The Covid-19 pandemic has meant that 2020 leavers have had a very strange year: no exams, a sudden end to their school experience and uncertainty around university places and the year ahead. For Upper Sixth leavers who are unsure as to what to do next, Millfield Head of Careers and Higher Education, James Brittain, offers some advice and top tips so students embarking on life beyond Millfield can be reassured about their choices.
Mathematics is not only an important part of the curriculum, but a vital element of everyday life. At Millfield Prep School, we teach mathematics in a way that stresses the real-life application of the sums, transforming them from numbers on a page into something far more tangible.
In this video blog, meet Head of School for the summer term, Freya, who takes you through her typical day while remote learning from her family home in Cornwall.
A selection of poems written by Lower Sixth student Holly on the Black Lives Matter movement.
Year 11 student Aman shares his personal thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement
Millfield's Director of Netball Jenna Adamson outlines how she transferred her sport training sessions online, and how the students influenced the design of the remote programme.
Swimming at Millfield Prep School is completely unique. Lead by ex-Olympic Swimmer and former Millfield pupil, Helen Gouldby, the programme focusses on the individual development of each child. With world-class facilities at their fingertips, including a 25m pool on site and Olympic-sized 50m pool at Millfield School, daily swim training available, flexi-boarding to suit early morning training sessions and timetables tailored to each individual child, there could be no better place prepared to discover and nurture the brilliance in future swimmers.
A round up of Millfield Sport's Remote provision from April and May 2020
Millfield Prep School’s Head of Music, Elly Sturges, talks about why learning a musical instrument can have such a positive affect on children’s development in other areas of the curriculum.