Education

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THE country’s future football stars are getting a helping hand with free training thanks to North Somerset Schools’ Football Club.

Children making cakes and biscuits.

BAKING, Bollywood, bushcraft sessions and more were on the agenda at a series of half-term events held in Worle.

Pancake races at Banwell School.

MOST of us were told by our parents not to play with our food – but these youngsters did just that during a pancake race.

Chemists make national final

Saturday, February 28, 2015
Students at Sidcot School have made it to the final of a national chemistry competition.

A TEAM of Sidcot School students has secured a place in the national final of a prestigious chemistry competition.

Weston  Children Centre, children enjoying fun in Clarence Park at half term,

AN EVENT held by Weston Children’s Centre in Clarence Park entertained around 200 families during half-term.

Pupils learning about the science of light from Mr G's science show.

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.

Students battling it out in the competition.

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.

Chinese New Year children's holiday club event at Sidcot Junior School.

Lanterns and mosaics were just a few of the things made by children at Sidcot Holiday Club when they celebrated Chinese New Year.

Pupils having fun at the Superheroes day held at Mead Vale Primary School, Worle.

BATMAN, Superman and Spiderman met up with some fantasy princesses at a superhero day at Mead Vale Primary School in Worle.

Childcare costs have been described as a 'major barrier' to work.

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.

Sixth form council appointed

Thursday, February 26, 2015
The new Churchill Academy Sixth Form Council.

STUDENTS at Churchill Academy and Sxith Form have been voting to create a new sixth form council.

Churchill Academy and Sixth Form
Sidcot School has applied for planning permission to create a specialist outdoor learning space.

A NORTH Somerset school has applied for planning permission to transform part of its grounds into a specialist outdoor learning environment.

Teens get on their bikes

Wednesday, February 25, 2015
The Dr Bike session at Worle Community School.

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.

St Georges  VA Primary School  pupils enjoying the  hula hooping sessions.

CHILDREN from St Georges Primary School have been hula-hooping their way to fitness as part of a special keeping healthy, keeping safe week.

Fairer funding.

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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