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The Winter Gardens.

Weston College has now officially taken over the town’s iconic Winter Gardens – and is calling on the town to share its memories of the gardens, as well as any suggestions for the building.

Churchill diabetes care recognised

Saturday, May 28, 2016
Churchill diabetes care award

Churchill Academy has received an award for providing good care for children with type one diabetes.

Funding to improve school library

Friday, May 27, 2016
A Worle Village Primary School pupil with the cheque.

A school library system will go digital thanks to a £300 donation.

Madeleine Wood.

A Weston College apprentice received an ‘outstanding’ award at the Bristol and Bath Apprenticeship awards earlier this week.

The walking bus pupils and volunteers.

A village primary school has been commended after it celebrated helping its pupils walk to school safely for a decade.

Preschool hours to change?

Thursday, May 26, 2016
Stepping Stones nursery at Court de Wyck Primary School.

A village preschool is looking for parents to help shape its future as it considers extending its opening hours.

Year 11 students at Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College.

Year 11 pupils at a Weston school have said goodbye to the classroom as they prepare to sit their GCSE exams and head for pastures new.

Does academy status improve performance?

There has been a huge amount of debate surrounding the Government’s decision to initially force all schools to become academies – before a remarkable U-turn on the policy.

Churchill pupils shine at ITV

Monday, May 23, 2016
Churchill design ITV

Students from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form have been impressing broadcasting giants ITV with themed lights created for a display at their studios in Bristol.

Katrina Titcombe performing.

Two Weston College students have secured a ‘fantastic’ experience to perform in a professional theatre after being scouted at a college-run festival.

Pupils at the street party.

Children at a North Somerset primary school wore their finest red, white and blue outfits and enjoyed a street party to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.

Supply teachers are costing North Somerset millions of pounds.

More than £3million is being spent on recruiting supply teachers in North Somerset, new figures have revealed, equating to more than £200 per child.

‘Glorious’ village fun run

Saturday, May 21, 2016
Friends Seamus Barnett, Josh Moon and Ted Milne.

People in Wrington laced up their trainers to take part in the village’s annual fun run.

Pupils taking part in the daily one mile run.

A North Somerset primary school has signed up to a scheme which it hopes will improve the fitness levels of its pupils.

College debate welcomes MP

Friday, May 20, 2016
MP John Penrose took part in a debate with Weston College students.

Weston College welcomed the town’s MP John Penrose to an immigration debate with students, which he said was ‘impressive’.

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