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Derby UTC digs in for the future
Some of the first prospective students of the Derby Manufacturing University Technical College (UTC) helped to mark the start of building work on the new campus in Pride...
Enterprising winners at Fiver Challenge awards ceremony
Young entrepreneurs from primary schools across the UK this week celebrated their success with Sir Richard Branson at the Fiver Challenge Awards Ceremony in London. The Young Enterprise...
Plymouth school steps back in time
A Plymouth primary academy brought history to life as they swapped the classroom for a First World War re-enactment. Almost 40 children from St George’s Church of England...
Academy raises £13k for cancer charity
Students from a Durham academy have raised nearly £13,000 for charity after organising a host of fundraising events. North Durham Academy, Stanley, chose Teenage Cancer Trust as their...
Students’ try new rugby hub
Andover Rugby Club kicked off a new satellite programme encouraging students to play team sport at a Hampshire academy last week. Winton Community Academy’s new rugby hub is...
Ark to pilot ‘Professional Pathways’
Schools Reform Minister Nick Gibb (pictured above) attended the launch of three new sixth forms which are to pilot a new course preparing students for work, including in...
New logo for primary school in Kent after six-year-old wins design competition
A school pupil from Kent will be particularly proud to wear their new school uniform this term after designing its new logo. Six-year-old Brooke Taylor (pictured) of St...
MP hails school with "amazing floors" selected after students were polled
A London school welcomed the start of the new academic year with a visit from local Labour MP Frank Dobson who opened new facilities. Eleanor Palmer primary school,...
Celebrities line-up to support the opening of Birmingham's newest free school
A host of famous faces have helped launch Birmingham’s newest free school, Perry Beeches IV. Celebrities included comedian Jasper Carrot, Chef Rustie Lee, TV presenter Bev Bevan and...
Students at studio school start specialising in space technology, science and maths
An Oxfordshire school has opened its doors for pupils who want to work in the space industry. Space Studio Banbury (pictured) will mix academic studies with work-based training, and...
School completes three week expedition to Malawi for charity and Gold DofE Award
Pupils from a Northwood school have travelled to Malawi to help African charities and take part in their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award this summer. A group of...

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