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Pupil cooks, cleans and washes with spring water for school project
A year 8 pupil has been living off water he has collected from a local spring for three days as part of a school project. Henry Garrard, a...
Movers & Shakers: Lindsey Hull, Vivienne Durham and Paul Murphy
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving Bristol’s only state residential school has appointed Lindsey Hull as headteacher. Hull will be the first ever female headteacher...
Theme of Anti-Bullying Week 2017 revealed as 'All Different, All Equal'
The theme of Anti-Bullying Week 2017 has been set as ‘All Different, All Equal’ following a survey of nearly 600 young people. Pupils who took part in the...
Class shares a pencil to experience what learning is like for those in poverty
Pupils at St Cuthbert’s C of E Junior School shared one pencil for a whole lesson to experience what learning is like for young people in poverty-stricken parts...
Primary school works with care home and its hens to combat loneliness in residents
Pupils from Sharp Lane Primary School have been working with a local care home to take part in weekly chicken-themed activities with residents – and their hens. For...
Year 5 pupils turn art project into lucrative business
A London primary school has come up with a lucrative business model, with pupils selling original works of art to raise money. Year 5 pupils from Lansbury Lawrence...
Movers & Shakers: Mark Barrow, Sally Apps and Rachel Kitley
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving Mark Barrow has been appointed headteacher of Ixworth Free School in Suffolk. The school, which opened in September 2014,...
Free resource reinvents Shakespeare for primary schools
A free online theatre resource is offering a primary school-friendly version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The National Theatre’s On Demand in Schools has released a version of...
Winners of national sweet-designing competition get a backstage tour of the Discovery Channel
Two pupils who won a national competition to design Willy Wonka-inspired sweets went behind the scenes at the Discovery Channel as part of their prize. Alfie Richards, 9,...
Primary schools wanted for project on harnessing the power of teaching assistants
A new project that is determined to harness the power of teaching assistants has been launched in England. Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants (MITA) aims to improve...
Coastal school joins campaign against pebble-pinchers
Pupils at Manor Beach Primary School in Lancashire have joined a campaign to stop people stealing pebbles from their local beach. The youngsters, with the Rossall Beach Residents...

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