Education

Woodroffe School celebrates national science week with experiments and demonstrations

Offwell School’s 2016 key stage assessments in reading have received ministerial recognition.

High fliers present their ideas for a water-powered craft at UK STEM finals

Woodroffe School invites five top professionals to talk about their lives and work for National Careers Week

Seaton and District Lions mark the global event by launching a reading challenge

School is given a special plaque to mark its outstanding work for the National Citizens Service scheme

Youngsters across East Devon and South Somerset dress as their favourite storybook characters

Management team members are urgently needed to ensure the operation can continue

Axe Valley Community College and Holyrood School at Chard are to become a Multi Academy Trust (MAT).

Feniton and Tipton St John Church of England primary schools, both of the Otter Valley Federation have been leading community projects to install life-saving defibrillators in their respective villages.

A team of 17 gymnasts from Littletown Primary Academy took part in the Devon Schools gymnastics competition, earlier this month.

Axe Valley pupils enjoy dance festival

Sunday, February 12, 2017

A dance festival at The Axe Valley Community College attracted some 160 children from seven local primary schools.

Axminster Art Society’s next demonstration will be take place on Wednesday, February 15, at 2.30pm, in The United Reformed Church Hall, on Chard Street, Axminster.

Cuddly toy sent in to space from Seaton

Friday, February 10, 2017

Pupils at Seaton Primary School sent a cuddly toy bear into space last week.

Honiton Primary School parent and former governor Phillipa Clifford-Davis went motor racing – and raised money for the pupils.

Sum achievement at Woodroffe

Sunday, January 22, 2017

A family maths evening added up to a fun night out for pupils and parents at Woodroffe School recently.

Cash-strapped Honiton Community College stands to lose a further £146,000 – the equivalent of four teachers – under the Government’s ‘fairer funding’ shake-up.

Musbury Primary School’s PTFA raised more than £500 from its Christmas Luxury Raffle, with all the prizes donated by local businesses.

Pupils were on hand to make a ceremonial start to a new sports complex at Honiton Community College.

A new ‘construction company’ has set up in Uplyme – building Anglo-Saxon longhouses and roundhouses.

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