, BookaJet and...

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The British and Continental Pictures Auction on the 17th April at Olympia Auctions

The British and Continental Pictures Auction on the 17th April at Olympia Auctions

The British and Continental Pictures Auction on the 17th April at Olympia Auctions (www.OlympiaAuctions.com), is particularly strong in modern British pictures with works by exponents in the field including Augustus John, John Bratby, Anne Redpath and Dame Laura Knight. Works also for sale by lesser known figures such as Harry...

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Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

The Creative Arts event, hosted by Ashbourne College exhibited pupils work on the 26th March, displaying everything from fashion and textiles to  graphics and fine art. The students, who have been working on these projects for the whole year, proudly showed off their hard work to over 150 guests. Those...

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