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Cambridgeshire school bucks trend to expand arts provision

In a cash-strapped era when secondary schools are being forced to cut back on arts provision, one school in Cambridgeshire is bucking the trend.

Impington Village College has expanded its curriculum to offer nine arts subjects at both GCSE and A level.

This term the entire school has been working together on a play and Elodie Harper went along to hear why it has decided to go against the grain.

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Fears about university CCTV cameras overlooking nearby homes

The University of Northampton has reassured neighbours that CCTV cameras cannot see into their homes.

The University of Northampton has had to write to residents living nearby to reassure them that campus CCTV cameras cannot see into their homes.

It comes after a former security guard alleged some of the cameras on the new Waterside site have a direct view of some private gardens and even bedrooms.

The University says the technology that is used means any private areas caught on surveillance are automatically blacked out - an explanation that's done little to calm the nerves of those nearby.

  • Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Graham Stothard

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Protest march to save children’s centres in Norfolk

Protestors marched through Great Yarmouth at the weekend in a rally against proposals which could shut dozens of children's centres across Norfolk. Forty six of the county's 53 centres are under threat.

Norfolk County Council says schools, village halls, libraries and other buildings would be used to provide the services people currently get at children’s centres. A spokesman said there would also be visits to people’s homes and better online advice.

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