A 17-year-old a classically trained soprano has landed a music scholarship at a prestigious Shropshire College. Sixth Form student Rhian Jones was presented with the Walker Music Scholarship at Ellesmere College after a private performance of three songs in the College’s Chapel. The scholarship was created by Tom and Margaret Walker as a thank you for the education of their
The Head of Modern Languages at a leading Shropshire college has been shortlisted for the final of a prestigious international essay writing competition. Christina Westwood, of Ellesmere College, is one of just five finalists in the Asia Literary Review competition, open to candidates of any nationality and from any country. The competition concentrates on a selection of three short stories
Who was the most famous person you met at school? Imagine interviewing Dame Darcey Bussell in year 8!
We work with lots of schools and love supporting both the teachers and the pupils – like Lawley Primary School who are calling for votes from the local community after being shortlisted in its bid to win a £10,000 national competition.
Music should not be a luxury at school but an important part of a child’s education, especially at a young age – that’s the view of a senior teacher at one of Shropshire’s leading independent schools.