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Golf club helps school

Money raised by Ham Manor Golf Club over the past season has been presented to the Lavinia Norfolk Centre Charitable Trust.

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Chancellor Philip Hammond

Frustration at school funding Budget snub

Headteachers and parents were left frustrated after their call for more basic funding for schools was ignored during last week’s Budget.

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West Sussex Education Awards

Education awards will celebrate local success

The best schools, pupils and teachers in the area will be in line for countywide recognition, courtesy of a new award scheme by this newspaper.

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DM17112647a.jpg Anti-bullying assembly at St Wilfrid's School, Angmering. Photo by Derek Martin Photography. SUS-171117-171751008

Pupils learn they are ‘all equal’ at anti-bullying assembly

A week’s worth of lessons and activities focusing on physical and mental bullying culminated in an assembly at a school on Friday.

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GALLERY: Children in Need

Children in Need has celebrated a record-breaking year, raising more than £50million during Friday night’s show on BBC1.
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Northbrook MET creative media practice (moving image) degree students had the opportunity to film Jo Brand for her new role in Worthing Theatres' pantomime Snow White.

Students make video of famous comedienne

Northbrook MET creative media practice (moving image) degree students had the opportunity to film Jo Brand for her new role in Worthing Theatres’ pantomime Snow White.

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Headteachers off to Downing Street

Headteachers off to Downing Street

And they're off...
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Philip Hammond

Heads to appeal to Chancellor for cash

Headteachers from 25 counties will be heading to Downing Street to appeal to the Chancellor to put more money into the education system.

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Lady Emma Barnard, the High Sheriff of West Sussex, with principal Umbar Sharif, head boy Joseph Rickman and head girl Lauren Bramley

High Sheriff visits academy

Ormiston Six Villages Academy has welcomed Lady Emma Barnard, the High Sheriff of West Sussex, to the school.

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Year-two students Isla Howdle, front, and Daisy Wheatley with part of the play trail that is currently out of action

Help needed in bid for play trail funding

Pupils at East Preston Infant School are desperate for new outdoor fitness equipment as their dilapidated play trail is often out of action.

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Campaigning parents head to Parliament

Hundreds of parents are heading to Parliament to call for further action to be taken over school funding.

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Cutting the ribbon to launch the new STEM Academy at Worthing College

New academy launched with big bang

Science, technology, engineering and maths came alive at a Big Bang Fair at Worthing College.

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Arundel CE Primary School was given 100 vests to mark International Walk to School Month

Bright idea to improve safety

Children who walk to school have been given hi-vis vests so they can be seen more easily.

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The autumn Big Walk In at River Beach Primary School

Big Walk In at River Beach

Walking to school is positively encouraged in Littlehampton.
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Sussex students sought to compete in UK's largest rocket competition

Sussex students encouraged to compete in UK’s largest rocket competition

Top students aged 11 to 18 in Sussex are being called upon to reach for the stars and compete in the UK’s largest youth rocket competition.

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PICTURES: Hundreds celebrate at college graduation

Hundreds of students, staff and guests celebrated at Northbrook MET college’s annual graduation ceremony on Friday at Worthing Assembly Hall.
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West Sussex County Council

Apply now for next year’s primary school places

West Sussex families can now apply for a school place for children due to start primary or infant school or transfer to a junior school in September 2018.

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