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Nine out of ten children in Rutland get their first choice of secondary school

Nine out of ten children in Rutland get their first choice of secondary school

Nine out of ten children in Rutland get their first choice of secondary school

01 March 2019

Council says schools in great demand


Rutland residents praised for their recycling

Rutland residents praised for their recycling

Rutland residents praised for their recycling

01 March 2019

Council reports over busy Christmas season


Swim instructors visit primary schools to educate youngsters

Swim instructors visit primary schools to educate youngsters

Swim instructors visit primary schools to educate youngsters

30 June 2018

Two Oakham Swim School lifeguards have visited eight primary schools in Rutland as part of the national Drowning Prevention Week campaign


Adult learning service a lifeline

Adult learning service a lifeline

Adult learning service a lifeline

09 June 2018

Rutland Adult Learning and Skills Service (RALSS) has again been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted


Computer science students rise to challenge

Computer science students rise to challenge

Computer science students rise to challenge

07 June 2018

Oakham School’s first ever Hackathon was specially designed to encourage and develop students’ problem solving skills and abilities


Lib Dems call in decision

Lib Dems call in decision

20 December 2016

A COUNCIL’s plans to terminate its agreement with another council over implementing traffic orders in Fareham has been called in.


Your News: North Luffenham youngsters show off their voices

Your News: North Luffenham youngsters show off their voices

Your News: North Luffenham youngsters show off their voices

28 January 2016

The Year 4, 5 and 6 pupils from St Mary and St John, North Luffenham, had a fun-filled evening in Birmingham this week, taking part in ‘Young Voices’.


Your News: Experts join Fear and Fantasy week at Oakham School

Your News: Experts join Fear and Fantasy week at Oakham School

Your News: Experts join Fear and Fantasy week at Oakham School

26 January 2016

Leading experts have joined teachers and pupils at Oakham School to take part in ‘Fear and Fantasy’ week: a packed programme of fascinating talks, workshops and activities.


Your News: Catmose celebrates students’ achievements

Your News: Catmose celebrates students’ achievements

Your News: Catmose celebrates students’ achievements

09 December 2015

Catmose College recently held its annual Presentation Evening in the Theatre at Catmose College.


Melton and Rutland MP Sir Alan Duncan welcomes Chancellor’s commitment to introduce fair school funding

Melton and Rutland MP Sir Alan Duncan welcomes Chancellor’s commitment to introduce fair school funding

Melton and Rutland MP Sir Alan Duncan welcomes Chancellor’s commitment to introduce fair school funding

05 December 2015

Melton and Rutland MP the Rt Hon Sir Alan Duncan has welcomed the Chancellor’s commitment to introduce fair school funding as part of his Comprehensive Spending Review.


Your News: Representing the UK for eighth year

Your News: Representing the UK for eighth year

Your News: Representing the UK for eighth year

02 December 2015

For a record eight years in a row, pupils from Oakham School have represented the UK at an international conference held at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.


Your News: Learning all over America

Your News: Learning all over America

Your News: Learning all over America

01 December 2015

Pupils from Oakham School enjoyed learning all over the USA during two school trips in half term. Whilst Geographers took to the West Coast, Business, Economics and Politics pupils travelled to the East Coast.


Your News: A celebration of pupils’ successes

Your News: A celebration of pupils’ successes

Your News: A celebration of pupils’ successes

30 November 2015

On Friday, November 20, Uppingham Community College hosted the annual Year 11 Presentation Evening when Year 11 pupils returned to receive their GCSE certificates and awards.


Your News: Pupils’ performance in Paris

Your News: Pupils’ performance in Paris

Your News: Pupils’ performance in Paris

29 November 2015

The Performing Arts Tour 2015 was a unique opportunity for musicians, dancers and actors from Catmose College to showcase a selection of performances in Paris.


Your News: Catmose pupils visit the Houses of Parliament

Your News: Catmose pupils visit the Houses of Parliament

Your News: Catmose pupils visit the Houses of Parliament

20 October 2015

Pupils visit the Houses of Parliament


Your News: Oakham School pupils learn in the great outdoors

Your News: Oakham School pupils learn in the great outdoors

Your News: Oakham School pupils learn in the great outdoors

19 October 2015

More than 80 of Oakham School’s youngest pupils took on the role of ‘buccaneers’ and set off into the countryside for three days of adventures and problem-solving, all in the name of developing their learning skills outside the classroom.


Your News: Fun-filled visit to EducationCity

Your News: Fun-filled visit to EducationCity

Your News: Fun-filled visit to EducationCity

19 October 2015

Oakham-based business, EducationCity, has recently had a fun-filled visit from pupils at local primary school, Brooke Hill Academy.


Your News: Oakham School pupils visit construction site

Your News: Oakham School pupils visit construction site

Your News: Oakham School pupils visit construction site

23 July 2015

Developer takes children behind the scenes at Thorpe Manor


Your News: New principal lays out his vision for future

Your News: New principal lays out his vision for future

Your News: New principal lays out his vision for future

03 May 2015

Carl Smith, the new principal of Casterton College, Rutland promised ‘virtually a new school’ as he laid out his vision for a bright new future for the college.


Your News: Principal Victoria Crosher retires after 10 years at Casterton

Your News: Principal Victoria Crosher retires after 10 years at Casterton

Your News: Principal Victoria Crosher retires after 10 years at Casterton

01 April 2015

Victoria Crosher, Principal of Casterton Business and Enterprise College County College and Rutland’s longest serving secondary Head teacher retired at Easter after a decade of successful leadership.


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