Head's Tales: Who is the headteacher?

ITV News Central's education correspondent, Peter Bearne, explains who the headteacher is in our series looking at life as a headteacher.

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Mysterious artwork in Nottingham - could it be Banksy?

Details have emerged of a possible 'Banksy' graffiti artwork in Nottingham.

The painting is on a wall under a pedestrian footbridge across the canal in the city.

Could this be a piece of Banksy artwork?
Could this be a piece of Banksy artwork? Credit: Jack Chimes

Banksy is a graffiti artist based in the UK. He is also a political activist, film director and painter. His street art combines dark humour with graffiti in a stencilling technique.

READ MORE: Fears that Banksy will be removed from house in Cheltenham

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Head's Tales: A week in the life of a primary headteacher - part one

All this week, we will be getting a unique insight into what it takes to be a primary school headteacher.

Our Education Correspondent Peter Bearne has spent a week with Sarah Moore, the head of Oak Tree Primary School in Mansfield in Nottinghamshire.

In the first part of "Head's Tales", we find out how Sarah's jobs involves juggling a variety of roles.

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AMAZING VIDEO: Lightning striking BT tower and storm pictures

Viewers have been sending in their photos of this weekends wild weather.

A combination of sunny spells and severe storms made up the conditions across the Midlands.

The BT Tower in Birmingham was hit by lightning and a petrol station roof collapsed in Leicestershire following the torrential weather.

Here are just a few of the moments you captured on camera...

Four Oaks
Four Oaks Credit: Rachel Slater
Petrol station roof collapses on two cars in Leicestershire
Petrol station roof collapses on two cars in Leicestershire Credit: Caters news agency
Taken in the early hours in Leicester
Taken in the early hours in Leicester Credit: Brendan harris

Cuts force closure of four Nottingham police stations

Four police stations will close across Nottingham as part of Government budget cuts.
Four police stations will close across Nottingham as part of Government budget cuts. Credit: PA

Four police stations will close across Nottingham as part of Government budget cuts.

Assistant Chief Constable Simon Torr confirmed the police stations that are to shut will be in Sneinton, The Meadows, Arnold and Carlton.

He went on to say the number of officers on the beat won't be reduced and alternative sites will be set-up but warned that they had reached a stage where there were no more savings to be made – following budget cuts of £42 million in the past four years.

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