Ofsted joy for The Russett School

Northwich Guardian:

5:39pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

STAFF and pupils at The Russett School in Weaverham are celebrating their achievement in gaining Ofsted’s highest ranking in all areas.

Rise in demand for building courses

Northwich Guardian: Some of the tools which were found  in the house raid

11:00am Friday 26th September 2014

WORK to redevelop Northwich has presented opportunities for Mid Cheshire College students, says college principal Richard Hollywood.

Open evening for students

Northwich Guardian:

4:35pm Thursday 25th September 2014

SCHOOL pupils planning to start A Level courses next year are being invited to Sir John Deane’s Open Evenings this Autumn.

Lecture series comes to Northwich

Northwich Guardian: School gets go ahead to expand

3:32pm Thursday 25th September 2014

THE University of Liverpool’s popular Lecture series continues at Sir John Deane’s with a one-day course on Phillip, Alexander and the Hellenistic World.

Matrix success

Northwich Guardian:

3:29pm Thursday 25th September 2014

SIR John Deane’s has become one of the first colleges in the north west to achieve the prestigious Matrix award for the quality of its help for adult students.

Pupils brighten up village station with display

Northwich Guardian: Daniel Pass, five, Jacob Pass, eight and Peter Godfrey admire the art on display.

11:06am Thursday 11th September 2014

TRAVELLERS using Goostrey train station have had their commutes brightened up thanks to art work provided by pupils from the village.

Dance group are jumping for joy over competition

Northwich Guardian:

4:20pm Saturday 12th July 2014

A DANCE group from Knutsford Academy has reached the national final of a top competition.

Phone charger hat is a winner for college students

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7:00am Saturday 28th June 2014

COMPETITION judges took their hats off to enterprising students for their novel business idea.

Look, science can be fun

Northwich Guardian: Dr Nicola Powles-Glover, centre, shows youngsters how science can be fun and interesting through a series of workshops at Terra Nova Pre-Prep

2:57pm Thursday 22nd May 2014

TERRA Nova students rolled up their sleeves and got hands-on with science on May 8.

Schools pupils join to make sweet music

Northwich Guardian: Piano plan for Brighton station: our top 10 train playlist

12:57pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

A HOST of primary schools from around Northwich joined pupils from Weaverham High School in their annual Music Festival.

A piece of cake!

Northwich Guardian: Sam and Lily show off their rose cake

12:54pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

BUDDING young bakers Sam Platt and Lily Peachment proved that success is a piece of cake.

Taking centre stage

Northwich Guardian: An empty class room

1:04pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

STUDENTS from Grange School Sixth Form in Hartford have presented their findings at a presentation evening after a year of hard research.

Dancing for joy at finals

Northwich Guardian: Dancing for joy at finals

1:02pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

HARTFORD C of E High School is dancing with delight after qualifying for the national finals of The Great Big Dance Off.

Pupils dress to impress for charity

Northwich Guardian: The nuns at Weaverham High

1:01pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

PUPILS at Weaverham High School raised more than £1,000 for Sport Relief when they held a non-uniform day and undertook other activities.

Design for life

Northwich Guardian: Design for life

12:59pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

FIGURATIVE sculptor Jack Barton returned to college with the aim of inspiring current art and design students to achieve their dreams.

Oftsed praise for Crowton Christ Church Church of England Primary School

Northwich Guardian: Boost for Hillingdon schools with positive Ofsted reports

11:18am Wednesday 12th March 2014

A SCHOOL has improved on its previous Ofsted to achieve ‘good’.

Young speakers make the final

Northwich Guardian: Youth Speaks students talk to Radio Redshift

11:17am Wednesday 12th March 2014

POLITICS students from Sir John Deane’s College joined Radio Redshift to discuss the Youth Speaks Competition.

In a flutter

Northwich Guardian: Kids

11:15am Wednesday 12th March 2014

CHILDREN at a Weaverham school will be among those taking a closer look at wildlife with the help of a ground-breaking education programme.

