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TV chef to help launch autism school’s new sixth form

TV chef to help launch autism school’s new sixth form

TV chef to help launch autism school’s new sixth form

A top TV chef will be hosting a healthy cooking session at the opening of a specialist autism school’s sixth form.


Teacher shortlisted for prestigious literary award

Teacher shortlisted for prestigious literary award

Teacher shortlisted for prestigious literary award

A teacher from Lymington who created a phonic learning system during the pandemic has been shortlisted for a prestigious national literary award.


Brockenhust C of E Primary School launches ‘Brockanory’ campaign to create own library

Brockenhust C of E Primary School launches ‘Brockanory’ campaign to create own library

Brockenhust C of E Primary School launches ‘Brockanory’ campaign to create own library

Local children’s author Simon Chadwick has thrown his backing behind Brockenhurst C of E Primary School’s campaign aimed at saving libraries.


Rise in number of pupils securing first choice school

Rise in number of pupils securing first choice school

Rise in number of pupils securing first choice school

Nearly all children in Hampshire and the BCP area have been offered their first choice of secondary school for September.


‘Nobody is left behind’ – Forest junior school praised by Ofsted

‘Nobody is left behind’ – Forest junior school praised by Ofsted

‘Nobody is left behind’ – Forest junior school praised by Ofsted

A Forest junior school was praised as “inclusive and aspirational” by Ofsted inspectors who rated it ‘good’.


‘Inadequate’ Bransgore nursery upgraded to ‘good’ in six-month turnaround

‘Inadequate’ Bransgore nursery upgraded to ‘good’ in six-month turnaround

‘Inadequate’ Bransgore nursery upgraded to ‘good’ in six-month turnaround

A nursery in Bransgore which was rated ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted has been upgraded to ‘good’ after vast improvements.


School celebrates after ‘good’ Ofsted rating

School celebrates after ‘good’ Ofsted rating

School celebrates after ‘good’ Ofsted rating

A Pennington school previously deemed as requiring improvement is celebrating after a ‘good’ rating from Ofsted.


‘Highly ambitious’ New Forest school praised by Ofsted

‘Highly ambitious’ New Forest school praised by Ofsted

‘Highly ambitious’ New Forest school praised by Ofsted

A “highly ambitious” New Forest infant school has been praised by Ofsted for its hardworking and well behaved pupils.


‘High-quality teaching’ – praise for Brockenhurst College in latest Ofsted rating

‘High-quality teaching’ – praise for Brockenhurst College in latest Ofsted rating

‘High-quality teaching’ – praise for Brockenhurst College in latest Ofsted rating

Brockenhurst College leaders say they are proud of an Ofsted report which has rated them ‘good’ in all sectors.


Thousands sign petition calling for halt to school spending cuts

Thousands sign petition calling for halt to school spending cuts

Thousands sign petition calling for halt to school spending cuts

A petition is calling on BCP Council to reject government calls to sign up to a scheme that would push more SEND children into mainstream schools.


Falling birth rate prompts review of childcare provisions

Falling birth rate prompts review of childcare provisions

Falling birth rate prompts review of childcare provisions

The childcare strategy for the BCP area has been reviewed in response to a projected fall in both birth rates and qualified childminders.


Priestlands school pupils raise over £1,000 for Lymington's Oakhaven Hospice

Priestlands school pupils raise over £1,000 for Lymington's Oakhaven Hospice

Priestlands school pupils raise over £1,000 for Lymington's Oakhaven Hospice

Two Priestlands school friends have helped raise £1,219 for Oakhaven Hospice.


Primary pupils cook up a healthy storm

Primary pupils cook up a healthy storm

Primary pupils cook up a healthy storm

School children from Christchurch were shocked to learn there are nine teaspoons of sugar in a can of coke during a cookery and nutrition masterclass.


Milford Primary School pupils help unveil new orchard at Downton Manor Farm Quarry

Milford Primary School pupils help unveil new orchard at Downton Manor Farm Quarry

Milford Primary School pupils help unveil new orchard at Downton Manor Farm Quarry

Pupils from Milford Primary School enjoyed helping to unveil a new orchard at Downton Manor Farm Quarry.


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