Local business owners say the fact students are away for half of the year affects income.Read the full story ›
The Stable Nursery in Tetbury Upton looked after 50 children and employed 15 staff.Read the full story ›
Sir William Romney's School in Tetbury is closed today, Wednesday 13 September, due to an IT problem. Staff say they are working to resolve the issue but must shut for health and safety reasons.
We regret to inform parents and students that the school will be closed Wednesday 13th September due to an IT server problem which occurred (yesterday) afternoon. We are working hard to resolve the problem, however, with no IT system available we must close the school for health & safety reasons. We hope to be up and running Thursday.
We sincerely apologise for this unforeseen closure and the inconvenience caused to all our students’ learning.
The school says it hopes to reopen tomorrow but staff and parents should check its Twitter and Facebook accounts for updates.
The good news is that a planned BBQ and disco for year 7s will still go ahead tonight.
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The Bath institution famous for training nannies says you and your child should be prepared for starting school.Read the full story ›
The current year-11s are the first group to complete the new style GCSE exams.Read the full story ›
Another student from our region who is celebrating his A-Levels results today is a Syrian refugee living in Plymouth.
Mohammed Leily moved to Devon four years ago and could not speak English when he arrived.
Now he has gained three A's and one A star as a mature student. He now wants to study medicine and hopes to become a surgeon:
Students in the region celebrated their A-Level grades, although critics say the change to the education system creates too much pressure.Read the full story ›
Today is A-Level results day, and teenagers up and down the country have been opening envelopes which could determine the next stage of their lives.
Some will be heading to university, others on a gap year and many straight into the workforce.
Earlier, we spoke to Cerys Mack who completed her A-levels at Exeter College. Cerys secured 3 A*s in Psychology, Biology and Chemistry.
Cerys will now be going to Bristol University to study medicine, and she was clearly ecstatic about her results.