Nottingham Girls’ High School recreates Taskmaster for Charity

Girls from Nottingham Girls’ High School have raised money for Nottingham University Hospitals and the Anaphylaxis Campaign charity by recreating popular TV show ‘Taskmaster’...
Alice Carlisle (NES), Matt Irons (NES), Ahmed Peerbhai, Alisha Hanif, Bilal Hussain, Shannon Jackson, Owen Jones and Lee Scordis.

The Nottingham Emmanuel School holds #noplaceforhate debate

Students at The Nottingham Emmanuel School welcomed a number of visitors in to school for a debate called #noplaceforhate which explored the impact of...

Dame Rosemary Squire re-visits Nottingham Girls’ High School

Nottingham Girls’ High School was delighted to welcome back Dame Rosemary Squire OBE, to represent the world of theatre with a keynote talk at...
Basketball winners at Nottingham Emmanuel School

The Nottingham Emmanuel School’s Year 9 Basketball Team are County Champions!

Nottingham Emmanuel School is celebrating its Year 9 Basketball team, after they brought home the County Basketball Championship title. Team coach, Mr. Greg Jackson (Senior...
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Find out how your Nottingham area school ranked in GCSE 2017 results here

The West Bridgford School achieved a 60.2 Attainment 8 score and Rushcliffe School a 57.6 score - both 'well above average' in the Government's...

£960,000 revamp for Haddon Primary School

Children at Haddon Primary School, in Carlton have started their 2018 school year in sparkling new classrooms! The school in Carlton is undergoing a £960,000...

480 extra school places for Nottingham city

Three Nottingham City schools will expand by the end of 2019, creating 480 school places and 26 nursery places. The three schools are: Westbury Special...
Heymann Primary and Nursery School West Bridgford

County Council Chairman to visit a West Bridgford primary school

Nottinghamshire County Council Chairman Councillor John Handley will be visiting Heymann Primary and Nursery School this week. He is visiting the school in Waddington...

Council says education in Nottingham is steadily improving

Education standards are improving across Nottingham thanks to the dedicated work of teachers and schools, and with the support of the city’s Education Improvement...
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The Nottingham Emmanuel School students achieve a string sporting accolades

Nottingham Emmanuel School achieved a string of outstanding achievements in sports last year as students are excelling at a variety of disciplines at county...
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Shorter summer holidays for Nottinghamshire pupils

Pupils across Nottinghamshire will be enjoying shorter summer holidays and a two week October half-term break from the 2019/20 academic year. The move follows a...
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Nottingham Girls’ High School win ‘Day of Dance’ event at Pineapple Dance Studios

A team of seven Year 10 girls led Nottingham Girls’ High School to victory at this year’s GDST (Girls’ Day School Trust) ‘Day of...

Standards maintained by Notts 11-year-olds in reading, writing and maths

Results for reading and Maths for Nottinghamshire pupils at the end of primary school show an improvement from 2016 according to final government figures...
The pigs at Edwalton Primary School farm

New pig pen for Edwalton Primary School farm

Children at a school farm in Edwalton have welcomed new pigs to sty-lish surroundings thanks to Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Community Support Scheme and Arch...

Ofsted inspections sees more than 90% of Notts schools ranked as good or outstanding

More than 90% of Nottinghamshire schools are ranked as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted as a result of the inspections which took place at...
Kohl Kreatives’ Trish Daswaney answers questions after the talk at The Nottingham Emmanuel School.

Entrepreneur inspires students at The Nottingham Emmanuel School

Students at the Nottingham Emmanuel School have been attending inspirational talks aimed at boosting their skills and enthusiasm in the quest for their future...

Pupils in England climb global rankings in reading and literacy

PIRLS ranks England joint eighth out of 50 countries, and among the highest-performing in Europe. Pupils in England are outperforming peers across the world in reading...
Debating live on BBC Parliament Television on behalf of the Youth Parliament

Nottingham Emmanuel School student speaks in House of Commons as elected Member of Youth...

A Nottingham Emmanuel School student has spoken at the House of Commons as an elected Member of the UK Youth Parliament. Representing the views of...

West Bridgford Junior School gets optical lesson from Specsavers

Pupils at a West Bridgford school benefited from a talk by a local opticians about the importance of good eye health and regular sight...
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Baroness visits The Nottingham Emmanuel School

Baroness Byford has paid a visit to The Nottingham Emmanuel School and has shared some insights into life at Parliament with students there.   Assistant...

Abbey Road School Eco-club on their green travels

On Monday 20th November, the Abbey Road School in West Bridgford sent their Eco-Club on a fact finding expedition to see how green Nottingham’s...
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Nottingham Emmanuel School’s Sports Awards highlights outstanding talent

The Nottingham Emmanuel School has hosted its annual Sports Awards evening and has highlighted a wealth of sporting talent and success at the West...
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Rushcliffe pupils stage pop-up jazz show from top of half-built arts centre

Students at Rushcliffe School in West Bridgford got an unexpected surprise as they left school this afternoon. They poured out of their classrooms to...

