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Young footballers raise over £1,100 for homeless charities

Young footballers raise over £1,100 for homeless charities

Young footballers raise over £1,100 for homeless charities

21 June 2019

Collingham Panthers U7s team organised a challenge to help educate the young footballers about homelessness, raising more than £1,10 for charity.


Holy Trinity storm to chess 100% win rate

Holy Trinity storm to chess 100% win rate

Holy Trinity storm to chess 100% win rate

21 June 2019

Holy Trinity Catholic Academy won the Newark schools chess competition for the 2018-19 year - the first time a 100% score has been posted.


Loose change drives bus appeal

Loose change drives bus appeal

Loose change drives bus appeal

21 June 2019

Pupils at Chuter Ede Primary School collected loose change and placed the coins on the ground to trace the outline of a minibus.


Special day as school building work under way

Special day as school building work under way

Special day as school building work under way

20 June 2019

After years of campaigning, the day that construction work begins at Newark Orchard School is here.


Highfields goes Bright Blue for Beaumond House

Highfields goes Bright Blue for Beaumond House

Highfields goes Bright Blue for Beaumond House

20 June 2019

Highfields school pupils have been wearing blue for Beaumond House Community Hospice’s Be Bright Blue campaign.


Multi-generational fun at Bowbridge Court

Multi-generational fun at Bowbridge Court

Multi-generational fun at Bowbridge Court

18 June 2019

Bowbridge Court care home, now hosts weekly ‘tots’ sessions on a Monday morning with local children and their parents.


Are secondary schools in Newark improving?

Are secondary schools in Newark improving?

Are secondary schools in Newark improving?

14 June 2019

In light of The Magnus Church of England Academy's 'Good' Ofsted rating, are secondary schools in Newark improving?


School delighted with good Ofsted report

School delighted with good Ofsted report

School delighted with good Ofsted report

14 June 2019

A secondary school in Newark has achieved an Ofsted good rating ­— the first to do so for more than a decade.


Exhibition of the travelling life

Exhibition of the travelling life

Exhibition of the travelling life

13 June 2019

An exhibition to celebrate the culture, heritage and history of the Travelling community will be hosted in Newark next week.


Creative juices flow at Orchard School

Creative juices flow at Orchard School

Creative juices flow at Orchard School

07 June 2019

Pupils at The Orchard’s Newark site had a week of creative freedom as part of the schools art week.


Lift off: Air and Defence college is landing soon

Lift off: Air and Defence college is landing soon

Lift off: Air and Defence college is landing soon

05 June 2019

A college to train young people for the Royal Air Force and the wider aerospace industry will be extended into Newark College in September.


Puddle-jumping day with Peppa proves popular

Puddle-jumping day with Peppa proves popular

Puddle-jumping day with Peppa proves popular

27 May 2019

Children 1st Day Nursery held a fundraising muddy puddle walk, inspired by TV programme Peppa Pig, on Thursday to raise money for Save the Children.


School's traveller policy debated on the national stage

School's traveller policy debated on the national stage

School's traveller policy debated on the national stage

26 May 2019

Claire Kent, head of Mount Church of England school, attended Parliament to launch Good Practice Guide for improving outcomes for Traveller Children.


Students are of a gold standard

Students are of a gold standard

Students are of a gold standard

18 May 2019

A school has been awarded National Citizen Service (NCS) Gold Champion status for the second year running.


Long-serving MEP offering a different Brexit message

Long-serving MEP offering a different Brexit message

Long-serving MEP offering a different Brexit message

17 May 2019

The Liberal Democrats said the upcoming European elections are about putting out an “alternative message” on Brexit in the East Midlands.


Inspectors give school a glowing report

Inspectors give school a glowing report

Inspectors give school a glowing report

14 May 2019

Teachers and pupils are celebrating receiving top marks in their latest school inspection.


Retired Grove teacher to appear on Vicky McClure:My Dementia Choir

Retired Grove teacher to appear on Vicky McClure:My Dementia Choir

Retired Grove teacher to appear on Vicky McClure:My Dementia Choir

02 May 2019

A new two-part BBC series about the role of music in fighting dementia will feature a retired teacher from Farndon.


School adds a splash of colour

School adds a splash of colour

School adds a splash of colour

01 May 2019

The front entrance of Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Academy, Aslockton, was looking tired and in need of some love and a splash of colour.


Teachers learning to master education

Teachers learning to master education

Teachers learning to master education

13 April 2019

Teachers at the Sir Donald Bailey Academy, Newark are leading by example to bring greater expertise to the classroom.


Police test bravery of teenagers

Police test bravery of teenagers

Police test bravery of teenagers

12 April 2019

A youth engagement event in Newark has reached new heights.


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