Business mogul Lord Sugar is back on our screens seeking his next ‘apprentice’ - with candidates including city entrepreneur Khadija Kalifa - but perhaps he should be looking a little closer in Peterborough.
Maths teacher, Liam Oliver, from Queen Katharine Academy, has been chosen as one of only 100 high-potential future leaders to be accepted onto the prestigious Leadership Legacy Project by SSAT, the Schools, Students and Teachers network.
It’s always wise to keep an eye on what the Conservatives are doing; as a result, I watched much of the Conservative Party Conference last week, writes cllr Shaz Nawaz, Peterborough Labour group leader.
After a bad day it can be hard to get to sleep. Replaying stressful conversations over and over in your mind can leave you feeling worse than when they actually happened (writes hypnotherapist John Cooper).
On Friday I met for the second time with head teachers from city primary schools to discuss progress and how we move forward following the recent provisional Key Stage 2 results, writes Jonathan Lewis, Peterborough City Council director of education.
Meet The Chef: In his youth, Marcel Acostoaie would always stop by his uncle’s home after a hard day at school. His uncle, who was a respected chef among top military officials in Romania, sparked Marcel’s passion for hearty, home cooked food.
There are two opportunities to catch Third Stone From The Sun (pictured) - on Friday at Charters and Saturday at The Burghley Club - and look out for Okilly Dokilly, a metalcore band from Arizona inspired by a Simpsons character at The Met Lounge tonight.