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Festive trail for Falkland School

Festive trail for Falkland School

Festive trail for Falkland School

It was beginning to look a lot like Christmas at a Newbury school, as the classrooms were lit up for a festive trail.


West Berkshire school records 12 Days of Christmas

West Berkshire school records 12 Days of Christmas

West Berkshire school records 12 Days of Christmas

Kintbury St Mary's Primary School recorded their own version of the 12 Days of Christmas before the end of term to spread some festive joy.


There's still time to vote!

There's still time to vote!

There's still time to vote!

A short film featuring one of Prior’s Court’s young adults has been nominated for a prestigious award.


Job options highlighted for pupils

Job options highlighted for pupils

Job options highlighted for pupils

Students in Newbury were given the chance to consider their future professions, at their school’s first careers fair.


Prior’s Court bakery rises to the top

Prior’s Court bakery rises to the top

Prior’s Court bakery rises to the top

The bakery in Hermitage, which helps those with complex autism, has won two industry awards.


Talk money with your children

Talk money with your children

Talk money with your children

Finance can be a difficult topic to tackle with children, but teaching them about money from a young age is an important life lesson.


Ultimate triathlete inspires youngsters

Ultimate triathlete inspires youngsters

Ultimate triathlete inspires youngsters

A global adventurer, who has rowed, climbed and cycled his way around the world, has been speaking to pupils at a Newbury school.


Newbury College students lead Remembrance commemorations

Newbury College students lead Remembrance commemorations

Newbury College students lead Remembrance commemorations

Uniformed public service students at Newbury College marked Armistice Day with a service.


Federation helps build ties

Federation helps build ties

Federation helps build ties

Two Newbury schools have come together to help build relationships and make the transition from infants to juniors even easier.


Pupils walk for wellbeing

Pupils walk for wellbeing

Pupils walk for wellbeing

Pupils at a Newbury school covered more than 10,000km collectively as they celebrated the importance of health and wellbeing.


The Willows school confident of good Ofsted rating as it reels from class number budget blow

The Willows school confident of good Ofsted rating as it reels from class number budget blow

The Willows school confident of good Ofsted rating as it reels from class number budget blow

The Willows Primary School in Newbury loses 34 pupil places in reception class intake affecting its budget for next year.


Tighter measures in schools as Covid cases rise

Tighter measures in schools as Covid cases rise

Tighter measures in schools as Covid cases rise

Latest figures show an infection rate of 653.1 per 100,000 population in West Berkshire, compared to just 243.6 per 100,000 the previous week.


A peek at history

A peek at history

A peek at history

Pupils at a Newbury school were given the chance to find out more about life as a councillor during a visit to the Town Hall.


Mary Hare pupils reach for the stars in contact with International Space Station, a world first for deaf children

Mary Hare pupils reach for the stars in contact with International Space Station, a world first for deaf children

Mary Hare pupils reach for the stars in contact with International Space Station, a world first for deaf children

History was made at Mary Hare as pupils made contact with the International Space Station.


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