Merry Christmas from the staff at Plymouth College
Plymouth College teachers have a bit of fun with the song 'Happy'.
At just 13 years old, Plymouth College's Victoria Vincent is interviewed after winning the senior 10m platform event at the British Diving Championships. It is thought that she is the youngest ever winner of this event, beating Tom Daley by 6 months!
Stephen Mautula from Tanzania thanks Plymouth College Year 7 pupils who sponsor him via the Banana Tree Project so that he can go to school.
Lithuanian students Ruta Meilutyte, Mantas Budrys and Eva Gliozeryte, who are all studying at Plymouth College, explain what life is like at a British school and their hopes for the future.
Plymouth College teachers did their own version of Splash to raise money for Sport Relief and the British Heart Foundation. GB divers, Francesca Del Celo and Victoria Vincent, who are pupils at the school showed them how it's done. Star of ITV's Splash and diving head coach, Andy Banks, was on the judging panel.
Current pupil and swimmer, Ruta Meilutyte, breaks two world records and becomes world champion while former pupil, Henry Slade, helps England to victory in the Junior World Rugby Cup.
Plymouth College's Olympic gold medallist, Ruta Meilutyte, talks about her swimming, school life and what she likes to do in her spare time.
Plymouth College pupil, Tom Daley, won Male Pupil of the Year at the Telegraph/Aviva School Sport Matters Awards on 14 November 2012
Plymouth College won Independent School of the Year at the Telegraph/Aviva School Sports Matters Awards on 14 November 2012
Plymouth College pupil, Ruta Meilutyte, being interviewed after her sensational gold medal win in the 100m breaststroke at London 2012 Olympic Games.
Plymouth College pupils celebrate the Jubilee with a party and a rousing rendition of Land and Hope and Glory, led by Mr Tait.
Former Plymouth College pupil and classical singer, David Webb, visited the school with his band, Amore. They serenaded two of Plymouth College's Olympians, Jamila and Ruta.
Plymouth College's four Olympians - Tom Daley, Ruta Meilutyte, Jamila Lunkuse, Jade Howard - as well as the Headmaster and Director of Swimming, are interviewed about the school and the Olympics.
Plymouth College pupil, Tom Daley, is interviewed about the Olympics and school.
Plymouth College swimmers feature in BBC Spotlight's School Report about the Olympic Games.
Plymouth College pupils go mountain biking at Holston Hill. This is one of the many outdoor activities available at the school.
Plymouth College Preparatory school pupils sing 'I Vow to Thee My Country' and 'Jerusalem' in the school chapel.
Asha Hassan goes to school in Tanzania. This is her video message to Year 7 pupils at Plymouth College who have been sponsoring her through the Banana Tree project.
Set up by a team of inspiring Plymouth College Sixth Formers, Ecovation builds and sells products to help the environment, including the Ecofeeder, a birdfeeder which turns household kitchen food waste into bird food to help reduce landfill. The company sold 150 birdfeeders to a garden centre, signed a manufacturing deal with a company in Nottingham and secured £15,000 in funding. The company won the England Young Person's Social Enterprise of the Year Award.
Plymouth College elite swimmer, Joe Patching, features in an ITV Westcountry news feature. The local TV company is following Joe's progress in the pool to London 2012 and beyond.
Plymouth College's Creative Arts Week involved the whole school and was packed full of activities, workshops and included a variety of dance such as rock 'n' roll, Hindu and street; mask, prop and lantern making; meccano sculpture, block printing and Chinese brush artwork; journalism, photography and film-making to name just a few. Pupils also had the opportunity to visit an inflatable planetarium and there were lectures on sustainability and perfumes.
Plymouth College, one of the South West's leading independent schools. For boys and girls aged rising 3s to 18 years, and with boarding facilities from age 11, the school is based in the bustling maritime city of Plymouth with close proximity to Dartmoor, magnificent countryside and the coastal landscapes of Devon and Cornwall.
Plymouth College sixth formers were chosen to take part in the E4/Channel 4 series, High School Dance. The committee of five were given £5,000 to organise a school dance in just a couple of weeks. The chosen theme was 'Moulin Rouge'.