Dance group are jumping for joy over competition

Knutsford Guardian:

4:20pm Saturday 12th July 2014

A DANCE group from Knutsford Academy has reached the national final of a top competition.

Look, science can be fun

Knutsford Guardian: Dr Nicola Powles-Glover, centre, shows youngsters how science can be fun and interesting through a series of workshops at Terra Nova Pre-Prep

2:57pm Thursday 22nd May 2014

TERRA Nova students rolled up their sleeves and got hands-on with science on May 8.

Youngsters in fine voice

Knutsford Guardian: Former X Factor star Stacey Solomon

11:02am Wednesday 12th March 2014

WILLOW Wood Primary School children were among thousands who took part in an awe inspiring singing event in Manchester.

Hannah wins Cambridge offer

Knutsford Guardian: Hannah Loftus could be heading to Cambridge University this September

11:06am Thursday 27th February 2014

A HIGH Legh student is ‘delighted’ after being offered a coveted place at Cambridge University. Hannah Loftus, a pupil at Withington Girls’ School, has received a conditional offer from Newnham College to study human, social and political sciences (HSPS).

Pupils on target at sports club

Knutsford Guardian: Evanthe Thirlwell

11:04am Thursday 27th February 2014

EN Garde! Children at Goostrey School are going back in time to reclaim some centuries-old pastimes. Pupils will be polishing their foil, sabre, epee and bow and arrow skills at an after-school club with a difference.

Marcos secures place at top university

Knutsford Guardian: Marcos

3:00pm Friday 14th February 2014

A YOUNG Knutsfordian has secured a coveted place at the University of Oxford.

Bexton Primary School launch 'Remember Me' parking initiative

Knutsford Guardian: Lucas Reynolds, 5, and Megan Barker, 6, with their winning parking ticket designs

4:00pm Wednesday 5th February 2014

COMMUNITY support officers are the driving force behind a new parking initiative at Bexton Primary School.

Holmes Chapel school show Charlie how education is improving

Knutsford Guardian: Helena Collison with Charlie Taylor, right, Denis Oliver, head at HCCS and Mr Kelly

3:00pm Monday 3rd February 2014

AN alliance of Cheshire schools, led by Holmes Chapel Comprehensive, is leading the way in improving education for children in the county.

Goostrey Primary treats African school children to a festive treat

Knutsford Guardian: Goostrey Primary treats African school children to a festive treat

7:00am Sunday 12th January 2014

CHILDREN in South Africa were treated to a special Christmas present this year thanks to the generosity of Goostrey residents.

Bentley helps to plant for future

2:26pm Friday 13th December 2013

BEXTON Primary School pupils showed off their green-fingered talents by holding a Tree Planting Day at the school.

Maths whizzkids

2:26pm Friday 13th December 2013

TWO Knutsford primary schools competed against schools from across the north west in a maths competition.

Girls out to prove stock market is not just for men

Knutsford Guardian: The pupils from Alderley Edge School for Girls with investment manager Mike Deverell at the launch of the second Equilibrium Fantasy Investment league

2:40pm Friday 29th November 2013

ECONOMICS and Business Studies students from Alderley Edge School for Girls are again out to prove the stock market is not just for male city traders by taking part in an investment competition.

St Vincent's log cabin offers art boost for pupils

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5:20pm Monday 25th November 2013

A NEW log cabin has been unveiled at a Knutsford primary school ready for pupils to get creative.

Students at St John's Wood hit the right note for charity

Knutsford Guardian: Pupils from St John’s Wood school with, left, The Rainband’s singer Martin Finnigan

8:20am Monday 11th November 2013

PUPILS from a special school in Longridge were right on song when they hosted a live music concert for charity recently.

Smashing pumpkins on display at Lower Peover school

Knutsford Guardian: From left, Oscar Arrowsmith, six, Archie Rose, nine, Freya Wheable, five and Harriet Royle, 11, with the pumpkins at Lower Peover Primary School’s open day

3:00pm Sunday 10th November 2013

LOWER Peover Primary School pupils from across the year groups were able to harvest some impressive pumpkins recently to show to visitors during an open day.

