Students celebrate life on CD

Students celebrate life on CD

Wiltshire College & University Centre students have launched an album they produced with musicians from a Salisbury charity and production company. The Foundation Studies students performed the songs they wrote in collaboration with La Folia, which brought people...
‘Thankful we don’t live with war’

‘Thankful we don’t live with war’

Children and staff recognised the importance of remembering the soldiers past and present and the vital need to hand down modern history to the next generation. Pupils at Newton Tony C of E Primary School held a Remembrance Service at St. Andrews Church yesterday,...
Work begins at Salisbury Campus

Work begins at Salisbury Campus

Work has started on the £14m-plus refurbishment and a new building to transform the Salisbury campus of the newly-crowned Wiltshire College & University Centre. The project is part of over £24m of investment by Swindon & Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership...
Outdoor learning success for Newton Tony school

Outdoor learning success for Newton Tony school

All Year 1 children achieved a 100% success rate in the National Phonic Screening Check at Newton Tony CE Primary School. Phonics is a method for teaching writing and reading skills which develops learners’ ability to hear, identify and manipulate phonemes (sounds)....
£1,000 FOR school BREAKFAST CLUB

£1,000 FOR school BREAKFAST CLUB

Schools could win £1,000 for their pre-school club by sharing the 20th anniversary celebrations of Kellogg’s support for UK breakfast clubs. During the past 20 years, Kellogg’s has supported breakfast clubs, offering funding, food and training to more than 3,000 clubs...
Pupils are inspired by history

Pupils are inspired by history

On their visit to Salisbury Cathedral, Year 6 pupils of the city’s Leehurst Swan school learned about the lives of people from medieval times, including a stonemason, King John and Lady Katherine Grey. The pupils explored parts of the cathedral, looking at the Magna...
School presented with Silver Award

School presented with Silver Award

Commitment to the highest standards in teaching and learning at Harrow Way Community School, Andover, has been recognised by the Teacher Development Trust Network (TDNT).   The school received high praise from the auditors and was awarded their prestigious Silver...
Young pupils raise £1,100 

Young pupils raise £1,100 

Seven-year-old Salisbury Cathedral School pupils, twins Robert and William Wallace, completed a 20-mile bike ride. They visited 15 different churches in Wiltshire as part of ‘Ride and Stride’ – a sponsored bike ride or walk. Supporters all over...
School open days feature

School open days feature

Excellent results for Leehurst Swan 100% of pupils in Year 11 at Leehurst Swan School passed 5 or more GCSE subjects and 95% passed 5 or more GCSE results including English, Mathematics and Science. These are excellent results and represent the great progress made by...
Fantastic gymnastics sessions for youngsters

Fantastic gymnastics sessions for youngsters

Young up-and-coming gymnastics can join a school for those aged five to 14 at Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre, Salisbury, from September 20. The fun sessions for boys and girls allow them to experience and enjoy the sport, regardless of experience. Six...
GCSE results score major improvement

GCSE results score major improvement

South Wiltshire UTC students celebrated as they collect their GCSE exam results. The Salisbury-based college scored an improvement in all subjects and many showed significant progress on last year. In 2017, when the new 9-1 grading system was introduced to be phased...
Grades grow at Godolphin

Grades grow at Godolphin

Godolphin School, Salisbury achieved the highest A*-B percentage for eight years with 94% (since 2010) and highest A*-C for six years (since 2012). The percentage of A*-B is up 10% compared to Summer 2017, in the face of much uncertainty, with new 9-1 graded GCSE...

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