Call for more to take part in schools consultation

West Sussex County Council has called for more people to have their say on its draft School Effectiveness Strategy for 2018-2022.

Durrington High School's red team said the sense of achievement on completing the task was what they valued the most

Expedition training give students sense of pride

Students from Durrington High School are working on their bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

Jane Lyons, FRED co-ordinator, presents a certificate to Lee Porter and his daughter at the end of the course

Reading scheme for fathers has improved family bonds

One year on from the launch of a reading scheme for fathers, Home-Start Arun, Worthing and Adur has spoken of the difference it has made to families in the area.

Sofia Hole, Kyrah Albert and Lynnard Tracey present the cheque

Talk inspires trio to hold a concert

Three students have been praised for their passion after organising a charity concert.

More than 100 people attended the meeting in Shoreham on Thursday

New school is ‘probably needed’ to meet demand, parents in Adur say

Parents were encouraged to be ‘informed and open-minded’ and consider choosing secondary schools outside of Adur at a meeting on Thursday.

Student Matthew Tuck with Adam Vincent-Garland, senior interactive and product development executive at Aardman

Remote control toy wins praise for University of Sussex student

Student Matthew Tuck, from Worthing, received awards in a toy design pitch to an executive from Aardman studios.

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Lancing researcher awarded MBE

A Lancing based university researcher has been awarded an MBE in the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours for his services to youth work and education.

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Schools invited to take part in Albion football programme

Brighton and Hove Albion is looking for local schools to take part in a programme that uses football to inspire young people to learn, be active and develop important life skills.

Springfield Infant School, celebrating success in the key stage one football festival

Springfield wins football festival

Springfield Infant School pupils showed excellent football skills at Worthing’s key stage one football festival.

FAST met with headteachers, councillors and decision makers to discuss the issue

Future of Adur secondary school places put in the spotlight

A parent campaign group is holding a public event focused on the shortfall they predict will affect secondary school places in Adur from September next year.

Daisy Seymour Brady used the vibes and experiences she had of airports and flying in her patterns

International prize for textiles student

Degree student Daisy Seymour Brady has been shortlisted in an international design competition.

Steve Williams, front centre, four from left, has retired from Worthing College

‘Universally popular’ director retires after 21 years’ service

After 21 years of service, a college director will be ‘sorely missed’ following his retirement.

Staff from Clapham and Patching CE Primary School

Staff take action to fund training

Staff at a village school have taken funding issues into their own hands by going on a sponsored walk.

Council calls for views on draft school strategy

Council calls for views on draft school strategy

West Sussex County Council is asking people for their views on its draft School Effectiveness Strategy for 2018-2022.

The student council had a private meeting with East Worthing and Shoreham MP Tim Loughton

Students praised for involvement in current affairs

Students and staff at Bohunt School Worthing welcomed the opportunity to speak to East Worthing and Shoreham MP Tim Loughton about their plans and aspirations.


Ofsted praise for improvement at junior school

Ofsted has praised the improvements made at Thomas A Becket Junior School (TAB) after carrying out a monitoring inspection.

Harry Scott and Olivia Bell. Palatine Primary royal wedding celebration, Worthing. Pic Steve Robards SR1814779 SUS-180523-151249001

Children celebrate friendship with their own royal wedding ceremony

Pupils at Palatine Primary School, Worthing, took part in a re-enactment of the royal wedding to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day.

Whytemead Primary School

Leaders ‘disappointed’ after Ofsted inspection

‘Disappointed’ leaders have vowed to ‘work relentlessly’ following their school’s latest inspection by Ofsted.

The debating students with their English teacher Russell Shoebridge

Success for debating students

Students’ debating skills were put to the test as Durrington High School’s Excellence Academy entered a regional Up For Debate competition in London.


Schools propping up budgets using cash for disadvantaged kids

Headteachers have been propping up their budgets using money intended to help disadvantaged children, a survey has revealed.

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