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60-70% of Cambridgeshire primary schools reopen to three year groups

60-70% of Cambridgeshire primary schools reopen to three year groups

60-70% of Cambridgeshire primary schools reopen to three year groups

01 June 2020

County council says schools have developed their own individual bespoke plans for phased extended reopening


Impington Village College outlines its plans to reopen to Year 10 and 12 from June 8

Impington Village College outlines its plans to reopen to Year 10 and 12 from June 8

Impington Village College outlines its plans to reopen to Year 10 and 12 from June 8

22 May 2020

The school stressed the plans are subject to government guidance on May 28.


Cambridge Meridian Academies Trust: ’We cannot commit to specific timeline for primary schools reopening’

Cambridge Meridian Academies Trust: ’We cannot commit to specific timeline for primary schools reopening’

Cambridge Meridian Academies Trust: ’We cannot commit to specific timeline for primary schools reopening’

22 May 2020

CEO Mark Woods says the trust, which runs five primaries, is working hard to meet the government’s plan.


Vote for the best eco-composter created by Cambridge students

Vote for the best eco-composter created by Cambridge students

Vote for the best eco-composter created by Cambridge students

21 May 2020

11 entries were selected from a wide pool of inventive and useful designs.


University of Cambridge shifts lectures online for 2020/2021 academic year

University of Cambridge shifts lectures online for 2020/2021 academic year

University of Cambridge shifts lectures online for 2020/2021 academic year

20 May 2020

Teaching will be largely virtual until summer 2021 as viral threat continues


What choices do teachers have to make before June 1?

What choices do teachers have to make before June 1?

What choices do teachers have to make before June 1?

17 May 2020

Long Road Sixth Form college teacher describes challenges education sector faces


No sharing of toys: Government unveils detailed plans for reopening primary schools on June 1

No sharing of toys: Government unveils detailed plans for reopening primary schools on June 1

No sharing of toys: Government unveils detailed plans for reopening primary schools on June 1

15 May 2020

No sharing of toys or materials, supervised handwashing and no end-of-term traditions all feature in the latest guidelines for primary schools.

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‘I may not send my boy back to class’ - Government faces parent backlash over schools reopening

‘I may not send my boy back to class’ - Government faces parent backlash over schools reopening

‘I may not send my boy back to class’ - Government faces parent backlash over schools reopening

14 May 2020

Parents may not be prepared to send their children back to primary school next month when classes reopen.

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All primary pupils could return in June - but parents won’t be penalised if they do not send their children to school

All primary pupils could return in June - but parents won’t be penalised if they do not send their children to school

All primary pupils could return in June - but parents won’t be penalised if they do not send their children to school

11 May 2020

At secondary schools, only Year 10 and Year 12 are expected to return at all before summer holidays.


A complete guide to the government’s new Covid-19 lockdown advice: Face masks, schools, work, travel, sport and more

A complete guide to the government’s new Covid-19 lockdown advice: Face masks, schools, work, travel, sport and more

A complete guide to the government’s new Covid-19 lockdown advice: Face masks, schools, work, travel, sport and more

11 May 2020

We explain, step-by-step, the government’s plan to easing the coronavirus lockdown.


Cambridgeshire nurseries facing bleak financial future because of furlough rules

Cambridgeshire nurseries facing bleak financial future because of furlough rules

Cambridgeshire nurseries facing bleak financial future because of furlough rules

11 May 2020

The county council is worried about the future of children's nurseries as only some staff costs can be reclaimed through the furlough scheme


University of Cambridge considers four Covid-19 scenarios - including ‘global gloom’ with no students in city for a year

University of Cambridge considers four Covid-19 scenarios - including ‘global gloom’ with no students in city for a year

University of Cambridge considers four Covid-19 scenarios - including ‘global gloom’ with no students in city for a year

11 May 2020

Vice Chancellor Stephen J Toope says planning for rapid recovery, extended lockdown or repeated waves of coronavirus also under way.

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How Cambridgeshire schools and teachers have risen to the challenge of educating during lockdown

How Cambridgeshire schools and teachers have risen to the challenge of educating during lockdown

How Cambridgeshire schools and teachers have risen to the challenge of educating during lockdown

09 May 2020

A focus on how schools and educators have adjusted to help students amid the pandemic


Impington Village College principal ‘feared the worst’ when arsonists struck at school

Impington Village College principal ‘feared the worst’ when arsonists struck at school

Impington Village College principal ‘feared the worst’ when arsonists struck at school

09 May 2020

Ryan Kelsall praises the response of the emergency services to the blaze.


Coronavirus: safety fears raised over Cambridgeshire schools opening

Coronavirus: safety fears raised over Cambridgeshire schools opening

Coronavirus: safety fears raised over Cambridgeshire schools opening

07 May 2020

Reports suggest Prime Minister Boris Johnson could send children back to school as early as June 1 in an announcement this coming weekend

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St John’s College digitises 13th-century Robert de Lindsay manuscript

St John’s College digitises 13th-century Robert de Lindsay manuscript

St John’s College digitises 13th-century Robert de Lindsay manuscript

07 May 2020

Psalter goes online to reach new audience In the University of Cambridge digital library


Virtual University Fair brings Cambridge to China during pandemic

Virtual University Fair brings Cambridge to China during pandemic

Virtual University Fair brings Cambridge to China during pandemic

25 April 2020

Its scale ‘goes way beyond that of any online forum with which the university has engaged in its overseas recruitment in the past’.

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Coronavirus: When will schools reopen and how will students be fairly graded? Tees Law answers your education questions

Coronavirus: When will schools reopen and how will students be fairly graded? Tees Law answers your education questions

Coronavirus: When will schools reopen and how will students be fairly graded? Tees Law answers your education questions

01 April 2020

Am I a key worker? Will childcare providers open over Easter? Find out in this sponsored feature.


Ex-Hills Road Sixth Form students stranded in New Zealand during coronavirus lockdown

Ex-Hills Road Sixth Form students stranded in New Zealand during coronavirus lockdown

Ex-Hills Road Sixth Form students stranded in New Zealand during coronavirus lockdown

29 March 2020

Ticket prices for the few remaining flights have been rocketing up to £8,000.


How to organise lessons at the school of Mum and Dad

How to organise lessons at the school of Mum and Dad

How to organise lessons at the school of Mum and Dad

26 March 2020

Found that you’re suddenly your child’s teacher? If your grasp of algebra has slipped, and your Shakespeare’s a bit rusty, we have the sites to help


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