Murray Parish Trust
Wild in Art

A Wild in Art event brought to you by The Murray Parish Trust.

Stroud School

“Stroud School is very excited to be involved in this fun art event with Hares of Hampshire, which is supporting The Murry Parish Trust. Supporting charities is important at Stroud and we raise money throughout the year for wonderful causes close to our hearts: from the Southampton City Mission foodbanks and Romsey Young Carers, to children’s charity Alfie’s Wish and SOS Children’s Villages UK, which supports villages in countries where help is less readily available than in the UK. Stroud also creates shoeboxes that are sent to Eastern Europe, and gets involved in national events such as Children in Need, Comic Relief and Sport Relief and Jeans for Genes.”

About Stroud

Stroud School is an exciting, independent preparatory school where boys and girls aged 3 to 13 years old thrive in its unique family environment. With an ISI Excellent rating, it is the preparatory school for King Edward VI School, Southampton. Highwood House is an impressive Victorian building standing in 22 acres of beautiful rural countryside with its pupils hailing from both Wiltshire and Hampshire. With only six former heads since its foundation in 1926, Stroud has always been a school that values the family ethos. It is a school with a strong academic record, fantastic sports facilities and links to strong academic secondary schools. Stroud’s curriculum achieves the highest academic standard without compromising the key skills its children need to be successful in the workplace and generally in life.  The school ethos and curriculum is centred around the Stroud Spirit values, which provide pupils with a strong sense of community; this character curriculum not only fosters creativity and curiosity, but it equips its children with empathy, celebrates individuality and encourages its children to live up to the school motto, in aeternum intrepidus – Forever Undaunted – every day.

School Website: https://www.stroud-kes.org.uk/

 

Hares of Hampshire