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  • Cheap Kitchen Units Sale in Gloucester

    By wanabi at 17:06 on 17/10/14
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    Cheap Kitchen Units Sale in Gloucester . Thirty Ex Display Kitchens To Clear. w'w'w'.'e'x'd'i's''p'l'a'y'kitchens1.co.uk £ 595 Each with appliances.Tel 016 16-694 785 Cheap Kitchen Units Sale in Gloucester
  • SENSATIONAL GCSE RESULTS FOR 2013

    By Schoolnews at 15:35 on 03/09/13
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    The Henry Cort Community College is celebrating today after achieving a sensational set of GCSE results.  A stunning 82 per cent of students earned five or more A*- C grades, with   63 per cent of students gaining a C grade or higher in English and Maths. These sensational results are 4 per cent better than the college has ever achieved.   This year saw significant improvement across subject areas.  Art and...
  • Have you ever thought of becoming a school governor?

    By AmyLocksHeath at 09:05 on 19/04/13
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    Do Something New - Now. Have you ever thought of becoming a school governor? There are thousands of school governors across the UK, supporting their local schools and colleges, and making a real difference to children and their education. As you might expect, there are regular vacancies for 'community governors', and Sarisbury Infant School is looking for one right now. Sarisbury Infant School in Barnes Lane has a great reputation....
  • Stubbington mums' Warsash shoe shop is honoured

    By AmyLocksHeath at 13:47 on 15/03/13
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    Fed up with the service they were receiving from high street shoe shops, two busy mums decided to club together and open their own business focusing on children's footwear. Andrea Marshall and Emma Rowsell opened Little Soles in Warsash and have just been crowned New Independent Retailer of the Year at The Footwear Industry Awards. The pair, both from Stubbington, met five years ago when their eldest daughters went to school...
  • Young Mathematicians from The Henry Cort Community College figure out how to use Maths at Work

    By Schoolnews at 20:08 on 22/05/12
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    On 2nd May, seven Year 10 students from The Henry Cort Community College visited The University of Southampton to attend a "Maths at Work" event with teacher Mr Iwara.     This free event was designed to show students how Maths is used beyond education. It consisted of three talks and activities from Southampton Maths Graduates now working in industry including British Airways, Eaton Aerospace and the AA....

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