Health and wellbeing are at the forefront of everyone’s minds as we navigate through a global pandemic; our diet has an important relationship with those two things. As an independent school nutritionist with catering provider Chartwells, and the very first to live on a school campus, Millfield’s nutritionist Niall Davison outlines the school’s unique ‘EatToExcel’ initiative and how he is helping students to make healthy choices now and in their lives after Millfield.
In this post we explore the reasons why joining the Millfield community in Year 7 can be a great choice for your child. We asked David Guthrie, Millfield Prep School’s Head of Year 7, what the benefits of joining the school in Year 7 are.
Millfield footballers recently took part in a professional development session with former Championship league management duo Lee Johnson and Jamie McAllister. In this video blog, watch the sessions and hear from Millfield's Director of Football, Darren Robinson, as well as former Championship manager Lee Johnson.
Reception class teacher Mrs Lucy Smith talks about the importance of Early Years Education, and how at Millfield Pre-Prep we support the vital developments that occur in the first five years of a child's life.
Our Director of Tennis, Sarah Thomas, talks about the life of a tennis player at Millfield Prep School and how her coaching team help the children have the best experience of tennis.
Now more than ever it is paramount to ensure that children are thriving, not only in their academic work but in their happiness and wellbeing.
At Millfield Prep School, our pupils’ welfare and happiness is at the heart of everything we do. We have a holistic approach to every child’s care, encompassing expertise from key members of the school community.
As the eponymous name suggests, prep schools prepare pupils for senior school, with the resources to enable each child to be treated as an individual. At Millfield Prep School we help our children to discover their own brilliance, whatever that may be. Here are 10 things that reflect the importance of a prep school education...
Every pupil at Millfield Prep School has the opportunity to benefit from both weekly Drama classes and highly-anticipated whole-year productions. We find that these classes help not only those who wish to better their acting skills or perform on stage, but that the benefits of these lessons extend far beyond the drama studio. We asked Drama teacher, Miss Amy Chatwin, all about the benefits that drama classes and performance opportunities bring to our pupils.
Reception teacher Mrs Lucy Smith, gives her top tips for helping to prepare your child for starting school in September.