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Coronavirus Cambridge: The ‘key workers’ who can send children to school during the pandemic

Coronavirus Cambridge: The ‘key workers’ who can send children to school during the pandemic

Coronavirus Cambridge: The ‘key workers’ who can send children to school during the pandemic

20 March 2020

People in Cambridgeshire can find out if they are on the government's list of the 'key workers' who can send their children to school.


All schools to close and exams cancelled

All schools to close and exams cancelled

All schools to close and exams cancelled

18 March 2020

The Prime Minister confirmed exams would not take place in May and June.


All the Cambridgeshire schools closed so far due to the coronavirus

All the Cambridgeshire schools closed so far due to the coronavirus

All the Cambridgeshire schools closed so far due to the coronavirus

18 March 2020

A growing number of schools in Cambridgeshire are closed or partially closed due to Covid-19.


Cambourne Village College tells entire year group to work from home due to coronavirus

Cambourne Village College tells entire year group to work from home due to coronavirus

Cambourne Village College tells entire year group to work from home due to coronavirus

17 March 2020

The school said it had very high numbers of staff absence.


Revised plans for Wing Primary School on Marleigh development in Cambridge

Revised plans for Wing Primary School on Marleigh development in Cambridge

Revised plans for Wing Primary School on Marleigh development in Cambridge

24 February 2020

The 420-place school will also have a nursery with 52 places.


Cambridgeshire students try their hand at building robots

Cambridgeshire students try their hand at building robots

Cambridgeshire students try their hand at building robots

12 February 2020

Students tested their robot building skills last Friday (February 7) at the First Tech Challenge UK tournament.


Gallery: Cambridgeshire pupils take part in Lego tournament at University of Cambridge

Gallery: Cambridgeshire pupils take part in Lego tournament at University of Cambridge

Gallery: Cambridgeshire pupils take part in Lego tournament at University of Cambridge

16 January 2020

Cambourne team is victorious as youngsters gather at the Department of Engineering to test their design and programming skills.


Free trees available for schools and community groups from Woodland Trust

Free trees available for schools and community groups from Woodland Trust

Free trees available for schools and community groups from Woodland Trust

11 January 2020

We are highlighting the opportunity as part of our Plant a Tree Campaign.


Cambridgeshire primary school tables 2019: How did yours do?

Cambridgeshire primary school tables 2019: How did yours do?

Cambridgeshire primary school tables 2019: How did yours do?

22 December 2019

Full searchable table - with great Key Stage 2 results for The Icknield Primary, Dry Drayton, Histon & Impington and more.


A wishlist from Cambridge for the new government

A wishlist from Cambridge for the new government

A wishlist from Cambridge for the new government

14 December 2019

Here’s what community leaders say new the government must deliver.

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Help victims of bullying have a better Christmas

Help victims of bullying have a better Christmas

Help victims of bullying have a better Christmas

07 December 2019

Red Balloon has launched its annual festive appeal to help fund its life-changing work.


Parent Power puts Impington Village College in top spot for region’s schools

Parent Power puts Impington Village College in top spot for region’s schools

Parent Power puts Impington Village College in top spot for region’s schools

02 December 2019

Impington Village College has been revealed as the State School of the Year in East Anglia, as ranked by the Sunday Times Parent Power scheme.


Songs, poems and chocolate cake as Michael Rosen unveils children’s artwork

Songs, poems and chocolate cake as Michael Rosen unveils children’s artwork

Songs, poems and chocolate cake as Michael Rosen unveils children’s artwork

01 December 2019

The children’s poet and author visited Cambridge to create poems with schoolchildren whose artwork covers hoardings around the Chisholm Trail.


Cambourne Village College student Calla Crome recognised as influencer of the year at Girls’ Active Awards 2019

Cambourne Village College student Calla Crome recognised as influencer of the year at Girls’ Active Awards 2019

Cambourne Village College student Calla Crome recognised as influencer of the year at Girls’ Active Awards 2019

18 November 2019

Her efforts to promote girls’ rugby were acknowledged in a ceremony at the Houses of Parliament.


Anti-bullying week: Advice for parents as Red Balloon explains how it helps children overcome trauma

Anti-bullying week: Advice for parents as Red Balloon explains how it helps children overcome trauma

Anti-bullying week: Advice for parents as Red Balloon explains how it helps children overcome trauma

15 November 2019

The Milton-based charity highlights the plight of students out of school - and how it can help.


Funding delay leaves future of nursery schools in doubt

Funding delay leaves future of nursery schools in doubt

Funding delay leaves future of nursery schools in doubt

28 October 2019

A chair of governors has said local maintained nursery schools are “on a knife edge” waiting to hear whether they will still be funded next year


Gallery: Students from St Mary’s race back in time

Gallery: Students from St Mary’s race back in time

Gallery: Students from St Mary’s race back in time

25 October 2019

St Mary’s School’s annual charity fun run took the 1980s as this year’s theme.


Lift-off for puppet record attempt

Lift-off for puppet record attempt

Lift-off for puppet record attempt

24 October 2019

A world record attempt for the biggest puppet show on Earth took place at King George V Playing Fields in Trumpington on Friday, October 18.


Lollipop patrol protestors' warnings about school run safety

Lollipop patrol protestors' warnings about school run safety

Lollipop patrol protestors' warnings about school run safety

23 October 2019

Campaign group dressed as 'lollipop' people organised a walk to school action morning to highlight village road safety issues


Parents give £19k to plug primary school funding shortfall

Parents give £19k to plug primary school funding shortfall

Parents give £19k to plug primary school funding shortfall

20 October 2019

Some families are giving regular amounts by direct debit to bail out underfunded school


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