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Ofsted reveals improvements at Doncaster academy

Inspectors have rated one of Doncaster's biggest schools as 'good' after its latest inspection revealed improvements.

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College given lottery funding to help get students active

North Lindsey College has been given £78,200 funding from Sport England to reduce the number of their students who are completing less than thirty minutes of activity each week.

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A must buy for students

Five must buys for students this September

Are you a busy parent who is about to send their child off to university for the first time and a bit worried about what to send with them?
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VIDEO: Take our exclusive virtual tour of the new £25 million College for High Speed Rail at Doncaster

Next week will see the first students start at the new £25m National College for High Speed Rail.

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'Outstanding' rating for Doncaster's first 'Free School'

Doncaster's first Free School has been labelled as outstanding after its first Ofsted inspection.

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Independent inspectors say children’s services are ‘outstanding’

Independent inspectors Ofsted have awarded North Lincolnshire Council the highest accolade of ‘outstanding’ for services for children in need of help and protection and looked after children – judging it as overall outstanding our excellent services and enables us to go from strength to strength. This is a fantastic outcome, but we mustn’t be complacent and will continue to be the best.”

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Sheffield charity opens innovative new play area

Sheffield charity opens innovative new play area

Paces, the Sheffield charity and school which supports children, adults and families with motor disorders, has launched their new inclusive play area at a grand opening event.

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Open days pave the way to careers in engineering

Young people seeking a career in engineering will get their chance to sign up with a leading training provider when applications open next month for programmes beginning in September 2018.

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For a whole term, students at Firth Park Academy on Fircroft Avenue Sheffield were under the watchful eyes of 36 tv cameras around the school grounds for the third series of the CBBC documentary 'Our School'.

Students at Sheffield secondary school star in CBBC documentary

After being filmed for an entire term, students at a Sheffield school have appeared in a CBBC documentary series which first aired this week.
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Mum Kerry Arliss (second from right) says her son Harry, 7, was not able to take up a place at the Robert Ogden school because the council said they could not fund his education there

Hundreds march to protest Sheffield Council's 'failings' towards children with special needs

Hundreds of parents, children and charity workers gathered in Sheffield today to protest against the council’s Special Education Needs department - which campaigners say is failing vulnerable kids.
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Parents and charity workers are set to hold a march in Sheffield today over claims the council is failing children with special needs.

Parents and charity workers to march over 'failures' made by Sheffield Council towards children with special needs

Parents and charity workers are set to hold a march in Sheffield today over claims the council is failing children with special needs.

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Axholme Academy makes the grade with a good rating from Ofsted

Proving it is top of the class and can make the grade, Axholme Academy has received a good rating following a recent Ofsted inspection.

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The six-week summer holidays are coming to an end.

A gentle start to the school year is vital to prevent stress and tension

The uniforms have been bought, the traffic in the morning has increased, the pencil cases have been topped up and homework diaries are already filling. Sheffield schools are back in business!

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Group launched to teach fishing in South Yorkshire schools

Group launched to teach fishing in South Yorkshire schools

A new group is being set up to teach angling in schools across South Yorkshire.
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Juliana Kalniana, A*, Yusuf Khan, 9A*, Hansa Khan, 8A*, Iqra Hussain, 9A*, Arman Khan, 9A* and Alex Funk 9A* looking at their results at Dixons Trinity Academy, Bradford. Picture Bruce Rollinson

GCSEs 2017: The results are in, so what should you do now? The advice you need to know...

Whether the results were good or bad, the question of what to do next is one on the lips of thousands of pupils this morning as they look to life after GCSEs.
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Pupils have today received their GCSE results.

GCSEs 2017: Your guide to Yorkshire's results

Thousands of students from across Yorkshire will today find out their GCSE results and start the process of looking for a job or further education.
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Pupils across the county will today receive their GCSE exam results.

GCSEs 2017: Wait is finally over as thousands of Yorkshire pupils get exam results

Thousands of pupils in Yorkshire will get their GCSE results this morning as new grades are awarded for the first time, with just a small proportion of entries expected to score the highest result.
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A-level results were announced today.

A-levels 2017: Your results guide for East Yorkshire

Here are the results from the schools and colleges across East Yorkshire.

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A-level results were announced today.

Read more at: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/education/a-levels-2017-your-results-guide-for-north-yorkshire-1-8707961

A-levels 2017: Your results guide for South Yorkshire

Here are the results from the schools and colleges across South Yorkshire.

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A-level results were announced today.

A-levels 2017: Your results guide for North Yorkshire

Here are the results from the schools and colleges across North Yorkshire.

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