Top class results for college

Thursday, 22nd August 2019

MORE than 180 learners collected their A Level results at Cheshire College - South & West. Learners at the College achieved a 98% pass rate, with 120 exceptional A* ...

A level results day: What to do if you don't get the grades - 5 tips

Tuesday, 6th August 2019

After two-years' hard work. the day A level students have been most anxious about is just around the corner (Aug 15th) A-level Results Day! By mid-morning these teen...

Curtain up on the theatre

Monday, 31st December 2018

YOU’RE never too young to love the theatre according to South Manchester educational acting company Artful Playground. They played to pupils aged from three to seven at Gree...

Pupils cook up a charity treat

Thursday, 27th December 2018

CHILDREN showed off their star quality when it came to raising funds for charity with a Great British Bake Off contest. Young bakers at Highfields Academy in Nantwic...

International day reaches out to global village

Wednesday, 26th September 2018

Loreto Preparatory School pupils reached out to the global community with an international assembly celebrating the charitable work of the Loreto sisters worldwide. ...

College welcomes world’s first luxury hybrid vehicle

Monday, 9th July 2018

CHESHIRE College – South & West has welcomed the arrival of a Bentayga Hybrid, Bentley’s first-ever high voltage vehicle, to its dedicated training facility in Crewe. The tr...

FIONA APPOINTED NEW HEAD AFTER MAJOR TRANSFORMATION AT ST. ANTONY'S

Friday, 6th July 2018

The woman who coordinated a transformation in the fortunes of St. Antony's Catholic College has been rewarded with the permanent headship. For the last five years, Fiona Wr...

Not such a flight of fancy

Friday, 8th June 2018

St Ambrose College’s young eco warriors are trying to attract rare migrating birds to Hale Barnes. Inspired by passionate young ornithologist Thomas Diffley, who has a life-...

Teachers on African mission

Friday, 23rd March 2018

TWO young teachers from St Ambrose College are to fly out to Zambia to learn just how vital a good education can be to children in the developing world. Over Easter, PE teac...

PHYSICS CELEBRATED IN TRAFFORD IN WAKE OF SIR STEPHEN HAWKING

Friday, 16th March 2018

Physics is cool, Physics is creative and Physics students are in short supply was the message of some of the region's leading exponents when they talked to aspiring scientists at a...

Students engage in politics with passion

Monday, 12th March 2018

ALTRINCHAM and Sale West MP Sir Graham Brady believes the area’s young people are becoming more engaged with politics and has welcomed their energy and passion. The MP was s...

King’s celebrates top class national ranking

Friday, 22nd December 2017

THE King’s School is one of the best performing independent schools in the country, based on national rankings for A Level and GCSE results. Results alone do not pa...

Workshop inspires next generation of doctors and nurses

Tuesday, 5th December 2017

ASPIRING medics at Sir John Deane’s in Northwich experienced the skills they need to become the next generation of healthcare professionals during a workshop led by some of the cou...

Engineering prize for Matthew and Hazim

Friday, 3rd November 2017

TWO Design and Technology students from Cheadle Hulme School have been awarded prizes in the coveted Arkwright Engineering Scholarship scheme. Matthew Benton and Ha...

TWO OF MANCHESTER’S TOP INSPIRING WOMEN SHARE WORDS OF WISDOM WITH SIXTH FORMERS

Tuesday, 31st October 2017

SIXTH Formers from Manchester High School for Girls (MHSG) soaked up top tips for getting ahead from two entrepreneurs named in the MEN’s league of ‘100 Inspiring Women’. Je...

NEW £1.75M SPORTS CENTRE FOR WITHINGTON GIRLS’ SCHOOL

Friday, 13th October 2017

WITHINGTON Girls’ School aims to further boost sports performance and participation levels through the development of a new £1.75m Sports Centre, scheduled to open next spring.

Council urges university freshers to get meningitis jab

Monday, 2nd October 2017

CHESHIRE East Council is urging all school leavers to ensure that they have been vaccinated against meningitis W. After a highly impressive exam season for the young...

SJD expedition to protect endangered species

Thursday, 14th September 2017

STUDENTS from Sir John Deane’s College in Northwich have returned from a conservation expedition which took them to some of Indonesia’s most remote habitats. More t...

College shines spotlight on top students

Thursday, 10th August 2017

SOUTH and West Cheshire College hosted the second of its two annual College Awards with 34 individual awards presented to students studying a range of academic and vocational cours...

College hillwalkers tackle 3 Peaks to fund charity trip to Sierra Leone

Wednesday, 14th June 2017

Nine St. Ambrose sixth formers accompanied by veteran mountain man Matthew O'Neill, who doubles as the Hale Barns Catholic Grammar School's Head of Religious Education, completed t...

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