The Millfield Prep Gratitude Project

Pupils at Millfield Prep took part in the Millfield Prep School Gratitude Project.

Over the course of the Spring Term, each tutor group decided on a person or group of people to whom they wanted to extend their thanks. The people ranged from the Grounds and Gardens team and houseparents, to nurses at the local Yeovil Hospital and the charity Help For Heroes. Pupils wrote cards, performed songs, made videos and used their pocket money to buy treats, for those who do their jobs for little thanks or recognition for their actions.

To read all about The Gratitude Project and how our pupils extended their thanks, read the Gratitude Newsletter here.

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Millfield Upper Sixth student Yuka Machino was the highest placed female competitor in the world at the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), held online this September.  She was the only female to win a gold medal and was placed 22nd out of 616 competitors, each one the very best from their country.

National Coding Week at Millfield Prep

This week is National Coding Week in the UK. Here at Millfield Prep, we have embraced the vision that effective use of information technology should be integral to the teaching and learning process.