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Pride as Kettering village school rated as good in all areas

A headteacher has spoken of her pride after inspectors rated the primary school as good in all areas.

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Members of the school council are hoping to raise �1,000 for the new sport kits

Rushden pupils need your help to make a change at their school

These youngsters are appealing for help as they strive to make a change at their school.

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Stanwick Primary School

Northants mum barred from attending school fathers’ day event

A single mum has appealed for teachers to see sense after she was not allowed to attend a fathers’ day event at her son’s school.

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Pen Green could be named best in the country

The Pen Green Centre in Corby has been shortlisted for one of the most prestigious awards in education.

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Danesholme Juniors is a 'good' school

Corby primary school is good, say inspectors

Danesholme Junior Academy in Corby has been rated good in all areas in its first inspection since joining Greenwood Academies Trust, with inspectors praising the quality of its teaching and leadership.

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Bee Day: Higham Infant and Nursery and Higham Junior School combined Bee Day'Pupils dress as bees.'Friday, June 8th 2018 NNL-180806-183238009

Bee education at Higham schools leaves pupils buzzing

Almost 600 Higham Ferrers pupils were a vision in black and yellow as they came together to celebrate bees.

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Robert Smyth Academy

Leicestershire school may put on buses to attract Northamptonshire pupils

A school in Market Harborough is looking to put on a new bus route to attract pupils from north Northamptonshire.

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Corey with the flag he designed

Corey designs winning flag to start the Women’s Tour in Rushden next week

Corey Barton can’t wait to wave his flag to signal the start of Stage Two of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour in Rushden.

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Wrenn Academy has been rated as good by Ofsted

Wellingborough academy goes from inadequate to good in just 18 months

A school has gone from being inadequate to good in all areas in just 18 months.

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The new principal.

School’s new principal can’t wait to get going

A new principal will start at Robert Smyth Academy on Monday.

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Lauren Green.

National award for Kettering teacher

A talented teacher from a Kettering primary is celebrating after being named Newly Qualified Teacher of the Year.

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Youngsters taking part in one of the assessment sessions

Youngsters put through their paces to be part of Northamptonshire Emergency Services Cadets

Potential new recruits for Northamptonshire Emergency Services Cadets (NESC) have taken on a series of challenges to show they have what it takes to join the scheme.

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NSPCC urges Northamptonshire families to give exam pupils ‘vital’ support

The families of Northamptonshire pupils taking exams this summer have been urged to provide vital support as children struggle to cope.

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Headteacher’s pride at Ofsted report for Earls Barton school

A headteacher has said she is ‘enormously proud’ after inspectors rated the school as good in all areas.

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A pupil is rescued from the plane.

Kettering students take part in aeroplane rescue exercise

Smoke billowed from an aeroplane at Kettering’s Tresham College campus but don’t panic - it was just a drill.

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Lizzie Simmonds with pupils from Thrapston Primary School

Double Olympian makes a splash with visit to Thrapston school

Youngsters got the chance to meet a double Olympian when she popped in for a visit.

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Corby swimming pool

Half-term fun lined up for youngsters in Corby

Corby Council has lots of half-term activities lined up from Tuesday, May 29, to Friday, June 1.

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Kettering school to ban use of mobile phones

Kettering school to ban use of mobile phones

Pupils at a school in Kettering will be banned from using their mobile phones.

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Solve It is based in Ringstead

Ringstead charity’s campaign to raise £30,000 in 30 days to mark 30 years

A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to help secure the future of a charity that delivers vital educational services across the county.

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This week is Walk to School Week

Schools, police and council showing their support for Walk to School Week in Corby

Corby Council’s neighbourhood management team and neighbourhood policing teams are supporting National Walk to School Week by working with schools to encourage parents and children to walk or cycle to school.

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