Headteachers off to Downing Street

And they're off...
Philip Hammond

Heads to appeal to Chancellor for cash

Headteachers from 25 counties will be heading to Downing Street to appeal to the Chancellor to put more money into the education system.

Teachers were transformed into witches, wizards and black widows

Horrifying experience thrills students

Students at Chatsmore Catholic High School had a horrifying experience last Tuesday – and they loved it!


Primary school placed in special measures

A primary school has been placed in special measures after being rated 'inadequate' in all areas by Ofsted.

Brenock OConnor with Philip Glenister, Lesley Sharp and Rosie Day in Living the Dream on Sky One. Picture: Sky

Former Chatsmore student in new Sky comedy

Former Worthing student Brenock O’Connor is living the dream in a new Sky One comedy drama.

Volunteering with the Friends of Shoreham Beach, helping to clean the beach of invasive species and litter

Action taken in the community

Young people have been helping to keep Shoreham Beach tidy, as part of the autumn NCS programme.

Pebbles Childcare owner Bridgit Brown, left, and co-minder Chloe Webster with some of their charges. Both childminders were rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted

Childminders proud of Ofsted rating

Two childminders said they were “extremely proud” after both were rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted following their first inspection.

Jane Green cuts the ribbon to launch the new science labs

Scientific fanfare for new labs

New science labs at Our Lady of Sion School in Worthing have been opened with suitable fanfare.

Ferring pupils are proud of their new snap bands

Safety campaign welcomed

Ferring Primary School pupils were among those to benefit from a safety initiative.


Campaigning parents head to Parliament

Hundreds of parents are heading to Parliament to call for further action to be taken over school funding.

Cutting the ribbon to launch the new STEM Academy at Worthing College

New academy launched with big bang

Science, technology, engineering and maths came alive at a Big Bang Fair at Worthing College.

Jo Payne, year-five leader at The Vale School, with head teacher Martin Garratt at the awards ceremony

Teacher loses out to 'worthy winner'

Findon Valley teacher Jo Payne has been praised for the positive impact she has had across her school,

Vale School year-five leader Jo Payne

Vale teacher up for national award

Findon Valley teacher Jo Payne is in the running to be named one of Britain’s Classroom Heroes 2017.

Sam Froggatt and maths subject leader Charlotte Allin with a selection of Sam's Pi creatures. Picture by Durrington Infant and Junior School

Sam’s design makes maths as easy as Pi!

Children at Durrington Infant and Junior School have a new classmate to help them during maths lessons – a little green alien called Pi.
Sussex students sought to compete in UK's largest rocket competition

Sussex students encouraged to compete in UK’s largest rocket competition

Top students aged 11 to 18 in Sussex are being called upon to reach for the stars and compete in the UK’s largest youth rocket competition.


PICTURES: Hundreds celebrate at college graduation

Hundreds of students, staff and guests celebrated at Northbrook MET college’s annual graduation ceremony on Friday at Worthing Assembly Hall.
Chatsmore Catholic High School's English teachers were turned into walking poems and billboards to celebrate National Poetry Day

Teachers become walking poems

English teachers were turned into walking poems to celebrate National Poetry Day.


PICTURES: Pole to Pole challenge

Durrington High School is developing a new focus to bring the community together.

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