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How to do deal with exam stress

Thousands of young people across Sussex are no doubt frantically revising ahead of sitting their GCSE or A-Level exams this summer.

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Most children given school of choice

Families have been told which primary school their children will attend in September – with all but 99 being given one of their schools of choice.

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Eco TA, Karen Buncle, and pupils celebrate Southbournes Eco Schools silver award and good Ofsted rating

Double celebration for Southbourne

Southbourne Junior School had two reasons to celebrate after receiving a good Ofsted report and an eco award.

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When do parents in West Sussex find out about primary school places and can I appeal?

Parents in West Sussex will soon be finding out whether their child has been given a place at one of their preferred choices of primary school.

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Government ‘could consider’ revoking academy order

Government ‘could consider’ revoking academy order

The Department of Education has confirmed a order to make Littlegreen School in Compton an academy could be lifted in ‘very exceptional circumstances’.

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Parents fight to stop special school becoming academy

Parents of pupils at Littlegreen School in Compton are petitioning to ‘save’ the school from being taken over by an academy trust.

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Year 6 pupils at Oakwood

School's pride at record-breaking results

Staff at Oakwood Prep School have praised their Year 6 pupils after every one of them was awarded a place at their chosen secondary school.

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Chichester College unveils new forge at Brinsbury campus 27-03-18

New facility to forge student futures at Brinsbury

A new forge at Brinsbury College has been hailed as a ‘fantastic facility’ to train the farriers and blacksmiths of the future.

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Multi-million pound economic contribution from University of Sussex

The University of Sussex adds £343 million a year to the economies of Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex, says a new independent report.

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Student of the year Nina Blisset with Lee Stafford

College students impress Lee Stafford at hair competition

Chichester College students impressed judges at the Lee Stafford Education national student competition and returned with three of the top prizes at the event.

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Students with West Sussex county Council team member

Supportive students stand for elections

A group of students at Ormiston Six Villages Academy have been to the polls to support and encourage their fellow students standing for election in the West Sussex Youth Cabinet and UK Youth Parliament elections.

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Extra funding has been awarded to help even more school children learn how to cycle safely on today's roads. Picture: West Sussex County Council

More funds to ensure children are cycling safely

Extra funding has been awarded to help even more West Sussex school children learn how to cycle safely on today’s roads.

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Video: Celebrating joys and successes of West Sussex education

The joys and successes of students, their teachers and schools have been celebrated at a new awards ceremony.
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Thousands of children in West Sussex persistenly absent from secondary schools

More than 5,000 children were persistently absent from West Sussex’s secondary schools last year, each missing at least 19 days of teaching, figures from the Department for Education show.

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Creative fun for Westbourne House visitors

Cookery, design, drama and music were the order of the day when Westbourne House School held a creativity fun day.

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Education awards are hailed a success

Education awards are hailed a success

Nearly 200 pupils, teachers and school staff were on hand to celebrate the first ever West Sussex Education Awards tonight (Tuesday).

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West Sussex parents fined over term-time holidays

West Sussex parents have paid more than £250,000 in fines for taking their children on holiday during term time.

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Growing pupil numbers in West Sussex will put pressure on school places

Growing pupil numbers in West Sussex will put pressure on school places

West Sussex is going to be short of school places in three years’ time, according to a government forecast.

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Bishop Luffa Literature Quiz

Students’ delight at book quiz win

Year Eight pupils from Bishop Luffa School took part in the West Sussex Inter-Schools Literature Quiz hosted at Chichester College

Students from the school went on to win the competition.

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