Knutsford student Caitlin helps fashion bursary funds

Knutsford Guardian: Caitlin Sweet walks down the catwalk at the fashion show

11:30am Monday 4th November 2013

MANCHESTER High School for Girls’ Bursary Fund received a major boost as the school’s pupils, including Knutsford resident Caitlin Sweet, put on a glitzy fundraising DIVAS Fashion Show at the school.

Pupils have designs on creating computer games

Knutsford Guardian: Scouts and schoolchildren take part in the gaming day

12:30pm Tuesday 29th October 2013

SCHOOL CHILDREN from Bexton Primary School were given the chance to design their own computer games and web pages at an event at Radbroke Hall in Knutsford.

Terra Nova exhibition receives high praise

Knutsford Guardian: From left Andrew Lewin, headmaster, Fiona Fontes ,head of Art, Clare Curtis, head of Design Technology and Jeremy Bournon, director of Art and Design at Reception School

6:00pm Friday 18th October 2013

TERRA Nova School opened its bi-annual Art and Design and Technology exhibition with a private viewing.

Levi shakes it up for pupils

Knutsford Guardian: Levi Roots performs for children at Goostrey Primary 	n134254

4:50pm Wednesday 16th October 2013

DRAGON’S Den entrepreneur and TV personality Levi Roots was the VIP guest at Goostrey School’s 10th annual exhibition this week.

Pupils invited to tell tall tales

Knutsford Guardian: Sophie collects the award from members of the Rotary Club of Knutsford

6:30pm Monday 14th October 2013

KNUTSFORD Heritage Centre’s Write a Story competition for the town’s schools has been officially launched.

Daredevil teenager is named student of the year

Knutsford Guardian: Sophie collects the award from members of the Rotary Club of Knutsford

4:30pm Monday 14th October 2013

SOPHIE Booth has been named Knutsford student of the year by the town’s Rotarians.

Rainbow colours provide food for thought for pupils

Knutsford Guardian: From left, Jamie Mottershead, 10, Emily Mason, 10, Ruby Thirlwell, 10 and Crhisty Graham, 11

6:00pm Monday 30th September 2013

THE children of Goostrey Primary School got ready for their upcoming Rainbow exhibition by making a spectrum of colourful food.

Principal: ‘Not every pupil will study 9 to 5’

5:00pm Saturday 11th May 2013

THE principal at Knutsford’s Academy has said children won’t be forced into ‘9 til 5’ hours when its new Studio school opens in 2014.

School criticises special needs funding change

9:00am Saturday 11th May 2013

A KNUTSFORD primary school renowned across the county as expert in teaching children with learning difficulties has said it will no longer be able to do what it does, after a change in the distribution of funding.

Bexton pupils use their loaf to produce some tasty treats

Knutsford Guardian: Bexton Primary School pupils show off the results of their bread-making skills                                                         n121798

6:20pm Thursday 2nd May 2013

MORE than 60 children from Bexton Primary School proved they were very ‘kneady’ indeed when they were visited by Cheshire family baker Roberts Bakery.

Student Jade nails top prize in college beautician competition

5:13pm Friday 26th April 2013

ARTISTIC beauticians-to-be showcased their talents in a college competition.

Hollywood gets college top role

10:49am Friday 5th April 2013

A NEW principal will take on the reins of a Northwich college from September.

Students are just the business at awards

Knutsford Guardian: University of Chester Academy Northwich collect their winning cheque and trophies from Weaver Vale Housing Trust chairman James Boyd

4:00pm Friday 22nd March 2013

BUSINESS savvy students from The University of Chester Academy Northwich (UCAN) have won the top prize in awards celebrating the next generation of enterprising youngsters in West Cheshire.

Cadets careers are on course

3:53pm Friday 22nd March 2013

AIR cadets have been put through their paces by a team from Mid Cheshire College.

Changes for special education

3:52pm Friday 22nd March 2013

SCHOOLING for pupils with special educational needs (SEN) will be changed to make the most out of resources.

An inspiring talk on the House of Lords

3:50pm Friday 22nd March 2013

STUDENTS discovered what life is like in the House of Lords when Baroness Helen Newlove gave a talk at a Northwich college.


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