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New home for deaf swim group

New home for deaf swim group

New home for deaf swim group

Deaf children who attended lessons at a pool that closed to the public have found a new home.


‘Children’s voices should be heard’

‘Children’s voices should be heard’

‘Children’s voices should be heard’

A new headteacher says giving children the ability to problem-solve and debate issues confidently are two of her main aims for her school.


School confirms move to mixed-sex classes

School confirms move to mixed-sex classes

School confirms move to mixed-sex classes

A school has confirmed it will scrap single-sex classes next autumn.


Model railway club exhibition is back - and bigger than ever

Model railway club exhibition is back - and bigger than ever

Model railway club exhibition is back - and bigger than ever

Club members who had their railway exhibition wrecked by teenage vandals are excited to return.


Education secretary Nadhim Zahawi pays visit to schools

Education secretary Nadhim Zahawi pays visit to schools

Education secretary Nadhim Zahawi pays visit to schools

The Tory minister for education has described two schools in the area as 'inspirational'.


School to benefit from £6.5m expansion

School to benefit from £6.5m expansion

School to benefit from £6.5m expansion

A £6.5m special school extension is set to be unveiled.


Pupils enjoy breakfast event

Pupils enjoy breakfast event

Pupils enjoy breakfast event

Children learnt about the importance of breakfast during a themed event.


Visitors delved into the world of books

Visitors delved into the world of books

Visitors delved into the world of books

She may have had ‘no authority’ to remove councillors from a parish council Zoom meeting but she certainly commanded plenty at weekend book festival.


School’s dress outlet aims to make prom night easier

School’s dress outlet aims to make prom night easier

School’s dress outlet aims to make prom night easier

A year leader with a plan hopes to help people be able to go to proms this year.


End of an era as teaching assistant retires after 26 years

End of an era as teaching assistant retires after 26 years

End of an era as teaching assistant retires after 26 years

A much-loved teaching assistant has stepped down from her role after 26 years.


Children design card to welcome newcomers to village

Children design card to welcome newcomers to village

Children design card to welcome newcomers to village

Schoolchildren have designed a card to welcome newcomers to their village.


Conference on mental health

Conference on mental health

Conference on mental health

Pupils from schools across Rutland attended a mental health and wellbeing conference.


Cyber attack on school data

Cyber attack on school data

Cyber attack on school data

Computer systems at a town school were hacked during the Easter holidays.


Grabbing gardening tools to celebrate Platinum Jubilee

Grabbing gardening tools to celebrate Platinum Jubilee

Grabbing gardening tools to celebrate Platinum Jubilee

Pupils have been digging in to the celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee by planting trees.


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