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The Cambridge college where students run a company each afternoon

The Cambridge college where students run a company each afternoon

The Cambridge college where students run a company each afternoon

04 December 2017

Cambridge Leadership College takes a novel approach to learning. Its pupils study for their A-levels in the morning, then work on their start-up businesses.


Cambridgeshire MP offers insight into Parliament for Perse pupils

Cambridgeshire MP offers insight into Parliament for Perse pupils

Cambridgeshire MP offers insight into Parliament for Perse pupils

01 December 2017

Heidi Allen tells students all about the joys of being a parliamentary member


Marking a decade of learning at Heritage School, Cambridge

Marking a decade of learning at Heritage School, Cambridge

Marking a decade of learning at Heritage School, Cambridge

26 November 2017

The independent coeducational day school in Brookside was founded by Jason Fletcher and his wife Fiona Macaulay-Fletcher.


Coleridge Carnival Crew step up to perform at Royal Albert Hall

Coleridge Carnival Crew step up to perform at Royal Albert Hall

Coleridge Carnival Crew step up to perform at Royal Albert Hall

24 November 2017

Headteacher says it's one of the school's greatest achievements.


Cambridgeshire headteachers tell Hammond the funding sums don’t add up

Cambridgeshire headteachers tell Hammond the funding sums don’t add up

Cambridgeshire headteachers tell Hammond the funding sums don’t add up

16 November 2017

Cambridgeshire headteachers have joined with thousands of others in England to sign a letter to the chancellor protesting against “inadequate funding” for schools.


AI: 'It's not just a playground'

AI: 'It's not just a playground'

AI: 'It's not just a playground'

16 November 2017

Is Prof Stephen Hawking right to say AI is a danger to humanity? Dr Stella Pachidi says machine intelligence needs closer scrutiny


Long Road Sixth Form students take on 242-mile challenge for charity Meningitis Now

Long Road Sixth Form students take on 242-mile challenge for charity Meningitis Now

Long Road Sixth Form students take on 242-mile challenge for charity Meningitis Now

08 November 2017

Sport diploma students at Long Road Sixth Form College set a 242-mile challenge to raise money and awareness of meningitis in memory of Adam Tolfree.


Melbourn Village College students get a boost in the labs thanks to TTP partnership

Melbourn Village College students get a boost in the labs thanks to TTP partnership

Melbourn Village College students get a boost in the labs thanks to TTP partnership

22 October 2017

Business pledges £100,000 to help school's science work.


Cambridge LaunchPad lifts off to encourage more young people into STEM courses and careers

Cambridge LaunchPad lifts off to encourage more young people into STEM courses and careers

Cambridge LaunchPad lifts off to encourage more young people into STEM courses and careers

16 October 2017

The Cambridge Independent is among the companies supporting the project.


The Cambridgeshire therapist using super powers to help young minds

The Cambridgeshire therapist using super powers to help young minds

The Cambridgeshire therapist using super powers to help young minds

15 September 2017

Ollie and his Super Powers is taking a different approach to helping children deal with mental health difficulties.


Cambridgeshire demands fairer deal on education spending from Government

Cambridgeshire demands fairer deal on education spending from Government

Cambridgeshire demands fairer deal on education spending from Government

06 September 2017

The county council is joining with others across the country to ask Government for a rethink.


Cottenham students host pop-up coffee shop in aid of charity

Cottenham students host pop-up coffee shop in aid of charity

Cottenham students host pop-up coffee shop in aid of charity

22 July 2017

Students from The Centre School in Cottenham have been working at homelessness charity Wintercomfort every week providing a pop-up coffee shop.


Help us make Mayfield Primary School's reading bus a wonderland of words

Help us make Mayfield Primary School's reading bus a wonderland of words

Help us make Mayfield Primary School's reading bus a wonderland of words

09 July 2017

Primary students Michaela, Phoebe, Aylin and Cathy explain their school's £8,000 appeal to revamp its reading bus.


Cambridgeshire leading the way in cracking down on LGBT bullying in schools

Cambridgeshire leading the way in cracking down on LGBT bullying in schools

Cambridgeshire leading the way in cracking down on LGBT bullying in schools

01 July 2017

Study shows HBT (homophobic, biphobic and transphobic) bullying is becoming less frequent.


Cambridge students secure place in final of global construction competition

Cambridge students secure place in final of global construction competition

Cambridge students secure place in final of global construction competition

08 May 2017

Two teams of Cambridge Engineering students have achieved second and ninth place in the first phase of a global construction competition, with one team through to the final.


RAND Europe study reveals Cambridgeshire is at the centre of national teacher shortage crisis

RAND Europe study reveals Cambridgeshire is at the centre of national teacher shortage crisis

RAND Europe study reveals Cambridgeshire is at the centre of national teacher shortage crisis

24 March 2017

While the number of students is expected to soar over the next decade, schools in Cambridgeshire are struggling to attract new teachers.


Students become experts for the day at Cambridge Science Festival Schools Zone

Students become experts for the day at Cambridge Science Festival Schools Zone

Students become experts for the day at Cambridge Science Festival Schools Zone

21 March 2017

Secondary and sixth form students will get the chance to showcase their scientific successes.


Geocache walks in Cambridge will get children to connect with their city

Geocache walks in Cambridge will get children to connect with their city

Geocache walks in Cambridge will get children to connect with their city

25 February 2017

Grab your mobile, head outside and learn more about the city where you live by joining a new geocache walk this spring.


It's not all about the national curriculum

It's not all about the national curriculum

It's not all about the national curriculum

22 January 2017

Stephen Munday, chief executive of The Cam Academy Trust and executive principal of Comberton Village College, explains why providing a great education for our young people might mean going beyond what school inspectors will be told to look for in 2017.


Cambridge MP slams Government plans for schools funding

Cambridge MP slams Government plans for schools funding

Cambridge MP slams Government plans for schools funding

05 January 2017

Daniel Zeichner said schools in the region will not have the resources to cope with costs and pressures.


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