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Disabled hit by new £2.5m cuts planned for Hampshire school transport

Disabled hit by new £2.5m cuts planned for Hampshire school transport

Disabled hit by new £2.5m cuts planned for Hampshire school transport

28 January 2022

DROPPING off children with special needs or disabilities up to a mile from their homes is being considered in cuts to county school transport scheme.


Christchurch's Grange School celebrates Ofsted upgrade to 'good'

Christchurch's Grange School celebrates Ofsted upgrade to 'good'

Christchurch's Grange School celebrates Ofsted upgrade to 'good'

19 January 2022

A STRUGGLING Christchurch school previously rated 'inadequate' by Ofsted inspectors has received a glowing report following a recent inspection.


Pandemic home-learning has 'slowed development' of Hampshire pupils

Pandemic home-learning has 'slowed development' of Hampshire pupils

Pandemic home-learning has 'slowed development' of Hampshire pupils

10 January 2022

HAMPSHIRE children having to learn from home due to the pandemic are not developing as fast as previous year groups, according to a report.


Plea for parents to avoid school applications myth

Plea for parents to avoid school applications myth

Plea for parents to avoid school applications myth

31 December 2021

Hampshire County Council is reminding parents that they must specify all three preferences when submitting school applications.


Pupils call for action on road outside school where drivers 'regularly exceed' 40mph

Pupils call for action on road outside school where drivers 'regularly exceed' 40mph

Pupils call for action on road outside school where drivers 'regularly exceed' 40mph

31 December 2021

YOUNG campaigners are calling for action to drive down speed on a busy road outside a school in Pennington where a child was almost hit.


Nativity returns to therapy riding centre as £250k roof repair fundraiser is launched

Nativity returns to therapy riding centre as £250k roof repair fundraiser is launched

Nativity returns to therapy riding centre as £250k roof repair fundraiser is launched

20 December 2021

A CHARITY which supports and teaches people with learning difficulties and disabilities through horses has held its annual nativity.


7-million school meals over 60 Light years – Diana's retirement brings family's long service to a close

7-million school meals over 60 Light years – Diana's retirement brings family's long service to a close

7-million school meals over 60 Light years – Diana's retirement brings family's long service to a close

19 December 2021

A SURPRISE farewell was cooked up for popular Arnewood School dinner lady Diana Light as she retired after 35 years.

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Ofsted demotion for Ringwood Infant School

Ofsted demotion for Ringwood Infant School

Ofsted demotion for Ringwood Infant School

17 December 2021

RINGWOOD Infant School had its rating reduced by Ofsted inspectors from ‘outstanding’ to ‘good’.


£1m shipping simulator donated to Brockenhurst College

£1m shipping simulator donated to Brockenhurst College

£1m shipping simulator donated to Brockenhurst College

16 December 2021

A £1M shipping simulator that is so realistic it can cause sea sickness has been donated to Brockenhurst College to train merchant navy students.


Hengistbury Head outdoor discovery den opens

Hengistbury Head outdoor discovery den opens

Hengistbury Head outdoor discovery den opens

15 December 2021

A DISCOVERY den outdoor classroom has been officially opened at Hengistbury Head to allow children to learn about nature – whatever the weather.


Bransgore pupils become 'hedgerow heroes' with conservation work

Bransgore pupils become 'hedgerow heroes' with conservation work

Bransgore pupils become 'hedgerow heroes' with conservation work

03 December 2021

BRANSGORE Primary School pupils have become 'hedgerow heroes' after learning more about work to improve hedges on the nearby Meyrick Estate.


Work to start on 'desperately needed' lunch hall at Ringwood School

Work to start on 'desperately needed' lunch hall at Ringwood School

Work to start on 'desperately needed' lunch hall at Ringwood School

02 December 2021

CONSTRUCTION will start at Ringwood School this month to build a “desperately needed” new dining hall for pupils.


Bishop opens New Forest pre-school's new yurt

Bishop opens New Forest pre-school's new yurt

Bishop opens New Forest pre-school's new yurt

05 November 2021

THE Bishop of Southampton has officially opened a New Forest pre-school's new yurt.


It's fare freezing – New Milton student to run water taxi in Antarctica

It's fare freezing – New Milton student to run water taxi in Antarctica

It's fare freezing – New Milton student to run water taxi in Antarctica

29 October 2021

A BROCKENHURST College apprentice is heading to the Antarctic to run one of the world's most extreme water taxi services.


Plea over free school meals for Christmas holidays

Plea over free school meals for Christmas holidays

Plea over free school meals for Christmas holidays

28 October 2021

PARENTS and carers in Hampshire whose children are eligible for free school meals have been urged to sign up to the scheme.


Council set for U-turn over school crossings axe

Council set for U-turn over school crossings axe

Council set for U-turn over school crossings axe

26 September 2021

CIVIC chiefs are set to bow to public pressure and scrap their plan to axe school crossing patrols in Hampshire, it has been revealed.


Special visit for Forest school’s 'remarkable' pandemic effort

Special visit for Forest school’s 'remarkable' pandemic effort

Special visit for Forest school’s 'remarkable' pandemic effort

24 September 2021

THE Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire paid a special visit to a Lyndhurst school for its efforts throughout the pandemic.


'Why can't you just hold it in?' – parents' fury over teachers 'refusing toilet breaks' in class

'Why can't you just hold it in?' – parents' fury over teachers 'refusing toilet breaks' in class

'Why can't you just hold it in?' – parents' fury over teachers 'refusing toilet breaks' in class

18 September 2021

PUPILS at Highcliffe School are being stopped from using the toilet during lesson time, say outraged parents.

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Council's special needs provision slammed by Ofsted

Council's special needs provision slammed by Ofsted

Council's special needs provision slammed by Ofsted

07 September 2021

EXTRA finance has been agreed to improve services for special education needs and disability (SEND) provision across the BCP Council area.


Bubble system ends but regular testing to continue as schools and colleges return this week

Bubble system ends but regular testing to continue as schools and colleges return this week

Bubble system ends but regular testing to continue as schools and colleges return this week

01 September 2021

THOUSANDS of children and young people are set to return to schools and colleges across Hampshire this week with updated COVID-19 measures in place.


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