Less than half of primary school students called back under the government’s reopening plans have returned to the classroom in Cambridgeshire.
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.
A Fenland art teacher added a creative twist in the process of completing a challenge in aid of the NHS.
The search is on to find former pupils of a school with a rich history spanning hundreds of years.
Marshland High School pupils complete House Challenges to keep them busy, show awareness of what is going on around them as well as showing kindness.
Council leaders in Cambridgeshire are working with schools to prepare for pupils to return ‘when it is safe to do so’.
Two students from Chatteris will be heading to prestigious arts schools to pursue their ambitions in acting, singing and dancing.
A Wisbech school is on the road to improvement according to inspectors who last year rated it as 'inadequate' and put it into special measures.
A video made by a media student which asks "Is Wisbech really that bad" has nearly 1,500 views after it was shared on social media by a councillor.
The RAF threw out a national challenge and students at the College of West Anglia (CWA) in Wisbech picked up the gauntlet.