Pupils in Dumfries and Galloway secondary schools received their exam results today. Results have improved over the last five years.Read the full story ›
Helen Ford and guests discuss minimum alcohol pricing - and the challenge of raising standards in northern schools.Read the full story ›
The report found that children in the north are more likely to go to a poor school and more likely to leave education early.Read the full story ›
As part of the course they're involved in vital research around a number of endangered animals.Read the full story ›
A new £7.5million pound facility to train future generations of nuclear workers has opened in west Cumbria today.Read the full story ›
An 89 year old man who was a prisoner in Auschwitz before being brought to Cumbria as a child, has been telling of how he survived.
Arek Hersch continues to use his story to educate others about the lessons from what happened. He's been in Carlisle in the run up to Holocaust Memorial Day this weekend.
It coincides with an exhibition at Cumbria House, remembering the atrocity and subsequent genocides.Here's Arek's story:
- Brough Community Primary School
- Crosby Ravensworth C of E School
- Kirkby Stephen Grammar School
- Morland Area C of E Primary School
- Penruddock Primary School
- Skelton School
DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY
- All reopened
- ALL schools closed
The Devil's Porridge Museum in Eastriggs has received almost £45,000 worth of funding from the Big Lottery Fund to work with young people over the next two years.
It was the explosive mixture made by workers at the World War One munitions factory near Gretna, and was dubbed the Devil's Porridge by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
This is the story behind the name:
Bright Tribe Trust, which is responsible for running the troubled school, is to be replaced, the Government has confirmed.Read the full story ›
Teaching staff at the troubled school says pupils' futures are being "ruined". The COO of Bright Tribe has now quit.Read the full story ›