Schools across the Advertiser area are to benefit from a £3.4m investment programme by Nottinghamshire County Council.
Major plans that could provide 600 students with educational pathways into the construction industry have been announced.
Ambitious plans for Newark have been submitted as it becomes one of the first to bid for up to £25m funding from the government.
Lucy Moxey won a national competition that encouraged children to submit 500-word pieces on the theme of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.
The school, which will move into its new Fernwood site in September, will teach its students to work hard and be kind.
Youngsters at a nursery are getting a head start on government requirements to promote oral hygiene.
Sunday saw a march and rally in Newark.
Students who previously spent up to two hours travelling to and from school each day say they will take advantage of time saved ahead of their GSCEs.
Inspire, which delivers library services on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council, is getting ready for another inspiring summer of reading.
The opening of a secondary school’s new site is a dream come true for the students, according to head Mr Andy Pettit.
William Gladstone Church of England Academy will have a change of name in the year 2020-21, following months of consultations.