The donation means the university has broken the £1billion barrier in it’s Dear World... Yours, Cambridge campaign.
We can all recite some horror stories of bad management – no matter what career path you have chosen. But what makes a good leader? STEPHEN MUNDAY of The Cam Academy Trust has a few ideas.
Heidi Allen tells students all about the joys of being a parliamentary member
Cambridgeshire headteachers have joined with thousands of others in England to sign a letter to the chancellor protesting against “inadequate funding” for schools.
Top poet hosts creative workshop at Coleridge Community College.
Students at Trumpington Community College are celebrating the arrival of a new sports kit, thanks to developers Countryside.
Dr Corinne Boz, head of education and social care at ARU, explains why excitement is building around the Festival of Education, supported by the Cambridge Independent.
A Festival of Education, supported by the Cambridge Independent, is coming this summer. Organiser Rachel Snape explains the drivers behind one of this year’s themes: Creativity in Education.
For parents and teachers of a certain age, the (re-) introduction of linear sixth-form courses with ‘all or nothing’ exams at the end of the upper sixth is a reassuringly familiar return to an assessment world they experienced.
A ‘topping out’ ceremony was held to mark a new five-storey building at the Stephen Perse Foundation reaching its maximum height.
The number of pupils excluded from academy secondary schools in Cambridgeshire is coming under scrutiny.
Students from countries across the globe joined together at Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies (CCSS) to celebrate Commonwealth Day.
BioBeat has named the 50 leading female scientists and innovators in healthcare – and 14 are from Cambridge.
Less than 100 examples of its type have survived
They also picked out Fiona Bruce, Emma Watson and Jake Gyllenhaal - and did a ‘double take’ when they saw their own handler.
Married father was the former university head of communications and a keen member of rowing community.
Here’s what 40 years of space travel sounds like in music.
Remarkable quantities of beer were a vital source of calories and nutrition for workers in 16th century Ireland.
But rival Oxford holds number one for second year running.
Researchers at Anglia Ruskin University found this year’s half-marathon boosted Cambridge by £226,000
A book by an Anglia Ruskin University graduate is to be given to every reception-age child in the country.
An exclusive interview with CEO John Haurum about F-star’s extraordinary work on Babraham Research Campus
Jonathan Milner, Darrin Disley, Weslie Janeway and Nikolaus Starzacher support Mark Kotter’s work
Dr Melina Schuh is exploring why older women find it harder to fall pregnant
After losing his wife, Cambridge entrepreneur is determined his breath test device will make a difference
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