A Levels: Lancing college celebrates ‘exceptional results’

Lancing College students have celebrated ‘exceptional results’ in their A Levels this year, with 75.4 per cent of all grades achieved as A* to B.

Bryony Johnson, Megan Phillips and Connie Franks with their results

A Level results: ‘Great set of results’ for Sir Robert Woodard Academy students

Students and staff at the Sir Robert Woodard Academy celebrated ‘another great set of exam results’ today.

Head of sixth form Kieran Fulton with Chantal Ewins, Shamira Begum, Emily Preece and headteacher Jim Coupe

A Level results: Shoreham Academy celebrates another year of success

Sixth form students at Shoreham Academy achieved more A and A* grades than ever before in their A Level results this year.

Steyning Grammar School secured its 'best ever' A-level results

Steyning Grammar celebrates ‘best ever’ A-level results

Steyning Grammar School is today celebrating its ‘best ever’ set of A-level results.

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Imran Nasim with his family, from left: mum Michelle, brother Adam (21), Imran (18) and dad Tariq. Picture: Liz Pearce

COUNTY NEWS: Genius! Imran, 18, bags first-class degree

At the tender age of 18, Imran Nasim from Sussex has already got a first-class degree under his belt.

Childline has seen a rise in calls from teenagers worried about exam results

Rise in number of worried teens contacting Childline about exam results

Childline has reported a sharp rise in the number of 16-18-year-olds getting in touch because they were worried about their exam results.

Tim Loughton MP (left), Jib Hagan and Alex Gillespie, head master of  Lancing College, with the signatures

President of Ghana needed to fix Sussex computers issue

A glitch in the system has led to 136 computers donated by Worthing residents being stuck at a port in Ghana.

Kate Wilson worked as a teacher before launching her new writing class. Picture: Liz Pearce

Teacher quits job to launch pioneering creative class

A writer has quit her job as a teacher to launch a pioneering new class for young people with special educational needs.

Katie Orchin, second right, serves afternoon tea at The Friday Club at The Church of the Good Shepherd

Old and young benefit from corporate links

Schools and community groups have benefited from links with staff at Shoreham Port.

New principal Vicki Illingworth outside Crawley College

COUNTY NEWS: Colleges merge to form largest college group in Sussex

Two Sussex colleges have merged to form a dynamic and ambitious new group.

Pupils celebrate the opening of the new block

PICTURES: Shoreham school ‘delighted’ with new building

A primary school in Shoreham marked the end of a five year journey of planning and building by celebrating the official opening of a new school building last Monday (July, 24).

Joe Angioni, Alicia Dutton and Abby Smith

Award for students who created First World War memorial

Students at Chatsmore High School have received an award after creating a memorial to the men who died at the Battle of Boars Head, in 1916.

The Arts Society Steyning chairman Ann Blakelock and Young Art co-ordinator Pam Childs, centre, with students. Picture: Derek Martin DM17735804a

PICTURES: Young Art workshop for Steyning students

Art students have been given the opportunity to try screen printing for the first time.

Justine Greening MP, secretary of state for education

Parents publish tongue-in-cheek school report for Justine Greening

Parents campaigning for better education funding have penned a 'school report' for Justine Greening - and told her she must try harder.

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The cast of Matilda, at Glebe Primary School

Matilda moves parents to tears and laughter

Talented youngsters put on the performance of their lives when they took to the stage for their version of Matilda.
Justine Greening

Schools to receive extra £2.6bn over next two years

The government has announced extra funding for schools of £1.3bn per year over the next two years.

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Upper Beeding Primary School prize winners, from left, Freya Owen, Harvey Hawkins and Otis Loveridge, with their eco beasts

Creative competition encourages waste prevention

Eco beasts created a stunning display as part of a West Sussex upcycling competition.


West Sussex parents join school funding Parliament protest

West Sussex parents joined hundreds of children, teachers, mums, dads and grandparents at a rally in Parliament Square to protest the state of education funding.

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