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Heather Hancock elected as first female master of St John’s - the Cambridge college she credits with changing her life

Heather Hancock elected as first female master of St John’s - the Cambridge college she credits with changing her life

Heather Hancock elected as first female master of St John’s - the Cambridge college she credits with changing her life

04 December 2019

Currently chair of the Food Standards Agency, she takes up the role next year.


Parent Power puts Impington Village College in top spot for region’s schools

Parent Power puts Impington Village College in top spot for region’s schools

Parent Power puts Impington Village College in top spot for region’s schools

02 December 2019

Impington Village College has been revealed as the State School of the Year in East Anglia, as ranked by the Sunday Times Parent Power scheme.


Artificial intelligence debated at the Cambridge Union - with an AI ‘speaker’

Artificial intelligence debated at the Cambridge Union - with an AI ‘speaker’

Artificial intelligence debated at the Cambridge Union - with an AI ‘speaker’

26 November 2019

Will AI bring more harm than good? That was the subject of the latest discussion.


Adwoa Aboah at the Cambridge Union: Modelling and mental health

Adwoa Aboah at the Cambridge Union: Modelling and mental health

Adwoa Aboah at the Cambridge Union: Modelling and mental health

25 November 2019

Model Adwoa Aboah rocketed to fame in 2017. She addressed the Cambridge Union on Thursday, November 14.


Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson visits Cambridge primary school to discuss £10bn boost for education

Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson visits Cambridge primary school to discuss £10bn boost for education

Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson visits Cambridge primary school to discuss £10bn boost for education

20 November 2019

Jo Swinson met teachers and school children on the campaign trail in the city as she launched her party's manifesto pledge on education

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Cambourne Village College student Calla Crome recognised as influencer of the year at Girls’ Active Awards 2019

Cambourne Village College student Calla Crome recognised as influencer of the year at Girls’ Active Awards 2019

Cambourne Village College student Calla Crome recognised as influencer of the year at Girls’ Active Awards 2019

18 November 2019

Her efforts to promote girls’ rugby were acknowledged in a ceremony at the Houses of Parliament.


Anti-bullying week: Advice for parents as Red Balloon explains how it helps children overcome trauma

Anti-bullying week: Advice for parents as Red Balloon explains how it helps children overcome trauma

Anti-bullying week: Advice for parents as Red Balloon explains how it helps children overcome trauma

15 November 2019

The Milton-based charity highlights the plight of students out of school - and how it can help.


Gallery: Creating an app is child’s play at city’s free coding club

Gallery: Creating an app is child’s play at city’s free coding club

Gallery: Creating an app is child’s play at city’s free coding club

03 November 2019

Cambridge children have been learning to create apps for their phones and build their own websites at free coding clubs.


Gallery: Cambridge museum remembers migrants on the Day of the Dead

Gallery: Cambridge museum remembers migrants on the Day of the Dead

Gallery: Cambridge museum remembers migrants on the Day of the Dead

31 October 2019

The Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology has a Mexican Day of the Dead altar on display until this Sunday (November 3).


Report on ‘marketisation of British education’ probes Cambridge University links to fossil fuel firms

Report on ‘marketisation of British education’ probes Cambridge University links to fossil fuel firms

Report on ‘marketisation of British education’ probes Cambridge University links to fossil fuel firms

28 October 2019

‘Dismantling the Fossil Fuel University’ published by Cambridge Carbon Zero Society


Cambridge Union membership offered to people unaffiliated with the university for the first time

Cambridge Union membership offered to people unaffiliated with the university for the first time

Cambridge Union membership offered to people unaffiliated with the university for the first time

28 October 2019

The Cambridge Union Society is to open up special membership packages to non-Cambridge students for the first time.


Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

28 October 2019

Girton College, Cambridge has celebrated its 150th anniversary.


Gallery: Students from St Mary’s race back in time

Gallery: Students from St Mary’s race back in time

Gallery: Students from St Mary’s race back in time

25 October 2019

St Mary’s School’s annual charity fun run took the 1980s as this year’s theme.


Parents give £19k to plug primary school funding shortfall

Parents give £19k to plug primary school funding shortfall

Parents give £19k to plug primary school funding shortfall

20 October 2019

Some families are giving regular amounts by direct debit to bail out underfunded school


Trumpington Federation primary schools attempt world record

Trumpington Federation primary schools attempt world record

Trumpington Federation primary schools attempt world record

18 October 2019

A world record attempt for the ‘biggest puppet show on earth’ is under way this afternoon (Friday, October 18).


TV and film star Warwick Davis open new £2.4m extension at Bellbird Primary School in Sawston

TV and film star Warwick Davis open new £2.4m extension at Bellbird Primary School in Sawston

TV and film star Warwick Davis open new £2.4m extension at Bellbird Primary School in Sawston

08 October 2019

Extension will increase capacity from 330 to 420 places.


Gallery: Family STEAM Festival at The Spinney attracts more than 1,000 people

Gallery: Family STEAM Festival at The Spinney attracts more than 1,000 people

Gallery: Family STEAM Festival at The Spinney attracts more than 1,000 people

05 October 2019

There were over 30 workshops and shows to enjoy.


Refurbished boathouse to benefit school and community

Refurbished boathouse to benefit school and community

Refurbished boathouse to benefit school and community

04 October 2019

A refurbished boathouse that will benefit students at St Mary’s School and the wider community has been opened.


Opening of Northstowe Secondary College delayed again

Opening of Northstowe Secondary College delayed again

Opening of Northstowe Secondary College delayed again

20 September 2019

The opening of Northstowe Secondary College has been delayed for another week.


Cambridge young people join Global Climate Strike

Cambridge young people join Global Climate Strike

Cambridge young people join Global Climate Strike

20 September 2019

Young people in the School Strike 4 Climate movement are supported by adults in the march.

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