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Pupil are jumping for joy after ‘good’ Ofsted report

The Cavendish School is celebrating its rating of ‘Good’ in its primary and secondary phases and ‘Outstanding’ for its Early Years provision after its recent Ofsted inspection.

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New management team appointed after college merger

The East Sussex College Group, the new group formed by the merger between Sussex Downs College and Sussex Coast College Hastings, has appointed a new management team.

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Nathan (left) and Brendan Harris have both benefited from the service

Outcry over proposals to cut East Sussex music service

‘Think again Bob.’

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Headmaster Gareth Jones has taken on the challenge for his school

VIDEO: Eastbourne Headmaster takes to the chilly sea for school

An Eastbourne Headmaster has pledged to brave cold waves each day to raise money for his school.

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East Sussex teachers set to strike over pay

East Sussex teachers set to strike over pay

East Sussex teachers are set to strike next week.

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Plans for Willingdon Community School

New facilities for Willingdon Community School approved

Plans for ‘fantastic’ new facilities for Willingdon Community School have been approved unanimously.

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College merger creates new ‘group’ with more than 18,000 students

Sussex Downs College has now officially merged with Sussex Coast College Hastings to form a new ‘college group’ with more than 18,000 students and an annual turnover of £52 million.

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Dealing with exam stress

How to do deal with exam stress

Thousands of young people across Sussex are no doubt frantically revising ahead of sitting their GCSE or A-Level exams this summer.

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When do parents in East Sussex find out about primary school places and can I appeal?

Parents in East Sussex will soon be finding out whether their child has been given a place at one of their preferred choices of primary school.

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Hove Park School former student Kelly Romero (fourth from left) with sixth formers.

Ex-students called on to inspire next generation

Fourteen Sussex secondary schools are calling on former students to help inspire the current intake to go on to higher education.
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Get a Grip school attendance campaign leads to ‘signs of improvement’

A controversial campaign to tackle poor school attendance in East Sussex has led to ‘early signs of improvement’, according to the county council.

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University of Sussex. Photo: Google Street Maps

Multi-million pound economic contribution from University of Sussex

The University of Sussex adds £343 million a year to the economies of Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex, says a new independent report.

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Council eyes land for new special school in Hailsham

Council eyes land for new special school in Hailsham

The council is considering land for the location of a new special school in Hailsham.

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East Sussex teachers hold strike ballot

Teachers in East Sussex are being balloted on plans to take strike action next month.
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Eastbourne school headteacher to step down

The headteacher at an Eastbourne secondary school will step down later this year.

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Thasnima Haque (centre right) with teacher Tracey Davanna and her friends Robia and Fowzia Begun

Eastbourne student’s campaign for more inclusive university loans

A young student from Eastbourne is campaigning for university loans which are accessible for Muslims.

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Eastbourne school closed due to gas issue

An Eastbourne school has been forced to close due to issues with the gas supply.

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Students join forces to fight beach pollution

Students from Ratton School joined forces with a number of other Eastbourne schools to take part in a Beach Clean along Eastbourne seafront last Friday.

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National Apprenticeship Week: 'It’s really exciting working individually or as part of a team to create stories'

To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week we asked our apprentices to talk about their experiences.

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National Apprenticeship Week: Creating unique opportunities for on-the-job training

This newspaper’s publisher Johnston Press is among the thousands of companies working with colleges and training providers to offer apprenticeships in a huge range of industries.

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