Go Dutch for university

Northwich Guardian: Oakhurst Primary, Ferndale Primary, Lainsmead Primary and Tregoze Primary will compete in in the National Young Mathematicians' Award even tomorrow

11:07am Wednesday 12th March 2014

A LITTLE Leigh teenager is encouraging sixth form leavers to go Dutch when choosing their prospective universities.

Speech winners

Northwich Guardian: Matt Lynes, Luke  Robinson and Karolina Dimitrova

11:05am Wednesday 12th March 2014

A TEAM of politics students at Sir John Deane’s College have made their voices heard by winning the regional final of a youth speaking and presentation contest.

Youngsters in fine voice

Northwich Guardian: Former X Factor star Stacey Solomon

11:02am Wednesday 12th March 2014

WILLOW Wood Primary School children were among thousands who took part in an awe inspiring singing event in Manchester.

Hannah wins Cambridge offer

Northwich Guardian: Hannah Loftus could be heading to Cambridge University this September

11:06am Thursday 27th February 2014

A HIGH Legh student is ‘delighted’ after being offered a coveted place at Cambridge University. Hannah Loftus, a pupil at Withington Girls’ School, has received a conditional offer from Newnham College to study human, social and political sciences (HSPS).

Pupils on target at sports club

Northwich Guardian: Evanthe Thirlwell

11:04am Thursday 27th February 2014

EN Garde! Children at Goostrey School are going back in time to reclaim some centuries-old pastimes. Pupils will be polishing their foil, sabre, epee and bow and arrow skills at an after-school club with a difference.

Marcos secures place at top university

Northwich Guardian: Marcos

3:00pm Friday 14th February 2014

A YOUNG Knutsfordian has secured a coveted place at the University of Oxford.

Bexton Primary School launch 'Remember Me' parking initiative

Northwich Guardian: Lucas Reynolds, 5, and Megan Barker, 6, with their winning parking ticket designs

4:00pm Wednesday 5th February 2014

COMMUNITY support officers are the driving force behind a new parking initiative at Bexton Primary School.

Holmes Chapel school show Charlie how education is improving

Northwich Guardian: Helena Collison with Charlie Taylor, right, Denis Oliver, head at HCCS and Mr Kelly

3:00pm Monday 3rd February 2014

AN alliance of Cheshire schools, led by Holmes Chapel Comprehensive, is leading the way in improving education for children in the county.

‘Most successful’

Northwich Guardian: Six-a-side winners, captained by Joel Hind

12:18pm Thursday 16th January 2014

BUDDING footballers from the University of Chester Academy Northwich scooped another prize when they retained their Mid Cheshire Schools six-a-side crown.

Vision to build Olympic legacy

Northwich Guardian: Students at UCAN are hoping to build a lasting Olympic legacy

12:17pm Thursday 16th January 2014

A NORTHWICH school is working to build a lasting Olympic legacy for the town by working with children to provide new activities.

Honour Long-serving college staff

Northwich Guardian: From the left, Sandra Burrows, Andy Sumner, Maureen Sandbach, Jane Sproston, Pauline Lowrie, Trevor Rawling, Ruth Smith, Anne-Marie Dibben, Andy Marshall, Andrew Boden and Kerry Kirkwood

12:15pm Thursday 16th January 2014

LONG-SERVING staff at Sir John Deane’s College were honoured in a special end-of-term ceremony.

Goostrey Primary treats African school children to a festive treat

Northwich Guardian: Goostrey Primary treats African school children to a festive treat

7:00am Sunday 12th January 2014

CHILDREN in South Africa were treated to a special Christmas present this year thanks to the generosity of Goostrey residents.

Former students provide Oxbridge advice

Northwich Guardian: Former students provide Oxbridge advice

4:57pm Thursday 9th January 2014

TWO former students returned to Sir John Deane’s College to pass on advice about interviews for Oxbridge.

College students encouraged to donate blood

4:57pm Thursday 9th January 2014

THE National Blood Service visited Sir John Deane’s College to talk to students about the importance of giving blood and to encourage them to join the donor register.

