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Members of the Colyton team ‘Impulse’, were Jonny Watts (manager), Harry Wright (design engineer), James Holder (manufacturing engineer).

Six students from Colyton Grammar School have won the ‘Best research and development’ prize in the ‘F1 in Schools’ national finals.

HCC students prepare to take on the Ten Tors challenge.

Three teams from Honiton Community College took part in the testing challenge.

Tallie Blanshard, 15,  receives her award  from GA treasurer Mick Dawson

A Colyton Grammar School student has been named the winner of the Geographical Association’s prestigious national competition.

Andrea Rice

Axminster Community Primary Academy is appealing for volunteers to become governors of the school.

Honiton mayor Cllr Caroline Kolek stopped by the fayre at Farway Primary School.

The event raised £344 for the school’s PTFA group.

Honiton and District Lions president Steve Guilbert presents a cheque for £1,500 with fellow Lions to Val Royle-chairman of TRIP and representatives this week. Ref mhh 16-16SH 1562. Picture: Simon Horn

The event, held at the end of February, was organised and put on at The Beehive community centre by Honiton and District Lions Club.

St John's school's new director of music Clive Salmon is pictured with year four students this week. Ref shs 15-16SH 0405. Picture: Simon Horn

A keyboardist who performed on a charity recording of a David Bowie classic has taken the top music job at St John’s School.

The number of Devon children who have been offered their first choice county primary school for this September has increased despite a rise in applications, new figures reveal.

Organisers of Colyton Grammar School’s annual garden and food festival aim to make this year’s event the best ever - as they strive to raise £100,000 for new science equipment.

The students pictures with Glenn Smith and Caroline Kolek.

The youngsters were presented with certificates by Councillor Caroline Kolek, chairman of the council.

Woman's hands typing

Farway Primary School is investigating how confidential details about its pupils were mistakenly emailed to parents.

Open afternoon for parents at Honiton Primary School. Kate and her daughter Matilda learning about the Great Plague of London. Ref mhh 12-16AW 1988. Picture: Alex Walton

The open afternoon provided the opportunity for the children to share with their family and friends their learning from the past term.

Pupils conduct egg-citing science tests

Thursday, March 31, 2016
Looking up: Pupils wait for the egg to drop.

The oldest children at Offwell Primary School rounded off their Science Week with an egg-dropping experiment.

Martin Smith Axe Valley Community College head

Twenty-five Axe Valley Community College students were due to take part in a four day cultural visit to Belgium

Finlay Barrass, Alfie Harding and Dylan Browning get ready for some egg and spoon racing at the Feniton school Moneymakers' Easter Fun Day on Sunday. Ref mhh 12-16SH 8455. Picture: Simon Horn

Roughly 200 people enjoyed an afternoon of Easter-themed fun at Feniton Primary School.

HCC students try to crack the genetic riddle.

Students from Honiton Community College (HCC) got hands-on in university laboratories as they used genetic processes commonly seen in TV crime dramas to help solve a mystery.

Penny Davis from Seaton library and Jenny Eagles of Pyramid bookshop organised a human chain of book readers. Ref mha 09-16TI 2128. Picture: Terry Ife

Parents and children formed a human chain to ‘read around the block’ when they celebrated World Book Day at Seaton, on Thursday.

World book day at Littletown primary school. mhh 09-16TI 2089. Picture: Terry Ife

School pupils at Honiton and across East Devon dressed as characters from their favourite stories to celebrate World Book Day last week.

The Money Makers after-school club at Feniton Primary School is busy again organising its next event to raise money for their school.

Students enjoy a workshop at Thelma Hulbert Gallery.

Pupils from Honiton Community College recently took part in a painting workshop at the town’s Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG).

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