No one’s future should be determined by where they are born - says Michelle Donelan, Minister for the Opportuntiy Areas.
The Government has given a further £1.43 million to help disadvantaged children in Fenland and East Cambridgeshire catch up with their peers.
A search has begun to find relatives of former school pupils whose names will be marked on commemorative plaque.
Pupils at a Wisbech school say it is 'amazing and fun' but while leaders have made many changes for the better it still requires improvement.
A nursery has been thrilled by the number of children who returned to class after the Government encouraged childcare facilities to reopen.
Lockdown home schooling left a father and son scratching their heads... so they built a motorbike.
Less than half of primary school students called back under the government’s reopening plans have returned to the classroom in Cambridgeshire.
Children due to start a new Fenland primary school in September will find themselves learning in mobile classrooms thanks to a delay in building work.
Children in Kindergarten, Reception and Prep 6 enjoyed their first week back at Wisbech Grammar School.
A successful campaign aimed at improving literacy skills among children and adults in Wisbech is set to hold its sixth annual Summer Reading Festival.
Some Cambridgeshire school children are returning to the classroom this morning (Monday) for the first time in months.
College of West Anglia students have focussed on raising awareness and tackling some of the misconceptions and stigmas associated with mental health.