More than three times as many parents in Cambridgeshire are being prosecuted for truancy compared to five years ago, amid a government crackdown.
A Fenland church is set for a major £600,000 make-over so it is fit for use for the whole community for generations to come.
Newly published government league tables show mixed fortunes for the area's secondary schools based on last year's GCSEs.
Students in all year groups at Neale-Wade Academy in March helped make Christmas brighter for families in need thanks to annual hamper challenge.
Have your say on designs for a new secondary school for Wisbech at one of two drop in consultation events in January.
MP Steve Barclay’s campaign to encourage reading during the school holidays saw his office raise over 2,000 new books for Year 4 pupils.
Wisbech and King's Lynn Uniformed Services students braved the cold in a mission to clean two of Norfolk’s beaches.
Pupils from Thomas Clarkson Academy filled more than 60 shoe boxes with warm clothing, toiletries and tinned food for Wisbech’s homeless shelter.
Difficulties recruiting teachers in Fenland is one of the biggest factors affecting schools and their performance in newly-published league tables.
Students at Long Sutton’s Peele Community College swapped the classroom for the stage in the school’s Christmas production.
A champion boxer has gone back to his old Chatteris school to inspire current students to career confidence and academic success.
Residents from Beaupre Hall in Outwell together with church volunteers were treated to a Christmas performance by pupils from the village school.
Plans for a new secondary school in Wisbech have sparked calls for a rethink by opponents concerned about the proposed location.
A Wisbech-based charity set up by two local business women has given a major boost to the Meadowgate Academy's mini-bus appeal.