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Local author seeks to unpick Israel/Palestine dilemma

Local author seeks to unpick Israel/Palestine dilemma

Local author seeks to unpick Israel/Palestine dilemma

30 October 2018

Ben White in conversation with Dr Priyamvada Gopal at Heffers


Cambridgeshire motorway upgrade uncovers remains of a woolly mammoth and a woolly rhino

Cambridgeshire motorway upgrade uncovers remains of a woolly mammoth and a woolly rhino

Cambridgeshire motorway upgrade uncovers remains of a woolly mammoth and a woolly rhino

24 October 2018

The remains of a woolly mammoth dating back to the ice age are among the latest remarkable finds from the team working on the £1.5billion A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade.


Lord Agnew makes a visit to North Cambridge Academy

Lord Agnew makes a visit to North Cambridge Academy

Lord Agnew makes a visit to North Cambridge Academy

13 October 2018

He discussed next stage of planned development


How Tamsin went on odyssey of discovery for a glue ear device

How Tamsin went on odyssey of discovery for a glue ear device

How Tamsin went on odyssey of discovery for a glue ear device

26 September 2018

Original solution for hearing issue in youngsters


Inside the inspirational new Bottisham Village College buildings

Inside the inspirational new Bottisham Village College buildings

Inside the inspirational new Bottisham Village College buildings

22 September 2018

Principal says £17.5m project is 'like being in a new school'


Plans to expand Cambourne Village College in Cambridgeshire

Plans to expand Cambourne Village College in Cambridgeshire

Plans to expand Cambourne Village College in Cambridgeshire

21 September 2018

The college could be developed with a new two-storey building providing enough space for a further 300 pupils.


CCSS joins Stephen Perse Foundation

CCSS joins Stephen Perse Foundation

CCSS joins Stephen Perse Foundation

07 September 2018

The Stephen Perse Foundation is adding the Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies (CCSS) to its group of independent schools.


Cambridge Children's Books publisher seeks illustrators

Cambridge Children's Books publisher seeks illustrators

Cambridge Children's Books publisher seeks illustrators

26 July 2018

If you can draw, read this!


Romance novel has charity in mind

Romance novel has charity in mind

Romance novel has charity in mind

23 July 2018

Alzheimer's theme explored by first-time Cambridge author


Brains Eden's 10th game jam is international success story

Brains Eden's 10th game jam is international success story

Brains Eden's 10th game jam is international success story

19 July 2018

35 teams, 175 students at weekend design epic


New school in Cambridgeshire would be ‘too close to major road’

New school in Cambridgeshire would be ‘too close to major road’

New school in Cambridgeshire would be ‘too close to major road’

16 July 2018

There are “deep concerns” about the location of a new school and homes near the A10, with fears for the impact of pollution on the children and poor access off a major roundabout.


FXP Festival hits peak gaming success mode

FXP Festival hits peak gaming success mode

FXP Festival hits peak gaming success mode

13 July 2018

Computer game contest showcases regional flair for creativity in schools and colleges


Should there be car-free zones around Cambridge primary schools?

Should there be car-free zones around Cambridge primary schools?

Should there be car-free zones around Cambridge primary schools?

11 July 2018

Car-free zones may be trialled around primary schools in Cambridge in a bid to ease school traffic and cut air pollution.


The Brains behind the gaming of Eden

The Brains behind the gaming of Eden

The Brains behind the gaming of Eden

07 July 2018

The international gaming festival celebrates its tenth anniversary this month


Cambridgeshire's schools are 'on the edge of a cliff' because the education authority is among worst funded in country

Cambridgeshire's schools are 'on the edge of a cliff' because the education authority is among worst funded in country

Cambridgeshire's schools are 'on the edge of a cliff' because the education authority is among worst funded in country

07 July 2018

Subjects are being withdrawn and there are concerns pupils with special needs will suffer most


Wimpole History Festival showcases the amazing exploits of our forebears

Wimpole History Festival showcases the amazing exploits of our forebears

Wimpole History Festival showcases the amazing exploits of our forebears

25 June 2018

Who knew history was such fun!


Cambridge festival that's putting positivity back into teaching

Cambridge festival that's putting positivity back into teaching

Cambridge festival that's putting positivity back into teaching

14 June 2018

Hundreds of teachers and education professionals attended the second Cambridgeshire Festival of Education on Saturday.


Gender diversity celebrated at Cambridge Judge event

Gender diversity celebrated at Cambridge Judge event

Gender diversity celebrated at Cambridge Judge event

14 June 2018

Rich exchange of thoughts, ideas, experiences and solutions' at Cambridge Judge Business School


Meet the ringmaster for the FXP Festival's weekend of gaming

Meet the ringmaster for the FXP Festival's weekend of gaming

Meet the ringmaster for the FXP Festival's weekend of gaming

08 June 2018

Jagex design director Mark Ogilvie on the July 7-9 competition for schools and colleges


Return of Cambridgeshire Festival of Education

Return of Cambridgeshire Festival of Education

Return of Cambridgeshire Festival of Education

08 June 2018

Every one of them is being dubbed a 'flamingo of hope' because they want to optimistically and joyfully celebrate the teaching profession as 'the best job in the world'.


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