1,300 pupils at a high school in Birmingham have voted to name their café "Joe's Coffee", to show their appreciation of the man who has been policing the area for 25 years.
Students and teachers say PC Joe Cahill's work with Broadway Academy in Perry Barr has helped reduce crime and bullying, and made the school a safer place.
"I call into the school each day on my beat and the students all come up to me and have a chat. They see me as a person they can speak to and if there is a problem I am there."
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Former England and Northampton Saints rugby star Ben Cohen is meeting schoolchildren to help stamp out bullying.
Cohen is speaking to children at Maplefields School in Corby.
The world cup winner is chairman of the Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation.
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Pupils at St Alban's Primary School in Wolverhampton will return to lessons for the first time today since an arson attack damaged parts of the building earlier this month.
40 firefighters were needed to put out the blaze at the school in Wednesfield in the evening of 5 February.
The pupils, staff and Governors of St Alban’s would like to thank everyone for the astonishing support which has been shown since the fire took place.
It has been heartening to see the local, and wider, community rally around the school to ensure that there has been minimum disruption to the education of our children.
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A primary school in Loughborough is the first to take part in a project using local woodland to teach children about the environment.
Education secretary Nicky Morgan will launch the Woodland Trust's 'Schools into Woods' project at Outwoods Edge Primary today.
Over the next two years, the Trust aims to help 40 primary schools across the UK make the most of their local woodland.
"Teaching in woods is free, it fits in with the national curriculum, and no extra training is needed.
"It provides a really inspiring setting for learning, and not only will this encourage children to better understand and appreciate the natural environment, it will help them develop practical and social skills that will nurture self-esteem and confidence."
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