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Education chiefs promise that there are ‘sufficient’ school places to cope with 200 homes

Education chiefs promise that there are ‘sufficient’ school places to cope with 200 homes

Education chiefs promise that there are ‘sufficient’ school places to cope with 200 homes

Education chiefs insist there are ‘sufficient school places’ to cope with 200 new homes in two areas - despite concerns raised by residents.


‘Friendly, nurturing and welcoming’ school celebrates good rating after inspection

‘Friendly, nurturing and welcoming’ school celebrates good rating after inspection

‘Friendly, nurturing and welcoming’ school celebrates good rating after inspection

A school described as ‘friendly, nurturing and welcoming’ has been rated ‘good’.


Building project approved for town school

Building project approved for town school

Building project approved for town school

A town school has been given the go-ahead to create a new building to meet the needs of its pupils.


School launches fundraiser to buy new minibus

School launches fundraiser to buy new minibus

School launches fundraiser to buy new minibus

A school which looks after children with special educational needs is fundraising to buy a new minibus.


Cadets take on several challenges across busy three months

Cadets take on several challenges across busy three months

Cadets take on several challenges across busy three months

School cadets have had a busy three months.


Kwik cricket sessions return to area

Kwik cricket sessions return to area

Kwik cricket sessions return to area

Kwik cricket sessions are returning to the area.


Plans go in for major school redevelopment

Plans go in for major school redevelopment

Plans go in for major school redevelopment

Plans for a major re-development of a secondary school have been submitted.


Pupils help raise awareness of brain tumour charity

Pupils help raise awareness of brain tumour charity

Pupils help raise awareness of brain tumour charity

Primary school students have helped to raise awareness for a brain tumour charity.


Big hugs for spring’s adorable new arrivals

Big hugs for spring’s adorable new arrivals

Big hugs for spring’s adorable new arrivals

Gorgeous newborn lambs are being enjoyed by visitors to a working farm.


Classmates clinch top spots in international competition

Classmates clinch top spots in international competition

Classmates clinch top spots in international competition

Two friends called Katie have had their work recognised in a photography contest.


Schoolchildren thousands of miles apart feature in music video to battle climate change

Schoolchildren thousands of miles apart feature in music video to battle climate change

Schoolchildren thousands of miles apart feature in music video to battle climate change

School children thousands of miles apart come together virtually for a music video spreading a message on climate change.


Police officers give talk to youth group

Police officers give talk to youth group

Police officers give talk to youth group

Youngsters were given a talk by police officers about the consequences of crime.


Plans for new school boarding house

Plans for new school boarding house

Plans for new school boarding house

An old primary school site could be turned into a boarding house, if a planning application is approved.


Guests left enthralled in lecture led by renowned scientist

Guests left enthralled in lecture led by renowned scientist

Guests left enthralled in lecture led by renowned scientist

A renowned scientist has wowed students in an annual lecture.

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