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Why schools and colleges love the FXP Festival

Why schools and colleges love the FXP Festival

Why schools and colleges love the FXP Festival

21 May 2018

North Cambridge Academy teacher Neil Matthews and Year 11 pupil Chloe Langford talk FXP and computer gaming


British Antarctic Survey team studies grave threat to huge glacier

British Antarctic Survey team studies grave threat to huge glacier

British Antarctic Survey team studies grave threat to huge glacier

04 May 2018

International team's Thwaites Glacier research will focus on catastropic ice melt damage


95% of Cambridgeshire children get first-choice primary school

95% of Cambridgeshire children get first-choice primary school

95% of Cambridgeshire children get first-choice primary school

23 April 2018

More children in Cambridgeshire are getting into their first-choice school.


Cambridge filmmaker turns the camera on the issue of teens under stress

Cambridge filmmaker turns the camera on the issue of teens under stress

Cambridge filmmaker turns the camera on the issue of teens under stress

18 April 2018

A team of Cambridge filmmakers have been working with drama students at The Pauline Quirke Academy to create a short film focussed on the stresses faced by teenagers at school.


Was Brexit vote interfered with? Cambridge's MP questions Cambridge Analytica's influence on the referendum outcome

Was Brexit vote interfered with? Cambridge's MP questions Cambridge Analytica's influence on the referendum outcome

Was Brexit vote interfered with? Cambridge's MP questions Cambridge Analytica's influence on the referendum outcome

21 March 2018

New concerns surround timeline of Facebook data harvest


Verdict is in at the Judge's new facility

Verdict is in at the Judge's new facility

Verdict is in at the Judge's new facility

16 March 2018

The Simon Sainsbury Centre at the Cambridge Judge Business School is open for business - and dining


Cambridge Launchpad is giving sixth-formers STEM skills to help join the Dots

Cambridge Launchpad is giving sixth-formers STEM skills to help join the Dots

Cambridge Launchpad is giving sixth-formers STEM skills to help join the Dots

09 March 2018

Cambridge sixth-formers got a taste of what it is like to be a technology consultant at an activity day at TTP Group in Melbourn.


New schools could take first pupils from September 2019

New schools could take first pupils from September 2019

New schools could take first pupils from September 2019

08 February 2018

The schools at Northstowe are moving a step closer to construction following the appointment of Kier as the design and build contractor.


REACTOR incubator aims to gamify everyday life

REACTOR incubator aims to gamify everyday life

REACTOR incubator aims to gamify everyday life

05 February 2018

New funding opportunity for computer game start-ups and SMEs at Anglia Ruskin offshoot


How film can be useful as an educational tool for both students and teachers

How film can be useful as an educational tool for both students and teachers

How film can be useful as an educational tool for both students and teachers

05 February 2018

The Darkest Hour gives us a chance to reflect and learn.


Oxbridge offers reflect hard work of Hills Road students

Oxbridge offers reflect hard work of Hills Road students

Oxbridge offers reflect hard work of Hills Road students

03 February 2018

Hills Road Sixth Form College is celebrating the success of 67 of its students who have received an Oxbridge offer this year.


New tables measure Cambridgeshire schools' progress

New tables measure Cambridgeshire schools' progress

New tables measure Cambridgeshire schools' progress

01 February 2018

Chesterton Community College is one of the highest performing schools in the country, according to the latest secondary school league tables.


Cottenham man comes up with brick system to help students to process ideas

Cottenham man comes up with brick system to help students to process ideas

Cottenham man comes up with brick system to help students to process ideas

29 January 2018

After Paul Main suffered a brain injury he struggled to organise his thoughts. But the 39-year-old from Cottenham devised a way of using bricks to help him cope, and it's a technique he hopes will aid students who struggle with similar problems at school.


Sir Hugh Pelham on killing cancer cells, AstraZeneca, Brexit and 'Peak Cambridge'

Sir Hugh Pelham on killing cancer cells, AstraZeneca, Brexit and 'Peak Cambridge'

Sir Hugh Pelham on killing cancer cells, AstraZeneca, Brexit and 'Peak Cambridge'

26 January 2018

Cambridge is the UK capital of life sciences, and a recent event confirmed that what's happening here is astonishing!


Luke Nash wins Cambridge Greenways logo competition after public vote

Luke Nash wins Cambridge Greenways logo competition after public vote

Luke Nash wins Cambridge Greenways logo competition after public vote

12 January 2018

Cambridge Regional College student's design will be used for new cycling, walking and riding routes


Parkside parents pull out the stops to raise funds for 30 Chromebooks

Parkside parents pull out the stops to raise funds for 30 Chromebooks

Parkside parents pull out the stops to raise funds for 30 Chromebooks

06 January 2018

Parents of Parkside Community College have raised £6,931 to buy pupils a 'Trolley of Tech' in the shape of 30 Chromebook laptops.


Cambridge business leader helping to create 'occupational maps' to guide new T-level qualifications

Cambridge business leader helping to create 'occupational maps' to guide new T-level qualifications

Cambridge business leader helping to create 'occupational maps' to guide new T-level qualifications

03 January 2018

Daniela Florea, of Geo Strategies, encourages businesses and educators to get involved in consultation


Finding similarities between schools and the baby in a manger

Finding similarities between schools and the baby in a manger

Finding similarities between schools and the baby in a manger

25 December 2017

What do nativity plays and the education system have in common?


‘His upbeat attitude and enthusiasm were infectious – Dr Lee Grismer on Dr Tony Whitten

‘His upbeat attitude and enthusiasm were infectious – Dr Lee Grismer on Dr Tony Whitten

‘His upbeat attitude and enthusiasm were infectious – Dr Lee Grismer on Dr Tony Whitten

24 December 2017

Colleague writes of ‘inspiration’ of renowned Cambridge-based conservationist Dr Tony Whitten


Rise in number of Cambridgeshire secondary schools that are outstanding

Rise in number of Cambridgeshire secondary schools that are outstanding

Rise in number of Cambridgeshire secondary schools that are outstanding

23 December 2017

The number of good and outstanding secondary schools in Cambridgeshire has increased by 20 percentage points in the past 12 months, Ofsted's annual report reveals.


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