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Important dates for parents and teenagers ahead of A-level results day

Important dates for parents and teenagers ahead of A-level results day

Important dates for parents and teenagers ahead of A-level results day

07 August 2015

With A-level results day 2015 only a week away, here’s the list of key Ucas application and Clearing deadlines parents and teenagers need to know.


Rutland pupils get hands on with science

Rutland pupils get hands on with science

Rutland pupils get hands on with science

05 August 2015

Scores of pupils from across Rutland and the wider area visited Uppingham Community College for some practical experiments during a science fair.


Debt warning as university tuition fees tipped to rise to £10,000 a year

Debt warning as university tuition fees tipped to rise to £10,000 a year

Debt warning as university tuition fees tipped to rise to £10,000 a year

05 August 2015

Tuition fees at some universities could reach £10,000 a year by 2020, a new study has been suggested.


Deputy head of Bourne school leaves after 25 years on award-winning note

Deputy head of Bourne school leaves after 25 years on award-winning note

Deputy head of Bourne school leaves after 25 years on award-winning note

02 August 2015

The senior deputy headteacher of Bourne Abbey Primary Academy has said farewell to the school that was her working home for 25 years.


Willougby School thanks outgoing headteacher Adam

Willougby School thanks outgoing headteacher Adam

Willougby School thanks outgoing headteacher Adam

26 July 2015

Pupils and staff said farewell and good luck to the man who completely transformed a special school in his 19 years working there.


Emotional farewell to retiring Langham headteacher

Emotional farewell to retiring Langham headteacher

Emotional farewell to retiring Langham headteacher

25 July 2015

A headteacher who has been the heart of a village primary school for nine years bid an emotional goodbye last week as she retired.


‘Time to drag New College Stamford out of the dinosaur age’

‘Time to drag New College Stamford out of the dinosaur age’

‘Time to drag New College Stamford out of the dinosaur age’

19 July 2015

New College Stamford needs to “drag itself out of the dinosaur age”, according to the woman in charge of overseeing its progress.


Pupils raise thousands for cancer charities in memory of Tom Billington

Pupils raise thousands for cancer charities in memory of Tom Billington

Pupils raise thousands for cancer charities in memory of Tom Billington

18 July 2015

Staff and pupils from Stamford School walked 13km in memory of a pupil to raise money for the charities that helped him over the course of his illness.


Pupils’ flag ‘did Rutland proud’ in London

Pupils’ flag ‘did Rutland proud’ in London

Pupils’ flag ‘did Rutland proud’ in London

18 July 2015

Rutland and Melton MP Sir Alan Duncan visited Brooke Hill Academy in Oakham to present pupils with their self-designed flag, which had been flying in Parliament Square as part of the 2015 Flag Project.


Bourne Abbey pupils learn where healthy food comes from

Bourne Abbey pupils learn where healthy food comes from

Bourne Abbey pupils learn where healthy food comes from

12 July 2015

As part of Healthy Week, Year 1 pupils at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy have been busy thinking about food and where it comes from.


Casterton sixth form will ‘solve Stamford issue’

Casterton sixth form will ‘solve Stamford issue’

Casterton sixth form will ‘solve Stamford issue’

10 July 2015

A principal wants to move his sixth form out of Oakham to offer a “permanent solution” to the problem of post-16 education in Stamford.


Langham school pond is a true community effort

Langham school pond is a true community effort

Langham school pond is a true community effort

09 July 2015

Youngsters will be able to enjoy the benefits of a pond in their school grounds after the community came together to refurbish it.


Don’t panic: Exam Results Helpline returns to aid GCSE and A-Level students

Don’t panic: Exam Results Helpline returns to aid GCSE and A-Level students

Don’t panic: Exam Results Helpline returns to aid GCSE and A-Level students

08 July 2015

The Exam Results Helpline is back again this summer with around 40 careers advisers ready to help students with unexpected exam results.


Charles Read pupils of the ‘60s and ‘70s are invited to school reunion

Charles Read pupils of the ‘60s and ‘70s are invited to school reunion

Charles Read pupils of the ‘60s and ‘70s are invited to school reunion

04 July 2015

Did you attend Charles Read School in Corby Glen during the 1960s or ‘70s?


Oakham School pupils held the elderly learn new technology

Oakham School pupils held the elderly learn new technology

Oakham School pupils held the elderly learn new technology

04 July 2015

Pupils from Oakham School have been giving up their time to help elderly people learn how to use their laptops and tablets.


Exton and Greetham pupils welcome new chicks

Exton and Greetham pupils welcome new chicks

Exton and Greetham pupils welcome new chicks

02 July 2015

Pupils at Exton and Greetham Primary School had the opportunity to watch a very special arrival of 10 baby chicks, who hatched from their tiny shells on Tuesday last week.


Lincolnshire’s schools are urged to switch off!

Lincolnshire’s schools are urged to switch off!

Lincolnshire’s schools are urged to switch off!

23 June 2015

Last year’s Lincolnshire Schools Switch Off challenge was a success and, as a result, Lincolnshire County Council will launch the second challenge on Friday, July 10.


Rutland pupils learn plenty at singing workshop

Rutland pupils learn plenty at singing workshop

Rutland pupils learn plenty at singing workshop

21 June 2015

A summer workshop of just shy of 400 pupils from 13 primary schools in the county was held for youngsters to celebrate their singing.


Campaigners react to Lincolnshire school transport review

Campaigners react to Lincolnshire school transport review

Campaigners react to Lincolnshire school transport review

18 June 2015

Campaigners have welcomed a partial review of free school transport in Lincolnshire, but insist the whole policy needs looking at.


Football students to live in former Garden House Hotel in Stamford

Football students to live in former Garden House Hotel in Stamford

Football students to live in former Garden House Hotel in Stamford

18 June 2015

A former hotel will become the new home for young footballers while they develop their skills and complete their education.


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