PICTURES: Seven local primary schools take part in eco event

A day of ‘environmental learning, fun and activities’ was had by around 100 pupils from seven Littlehampton area primary schools at the fourth annual eco summit.


School determined to 'bounce back' after disappointing Ofsted rating

A headteacher is confident his school will “bounce back” after being told to improve by Ofsted.

Parents and pupils were shocked not to have been allocated places at a Shoreham secondary school

Lancing academy welcomes applications from Shoreham pupils

Shoreham pupils who missed out on a secondary school place in their town are being encouraged to consider attending a Lancing academy.

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Ormiston Six Villages Academy students who took part in the Chichester Literature Quiz

Six Villages students win Chichester Literature Quiz

Students from Ormiston Six Villages Academy are proud to have been crowned winners of the fourth Chichester Literature Quiz.

Students with Down Syndrome hold up their coffee afternoon invitation

Down syndrome celebration

World Down Syndrome Day was marked with a coffee afternoon at The Angmering Sixth Form.

The Climping team at HMS Excellent, Portsmouth, for the first race of the season, on March 11. Picture: Alison Latter

St Mary’s storms to victory

Climping pupils are celebrating after storming to victory at IET Formula Goblin race days.

Ria Larkins and Matt Wadey have joined forces to raise money for Friends of Summerlea School (FOSS)

Parents join forces to support school

Yet another letter warning of cuts to school funding dropped on to the mat just as two parents were deciding which charity to support in the Brighton Marathon.

Sir Nicholas Soames MP

MPs appeal for changes to new school funding formula

West Sussex MPs have warned schools will lose hundreds of thousands of pounds if changes to the new education funding formula are not made.

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Worth Less? campaign

Lucky 13? School funding fight engulfs southern counties

Heads at 3,000 schools, responsible for more than 1.2million children, have thrown their weight behind West Sussex’s fight for fairer education funding.
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Worth Less? campaign logos

Last chance for parents in West Sussex to ‘protect our children’s education’ by completing funding survey

Parents of schoolchildren in West Sussex have been urged to complete a survey to help ‘protect our children’s education’ and invest in their future.

The challenge was a fantastic opportunity to find new and emerging talent in cyber security

Girls demonstrate cyber security skills

Girls from Ormiston Six Villages Academy have taken part in a national cyber security challenge.

Celebrating success in this year's Worthing Maths Feast

Maths successes at The Angmering School

The Angmering School is celebrating students’ success in local and national maths competitions.

Parents of Swiss Gardens Primary School children

Shoreham parents shocked after pupils placed at school miles away

Parents of year six pupils are shocked after discovering their children had not been given places at a Shoreham secondary school – but at one 12 miles away in Storrington.

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VIDEO: Visit helps open up eyes to diversity

The wonderful charity JustDifferent was delighted to welcome a group of young children to its Walberton office on Monday.

Author Billy Bob Buttons, Edward Hugh Trayer, who gave a workshop to pupils at Bury Primary School. Picture: Kate Shemilt ks170131-2

PICTURES: Billy Bob Buttons at Bury Primary

Pupils at Bury CE Primary School were thrilled to meet award-winning author Billy Bob Buttons.

Backpack and lunch box sets, �27.98, Becky & Lolo,

Perfecting packed lunches

Nutritionist Sue Crabtree gives Charlotte Harding some ideas for the perfect packed lunch.

Worth Less? campaign for fairer funding

School funding campaign spreads to East Sussex, Essex and Cornwall

The Worth Less? campaign for fairer education funding is no longer just a West Sussex affair.

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PICTURES: West Sussex apprentice graduation 2017

The achievements of higher and advanced apprentices were celebrated at the second West Sussex apprentice graduation ceremony on Tuesday.

Chancellor Philip Hammond

Heads blast £320m for free schools and grammars as ‘little short of disgraceful’

Headteachers have blasted as “little short of disgraceful” the government’s allocation of £320million for free schools and grammar schools.

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Students ask the important question

Teenagers ask schools minister 'why are we Worth Less?'

A group of teenagers has asked the schools minister to face them and explain why their education was worth less than those living elsewhere in the country.

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