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Eton’s ski team took part in the prestigious Canada Cup for the fourth consecutive year.

A number of rare objects from the Myers Collection will be touring schools this term, helping pupils to learn about life in Ancient Egypt.

The life and impact of botanist Sir Joseph Banks was explored by the Curator of Eton’s College Natural History Museum.

It’s been a busy start for Eton’s new cricket professional Tim Roberts, who joined the school in September.

The 80 years of the Institute of Groundsmanship (IoG) were celebrated this year, with a special visit to Eton College’s grounds and a talk about the work that goes into maintaining and enhancing them.

Doug Feagin is the first Etonian to have been chosen to represent England in the World Schools' Debating Championships next summer.

Pupils from Wycombe Abbey joined History Society members for a University Challenge-style quiz.

Eton College's Natural History Museum will be taking part in the Living Advent Calendar event at 6pm this Wednesday 17 December, when the doors will be open for local residents to explore.

Five Vikings were among the 36 athletes taking part in the recent Oxford and Cambridge Trial Eights.

Around 500 pupils from schools as far away as Cornwall and Manchester travelled to Eton for the Keynes Society’s event.