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Teacher duo aims to top off ‘amazing’ year
Two teachers from York are taking on Band Aid and letting themselves dream of a Christmas No 1. Robin Parmiter and Ian Wilson, both teachers at Huntington School,...
Sign and become a world record holder
Schools across the country are being challenged to become world record breakers as they raise money for deaf children. Students and staff must sing a song and perform...
Special school drafts in former soldiers
A special school is reaping the rewards of being put through their paces by former soldiers. Ernest Cookson School in West Derby, which provides education for boys aged...
Ark academies take to the boards
Students from 12 Ark schools have traded their ballpoint pens for quills over the past few months as they’ve taken part in the annual Shakespeare Schools Festival, the...
Pyjama day raises funds for Ebola fight
Pupils at a primary school in Cheltenham swapped their uniforms for pyjamas to raise £356 to help to fight Ebola. The students at St Gregory’s Primary School wore...
Rower benefits from trust scholarship
Talented young people across the David Ross Education Trust (DRET), including rowers, pianists and kick-boxers, have been awarded more than £5,000 as part of a scholarship scheme. Ten...
Your Life campaign gets official nod
Education secretary Nicky Morgan got behind a campaign to boost maths and physics when she told a group of students from University Technical College (UTC) Norfolk that both...
Students learn to support peers
A group of 32 Nottingham Girls’ High School students will now be better able to support their peers after a coaching session with educational psychologist Dr Val Besag....
Garden waits to spring into life
A Peterborough care home will soon get fresh organic fruit and veg from new school gardens at Stanground Academy. The new garden is part of an environmental project...
Hampshire team head for life in the pit lane
Next time it’ll be champagne, but for now a St George flag and punches in the air marked success for a team of five students from Robert May’s...
Duke keeps an eye on lessons
Crown Wood primary in Bracknell got a royal seal of approval last week when the Duke of Gloucester officially opened new facilities. The duke toured the new building...

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