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Swim school offering free water safety sessions to schools

Swim school offering free water safety sessions to schools

Swim school offering free water safety sessions to schools

A swim school is helping youngsters stay safe this summer by taking their safety message into schools.


School leaders respond to Ofsted criticism of religious education

School leaders respond to Ofsted criticism of religious education

School leaders respond to Ofsted criticism of religious education

Rutland school leaders have responded to an Ofsted report which said schools need to add depth to their religious education curriculum.


Annual sporting event hailed ‘best one yet’

Annual sporting event hailed ‘best one yet’

Annual sporting event hailed ‘best one yet’

A three-day primary school sporting event has been hailed as the ‘best one yet’.


‘We want people to feel like the hall is theirs and that museums are interesting’

‘We want people to feel like the hall is theirs and that museums are interesting’

‘We want people to feel like the hall is theirs and that museums are interesting’

Visitors saw inside a historic hall when youngsters and adults visited a museum to explore a woodland animal trail.


Airfield's D-Day tribute honouring heroes and heritage

Airfield's D-Day tribute honouring heroes and heritage

Airfield's D-Day tribute honouring heroes and heritage

An event on Saturday served as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made and the enduring spirit of camaraderie that defined D-Day.


Bench unveiled in honour of pioneering first registered nurse

Bench unveiled in honour of pioneering first registered nurse

Bench unveiled in honour of pioneering first registered nurse

A primary school has unveiled a bench in honour of the pioneering first registered nurse Ethel Gordon Fenwick.


School given permission for therapy buildings

School given permission for therapy buildings

School given permission for therapy buildings

A school has been granted permission to place therapy outbuildings in its grounds.


Ofsted report highlights success of village school

Ofsted report highlights success of village school

Ofsted report highlights success of village school

A village school is celebrating after its most recent Ofsted inspection maintained its “good” rating.


Brightest stars celebrated at Oscar-style awards evening

Brightest stars celebrated at Oscar-style awards evening

Brightest stars celebrated at Oscar-style awards evening

An annual awards evening saw students’ achievements celebrated with an Oscar-style ceremony.


Pupils mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

Pupils mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

Pupils mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

Primary school pupils paid tribute to the bravery of allied forces who took part in the D-Day landings.


Children services centre plan for former university building

Children services centre plan for former university building

Children services centre plan for former university building

A former university building could be transformed into a children’s centre under new plans.


New boy at school is gaining friends

New boy at school is gaining friends

New boy at school is gaining friends

Like many four-and-a-half year olds, Jim is just starting out on his school career.


Plans to install puffin crossing outside primary school passed despite a ‘large number of objections’

Plans to install puffin crossing outside primary school passed despite a ‘large number of objections’

Plans to install puffin crossing outside primary school passed despite a ‘large number of objections’

Plans to install a puffin crossing outside a primary school have been passed - despite a ‘large number of objections’.


Grants to drive numeracy skills

Grants to drive numeracy skills

Grants to drive numeracy skills

Grants worth £1,000 are available to bolster numeracy support in the county.


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