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A teenage technology whiz has become the first person in the UK to create a social network app.
Pupils from a school in Reigate have raised £240 for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day.
Nova Hreod Academy is celebrating after it turned its fortunes around to receive a Good Ofsted rating for the first time in the school’s history.
Northampton Academy is delighted to be the winning team for the Space Project Presentation, in the Midlands heat of Tomorrow’s Engineers EEP Robotics Space Challenge 2017.
I was delighted to welcome progress this week as the Government announced that it would be investing £415 million to transform school facilities and encourage healthier lifestyles.
11 Year Eight students from The Regis School are celebrating after passing the Brilliant Club Project with flying colours.
A South Yorkshire school took to the turf at the recent Six Nations clash between England and Italy to unveil their school’s new rugby kit, which they designed themselves.
Pupils from Accrington Academy have had help from an international theatre company as they prepare for a big performance.
Students in Year 9–11 at Manchester Academy took part in this year’s UKMT Intermediate Mathematical Challenge and achieved great success!
Members of the student council visited Arval UK to officially launch Nova’s new partnership with the car leasing firm.
On Thursday 9th March award-winning author Ali Sparkes, well known for her fast-paced Shapeshifter series, visited Midhurst Rother College to speak to Year 8 students.
Television historian and University of Manchester’s Professor of Public History Michael Wood paid a visit to Manchester Academy, giving students a glimpse into the city’s past.
Pupils from High Hazels Academy had tea with the Lord Mayor of Sheffield Cllr Denise Fox.
Students at a school in Reigate have been wearing mufti to raise cash for a UK charity that has helped to build and develop a girls’ residential school in the Sudan.
Midhurst Rother College saw a large number of exhibitors and visitors at its recent careers fair, building on the success of the inaugural fair held in 2016.
Young hockey players were able to learn from the best when they had a coaching session with an Olympic gold medallist.
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