Three teams reach the finals of the Wiltshire and Dorset Code Challenge
Pupils marked the end of year 11 at Axe Valley Community College with a stylish party at the Deer Park Hotel.
Sarah Bilson, pre-school manager, said the school has been ‘working tirelessly’ since the last Ofsted inspection to improve on its ‘Good’ rating.
Students dressed to impress for their prom, arriving in an entourage of different vehicles. One girl even turned up to her special day on horseback. The students then enjoyed their special evening at Exeter Castle.
Families are being invited to view new early learning facilities ahead of the centre’s launch in September.
Willow Class at Offwell Primary School recently enjoyed a visit from policeman PC Phil Hodder.
Anna Hearnden, Robert Mansfield and Jack Merrett travelled to the PolyU Innovation and Entrepreneurship Global Student Challenge in Hong Kong.
The college, which has been awarded £2million to develop the centre, is aiming to start construction in spring 2016.
There was a sense of sunshine and summer days on at The Axe Valley Community College as the music department put on their Summer Spectacular Concert to a packed audience.
Georgia Stidwell, 16, from Colyton, has won second prize in the University of Birmingham’s Young Geographer Photography Competition.
It was smiles all round at The Axe Valley Community College textile department as pupils and staff have been going back in time.
A lashing of wet weather failed to dampen spirits at Littletown Primary Academy in Honiton, which held its summer fete last week. Instead, organisers simply held the fun indoors.
Year 12 students Cerys Little, Lauren Hunt, Ameerah Askew, Dan Hole, Ben Willis and Jack Lane will soon complete a four-day expedition as well as a week-long residential.
Head chef presents Axminster students with an ice-cream making machine
St Mary’s RC youngsters open a new chapter in the Accelerated Reader Programm
Children from Littletown Primary Academy in Honiton experienced the sights, sounds and smells of waste earlier this month.
Children at Stockland and Yarcombe Pre-school made the most of the spring sunshine in their new garden after spending a fun-filled day at Stockland Fair.
Farmers’ cheque completes primary school’s latest fundraising initiative
Axminster police officers show tots around their patrol vehicle
Lyme Regis Rotary Club gives Marshwood School a helping hand with the weeding
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