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Teaching children computer skills to ensure they are never lost in forever loops and sub-routines

Teaching children computer skills to ensure they are never lost in forever loops and sub-routines

Teaching children computer skills to ensure they are never lost in forever loops and sub-routines

03 March 2017

Andrew Severy - newly appointed computer science co-ordinator at St Mary’s Junior School in Cambridge – talks about the school’s commitment to effectively delivering the computing element of the national curriculum, and the challenge for parents and grandparents who may feel out of their depth with the subject.


Chesterton Community College granted £10 million expansion

Chesterton Community College granted £10 million expansion

Chesterton Community College granted £10 million expansion

02 March 2017

Chesterton Community College has been granted permission for a £10million expansion after months of campaigning for the move.


Petition calls for funding to expand Chesterton Community College

Petition calls for funding to expand Chesterton Community College

Petition calls for funding to expand Chesterton Community College

13 December 2016

A petition calling for investment in over-subscribed Chesterton Community College has been signed by almost 1,000 people.


Spending a night sleeping rough is eye-opener for Cambridge Regional College students

Spending a night sleeping rough is eye-opener for Cambridge Regional College students

Spending a night sleeping rough is eye-opener for Cambridge Regional College students

10 December 2016

Students had a taste of life on the streets when they braved a night in the cold to raise awareness for homelessness


Patrick's new violin role will have him pulling strings for orchestra

Patrick's new violin role will have him pulling strings for orchestra

Patrick's new violin role will have him pulling strings for orchestra

28 November 2016

A 17-year-old student at The Perse School in Cambridge has been appointed principal second violin for the National Youth Orchestra.


Move over A-levels, there's International competition

Move over A-levels, there's International competition

Move over A-levels, there's International competition

28 November 2016

The International Baccalaureate creates scientists who can write and artists who can count, says Parkside School's headteacher Jodh Dhesi.


Amazon announces winners of Cambridgeshire schools 'Design a Drone' competition - and Monkfield Park Primary is flying high

Amazon announces winners of Cambridgeshire schools 'Design a Drone' competition - and Monkfield Park Primary is flying high

Amazon announces winners of Cambridgeshire schools 'Design a Drone' competition - and Monkfield Park Primary is flying high

10 November 2016

The future of technology in Cambridgeshire would appear to be in safe hands after pupils demonstrated great creativity and ingenuity with their entries to Amazon's inaugural Design a Drone competition.


Art commissioned for Trumpington Community College officially unveiled

Art commissioned for Trumpington Community College officially unveiled

Art commissioned for Trumpington Community College officially unveiled

12 October 2016

A piece of art commissioned for a new secondary school has been officially unveiled.


Cambridgeshire needs hundreds more school places

Cambridgeshire needs hundreds more school places

Cambridgeshire needs hundreds more school places

10 October 2016

A report from Scape Group, the public sector-owned built environment specialist, found that a total of 357 classrooms or 38 new schools must be built in county before 2020.


School buses could operate out of city park and rides

School buses could operate out of city park and rides

School buses could operate out of city park and rides

05 October 2016

Would it work? Have your say before Monday


Sawston Village College pupils pick up Arts Award

Sawston Village College pupils pick up Arts Award

Sawston Village College pupils pick up Arts Award

23 September 2016

Pupils at Sawston Village College picked up Arts Award certificates after completing work in dance, music, art and drama.


More than 100 parents escape fines after council re-think on unauthorised school absences

More than 100 parents escape fines after council re-think on unauthorised school absences

More than 100 parents escape fines after council re-think on unauthorised school absences

09 August 2016

Cambs kids get holiday boost


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