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Plans for Warwick school’s relocation given go ahead

Plans to relocate King’s High School out of the centre of Warwick have been given the green light.

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Andy Mitchell, Headteacher at Woodloes Primary School with the newly appointed Headteacher of Heathcote Primary Lara Jeffries.

Head teacher appointed for new primary school in Warwick

A head teacher has now been appointed for the new primary school opening in Warwick later this year.

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Leo with his Mum getting creative.

Children enjoy Easter activities at Warwick nursery

Children attending a nursery Warwick got the chance to be creative during Easter week.

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Proposed designs for the new King's High School.

Plans for relocating school in Warwick could get go ahead next week

Plans for relocating a school in Warwick could be given the go-ahead next week.

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The official reopening of the Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum for 2017.

Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum officially open for 2017 season

A military museum in Warwick has officially reopened for the 2017 season.

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The Warwick District Mencap customers at the Warwick centre.

Warwick District Mencap customers creating a book about their disabilities

People with learning disabilities are getting the unique opportunity to tell their story with the production of their very own book.

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Kenilworth School pupils with moon rocks and meteorites

Kenilworth School pupils over the moon to study lunar rocks

Pupils at Kenilworth School were over the moon to see rare examples of moon rocks and meteorites during their lessons last week.

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Princethorpe College pupil Toby Lee with fellow Olivier Award winner Tim Minchin. Photo by Terry Lee NNL-171004-170926001

Musical star from Princethorpe College scoops Olivier Award

A 12-year-old guitar sensation from Princethorpe College scooped an Olivier Award with fellow School of Rock cast members in London last night (Sunday, April 9).

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Trinity Catholic School logo

Breaking news: Trinity Sixth Form will stay open

Trinity Catholic School’s Sixth Form, which was under threat of being closed to new admissions from the end of this term, will now remain open.

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The winning team. From left: Catherine Tormey, Quincy Sproul and Maddie Bevan

Leamington school pupils win public speaking competition

A team of pupils from a Leamington secondary school recently won a public speaking competition organised by Warwickshire Youth Parliament.

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Jacob Loveridge from Budbrooke Primary School was chosen as the competition winner by Warwick mayor Christine Cross. Photo by CJ's Events Warwickshire.

Warwick school boy creates winning design for food festival guide

A Warwick school boy’s design has been chosen for the front cover for this year’s Warwick food festival guide.

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Older mums are better mums says new study

Older mums are better mums says new study

Older women make better mums with their children displaying fewer behavioural, social and emotional difficulties, a new study reveals.

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Dale Street Methodist Church in Leamington, where the meeting will be held. Copyright: Google Street View

Parents urged to fight against school cuts in Warwickshire at emergency meeting

Parents are being urged to show support for their school by attending an emergency meeting in response to 
potential Government cuts to education budgets.

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St John's House Musuem. Photo from Google Street View.

Warwick museum to restrict public access

Public access to a museum in Warwick will be changed as of this weekend because of on-going cuts.

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Shrubland Street Primary School's Destination Imagination Team

Shrubland Street Primary School launches campaign to fund dream trip for science stars

Shrubland Street Primary School including its parents has launched a fundraising campaign to help seven of its star science pupils to have the experience of a lifetime.

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Lord Jordan with staff and house captains at Claverdon Primary School

Lord Jordan encourages Claverdon School pupils to grasp opportunities

Pupils at Claverdon primary School learned all about the interesting life of a parliamentary peer when one came to visit on Friday.

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Trinity School students: Erin Green, Jodie McCarthy and Ciara Wilson. With John McDonnell MP, Helen Adkins (Labours candidate for Warwick North Division) and John McDonnell MP.

Labour Shadow Chancellor backs Trinity School campaign to keep sixth form open

Labour’s Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP visited Trinity School to back the campaign to keep the school’s sixth form open.

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Are you smarter than an 11 year old? Find out by taking the tes

11 PLUS QUIZ: Are you smarter than an 11 year old?

New research has revealed just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz.

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Kelyanne Hall, is having trouble getting her son Joshua, 12, who has learning difficulties into a school to suit his needs. NNL-170322-003144009

Mother’s concern over 12-month wait to find suitable school for her son

Concerned Bishops Itchington mother Kellyanne Hall has spoken of the struggle she is having to find a suitable school for her son to go to.

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A child enjoying the family fun day at Busy Bees Nursery in Warwick.

Families flock to fun day at Warwick nursery

Families and local residents flocked to the newly opened Busy Bees Nursery in Warwick at the weekend.

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