Theft man faces one-month wait to learn fate

A man who admitted stealing from a South Holland pre-school will find out next month what sentence he will serve after appearing in court today (Friday).

College of West Anglia principal David Pomfret is stepping down as chief executive of the CWA Academy Trust

New boss to take over CWA Academy Trust

College of West Anglia principal, David Pomfret, is stepping down as chief executive of the CWA Academy Trust, which sponsors six schools across West Norfolk.

General Election of the North East Cambs seat 
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MP hails education funding boost for Fenland

Fenland is set to share a £72 million funding pot to help boost education opportunities under government plans announced today.

Meadowgate school police cadets

Volunteer police cadets from Wisbech enjoy passing out parade

Ten sixth formers from Meadowgate Special School in Wisbech became the second cohort of students from the school to celebrate their passing out parade and be sworn into the Cambridgeshire Volunteer Police Cadets.

Students at the Neale Wade Academy are rewarded for their hard work.

Hardworking March students get festive reward

Students at a March school have been congratulated for their hard work and commitment throughout the last academic year.

Lion King production at Glebelands

Lion King a ‘roaring’ success at Glebelands Primary School

Months of rehearsals paid off when pupils and staff at a Fenland school put on a roaring Christmas show.

CAN-DO ATTITUDE: House captains at Long Sutton Primary School present the results of their Reverse Advent Calendar to Darren Fawcett and Irene Davies of Agapecare Foodbank.   Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG211216-107TW.  

Army of tin soldiers ride to the rescue of families

Long Sutton Primary School has used the traditional Advent calendar to heart-warming effect and collected two trolley-loads of food for families in need.

Isla Wilson has been left without a school education

Four-year-old girl left without school education after becoming the victim of red tape

A mother has questioned the morals of the local education authority and called for common sense to prevail after leaving her daughter without a school education.

Headteacher appeals for help to trace Outwell school vandals

Headteacher appeals for help to trace Outwell school vandals

A primary school headteacher has condemned vandals who broke into his school and daubed offensive language and images on the playground.

Pupils re-enact the nativity scene at Sutton St James Primary School.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG151216-100TW.

Nativity is a stage for pupils cast for action

Children at Sutton St James Primary School will have a more international view of Christmas from now on after a nativity play of truly global proportions.

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Claire Scott plays Where's Rudolf? at Long Sutton Primary School which has been awarded a bronze Soil Association Food for Life award.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG021216-203TW.

Bronze Food for Life award goes to Long Sutton school

Two South Holland primary schools have been recognised for their commitment to preparing and serving healthy fresh school lunches.

Ministers are looking into making sex and relationships education compulsory for all secondary school pupils

Ministers consider mandatory porn lessons

Ministers are looking into making sex and relationships education compulsory in all schools, in a move that would see pupils learning about online pornography, sexting and the issue of sexual consent.

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Emneth Primary School set for academy switch

Emneth Primary School set for academy switch

A West Norfolk village school has this morning announced plans to become an academy.

College of West Anglia construction students handing over Santa's Sleigh they designed and built for Kings Lynn Rotary Club. ANL-161124-091616009

College students renovate Santa’s sleigh ahead of festive King’s Lynn tour

A team of students is helping the Lynn Trinity Rotary Club to spread some festive cheer in the run-up to Christmas by renovating Santa’s sleigh.

West Lynn Primary School Choir ahead of public Christmas performances to raise money for choir's 02 appearance next year. ANL-161129-161852009

West Lynn school choir raises funds for world stage bid

Pupils will help to get shoppers into the Christmas spirit when they perform carols in a bid to become part of the largest school choir in the world.

Running man Ben Smith with pupils at Long Sutton Primary School. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG211116-118TW

Marathons legend Ben Smith inspires Long Sutton children

Multiple marathons maestro and anti-bullying campaigner Ben Smith shared his inspirational life story with children and parents in Long Sutton.

Burrowmoor Primary School in March, 
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Hair we go for Children in Need at March primary school

The children of Burrowmoor Primary School, in March, put on the style as they held a crazy hair and non-uniform day for Children in Need (CiN).

Principal Jason Wing chats with students at the Neale Wade Academy in March.

Ofsted praise for the Neale Wade Academy in March as inspectors rate it as ‘good’

Staff and students at the Neale Wade Academy in March are celebrating after education inspectors judged it as ‘good’ following a recent inspection.

Student appointments at Peele Community College

Student leaders prepare for high profile roles at Long Sutton’s Peele Community College

The Peele Community College in Long Sutton has appointed its Head Boy and Head Girl for 2016/17.

TOP STUDENTS: Coun Christine Lawton, on behalf of category sponsors South Holland District Council, presents the Student of the Year award to Peter Thatcher, grandfather of winner Ellen Debney, alongside a representative for Katie Wickham, Abbie Upton and Nathan Cook.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

EDUCATION AWARDS: Lights shine brightly for caring Ellen and ‘very positive’ Matthew

Two outstanding students from schools in Long Sutton and Bourne were winners at this year’s Education Awards.

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