Nottingham Girls’ High School takes part in Digital Day 2017

Pupils from Year 10 and above at Nottingham Girls’ High School have taken part in the BIMA Digital Day 2017 run by Nottingham digital...

National conference in Nottingham to discuss solutions to teacher workload concerns

A national conference in Nottingham will see educational leaders from across the country come together to discuss ways to improve teacher recruitment and retention....

Rushcliffe School among those in Notts paid tribute to as ‘Outstanding’

Head teachers and chairs of governors from some of Nottinghamshire’s outstanding schools, including Pinewood Infant School in Arnold and West Bridgford's Rushcliffe School, gathered...

West Bridgford Schools join in Higher Education launch event

On November 6th, Year 12 students from around the city and county gathered at the City Hall on Old Market Square for a Higher...

Nottingham Rugby set for Bedford challenge

After their first weekend off this season, Nottingham Rugby return to Greene King IPA Championship action on Friday night, as they travel to Goldington...

Nottingham Girls’ High School Pizza Oven – topping off outdoor learning

Nottingham Girls’ High School’s impressive outdoor learning area received a boost on Tuesday with the official presentation of a pizza oven donated by parents...
The Nottingham Emmanuel School’s proud winners are left Adam Innis (Lead Science Technician) and right, Harriet Scott (Science Technician)

The Nottingham Emmanuel School’s laboratory team win Salter’s Institute National Award for Science Technicians

The Nottingham Emmanuel School is celebrating the achievements of its science technicians as they have been announced as the winners of the prestigious Salter’s...

Builder helps East Leake schoolchildren in Walk to School Month

Pupils from Lantern Lane Primary School in East Leake are joining with thousands of children across the UK to take part in International Walk...

Pupils from Haddon Primary School sing for Uganda school children

Pupils from Haddon Primary School have performed in a concert for their families to continue their fundraising efforts for fellow pupils in Uganda.  Intrepid Head...

800 Nottingham parents have until Tuesday to apply for secondary school places

Around 800 sets of parents have yet to submit a secondary school application for their child ahead of Tuesday’s midnight deadline. Parents and carers have...

Beeston Fields Primary & Nursery School donate their Harvest Festival collection to charity

Children and families of Beeston Fields Primary & Nursery School have pulled out all the stops in collecting food for their Harvest Festival, all...

Not long left to get applications in for secondary school places

Parents of pupils who are due to start secondary school in Nottinghamshire in September 2018 still have more than a week left to apply...

Land deal brings new £5m school for Nottinghamshire closer

Councillor Philip Owen, Chairman of the Children & Young People’s Committee at Nottinghamshire County Council, welcomes progress on providing a new £5m primary and...

The West Bridgford School the best performing in the East Midlands

The West Bridgford School is the best performing non-selective, non-funded The 2017 provisional school performance tables have now been published and once again the West...

The West Bridgford School: Principal, Rob McDonough reacts to excellent performance table results

Rob McDonough, Principal at The West Bridgford School, talks about the recently published interim school performance tables.    Rob told us: “The interim school performance tables were published...

Council: Improvements needed on A level results across Notts – but The West Bridgford...

Nottinghamshire schools need to improve GCSE A Level results, says the County Council, after results published today show a drop in most areas on...

Powerful lessons for Nottingham Emmanuel pupils with E.ON’s wind turbine challenge

Secondary school pupils in Nottingham have taken part in a new renewable energy workshop which challenges them to design and build a fully functioning...

Connecticut trainee teachers make History at Nottingham Girls’ High School

The University of Nottingham has been running a Trainee Teacher Exchange Programme with the University of Connecticut in the USA for the past few...

Council seeks your views on school admissions policy

Nottinghamshire County Council is seeking views about the proposed admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools in Nottinghamshire for which it has responsibility. The...
Prince Edward unveils a plaque to commemorate Trent College’s 150th anniversary

Prince Edward inspires pupils at Trent College

His Royal Highness, The Earl of Wessex, unveiled a plaque to commemorate the start of Trent College’s 150th anniversary celebrations as he visited the...

Work begins on £3.9m Rushcliffe School extension

Work has started on a brand new £3.9m Performing Arts and Languages Building at Rushcliffe School. Nottinghamshire construction company, Robert Woodhead Ltd, has been taken...
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Parents and teachers respond to Notts school holiday changes consultation

Over the last few weeks hundreds of parents, schools, teachers, governors and other interested parties have given their views on proposed school term and...

Nottinghamshire schools can now decide on their own school meal menus

It's food, glorious food for Nottinghamshire schools who have been able to shape their own school menus for the first time this year. For example,...

Hollygirt pupil wins third place in national Meat Free Monday competition

Pupils from Years One to Six at Hollygirt School entered Paul McCartney’s Meat Free Monday competition to create a poster which will be used...

The world comes to Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is celebrating a week of global partnerships honouring high profile guests from around the world.   An unprecedented number of international delegations...
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Nottingham High School Open Morning

Following on from record GCSE and A Level results this summer, Nottingham High School has cemented its position as the 35th Independent School nationally....
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Don’t miss out on your child’s secondary school place

Parents of pupils who are due to start secondary school in Nottinghamshire in September 2018 are reminded that now is the time to start...
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