THE country’s future football stars are getting a helping hand with free training thanks to North Somerset Schools’ Football Club.
BAKING, Bollywood, bushcraft sessions and more were on the agenda at a series of half-term events held in Worle.
MOST of us were told by our parents not to play with our food – but these youngsters did just that during a pancake race.
A TEAM of Sidcot School students has secured a place in the national final of a prestigious chemistry competition.
AN EVENT held by Weston Children’s Centre in Clarence Park entertained around 200 families during half-term.
YOU wouldn’t be mistaken if you heard explosions at Castle Batch Primary School this week as students have been busy taking part in a series of science lessons with a difference.
STUDENT chefs battled it out to get the chance to have their dish added to the menu at Weston College’s training restaurant, The Grove.
Lanterns and mosaics were just a few of the things made by children at Sidcot Holiday Club when they celebrated Chinese New Year.
BATMAN, Superman and Spiderman met up with some fantasy princesses at a superhero day at Mead Vale Primary School in Worle.
THE cost of childcare has been described as a ‘major barrier to work’ – with some parents in Weston spending more on nursery fees than they are on rent.
STUDENTS at Churchill Academy and Sxith Form have been voting to create a new sixth form council.
A NORTH Somerset school has applied for planning permission to transform part of its grounds into a specialist outdoor learning environment.
PUPILS at Worle Community School got a free session with Dr Bike and one student even won a free set of wheels thanks to the sustainable travel and road safety team.
CHILDREN from St Georges Primary School have been hula-hooping their way to fitness as part of a special keeping healthy, keeping safe week.
SCHOOL budgets are ‘squeezed’ to the limit and headteachers warn it will soon become ‘extremely difficult’ to maintain excellent standards in education.
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