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School hall site gets a visit from Newark MP

School hall site gets a visit from Newark MP

School hall site gets a visit from Newark MP

Newark MP Robert Jenrick visited the construction site of a school hall in his constituency that is finally being built after a 20-year fight.


Youngsters in special needs education move into school they can be proud of

Youngsters in special needs education move into school they can be proud of

Youngsters in special needs education move into school they can be proud of

A new state-of-the-art Orchard School has opened its doors on London Road, Balderton.


Reading choice is expanded for primary pupils

Reading choice is expanded for primary pupils

Reading choice is expanded for primary pupils

Councillors John Pearson and Allison Malcolm have donated an array of children’s books to a primary school.


First-hand learning of industry skills for secondary school pupils

First-hand learning of industry skills for secondary school pupils

First-hand learning of industry skills for secondary school pupils

A designer passed on some of his skills in workshops with pupils.


Children's home for vulnerable to temporarily close despite county council assuring otherwise

Children's home for vulnerable to temporarily close despite county council assuring otherwise

Children's home for vulnerable to temporarily close despite county council assuring otherwise

The closure has been confirmed ­— just days after the county council issued an assurance it had no intention of shutting the facility.

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BBC set to broadcast free lessons during lockdown

BBC set to broadcast free lessons during lockdown

BBC set to broadcast free lessons during lockdown

The BBC has announced that it will broadcast lessons aimed at both primary and secondary schoolchildren.


'We will not be relying on an algorithm' to replace exam results

'We will not be relying on an algorithm' to replace exam results

'We will not be relying on an algorithm' to replace exam results

Education secretary Gavin Williamson has announced teacher assessment will replace GCSE, AS and A-Level exams.


Nottinghamshire bucks national trend for lockdown childcare

Nottinghamshire bucks national trend for lockdown childcare

Nottinghamshire bucks national trend for lockdown childcare

The county has performed well above the national average in terms of the number of nurseries and preschools that have remained open, or have reopened.


Homeschooling, exams and free school meals — How students are affected by latest measures

Homeschooling, exams and free school meals — How students are affected by latest measures

Homeschooling, exams and free school meals — How students are affected by latest measures

Mr Johnson's decision to close schools came 24 hours after he said: “There is no doubt in my mind schools are safe and that education is a priority.”


Revealed: What you can do under England's third lockdown

Revealed: What you can do under England's third lockdown

Revealed: What you can do under England's third lockdown

The latest restrictions are just as tough as those imposed in the first lockdown and are set to continue until at least six weeks.


POLL: Do you think schools, colleges and universities should have remained open?

POLL: Do you think schools, colleges and universities should have remained open?

POLL: Do you think schools, colleges and universities should have remained open?

All schools, primary, secondary, colleges and universities, have now moved to remote learning.


Positive report for school work

Positive report for school work

Positive report for school work

The progress made on Nottinghamshire County Council's schools building programme during 2020 has been reviewed.


School officially ditches Gladstone

School officially ditches Gladstone

School officially ditches Gladstone

A school has officially re-branded itself because of its former namesake’s links to the slave trade, writes Elliot Ball.

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Gamers rally round to help console kids in and around Newark

Gamers rally round to help console kids in and around Newark

Gamers rally round to help console kids in and around Newark

A gaming enthusiast who started a Facebook club for like-minded individuals has raised more than £1,500 for children suffering through bereavement.


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