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Education

Students celebrate their results. From left, Caitlin Bodfish, Emma Bowman, Sarah Overy, Matthew Hill, Tom Critchley, Stephen Pover, Stuart Russell, Lloyd Kelly, Richard Greenbury

Record year at Tarporley Sixth Form College

Rupert, Nathan and Isla

Pupils in a flutter at Lion Salt Works

Karol Roberts, product development manager at Roberts Bakery, Joe McBride, aged 15, and 14-year-old Lucy Hadfield

Youngsters aim to bloom at RHS show

Andy Marshall with pupils from Sir John Deanes

Top teacher Andy picks up silver gong

From left, pupils Milly Hitchmough, Tyler Bishton, Ruby Ingham and Daniel Houghton

School flies the flag for Winsford

Ellis Lovell presents the hamper to Louise Reid, right, watched by Co-op manager Rachel Stanway and Rudheath Primary Academy principal Andrew Ross.

Community thanked for supporting school fundraiser

Members of the Robot Club test out their latest designs

School's robot designers look to link up with IT company

Pupils in their World Book Day costumes try out the bike, watched by principal Andrew Ross

New school principal 'has made a real difference'

Goldilocks is surrounded by Little Red Riding Hoods

Children dress up for World Book Day celebrations

Students during their visit to New York

Students brave Big Apple big freeze

Helen Frame with her gifts

Pupils say it with flowers to thank school secretary

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Cransley School

School seeks stories from the past for anniversary newspaper

Winter Walk through Tatton Park helps raise funds for Kenya project

Winter Walk through Tatton Park helps raise funds for Kenya project

Head teacher Simon Leyshon during his visit to China

Cransley pupils celebrate Chinese New Year

Students on their Italian trip

Italian trip inspires gifted students' work

Winner of Knutsford Town Council and Knutsford Lions' Millennium Bursary announced

Winner of Knutsford Town Council and Knutsford Lions' Millennium Bursary announced

Cheshire East ranked in England's top three for schools

Cheshire East ranked in England's top three for schools

Dozens of people gathered at Leicester Warren Hall to pack 760 Christmas sacks with new toys and presents for disadvantaged children

Happier Christmas for hundreds of children thanks to generous Knutsfordians

Megan and George Dingle take a break from sweeping the Crewe platform to admire the rainbow display

Schoolchildren's colourful display cheers up Goostrey visitors and villagers

Max Rottier, 15, has been chosen to sit on the UK’s first Digital Youth Council

Holmes Chapel Comp student to help shape future of technology education

Applications open for boosted Knutsford Town Council's university bursary

Applications open for boosted Knutsford Town Council's university bursary

Children from High Legh Primary School plant bulbs on their Woodland Path, which has been created as part of the Parish Plan's Village Appearance project

High Legh pathway brightened up as part of Village Appearance project

Abigail Pickersgill has dreams of becoming the next Nick Park

Terra Nova pupil hopes to mould out a career in animation after scooping film maker's award

Bexton Primary School pupils presented a cheque for £915 to Glyn Roberts from The Royal British Legion on Remembrance Day

Bexton Primary School pupils open their hearts and minds for new Ethical Enterprise project

Heritage centre recognises town's writers of the future

Heritage centre recognises town's writers of the future

Egerton Primary School students Zack Locke Maisie Farber-Evans get ready for the Christmas Toy Appeal and Operation Christmas Child.  Photo credit: Jonathan Farber

Knutsfordians launch Christmas Toy Appeal for underprivileged children

Josh all set to go in regional final of singing competition

Josh all set to go in regional final of singing competition

Fashion show to be held to raise funds for pre-school

Fashion show to be held to raise funds for pre-school

Thousands invested in Physical Education in Knutsford and Holmes Chapel

Thousands invested in Physical Education in Knutsford and Holmes Chapel

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Bexton Primary School turn back time to remember the Great War

Pupils of Terra Nova School get hands-on with nature during their new forest lessons

Terra Nova School embrace the great outdoors as forest lessons get underway

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

Pupils brighten up village station with display

‘Ignition’ have reached the final of ‘Make Your Move’ 2014

Dance group are jumping for joy over competition

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

Look, science can be fun

Youngsters in fine voice

Youngsters in fine voice

Hannah Loftus could be heading to Cambridge University this September

Hannah wins Cambridge offer

Evanthe Thirlwell

Pupils on target at sports club

Marcos

Marcos secures place at top university

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

Bexton Primary School launch 'Remember Me' parking initiative

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

Holmes Chapel school show Charlie how education is improving

Goostrey Primary treats African school children to a festive treat

Goostrey Primary treats African school children to a festive treat

Bentley helps to plant for future

Maths whizzkids

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

Girls out to prove stock market is not just for men

Rosie and Michael cut the ribbon to open the cabin

St Vincent's log cabin offers art boost for pupils

Pupils from St John’s Wood school with, left, The Rainband’s singer Martin Finnigan.

Students at St John's Wood hit the right note for charity

From left, Oscar Arrowsmith, six, Archie Rose, nine, Freya Wheable, five and Harriet Royle, 11, with the pumpkins at Lower Peover Primary School’s open day

Smashing pumpkins on display at Lower Peover school

Caitlin Sweet walks down the catwalk at the fashion show

Knutsford student Caitlin helps fashion bursary funds

Julian Bucknall, service development manager at Barclays Technology Centre Radbroke, Rachael Wood, site communications manager at the centre, Danielle Ramsbottom, director at Hays Information Technology and Eugene McDonough, chief operations officer at Co

Pupils have designs on creating computer games

From left Andrew Lewin, headmaster, Fiona Fontes ,head of Art, Clare Curtis, head of Design Technology and Jeremy Bournon, director of Art and Design at Reception School

Terra Nova exhibition receives high praise

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