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Smiles all round at Peterborough school named happiest in the country

Staff at a Peterborough school which allows children to shine by focussing on smiles are beaming - after being named the happiest school in the country.

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Martin Steele, chairman of Safapac Holdings, presents the awards to students, from left ,  Kathryn Paternoster, Emma Hunt, Jake Smith, Megan Childs and Katie Wright.

Talented science students praised by Peterborough-based chemical manufacturer

Chemical manufacturer Safapac has praised students for excellent performances in their school science subjects.

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Celina Worraker examines the clock

Clock bells chime again

A famous old clock is ticking again after a schoolgirl raised thousands to bring it back to life.

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City College Peterborough

Funding to help adult learners in the city

Cross Keys Homes has secured more than £15,000 of funding from City College Peterborough’s Community Learning Trust Fund.

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University graduates

Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Studying medicine and dentistry will make you the richest after university with graduates earning an average of £46,700 according to new research from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.
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ALPHA KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL RAISE OVER �800 ON SPONSORED WALK FOR CHILDREN IN NEED

Sponsored walk raises £800 for Children in Need

Children, families and staff from Alpha Kindergarten School on Fletton Avenue in Peterborough raised more than £800 for Children in Need on a sponsored walk yesterday.

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Schools' Sings event at the Cresset. Paston Ridings primary and The King's School pupils performing. EMN-171114-085828009

Peterborough primary schools bring their Favourite Things - and the West End - to The Cresset

Nearly 1000 pupils from primary schools across the city participated in the Peterborough Sings! West End Singing Days at The Cresset on Monday and Tuesday of this week.

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Fourfields Community Primary School, Yaxley.

Yaxley school and Peterborough business finalists in national Happiness Awards

A Yaxley shcool and Peterborough business have both been shortlisted in the finals of Britain's only nationwide Happiness Awards.

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Jonathan Lewis

Former director of Peterborough education returns to the role

The former director of education for Peterborough City Council has returned to take up the post in the city again.

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Children at  Park Lane Primary School forming the poppy

An aerially awesome act of remembrance at Whittlesey school

An awesome aerial act of remembrance could be seen by anyone lucky enough to be flying over Whittlesey this morning.

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Peterborough engineers look to unique training course to recruit the next generation of its workforce

A leading Peterborough company wants to recruit more would-be engineers for its unique training scheme.

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Left- Sherrie Courten, Team Manager, Barnardos Childrens Centres, Peterborough; Right  Lynn McNish, Childrens Services Manager, Barnardos Childrens Centres, Peterborough

Childcare facility in Peterborough back up and running under new management

A childcare facility in Peterborough has re-opened under new owners.

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St George's School

Special school to reopen at a cost of £2m

A school which closed in 2004 is to be reopened at a cost of £2 million due to a rise in pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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City of Peterborough Academy Special School Good OFSTED. Pictured with the Exec Principal Tracey Ydlibi are pupils Sayeed Khan, Camran Javed and Charlie Dalhousie (back) and Sam Vines (front) in a maths lesson EMN-171017-153730009

Good school is aiming higher

A Peterborough special school has held on to its ‘Good’ rating after Ofsted inspectors visited.

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Justine Greening

Government scheme to find more science and languages teachers to be piloted in Peterborough

A new Government scheme to try and find more science and language teachers will be piloted in Peterborough.

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Primary school doubles in size

Primary school doubles in size

A Peterborough primary school is to double in size to help ease the pressure for places in Stanground.

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Dummy bomb left in the playing field at Newark Hill Academy by the RAF. Pupils Evie Watts, Ryan Mulhall, Victoria Wiktoria-Pawalk and Ramaji Odedra with Cpl Ian Baker from the RAF Careers Office EMN-170610-135343009

Pupils taken back in time

Youngsters learning about life during the Second World War were given a shock when they found a ‘bomb’ on their school field.

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The passing out

Fire Service course teaches pupils important lessons

Students from Jack Hunt School in Netherton, Peterborough, have graduated from the Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Firebreak course, learning rescue and drill skills.

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Norwood Primary School

UPDATE: Peterborough primary school to reopen after suspected gas leak

A Peterborough primary school that was shut today (Wednesday, October 18) due to a suspected gas leak will reopen.

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Norwood Primary School

Peterborough primary school shut due to suspected gas leak

A Peterborough primary school is shut today (Wednesday, October 18) due to a suspected gas leak.

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