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School opens new gym for staff and pupils

School opens new gym for staff and pupils

School opens new gym for staff and pupils

A new gym has opened for pupils and staff at Theale Green School.


Autism charity fundraising appeal tops £1m

Autism charity fundraising appeal tops £1m

Autism charity fundraising appeal tops £1m

Autism charity, Prior’s Court, has raised more than £1 million for its new Performing Arts Centre for young people with complex needs.


Nursery celebrates Ofsted success

Nursery celebrates Ofsted success

Nursery celebrates Ofsted success

A Hermitage-based nursery has achieved an ‘outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.


Schoolchildren learn about nature during springtime at country estate

Schoolchildren learn about nature during springtime at country estate

Schoolchildren learn about nature during springtime at country estate

Several schoolchildren were invited to a North Hampshire country estate to learn all about the changes in nature that occur during spring.


Free autism workshop coming soon

Free autism workshop coming soon

Free autism workshop coming soon

Autism Berkshire is working with employment advice and support charity, Graft Thames Valley, to run a free autism awareness workshop later this month.


Base honours 1944 crash victims

Base honours 1944 crash victims

Base honours 1944 crash victims

A private memorial service paid tribute to eight Allied servicemen killed in an aircraft accident at RAF Welford 80 years ago.


Science trio celebrates AWE prize win

Science trio celebrates AWE prize win

Science trio celebrates AWE prize win

Three students have excelled in the jointly-sponsored AWE and Armourers & Brasiers’ Prize for their innovative research in materials science.


Newbury schools visit Showground for potato planting day

Newbury schools visit Showground for potato planting day

Newbury schools visit Showground for potato planting day

Four schools recently visited Newbury Showground for the Planting Day of its Potato Challenge.


Council must pay up for fault in SEND child’s needs

Council must pay up for fault in SEND child’s needs

Council must pay up for fault in SEND child’s needs

West Berkshire Council has been told to pay the mother of a child who missed out on nine months of education £3,500.


‘I am very proud that the inspectors recognised the ambition we have for all students’ - Trinity head

‘I am very proud that the inspectors recognised the ambition we have for all students’ - Trinity head

‘I am very proud that the inspectors recognised the ambition we have for all students’ - Trinity head

Newbury's Trinity School has been given a 'good' Ofsted rating.


Pupils embrace school science week

Pupils embrace school science week

Pupils embrace school science week

Pupils at Curridge Primary School took part in a range of exciting activities during their recent Science Week.


Pupils make a splash for conservation charity

Pupils make a splash for conservation charity

Pupils make a splash for conservation charity

A Thatcham primary school held an Ocean Protectors Day to raise money for the Marine Conservation Society.


Sponsor Spotlight: WBTC backs ‘Employer of the Year’ for NWN Best in Business Awards

Sponsor Spotlight: WBTC backs ‘Employer of the Year’ for NWN Best in Business Awards

Sponsor Spotlight: WBTC backs ‘Employer of the Year’ for NWN Best in Business Awards

West Berkshire Training Consortium is the proud sponsor of this year’s ‘Employer of the Year’ category at the NWN Best in Business Awards.


School pays tribute to ‘children’s champion’

School pays tribute to ‘children’s champion’

School pays tribute to ‘children’s champion’

An award honouring a much-missed member of a school community has been given to a Year 7 pupil.


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