Lancing academy welcomes applications from Shoreham pupils

Shoreham pupils who missed out on a secondary school place in their town are being encouraged to consider attending a Lancing academy.

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Worthing West MP Peter Bottomley and Worthing mayor Sean McDonald with pupils by Shimmering Sea, one of the five murals

Whole school art project viewed by MP and mayor

Every single child at West Park Primary was involved in creating five new murals for the school.

Students with Down Syndrome hold up their coffee afternoon invitation

Down syndrome celebration

World Down Syndrome Day was marked with a coffee afternoon at The Angmering Sixth Form.

Isaac Daughtrey is studying maritime law at Southampton University

Prestigious scholarship launched for Worthing College alumni

A prestigious new scholarship for Worthing College alumni has been launched.

Steve Carroll, second right, with staff members at the Emmanuel School Calcutta _sn7y-2_6-EKHYrKUU0u

Workshop will help school in India

Worthing artist Steve Carroll has spent a week in India setting up a screen printing workshop.

Becky Sykes, left and deputy head Karyn Astle

Award-winning scheme welcomes parents into Shoreham school

A Shoreham primary school has been presented with an award for its work to build robust relationships between parents, carers and the school.

Many parents have concerns about their children crossing Salvington Road. Picture: Derek Martin

Durrington school still needs a hero

A Durrington school where children have to cross a ‘dangerous’ road every day still needs a hero or heroine.

Sir Nicholas Soames MP

MPs appeal for changes to new school funding formula

West Sussex MPs have warned schools will lose hundreds of thousands of pounds if changes to the new education funding formula are not made.

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Worth Less? campaign

Lucky 13? School funding fight engulfs southern counties

Heads at 3,000 schools, responsible for more than 1.2million children, have thrown their weight behind West Sussex’s fight for fairer education funding.
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Last chance for parents in West Sussex to ‘protect our children’s education’ by completing funding survey

Parents of schoolchildren in West Sussex have been urged to complete a survey to help ‘protect our children’s education’ and invest in their future.

A new head teacher is needed for St Andrew's High School. Picture: Google Maps/Google Streetview

Head teacher at Worthing school leaves in the middle of term

The search is on for a new head teacher at St Andrews’ High School in Worthing.

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Parents of Swiss Gardens Primary School children

Shoreham parents shocked after pupils placed at school miles away

Parents of year six pupils are shocked after discovering their children had not been given places at a Shoreham secondary school – but at one 12 miles away in Storrington.

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VIDEO: Pre-schoolers finally get a crossing for dangerous road

Pupils and staff at a Worthing pre-school are celebrating a new pedestrian crossing on a ‘dangerous’ road outside the school.

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Paul Norris, who won the best visual effects Oscar for his work on the film Ex Machina, gave Worthing High School students a motivational talk.

Oscar-winner visits Worthing school

The man who won the best visual effects Oscar for his work on the film Ex Machina, gave Worthing High School students a motivational talk.


VIDEO: Visit helps open up eyes to diversity

The wonderful charity JustDifferent was delighted to welcome a group of young children to its Walberton office on Monday.

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Perfecting packed lunches

Nutritionist Sue Crabtree gives Charlotte Harding some ideas for the perfect packed lunch.

Worth Less? campaign for fairer funding

School funding campaign spreads to East Sussex, Essex and Cornwall

The Worth Less? campaign for fairer education funding is no longer just a West Sussex affair.

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PICTURES: West Sussex apprentice graduation 2017

The achievements of higher and advanced apprentices were celebrated at the second West Sussex apprentice graduation ceremony on Tuesday.

Chancellor Philip Hammond

Heads blast £320m for free schools and grammars as ‘little short of disgraceful’

Headteachers have blasted as “little short of disgraceful” the government’s allocation of £320million for free schools and grammar schools.

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Charlotte Melhuish, ten, (right) with her mother Jayne and others crossing Salvington Road. Pictures: Derek Martin

Children ‘at risk’ crossing ‘dangerous’ road to get to school

Parents are desperate for a new lollipop person to help their children cross a ‘dangerous’ Worthing road after several near misses.

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