Schoolgirl on Everest trek

Northwich Guardian: Schoolgirl on Everest trek

4:56pm Thursday 9th January 2014

A WINSFORD schoolgirl scaled the heights of Everest to raise money for the Himalayan Trust.

Faye is digging deep to win young gardener award

4:41pm Thursday 9th January 2014

A GREENFINGERED schoolgirl is hoping to become the nation’s young gardener of the year.

Where there’s a will there's a new app

Northwich Guardian: Where there’s a will there's a new app

4:41pm Thursday 9th January 2014

A TECHNOLOGY whiz has created a mobile phone app used by more than 100 students at his Northwich-based college.

Youngsters help with food parcels

4:37pm Thursday 9th January 2014

STUDENTS from a Hartford school have been working hard to provide food parcels for the needy and homeless this Christmas.

Students given taste of real world of work

Northwich Guardian: Francesca Vismara, 14, Josh Walker, 14, and Cameron Wallace, 14 from St Nicholas

4:36pm Thursday 9th January 2014

STUDENTS were given the chance to explore their future careers during a Hartford school’s citizenship day.

It’s beginning to sound like Christmas

4:30pm Thursday 9th January 2014

ASPIRING pop stars of the future have been invited to Mid Cheshire College to record a Christmas song in the state-of-the-art recording studio.

Pupils help Danny

Northwich Guardian: Pupils help Danny

4:29pm Thursday 9th January 2014

A SCHOOLBOY with a rare skin condition is enjoying a new wellbeing room thanks to the help of older students.

Row, row, row your boat

Northwich Guardian: Row, row, row your boat

4:28pm Thursday 9th January 2014

A HARTFORD school rowed their way to the Gambia in a bid to raise money for education in the country.

Putting on a good sew

3:59pm Thursday 9th January 2014

FASHIONISTAS at Mid Cheshire College have taken to their sewing machines as part of a project to help dress girls living in poverty in third-world countries.

Pupils honoured at special awards event

3:58pm Thursday 9th January 2014

PUPILS at a Hartford school have had their achievements recognised at an awards evening.

Get on board Santa’s double decker grotto

3:58pm Thursday 9th January 2014

FATHER Christmas will be greeting children in style this festive season thanks to staff and students at Mid Cheshire College and St Luke’s Hospice.

Bentley helps to plant for future

2:26pm Friday 13th December 2013

BEXTON Primary School pupils showed off their green-fingered talents by holding a Tree Planting Day at the school.

Maths whizzkids

2:26pm Friday 13th December 2013

TWO Knutsford primary schools competed against schools from across the north west in a maths competition.

Festive activities

3:56pm Thursday 5th December 2013

CHRISTMAS is well under way in Weaverham where children are preparing for a festive competition.

Money matters in the classroom

3:56pm Thursday 5th December 2013

SCHOOLS are being urged to take part in a free charity scheme to help children learn about money and improving their financial capability.

Girls out to prove stock market is not just for men

Northwich Guardian: The pupils from Alderley Edge School for Girls with investment manager Mike Deverell at the launch of the second Equilibrium Fantasy Investment league

2:40pm Friday 29th November 2013

ECONOMICS and Business Studies students from Alderley Edge School for Girls are again out to prove the stock market is not just for male city traders by taking part in an investment competition.

St Vincent's log cabin offers art boost for pupils

Northwich Guardian: Rosie and Michael cut the ribbon to open the LODGE              n134625

5:20pm Monday 25th November 2013

A NEW log cabin has been unveiled at a Knutsford primary school ready for pupils to get creative.

Pack your bags to change lives

Northwich Guardian: Headteacher Kathryn Magiera and 10-year-old Charlotte Dent present Rotary international committee chairman Gordon Atkinson with the backpacks.

3:18pm Friday 22nd November 2013

A NORTHWICH school is helping to combat poverty as part of the Rotary Club of Northwich Vale Royal’s latest community project.


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