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School has got plenty of pedal power

The new bike club at Eastlea Primary School in Cramlington has been a huge success.

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Outdoor art to celebrate individuality

To mark the national Anti-Bullying Week, pupils at Stead Lane Primary School in Bedlington painted a rock inspired by the book Only One You by Linda Kranz.

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Co-ordinators, teachers, college students and university PhD science students are pictured at the FutureMe event held by Northumberland College. Picture by Trevor Walker (The Image Farm).

Activities about Antarctica

Northumberland College has launched a series of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) events to encourage young people in the county to progress to higher education as part of the North East Collaborative Outreach Programme (NECOP).

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Representatives of the organisations present at the event and students with Stephen Miller, fourth from right, and Coun Wayne Daley, third from right. Picture by Paul Stephenson.

Future plans event for SEN students

The Northumberland County Council Careers Guidance Team arranged a dedicated event for young people with special educational needs (SEN) to enable them to begin planning their future pathways.

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Stakeford Primary School's Premier League Primary Stars kit.

Premier League kit and pack for pupils

There have been smiles all round at Stakeford Primary School after it was awarded a Premier League Primary Stars kit and equipment pack.

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New location to park near school

A recently completed project is set to improve parking issues and alleviate traffic congestion at peak times near Shanklea Primary School.

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Children and Families Minister Robert Goodwill with a group of pupils at Bedlington West End First School during his visit.

Minister praises partnership’s work during visit to Bedlington

Children’s Minister Robert Goodwill has met members of the West Bedlington Early Years Partnership to hear about their experiences of delivering 30 hours of free childcare.

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Town event for SEND consultation

Drop-in events are taking place as part of a Northumberland County Council consultation about the 2017-2020 SEND (Special Educational Needs and/or Disability) Strategy.

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Pupils from Swarland Primary School, Horton Grange Primary School, Hipsburn Primary School, Bothal Primary School, Central Primary School and Newminster Middle School receive certificates from councillors.

Developing young citizens in county

School pupils from across Northumberland were invited into County Hall for Local Democracy Week.

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The toolkit is a valuable resource for schools and those working with young people to help support those who identify as gender-diverse.

Working with schools to support trans and non-binary pupils

Northumberland is one of the first counties in the UK to develop a toolkit for schools to provide guidance when supporting gender-diverse children and young people.

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The new starters among the staff at Bede Academy, Blyth.

Staff join the new starters at school

New term, new faces, but it’s not just the students who are settling in at a Blyth academy.

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Coun Wayne Daley celebrated the council securing additional funding with headteacher Jane Bushell and students at Bedlington West End First School. Picture by Simon Williams.

Council gets extra childcare funding

The overall number of places available in Northumberland for 30 hours of free childcare per week has now increased.

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Jack Beall, Eve Morrison, Jack Williamson, Georgina Woods, Jacob Glendinning and Rose Hutton, from Bede Academy, Blyth.

GCSE RESULTS: Bede Academy, Blyth

The numbers added up for Rose Hutton and Eve Morrison, who achieved a clean sweep of top grade nines in vital subjects in today’s GCSEs.

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High-achievers Oliver Davenport, Devon Bryce, Dan Rahman and Katie Milligan at Cramlington Learning Village. Picture by Steve Brock

GCSE RESULTS: Cramlington Learning Village

Students at Cramlington Learning Village are today celebrating some impressive GCSE results, despite the controversial shake-up of the exam system.

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A LEVELS: The Blyth Academy

A LEVELS: The Blyth Academy

Sixth Form students at The Blyth Academy are celebrating their A-Level results today.

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A-LEVELS: The Northumberland Church of England Academy, Ashington

Students at The Northumberland Church of England Academy in Ashington are celebrating today after achieving more top grades than ever before.

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Astley Community High School students Jack Orton, Stephanie Campbell, Katia Tartaglia and Jon Davison with Adam Ironside, assistant headteacher and head of sixth form, and Graham Scott, head of school.

A-LEVELS: Astley Community High School, Seaton Delaval

It was another great year of A-Level and Btec results for students at Astley Community High School, Seaton Delaval.

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A LEVELS: Bede Academy, Blyth

A LEVELS: Bede Academy, Blyth

Bede Academy is celebrating the success of its first female student achieving a place at Oxford University.

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Louise Rahman congratulates her daughter Josephine, a pupil at Cramlington Learning Village, on her three A* grades.

A-LEVELS: Cramlington Learning Village

Students are celebrating A-Level success at Cramlington Learning Village, despite changes which have tested both them and the teaching staff.

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From left, The Blyth Academy principal Sarah Ramsden, students Natalie Roper and Katy Wilson and science faculty lead Wendy Cooper.

Awards for exceptional physics pupils

Two students from The Blyth Academy were recently presented with Schools Physicist of the Year 2017 awards at Northumbria University.

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