Education

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

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.

These Axe Valley Community College students, all 16 and from Axminster, each achieved eight GCSE passes. They are (l to r) Ellia Price, Emma Sharp and Heidi Miller. Photo by Chris Carson

It’s a big day for youngsters across the Axe Valley and in West Dorset

Honiton Community College students jump for joy on A Level results day.

It has been another record breaking year for Honiton Community College with students obtaining the ‘best ever’ A level results in its history for a second year in a row.

Students’ A level joy

Thursday, August 14, 2014
Seaton twins Fiona and Adele Gage, 18,  achieved identical results - AACs - and will both go to study geography at Exeter University.  Pictured centre is Lydia Burrough, 18, of Seaton, who gained AAB and a distinction star and will return to the college next year. Photo by Chris Carson

Axe Valley and West Dorset schools announce some outstanding exam results

Millwater staff and children put some of the treasures into their time capsule. Photo by Terry Ife. Ref mhh 3417--30-14TI To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Pupils and staff at Mill Water School in Honiton have been busy collecting treasured memories to put in a time capsule.

Offwell Primary School have been busy making welly planters to brighten up the place. Charlie and Nicole pose with their plants. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 8135-28-14AW. To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on Photo Orders

Green-fingered pupils at Offwell C of E Primary School have been brightening up the village with their beautiful wellington boot planters.

Aidan Wills aged four with his tiger that he won at Littletown primary schools fete. Photo by Terry Ife. Ref mhh 3141-30-14TI To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Littletown Primary Academy’s summer fete proved to be a great success - raising £2,500.

Colyton Grammar School students on the trip to Peco

Colyton Grammar School design and technology students take a tour at Pecorama

Upottery head teacher Jillian Nickels leaving on a tractor. Photo by Terry Ife. Ref mhh 3404-30-14TI To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

A Long-serving headteacher at Upottery Primary School was treated to a special farewell tractor ride, which was her very first.

Year 10 Axe Valley College students at their workshop with the Stories and More Theatre Company

Axe Valley Community College students enjoy a theatre workshop as their prize in WW2 contest

Woodroffe School students on their trip to Paris

Woodroffe School trip to the French Capital is hailed a ‘tres bon’ experience

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