When to see the Portsmouth schools carol service tonight

MORE THAN a thousand schoolchildren will sing their hearts out tonight at this year’s school carols service at Portsmouth Guildhall.

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Ella Poingdestre from Kinda Holy

Students who have set up their own businesses mark campaign

ENTREPRENEURIAL students are marking Small Business Saturday today.

Alan Mak MP, David Mowatt and Wilf Farrow

Hayling campaigners urge MP to raise awareness of cycling needs for schoolchildren

CAMPAIGNERS took the opportunity to show their MP all that Hayling Island had to offer for young cyclists.

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Best School winners Mengham Infants School

Hayling pupils win Best School at We Can Do It awards

Children were beaming with pride as they picked up the Best School trophy at this year’s We Can Do It Awards.

Pupils at Flying Bull Academy spent a day making things to improve the lives of others

Community focus day is a huge success for pupils

PRIMARY school children got a taste of what it is like to give back to the community in a day dedicated to making a difference.

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Amba Tremain on stage performing with Boy George

CARLY-ANN PURCELL: Amba and The UVG are phenomenal!

IN PREVIOUS articles I’ve touched on topics such as gender inequality and empowerment via creativity.

Thomas Locke, left, and Rohin Kachroo at Portsmouth Grammar School

Young scientists in Portsmouth create awareness campaign to fight malaria’s spread

TWO children have presented their life-saving plans to tackle rising malaria rates in poverty-stricken countries to a panel of industry experts.

Warblington School, in Havant, was evacuated this morning   Image: Google

UPDATE: Six taken to hospital after suspected ammonia leak at Havant school

A SCHOOL will close early today after three adults and three child have been taken to hospital following a suspected ammonia leak this morning.

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Less than three in ten Portsmouth pupils go on to university

Less than three in ten Portsmouth pupils go on to university

Less than three in 10 pupils in Portsmouth are going on to higher education, a national Oftsed report has revealed.

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A pupil from Sarisbury Church of England Junior School gets creative for a good cause

Pupils use enterprise to raise cash for food banks

SCHOOLCHILDREN have raised money to help people struggling to afford food this Christmas.


Event will promote careers in teaching

TEACHERS or those considering a career in teaching are being urged to go to a recruitment event.

St Mary's Catholic Primary School in Gosport

Headteacher to leave post due to being remarried

PARENTS have been left outraged as the headteacher of a Catholic primary school has to leave his position due to the fact he is divorced and remarried.

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Schools defend charging for Christmas play

Schools defend charging for Christmas play

Schools that charge parents to see their child perform in the school nativity play have defended their decision, saying it helps to cover costs.

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News gardening guru Brian Kidd with Fernhurst Junior headteacher Roberta Kirby and chairwoman of governors Barbara Lonsdale, right
Picture: Sarah Standing (161597-3832)

Urban garden created by Southsea school takes prize at We Can Do It awards

DEDICATING an area of the site to make a garden saw a school named the winners of Best Garden.

Knitters from Havant send jumpers, scarves and hats to children in Lesotho each year

Warm clothes sent to orphans in African nation

CHILDREN in the impoverished African kingdom of Lesotho will be a little warmer this winter thanks to a network of knitters.

Dad Forhad, Ishal, Zeeshan and mum Momtaj Mahmud Picture: Habibur Rahman

‘I like the way you learn so many new things every day’

THIS 10-year-old girl looks set to hit a perfect attendance – having not missed a day of school in almost six years.

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Pupils to sing carols at Gosport library

CHILDREN will sing Christmas carols at a monthly coffee morning.

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Sixth form pupils from Portsmouth High School after their skydive for Breast Cancer Haven

Schoolgirls take a leap of faith for breast cancer

TEN brave students jumped out of a plane to mark the first year of a breast cancer centre.


School children gear up for Portsmouth Christmas carol concert

MORE than 1,000 pupils will take part in Portsmouth City Council’s annual Christmas carol concert.

Lord Mayor, Councillor David Fuller, at Dream Catchers

LEAH CARDEY: Vibrant and stimulating after-school care

SCHOOL holidays come round fast and for many parents, finding affordable childcare for their children during the half-term breaks can be a real struggle.

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