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MP quizzed on immigration, favourite prime ministers, and his career in politics

MP quizzed on immigration, favourite prime ministers, and his career in politics

MP quizzed on immigration, favourite prime ministers, and his career in politics

Students quizzed their MP on a range of topics — from immigration to his favourite prime minister — during his visit to a secondary school.

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Ofsted find college is good across all areas

Ofsted find college is good across all areas

Ofsted find college is good across all areas

A college has been praised for high quality education and skilled teachers following an inspection earlier this year.


Thousands more parents to soon be offered free childcare

Thousands more parents to soon be offered free childcare

Thousands more parents to soon be offered free childcare

Working parents of babies aged nine months and above will soon be able to apply for free childcare – and here’s the exact date applications will open.


Fast Forward helps students march to a different beat

Fast Forward helps students march to a different beat

Fast Forward helps students march to a different beat

An innovative music programme will give students an alternative path to conventional education.


Pyjamas success for World Book Day

Pyjamas success for World Book Day

Pyjamas success for World Book Day

A primary school pupils and staff celebrated World Book Day by sharing their favourite bedtime stories.


World Book Day in pictures

World Book Day in pictures

World Book Day in pictures

Schools and families across Newark have got into the spirit of World Book Day today.


Over 98% of children in Nottinghamshire offered one of their top secondary school spots

Over 98% of children in Nottinghamshire offered one of their top secondary school spots

Over 98% of children in Nottinghamshire offered one of their top secondary school spots

The vast majority of children in the county due to start secondary education in September have been offered one of their top four choices of school.


Charity helps student from poverty to top in the country

Charity helps student from poverty to top in the country

Charity helps student from poverty to top in the country

A student from a poverty-hit community scored the highest exam grades in The Gambia after being supported by a Newark-based charity.


The 12 World Book Day books you could choose with your £1 token

The 12 World Book Day books you could choose with your £1 token

The 12 World Book Day books you could choose with your £1 token

World Book Day celebrations take place this week but which special 2024 books might your children wish to swap their £1 book tokens for?


School characterised by kindness and respect receives glowing report

School characterised by kindness and respect receives glowing report

School characterised by kindness and respect receives glowing report

An independent school has received a glowing report following an inspection which praised its positivity and care of pupils.


More Nottinghamshire children offered one of their preferred secondary schools this year

More Nottinghamshire children offered one of their preferred secondary schools this year

More Nottinghamshire children offered one of their preferred secondary schools this year

Today, parents and carers across the county will discover the outcome of their child’s secondary school applications for places starting this autumn.

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School fines for absences to increase in attendance crackdown

School fines for absences to increase in attendance crackdown

School fines for absences to increase in attendance crackdown

Parents face higher fines for taking their children out of school without permission as the government steps up its crackdown on attendance.


Council hope people are inspired by free courses

Council hope people are inspired by free courses

Council hope people are inspired by free courses

Residents in the Newark and Sherwood area are being offered access to free short courses to help them get into employment.


New school library in honour of late pupil

New school library in honour of late pupil

New school library in honour of late pupil

A primary school's new library opened in memory of a former pupil who died of a rare incurable and inoperable brain tumour.


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