Friday, March 20, 2015

All Saints playgroup takes a trip to Axminster

Hawkchurch Primary School pupils dressed as some of their favourite story book characters for World Book Day

Primary school pupils dress as their favourite storybook characters

Dragonflies are on a high

Monday, March 9, 2015
Dragonflies Preschool celebrate their Outstanding Ofsted report. Photo CHRIS CARSON

Axminster pre-school is rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted inspectors

The front cover of The Daily Wag

The council’s environmental health team has put together a new publication covering many aspects of dog ownership.

The seven class winners of the World Book Day costume  contest at Axminster Primary School. Photo CHRIS CARSON

Axminster Primary School pupils attend class in a variety of colourful outfits

Children’s author Barbara Spencer and some young fans who came to Seaton Library

Famous writer visits Seaton Library

Year 4 youngsters perform ‘Friends Forever’

Year 4 youngsters lead the singing and signing for Friends Forever

Colyton Caterpillars are celebrating their outstanding Ofsted result. Ref mha 7400-07-15SH. Photo Simon Horn

Ofsted has described staff at Colyton Caterpillars Childcare as ‘role models’ as part of their outstanding report.

Boy writes

Colyton Grammar School has again been ranked one of the country’s top schools in the latest performance figures.

Sebastian Gray (front) with fellow pupils at Folly Mill Nursery

A three-year-old’s creativity and an artistic eye have helped The Folly Nursery at Dalwood win first place in a nationwide art competition

Teenager puts Seaton on the map

Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Victoria (left) pictured outside the Royal Albert Hall with the other entrants in her age category, alongside writer, broadcaster and geographer Nicholas Crane, who presented the awards.

Victoria Synek-Herd is named the country’s young geographer of the year

Christne Hollidge

Employment tribunal rules in favour of Christine Hollidge who lost her job at All Saints School, near Axminster

Sports star inspires Honiton students

Thursday, October 23, 2014
GB Bobsleder, Serita Shone, was invited to give a talk to students at Honiton Community College. Sixth form sports academy students were given a special one-to-one taining. Ref mhh 7083-42-14AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Bobsledder Serita Shone meets students at Honiton Community College.

1st Honiton Brownies visit the Tesco store in the town.

Members of 1st Honiton Brownies were given plenty of food for thought when they visited supermarket chain Tesco.

Princess and her new litter of piglets at Honiton Community College.

Meet the new litter of piglets at Honiton Community College.

Seaton Primary School Year 6 pupils wearing  their new hoodies

PTA donates new tops to mark the youngsters’ final year at primary school

Axminster Mayor Jeremy Walden cuts the ribbon at the  The Axe Valley Community College's new learning resource centre watched by Headteacher Martin Smith

Axminster Mayor urges students to develop a life-long passion for reading

Teachers Amanda Parsons, Ruth Clarke and Ruth Ingrouille.

Teachers from Feniton have been exchanging their classroom knowledge with schools in the Solomon Islands.

Taking a byte out of computers

Friday, September 19, 2014
Honiton Community College students lend a helping hand to Age UK by giving IT sessions. Ref mhh 4130-39-14AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Age UK Devon has teamed up with students at Honiton Community College to deliver computer sessions for older people.

Children at Honiton Library pictured with their certificates for completing the Mythical Maze reading challenge over the summer holidays.

Children who took part in Honiton Library’s summer reading challenge were recognised for their efforts.

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