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Campaigners call for changes to secondary education in Stamford

Campaigners call for changes to secondary education in Stamford

Campaigners call for changes to secondary education in Stamford

Campaigners are calling for changes to secondary education after children were denied places at their preferred schools.


Headteachers address secondary education provision

Headteachers address secondary education provision

Headteachers address secondary education provision

Headteachers have opposing views on how to address concerns about secondary education in Stamford.


School plans for all-weather games

School plans for all-weather games

School plans for all-weather games

A multi-use games area could be installed for pupils to use at their school.


Squat challenge helps students stay active

Squat challenge helps students stay active

Squat challenge helps students stay active

Students from Stamford College sports department took part in a squat challenge during February and raised £940 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.


Teacher assessed grades welcomed

Teacher assessed grades welcomed

Teacher assessed grades welcomed

Pupils have welcomed the news that they will be receiving teacher assessed grades for GCSE and A-Levels.


Parents face 20-mile trip for covid tests

Parents face 20-mile trip for covid tests

Parents face 20-mile trip for covid tests

People are being asked to carry out twice-weekly Covid-19 tests - but the nearest collection point involves a 20-mile trip.


Rutland secondary school places are revealed

Rutland secondary school places are revealed

Rutland secondary school places are revealed

Ninety-three per cent of Rutland children have been offered a place at their first choice of secondary school.


Schools are ready to welcome pupils back for face-to-face lessons

Schools are ready to welcome pupils back for face-to-face lessons

Schools are ready to welcome pupils back for face-to-face lessons

Teachers have expressed their excitement following news that pupils will return to the classroom for face-to-face lessons.


Building firm supports learning

Building firm supports learning

Building firm supports learning

A building company is supporting a primary school with home learning.


Staff prepare wellbeing bags for homeschooling families

Staff prepare wellbeing bags for homeschooling families

Staff prepare wellbeing bags for homeschooling families

Staff at English Martyrs Catholic Voluntary Academy in Oakham put together wellbeing bags for all their families ahead of half-term.


Which schools are closed today because of snow?

Which schools are closed today because of snow?

Which schools are closed today because of snow?

Snow continues to affect some parts of the area, and a handful of schools are closed today (Wednesday, February 10).


Schools won't reopen until at least March 8

Schools won't reopen until at least March 8

Schools won't reopen until at least March 8

The Prime Minister has said schools will not reopen until March 8.


Schools to remain closed because of snow

Schools to remain closed because of snow

Schools to remain closed because of snow

Two secondary schools have announced they will be remaining closed tomorrow (January 26) as a result of the snow.


Pupil says mini exams would seem ‘inhumane’

Pupil says mini exams would seem ‘inhumane’

Pupil says mini exams would seem ‘inhumane’

A pupil has called on the education secretary to ensure the grading of A-Level examinations is done fairly.


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