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...

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...

The Appleford Scout Troop spent much of the first weekend of the Easter holidays working hard in the small woodland beside the Beeches. After camping out under sleeping shelters made only from tarpaulin, the Scouts cooked their own breakfast on the campfire and got ready...

36 pupils spent a week having a wonderful time on the ski slopes of La Molina, Spain. Many of the pupils enhanced their skiing and were moved up to more advanced ski groups. The hotel and facilities were all excellent and feedback from the pupils...

Neemrana School, India Appleford pupils have been raising money for a Government village School in Neemrana, India. This half term six of the pupils along with 3 adults took the opportunity to visit the School, taking with them cricket equipment, geometry sets, calculators and other items....

Pupils cycle from Devizes to Westminster   Thirty pupils aged from 7 to 14 and seven members of staff , took part in the school's annual challenge and pedal-powered their way (on average 38 miles per day) from Devizes to Westminster, on a four-day event, camping by...

On Friday 28 June, 9 pupils accompanied by 4 staff members including the Headmaster David King, will be taking part in a Three Peaks Challenge. They will be climbing each of the highest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales in five days.