Most people want to work in an organisation where they feel valued, supported and can achieve a good work life balance. Millfield recognises the benefits of investing in people and developing a happy and healthy workforce.
With a plethora of independent schools in the country and specifically in Somerset, we asked Assistant Head (Academic) Dr Adam Gutteridge five reasons why teachers should join Millfield.
Lower Sixth, Harriet Lockley has been offered a place at the University of Alabama to play golf. We sat down with her to talk about the golf programme at Millfield, what it takes to be a successful golfer and her plans for the future.
STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) is an integral part of Millfield’s curriculum, and the school offers a wide range of activities in addition to the core syllabus to help students develop their skills and understanding.
Year 3 marks the start of Preparatory School, a step up in learning, independence, and for some, the start of boarding. Our cohort of seven to eight-year-olds at Millfield Prep benefit from expert teachers, an exceptional school clubs’ provision and exciting co-curricular activities. Read on to learn why families join Prep Schools in Year 3.
Sugar connoisseurs, Tracy McDonnell Goad (1996-2001; Day) and Ben Eastick (1984-1988; Keen's Elm), know all about what it takes to develop a successful career. What do these two OMs look for when hiring new employees, other than a sweet tooth? We asked for their genuine advice, without any sugar coating!
At Millfield, we are extremely proud of what so many Old Millfieldians have gone on to accomplish. Many have become extremely well-known in their fields; in this post, find out more about 10 high-profile individuals that you may not realise went to Millfield!
Latin is often deemed as an archaic language, one that’s no longer spoken and has no relevance in the world we live in today. The language, however, is still a big part of Preparatory schools’ curriculum, teaching them not only a new language, but a set of transferrable skills that we use every day without even realising it. We asked Languages Teacher, Mrs Georgina Crispin, about the place it has in schools and society today.
Millfield student Yuhka Machino, just 17, had proved herself to be the strongest school age mathematician in the UK by winning a gold medal at the International Mathematical Olympiad in September but she has recently been named as the best ever UK competitor in the European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad after securing her third successive gold medal.