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June 9, 2018 4:11 PM Shop Smart: Save Money the Hampstead and King Alfred’s School way

Fiona Phillips and Gaby Roslin are plugging a new Channel 5 TV show. Called Shop Smart: Save Money, “their new TV show that encourages savvy shopping”, says the Daily Mail. Both presenters are keen to show how they learnt the value of a coupon and special offer from periods of poverty and periods of “financial issues”. “When I was a student, I had £5 a week to live off,” says Roslin 10

June 9, 2018 5:01 AM St Paul's nursery school in Holgate celebrates with open day after outstanding Ofsted report

A YORK nursery school graded outstanding in its Ofsted report is celebrating with an open day today. St Paul's, in Holgate, has now been awarded the quality mark for basic skills five times in a row. They have qualified teachers on site and also provide specialist education for children with speech and language difficulties. Since taking over as head teacher 10

May 26, 2018 5:03 AM Rain fails to dampen Bolton School fancy dress run spirits

Despite the heavy rain, nearly 200 pupils aged seven to 11 paired up and took it in turns to run laps of the school’s track. Teachers also joined in, with head of the junior school Mrs Susan Faulkner dressing up as Aladdin’s genie and other teachers wearing Ghostbuster costumes. Pupils and staff ran as many laps of the 200m track as they could until 4

May 25, 2018 8:13 AM Lollipop man loss blamed on Swindon council policy

LOLLIPOP men and ladies will not be replaced unless deemed essential, the council has admitted. It comes as teachers, parents and councillors expressed anger that Eastcott Road lollipop man John Walters, who retires today, is not being replaced. Asked if there was a deliberate policy of not replacing the popular lollipop crossing patrols, a council spokeswoman 2

May 18, 2018 3:22 PM Royal wedding celebrations under way at Radcliffe primary school

CELEBRATIONS were under way at a Radcliffe school as pupils prepared for tomorrow's royal wedding. St Andrew's CE VA Primary School held a street party and outdoor picnic on Friday lunchtime to mark the occasion. Children and staff alike wore golden crowns as they sat to enjoy their picnic at 12noon on the eve of Prince Harry's and Meghan Markle's special 21

May 16, 2018 7:49 AM 16-year-old pretty sure these aren’t the real GCSEs

A 16-YEAR-OLD taking his GCSEs is confident that these are just mocks or a practice or something like that. Wayne Hayes, who was surprised to arrive at school yesterday and discover he had a three-hour biology exam, believes this will be good training for the real thing, whenever it is. He said: “Yeah, it was properly like an actual exam. All silent 14

April 29, 2018 11:30 PM Qld calls for federal Gonski funding

Queensland's education minister says the federal government must give states more money if school standards are to improve in line with the latest Gonski report recommendations. Grace Grace says the Queensland government is committed to ensuring teachers are better trained and classrooms are better equipped to turn around Australia's decline in academic 7

April 29, 2018 8:46 AM Rotten durian causes Melbourne university evacuation

More than 500 students and teachers were evacuated from a university in Melbourne, Australia, as a result of a smell initially suspected to be gas. But it turned out the "gas" that students smelt at the RMIT's library was a rotting durian that had been left in a cupboard. Firefighters said the smell had moved through the building via the air conditioning 13

April 25, 2018 12:36 PM St Peter and St Paul RC Primary pupils celebrate Earth Week

YOUNGSTERS from St Peter and St Paul RC Primary School swapped pen and paper for the great outdoors to celebrate Earth Day. Pupils and teachers spent the week learning about the environment, plastic pollution and carbon footprint. The whole school got involved last week by making their own clothes out of recyclable items and taking part in an earth-themed 21

April 24, 2018 7:07 AM Schools in East Sussex close over pay row

Five schools across East Sussex are to close as teachers strike over a pay row. Staff within the National Education Union (NEU) are pushing for a 2 per cent rise from East Sussex County Council. At Priory School, Lewes, 61 members have walked out and the school is closed for Years 7-10. Fifty teachers at Seaford Head School have held a strike and the school 9