As part of their Creative Curriculum, pupils in the Lower School have been learning about WW2 this term. They have visited the STEAM museum of the Great Western Railway, had an evacuee experience and a bomb shelter experience. They have made the name tags that...

Appleford pupils have been financially supporting and volunteering at a Government village School in Neemrana, India for a number of years. This half term 11 of the pupils along with 4 adults took the opportunity to visit the School, taking with them various items of...

On a cold but sunny bright day Appleford pupils donned their games kits and warmed up for the annual Appleford Cross Country inter-house race. Lower School pupils set off first over a shorter distance. They were followed by the Upper School pupils, all eagerly cheered on by staff,...

­ John Harris, Paralympian, came to give a talk to the School during the Autumn Term. His incredibly direct message was that you can achieve anything, no matter what adversity you have faced. He was paralysed after an accident and went on to win Paralympic Gold....

A wonderful occasion was held at Appleford on 13 October. A four course dinner was prepared by the catering staff and parents invited to a black tie event. Pupils were involved with laying tables, polishing glasses, folding napkins, and flower arrangements. Pupils in year 10 and...

Appleford boarders rose from their beds at 6am to take part in an aerial photograph of Stonehenge on Saturday 14 October, arranged by English Heritage. After the 500 local people present had formed into a ‘100’ shape, their photograph was  taken by a drone overhead. The...

During Dyslexia Awareness Week, pupils from Appleford School took part in No Pens Day. This is a national speaking and listening event organised by the Communication Trust. The purpose of No Pens Day is to enable teachers to give students the opportunity to develop their...

Upper School pupils rose from their beds very early on a Friday morning to complete a challenge –The Sarsen Trail. This is a 26 mile walk linking the two World Heritage Sites of Avebury and Stonehenge. Their route was a tough undulating cross country walk...