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Portsmouth school raises awareness for education in poor countries

MORE than 400 pupils took part in a walk along a seafront to raise awareness of the problems facing school children in other countries.

Education
Olivia Buckland, who is the president of Pink Week at Cambridge University and has survived Hodgkin Lymphoma herself

‘I knew I had to survive’: Lee-on-the-Solent woman who fought off cancer twice is named top student to watch

A STUDENT who fought off cancer twice and went on to help raise tens of thousands of pounds for charity has been named as one of the top women at university across the country.

Fareham
From left, Logan Mitchell, Clancy Hamilton, Oscar Kirkham and Maisie McCormack

It’s woolly joy baa none as sheep flock to local schools

GOSPORT children got a big surprise when three life-sized fibreglass sheep trotted up to their schools.

Gosport
John Perry says the NHS is under huge strain

Brexit will give the UK great opportunities

AS WE move forward through 2017 I am becoming more and more dismayed by the way the social fabric of our society here in the south is being damaged.

Havant
Representatives from business, business support, local government, health, education and technology at Trethowans

Call made for urgent review of Solent work skills

THE dramatic pace of technological change at work has led Hampshire researchers to call for an urgent shift in how employers engage with education and skills providers.

Business
Students from Fareham Academy on the beach in Normandy

Mother’s Day treat from academy pupils

FOR many teenagers Mother’s Day provides them with the opportunity to thank their mums for the hard work they do on a daily basis.

Fareham
Gosport Rotary Club president Colin Davey

Cash up for grabs for one fortunate student

GOSPORT residents have the chance to be given a headstart with further education finances.

Gosport

Student is runner-up in science competition

A STUDENT has been named as runner-up for Young Scientist of the Year.

Education
Disgruntled residents Steve Hobbs, left, with Colin Major, right, outside Northern Parade schools, in Hilsea.

Angry residents say noisy Portsmouth school is ‘as loud as Glastonbury’

IRRITATED residents are on the warpath and demanding action to tackle a ‘noisy school’ that is ‘as loud as Glastonbury’.

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The Widbrook Storm under 13s

Youth football team in dream first season

A YOUNG football team from Havant is going from strength to strength – in what is only their first season.

Havant
Children from Leapfrog Neighbourhood Nursery

Outstanding report for Southsea nursery

STAFF from a nursery at Southsea have spoken of their delight, after receiving an Outstanding Ofsted report.

Portsmouth

Gosport pre-school moves from ‘inadequate’ to ‘good’ after inspection

A PRE-SCHOOL has been boosted after an inspector changed its rating from ‘inadequate’ to ‘good.’

Gosport
Cheryl Hadland, founder of Tops Day Nurseries Picture: Andrew Plant/Imagine Photographic

Children’s day nurseries ranked in the top 10

A CHILDREN’S day nursery chain has been named one of the best in the country.

Education

Volunteers for children’s gardening scheme wanted on Hayling Island

CAN YOU spare time to plant seeds that will turn into a love of gardening in the minds of children?

Havant
From left, Olivia Spink, John Yu, Robin Cavusoglu and Oliver Durrant

School progresses in 2017 maths challenge

TEACHERS at Portsmouth Grammar School expressed their delight after students advanced to the national finals of the UKMT Maths Challenge.

Portsmouth
From left, deputy head girl Sayeeda Nur, Head Girl, Genevieve Wilks, Justin Heath from The Haven, with deputy head girls Esther Pilling and Rosie Tredray

Portsmouth students raise £10,000 for cancer support charity

STUDENTS raised more than £10,000 for a charity that helps women with cancer.

Health

Eye movement study

TINY eye movements can reveal if a person is lying when they claim not to know another individual, research has shown.

Education

Gosport school reaps rewards from new project

A SECONDARY school has made key subjects more fun for students by putting their own twist on things.

Education
Fareham MP Suella Fernandes, second right, and Minister of State for Schools The Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, centre, with representatives from Portchester Community School  and Henry Cort Community College

Fareham schools issue plea to minister over new funding formula

SCHOOLS have met a government minister to air their fears funding concerns revealed in a new formula.

Fareham
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