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GCSE results: Top results at Casterton College Rutland for third year running

Students at Casterton College Rutland have achieved top GCSE results for the third year running, with 80 per cent pass rates in English and Maths.

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GCSE results: Record breaking results at Uppingham School

Uppingham School pupils have once again stepped up to the challenges of the IGCSE and GCSE courses and achieved an outstanding set of results – a record-breaking 40.5 per cent of all examinations have been graded A*.

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GCSE results: More than 80 per cent of pupils at Catmose College achieve good passes

At Catmose College, more than 80 per cent of pupils achieved good passes in English and maths - where grades 1 to 9 have been introduced to replace the traditional grades.

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GCSE results: Uppingham Community College delighted with exceptional achievements

Once again Uppingham Community College is delighted with the exceptional achievements of its students in their GCSE exam results.

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GCSE results: Stellar year for Stamford Endowed Schools

Pupils of the Stamford Endowed Schools are celebrating their GCSE results with a quarter of every examination taken being graded at the very highest A* grade and over half of examinations taken being awarded A* or A.

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Jennifer Daw, Freya Menzies and Lydia Simms celebrate their A-level results

A-level results: Harington School students gain Cambridge and Oxford entry grades

An ecstatic student is heading to Cambridge to study veterinary medicine while her Harington School classmate is going to Oxford to study chemistry.

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A-level results: Oakham School celebrates another set of excellent results

Oakham School is celebrating another set of excellent exam results, with an impressive 37 students having achieved straight A* or A grades.

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A-level results: Top results for Stamford Endowed Schools

Students at the Stamford Endowed Schools - Stamford School (boys) and Stamford High School (girls) - are again delighted with some strong A- level examination results.

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From left . English Martyrs Catholic Voluntary Academy pupils, Libby Asher, Teddy Charlesworth, Kahlen Trigg and Bertie Gabbert who were party of the team which won the Primary School Games . By Lee Hellwing.

School scoops maths and sporting titles

Talented pupils from an Oakham primary school are toasting maths and sporting success.

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Jubilant parents celebrate saving underfire school

Jubilant campaigners are celebrating after a school under threat of closure gained a reprieve.

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Pupils celebrate bridge competition win

Youngsters are celebrating after they clinched the winner’s shield in a bridge competition.

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MP seeks answers on school’s future

An MP is meet an education trust running a village primary school as he bids to save the facility.

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Education authority pushed to save school

Protestors have written to a Government body as they fight to save Easton Garford School.

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Fears for village if school closes

A campaigner fighting to save a village school fears other facilities will leave the area if it closes.

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Mathematics department at Casterton Colleger Rutland win a Silver Teaching Award. By Lee Hellwing.

Casterton College Rutland maths department wins top award

Maths teachers at Casterton College Rutland are on cloud nine after scooping a national teaching award.

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Cooking up healthy lessons for youngsters

Pupils have enjoyed a free breakfast as part of a school’s bid to improve wellbeing.

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Bomb hoax causes Stamford college evacuation

A student’s sick joke about having a bomb in her locker led to the evacuation of a further education college.

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School pupils bid farewell to deputy head

Bourne Westfield said a sad farewell to popular deputy headteacher, Nick Chandler, last Friday.

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Rising Stars of Rutland Day

Some of the most able children in Year 5 at Malcolm Sargent Primary School in Stamford, Great Casterton Primary School, Empingham CE Primary School and Ryhall Primary School attended a ‘Rising Stars of Rutland Day at Casterton College Rutland.

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Willoughby School headteacher James Husbands and parent-governor David Conlon who are raising funds

Marathon events planned to help support Willoughby School

Parent Dave Conlon is planning a sponsored 26-mile indoor row and a marathon distance walk to raise funds for Willoughby School.

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