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Hundreds of children compete in legacy games

Children from 12 Worthing primary schools showed off their teamwork this week as they competed in this year’s legacy games.

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Queens Speech 'raises more questions than answers' for schools

The Queen's Speech raised "more questions than answers" about school funding, according to one headteacher.
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Headteachers call for action over school funding

The government has been called on to respond “quickly and effectively” to ongoing concerns about school funding.

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Sue Dare and Neil Hulme made this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list

Queen’s honours for Northbrook principal and butterfly saviour

The Worthing community is celebrating after making it into the Queen’s Birthday Honours List, not once but twice this year.

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Steyning Grammar student Sam Finch displays his work. Picture: Luke Talbot

PICTURES: Students showcase their artistic creativity

Steyning Grammar School hosted its annual art, photography, technology and media exhibition to celebrate its creativity last week.

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PICTURES: Northbrook MET student showcase

Art, design and media students at Northbrook MET showcased their end-of-year work in an exciting exhibition at the college’s West Durrington campus.

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St Peters School held a fundraising own clothes day

Funding fears drive Shoreham school to get creative

A school facing the fear of funding cuts has come up with a creative way to provide pupils with essential school items.

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Storytime as pupils act out Julia's stsory What the Jackdaw Saw

Gruffalo author visits Littlehampton school

Children and staff from River Beach Primary School were in for a treat when bestselling author Julia Donaldson visited.

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Playgroup issues complaint about Ofsted report

Playgroup managers have made an official complaint to Ofsted about their latest report.

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Sixth-formers to question parliamentary candidates

Sixth-form students at Shoreham Academy have been preparing questions to put to the area's parliamentary candidates.

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VIDEO: Southwick station artwork unveiled

Stunning new artwork created for Southwick railway station has been officially unveiled.

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Downland Community School in Hassocks. Picture: Liz Pearce

GCSEs still on as schools forced to close

Schools have been closed due to a burst water main – but GCSE students are still expected to attend their exams.

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Youngsters spell out what schools need as governors plan walk-out

Children from Upper Beeding Primary sent a clear message to the powers that be in the fight for fairer school funding.
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VIDEO: Company donates £2,500 3D printer to inspire school’s students

An engineer whose company donated a 3D printer to a school hopes it will inspire the next generation of creative thinkers.

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Save Our Schools West Sussex campaigners met with councillors at County Hall

School funding campaigners head for County Hall

Schools campaigners and politicians were of one mind when they met at County Hall to share the message ‘save our schools’.

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Exams can mean stress for many students

Top tips for West Sussex students facing exam stress

Help is on hand for young people in West Sussex facing exam stress.

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British writer and former Children's Laureate Malorie Blackman with students. Picture: Steve Robards SR1709853

Students learn top author’s secrets

Worthing High School was thrilled to welcome former Children’s Laureate Malorie Blackman yesterday.

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Headteachers from 14 counties issue education warning

Thousands of jobs are being cut and poor funding has left schools at crisis point.

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Save our schools! Parents to march in protest at funding crisis

Parents have sounded a rallying battle cry and joined the fight for fairer funding for the county’s schools.
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A moving moment in Arabian Nights at Shoreham College

Magic of medieval Arabia brought to the stage

Students at Shoreham College transported their audience away from a cold English hall to the heat and spice of medieval Arabia.

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