A brand new extension onto Hambledon Primary School was celebrated yesterday afternoon.
The school changed its age limit from seven to 11 in September 2013 and has since been expanding. This is the first year the school will have full classes up to year six.
Honoured guests and members of the local community joined pupils and staff in celebrating the new learning space yesterday.
The new classroom provides a wonderful environment for learning and will help our growing school provide the very best education for our pupils.”
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust will receive £10 million on being named a ‘digital centre of excellence.’
The trust is one of twelve across the country that has been given the title by the Department of Health.
The £10 million will be spread over a period of four years to pioneer innovations in information management and technology.
More than 4,000 undergraduate students have enrolled at Reading University this September - 300 more than last year. The university saw a 74% growth in offers.
Sir David Bell, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Reading, said: "I am delighted to see the University of Reading bucking national trends with a record high intake.
"Against the uncertainty of Brexit, the outlook for Reading is good. We have, and will always have, global ambitions and an international outlook.”
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Video report. We've all got a favourite.... from the BFG, to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Roald Dahl's books are being celebrated, on what would have been his 100th birthday.
The Prime Minister's told Tory MPs she wants to open new grammar schools if local people want them. But she says they must attract pupils from less well-off backgrounds.
There are 45 grammar schools in Kent - That could change - but not without a huge political row.
Phil Hornby sent us this from Westminster.
We heard from Angela Rayner MP, Shadow Education Secretary, Dover MP Charlie Elphicke, Darren Johnson MP for Dartford and Helen Whateley MP, Faversham and Mid Kent
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Speculation is rife that the government will repeal 40 year old laws banning the setting up of new grammar schools within weeks. It follows the sighting of a confidential document yesterday The new Prime Minister Theresa May attended a grammar school for part of her education - and has backed the idea of a grammar school expanding in her constituency. But as the academic year gets under way, the latest developments are igniting old arguments about a two tier education system. Here's our social affairs correspondent Christine Alsford
Sir Roger Gale MP has given his full support for the headteacher who has enforced the new uniform policy at Hartsdown Academy in the Thanet North constitutuency.
A head teacher in Margate has defended sending home 50 pupils on the first day of term for wearing incorrect uniform.
Matthew Tate, from Hartsdown Academy, told ITV News that strict uniform rules are integral to pupils' attainment and sense of self-respect.