Students at Neale-Wade Academy in March get taste of life on building site thanks to simulator

Year 10 and 12 students from Neale-Wade Academy in March tried their hand at some tricky construction site work last week but without stepping foot outside the school.

A programme set up to challenge higher ability students at Thomas Clarkson Academy has been inspired by a chemist from Wisbech who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

Nobel prizewinner is inspiration for new programme to challenge Wisbech pupils

A programme set up to challenge higher ability students at Thomas Clarkson Academy has been inspired by a chemist from Wisbech who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

Finding the densities of liquids are Bethany Hancock, Jacob Hancock, Ollie Hancock and Kirsty Wattam

Pupils and parents flock to Long Sutton for Peele open evening

The Peele Community College in Long Sutton held its annual Year 6 open evening, when prospective students and their parents look around the school.

Presntation of 200-plus hi-vis tabards for Walk With Me Campaign at Clarkson Infant School

Parents and schools unite to cut risk of road accidents in Wisbech

A new ‘Walk with me’ campaign has been launched in Wisbech to try to improve safety around two schools amid fears a child could be seriously injured if action is not taken.

Peele head teacher Jane Moody with photos of the opening ceremony in 1959, on display in the college reception. Photo: Tim Wilson (SG140917-217TW).

Can you help Peele mark its 60-year milestone?

Long Sutton’s Peele Community College celebrates its 60th year anniversary next year and staff are asking for help in coming up with ideas to mark the landmark occasion.

Pupils at Cavalry School in March have done really well in the area athletics event.

Cavalry School in March charge to victory in athletics competition

Pupils at Cavalry Primary School March took the overall honours at a recent area athletics event competing along side other local schools.

Kingsfield School in Chatteris requires improvement according to the latest Ofsted report.

New head puts spark back into Chatteris Kingsfield school but it still needs improvement

Teaching, pupil outcomes and leadership all require improvement at Kingsfield Primary School in Chatteris according to government inspectors.

Picture shows the differences currently between funding per pupil per
year in different locations around the UK.

Time to demand a fairer deal from the government for Cambridgeshire pupils

School pupils in Cambridgeshire are being short changed by government funding for education in the county and now the public is being urged to lobby for change.

Figures show standards are up in Cambridgeshire primary schools for fourth year in a row.

Standards in Cambridgeshire’s primary school rise for the fourth year running according to figures

Provisional figures released today (Thursday) show that standards in Cambridgeshire primary schools continue to improve. 

From left: Leena Hussain, Rachael White, Ben Hamilton, Genevieve Tibbett, Claudia Naylor.

Wisbech Grammar School celebrates best GCSE results since 2010

High-achieving pupils at Wisbech Grammar School are celebrating their GCSE results this morning.

GCSE results at Thomas Clarkson 
Ashley Ward and Alyx Haines best in school

Simply the best: Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech celebrates its best ever GCSE results

Students at Thomas Clarkson Academy who are celebrating the best GCSE results in the school’s history.

GCSE results at Marshland St James 

Charlotte Clark

Marshland High School celebrate another ‘strong year’ for GCSE results

Three quarters of pupils sitting GCSEs at Marshland High School have achieved A* to C grades in geography, German, business, drama, music and further science.

From left: Rachel Holland, Zoe Steward and Hannah Sandman.

Neale-Wade Academy in March is celebrating ‘impressive’ results in GCSEs

Hardwork from staff and pupils at the Neale-Wade Academy has paid off this morning (Thursday) after an impressive two thirds of pupils achieved grade 4 or above in GCSE English, with over half recording the same standard in Mathematics.

From left: Connie Snow, Hannah Murfitt, Kaylea Chapman and Ruby Coady.

GCSEs for pupils at Chatteris Cromwell Community College with 64 per cent achieving good grades in Maths and English

Students at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris appear to have taken the new GCSEs in their stride with 64 per cent of pupils achieving a level 4 or above in English and Maths.

Aironas Budrys

Thomas Clarkson pupils in Wisbech have a world of opportunities after A-level results

A cold case investigator, a linguist and an architect are just some of the careers A-level students from Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech are aiming for after receiving their exam results on Thursday.

Nathan, Joseph and Beth with their A-level results.

For the first time in its history Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech students gain places at top universities in the Russell Group

Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech is celebrating as its students have achieved places at the prestigious Russell Group universities for the first time in the school’s history.

Charlotte Moore Bradford - B and 2Cs going to De Montford University to study business and HR, Sian Thomas who is going to Lincoln Unversity to study psychology and Charlie Moore 2Cs and E, who is not sure what she is going to do.

Students at the Neale-Wade Academy in March celebrate exam success and plan for future careers in journalism, the armed services and even politics

There were whoops of delight and tears of joy and, for a few, of disappointment at the Neale-Wade Academy, March, this morning (Thursday) as students arrived to collect their A-level results.

The Curlew Centre, where Sutton Bridge Parish Council meets.

School safety zone at Sutton Bridge

County, district and parish councillor Chris Brewis is pressing the county council to install a school safety zone on Bridge Road, Sutton Bridge.

Plans for Westwood Junior School in March have been submitted by Cambs County Council.

From three to four entry for Westwood

A March junior school is set to grow by a quarter if plans to build extensions and increase capacity from a three to a four form entry school get the go-ahead.

Students from Meadowgate Academy arrive in a London bus for their leavers' prom.

Students have a ticket to ride to their prom night

It was all aboard a London Routemaster bus as part of the celebrations for students leaving Meadowgate Academy this summer.
Fifteen students were treated to the bus ride around Wisbech as they headed for their leavers’ prom at the Elme Hall Hotel, where they were greeted by proud family friends and staff. 
Once at the prom the students enjoyed a three course meal and some music.
Emma Bird, spokesman for Meadowgate, said: “It’s always a bittersweet time of year for the staff that have worked with the young people – some of the students have been at the Academy for 15 years.

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