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Wife of Henry VIII ‘did not decide Trinity College’s fate’

Wife of Henry VIII ‘did not decide Trinity College’s fate’

Wife of Henry VIII ‘did not decide Trinity College’s fate’

22 May 2022

A famous story that Henry VIII was persuaded to found Trinity College by his sixth wife, Katherine Parr, has been disputed.


Distant origin of cobbles at Cambridge’s Trinity College revealed

Distant origin of cobbles at Cambridge’s Trinity College revealed

Distant origin of cobbles at Cambridge’s Trinity College revealed

22 May 2022

New research has shown how the rare rock types in the University of Cambridge college's cobbles were brought here.


Brazilian author Márcia Tiburi among speakers for ‘The Week of Fake News’ in Cambridge

Brazilian author Márcia Tiburi among speakers for ‘The Week of Fake News’ in Cambridge

Brazilian author Márcia Tiburi among speakers for ‘The Week of Fake News’ in Cambridge

18 May 2022

‘Fascism seeks to destroy our capacity to think’ says philosopher ahead of all-day event at Department of Education on May 24


Cross-party support for call to build new SEND school in Cambridgeshire

Cross-party support for call to build new SEND school in Cambridgeshire

Cross-party support for call to build new SEND school in Cambridgeshire

10 May 2022

A motion calling for the council to consider building a new school for children with special educational needs and disabilities has gained support.


Cambridge LaunchPad teams up with Illumina to inspire students

Cambridge LaunchPad teams up with Illumina to inspire students

Cambridge LaunchPad teams up with Illumina to inspire students

09 May 2022

STEM outreach programme Cambridge LaunchPad and genomics technology company Illumina have joined forces.


Cambridge teachers mark 30 years of Ofsted with 'unhappy' birthday cards

Cambridge teachers mark 30 years of Ofsted with 'unhappy' birthday cards

Cambridge teachers mark 30 years of Ofsted with 'unhappy' birthday cards

06 May 2022

Inside the cards are hundreds of handwritten messages from teachers and school leaders calling for Ofsted to be replaced with a new system.


Cambourne Village College expansion is on hold

Cambourne Village College expansion is on hold

Cambourne Village College expansion is on hold

01 May 2022

Plans to extend Cambourne Village College have been put on hold due to the rising cost of materials, which have been blamed on the war in Ukraine.

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In pictures: Hills Road Sixth Form College fun run returns after hiatus

In pictures: Hills Road Sixth Form College fun run returns after hiatus

In pictures: Hills Road Sixth Form College fun run returns after hiatus

01 May 2022

Five hundred students and staff from the college turned out in force for the annual event to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust.


Cambridge academy trusts confirm merger that will ‘provide children with more opportunities’

Cambridge academy trusts confirm merger that will ‘provide children with more opportunities’

Cambridge academy trusts confirm merger that will ‘provide children with more opportunities’

27 April 2022

Cambridge Meridian Academies Trust (CMAT) and Cambridge Primary Education Trust (CPET) will be known as Meridian Trust.


Sancton Wood School partners with Cambridge United to support boys’ mental health

Sancton Wood School partners with Cambridge United to support boys’ mental health

Sancton Wood School partners with Cambridge United to support boys’ mental health

27 April 2022

Sponsored feature | City school partners with Cambridge United in a pastoral support initiative for boys and fathers.


University of Cambridge offers foundation year places for disadvantaged students

University of Cambridge offers foundation year places for disadvantaged students

University of Cambridge offers foundation year places for disadvantaged students

26 April 2022

The programme will provide a new route to undergraduate education for around 50 students a year.


University of Cambridge’s first co-working hub set to open its doors to students, staff and public

University of Cambridge’s first co-working hub set to open its doors to students, staff and public

University of Cambridge’s first co-working hub set to open its doors to students, staff and public

22 April 2022

The £40million West Hub will offer new spaces to connect and socialise and sit at the heart of the West Cambridge Innovation District.


Praise for Trumpington Park Primary School in inaugural Ofsted inspection

Praise for Trumpington Park Primary School in inaugural Ofsted inspection

Praise for Trumpington Park Primary School in inaugural Ofsted inspection

17 April 2022

Trumpington Park Primary School was graded good in all five categories.


Nominate now for our Inspirational YoungStars Awards

Nominate now for our Inspirational YoungStars Awards

Nominate now for our Inspirational YoungStars Awards

15 April 2022

The Cambridge Independent and Cambridge Charity Fundraisers have launched the awards to recognise the efforts of youngsters in our community


Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

31 March 2022

Clare Shine, CEO and director at CISL said in a speech that he has always put “people and their needs at the very heart of design”.


Some Comberton Village College year groups told to work from home amid staff shortages caused by Covid-19

Some Comberton Village College year groups told to work from home amid staff shortages caused by Covid-19

Some Comberton Village College year groups told to work from home amid staff shortages caused by Covid-19

30 March 2022

The school currently has more than three times the usual student absence rate.


Event celebrating 40 years of the University of the Third Age (U3A) held at Cambridge Union

Event celebrating 40 years of the University of the Third Age (U3A) held at Cambridge Union

Event celebrating 40 years of the University of the Third Age (U3A) held at Cambridge Union

25 March 2022

It was on March 22, 1982, that 80 people got together at St John’s College, Cambridge, to attend the first U3A classes.


Just a few days left to see Present tense: Future perfect exhibition at ARU

Just a few days left to see Present tense: Future perfect exhibition at ARU

Just a few days left to see Present tense: Future perfect exhibition at ARU

21 March 2022

The work of 13 artists who graduated from Cambridge School of Art amid the pandemic is on until Sunday (March 27).


Hills Road Sixth Form College judged outstanding in all areas by Ofsted inspectors

Hills Road Sixth Form College judged outstanding in all areas by Ofsted inspectors

Hills Road Sixth Form College judged outstanding in all areas by Ofsted inspectors

21 March 2022

The college has a ‘highly ambitious, inspirational and effective curriculum’.


Cambridge PhD student backed by Ninja Theory explores potential of VR to aid wellbeing

Cambridge PhD student backed by Ninja Theory explores potential of VR to aid wellbeing

Cambridge PhD student backed by Ninja Theory explores potential of VR to aid wellbeing

20 March 2022

Clinical study is first to use video game techniques to address mental health issues


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