Peterborough primary school to reopen tomorrow nearly a week after rodent infestation was found

Leighton Primary School will reopen tomorrow, six days after an infestation of mice forced it to close its doors.

The roadshow at Werrington primary school.

Visit inspires future scientists

A number of schools around Peterborough received a special visit last week in the form of a unique partnership between business and the military.

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Peterborough primary to reopen nearly a week after mice infestation

Leighton Primary School will reopen next week, six days after an infestation of mice forced it to close its doors.

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Peterborough primary school to remain shut for third day due to mouse infestation

Leighton Primary School in Peterborough will be closed for a third day tomorrow (Friday) following the discovery of an infestation of mice.

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Peterborough primary school to remain closed for second day after rodents are found

A Peterborough primary school will remain closed for a second day tomorrow after rodents were found at the site.

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Peterborough primary school closed after rodents found on campus

A Peterborough primary school is closed today after pest control experts and environmental health officers were called to deal with mice on the campus.

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Bicycle and bracelet stolen from The Deepings School

Police are investigating two thefts from The Deepings School.

Children from Gladstone Primary School invited the deputy mayor and mayoress along to tea at the school. Pictured is also interim headteacher Simon Martin. ANL-161111-104844001

Pupils’ tea time treat for deputy mayor

Children from Gladstone Primary School held a tea party with special guests invited - Peterborough’s deputy mayor councillor Keith Sharp and Christine Wilson, deputy mayoress.

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Children brush up on teeth care

Nursery children from Hampton Hargate got the chance to learn about looking after their teeth when they visited a dental clinic recently.

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Pupils are below the national average

Peterborough’s young pupils continue to lag behind the national average in Early Years, Year 1 and Year 2, but there is some positive news.

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Voyager Academy

105 out of 108 Year 7 vacancies at Voyager Academy

Out of 108 Year 7 vacancies in Peterborough at the start of the current academic year, 105 were at Voyager Academy according to a Peterborough City Council report.

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‘Critical’ shortage of Peterborough school places from 2017

A shortage of school places in Peterborough will reach “critical” levels next year as the council struggles to cope with the number of people moving into the city.

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Outstanding Ofsted at Abbey 345 Pre-School, Crowland.

Crowland Pre-school is outstanding

Staff at the Abbey 345 Pre-School in Crowland are celebrating after being judged ‘Outstanding’ in all areas by Ofsted.

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Principal Jane Dooley with pupils at the new building

Primary school moves into new £6 million building at former Peterborough District Hospital site

Staff and pupils at West Town Primary Academy are celebrating moving into their new £6 million school building, built on the site of the former Peterborough District Hospital in Thorpe Road.

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City Cadets compete in RAF Cup

A group of seven junior cadets have brought pride to their school after competing in the RAF Challenge Cup.


City College helps to fights food poverty

The City College Peterborough has held another successful Super Kitchen event.

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Care home residents enjoy school visit

Pupils at St Botolphs Primary School invited some very special guests to their annual Harvest Festival this year when residents of Barchester Healthcare’s Longueville Court care home joined them in their festivities.

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Call for action over schools

Peterborough City Council leader John Holdich has hit back at claims that action needs to be taken over poor education performance in the city.

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Peterborough MP calls for action to improve education performance in city

Peterborough MP Stewart Jackson has called for action to be taken to improve results at Peterborough schools following a meeting with the Minister of State for Schools.

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Gladstone Primary School

Improvements made at Peterborough primary school

A city primary school that was rated inadequate earlier this year has been told it has made ‘significant improvement’ by Ofsted.

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