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SCHOOL pupils have collected more than 600 signatures in a petition for changes to their cycle route into lessons.
THE new sixth form at Carterton Community College could double the number of courses it offers next year in a bid to attract more students.
PUPILS at Kingham Hill School marked Remembrance Sunday by creating a living memorial to past pupils who died serving the country during the First World War.
THESE Year 5 primary school pupils gave a trumpet fanfare after their school was given national accreditation for its teaching of the arts.
YOUNG musicians will tonight commemorate the centenary of the First World War – with a piece written by a schoolboy.
THE APPRENTICE star Nick Hewer was on hand to give Headington Girls School advice on how to make it in the business world.
STUDENTS from Headington School will be displaying their musical talents at a concert on Saturday.
A NEW £6.5m science centre at the School of St Helen and St Katharine in Abingdon was officially opened by a world-renowned geneticist.
ARMISTICE Day 100 years after the outbreak of the First World War was marked by both young and old yesterday.
A NORTH Oxford sixth-form college is to hold a second public exhibition to show residents changed designs for a new Banbury Road building.
CHILDREN at a Witney school have been left without vital sports equipment after vandals left a trail of destruction that will cost £1,000 to replace.
TEACHERS and pupils at a Wantage special school are celebrating after it was rated “outstanding” in every way.
A SMALL ocean of ceramic poppies inspired by the display at the Tower of London has been unveiled at The Dragon School in Oxford.
YOUNG people have been busy creating a memorial garden for their secondary school this week.
CHILDREN from across the county used creativity to get fire safety messages across in a Bonfire Night competition.
HEADTEACHERS have raised concerns about a multi-million pound contract to maintain Oxfordshire’s schools.
A STUNTMAN taught youngsters how to punch, slap and drag each other by the hair without actually hurting each other.
Icknield Community College at Watlington will find out today whether it can establish a sixth-form.
HEADTEACHERS at small primary schools across Oxfordshire have been encouraged to contribute to a Government review of teachers’ workloads.
INK stains will not be a problem for students who will be putting their stationery away for No Pens Day – much to the envy of Oxfordshire schoolchildren.
YOUNG and old will join together to commemorate fallen soldiers at a special Armistice Day service in Chipping Norton.
PUPILS from the Cherwell School have received national recognition for a charitable chicken farm project.
ART and sport collided at Wheatley Rugby Football Club as young rugby players got to grips with designing a new kit for their teams.
OXFORDSHIRE’S GCSE pupils have surged ahead of national averages despite concerns that Government changes would impair exam results.
A SIXTH-FORMER from Chipping Norton has won a scholarship to support his engineering studies at university from medical supplies firm Owen Mumford.
CASH to balance the books on bringing in free school meals for all primary school pupils has been secured.
THIS month in your Oxford Mail has been our annual First Days of School supplements, pictorial souvenirs of reception classes at dozens of primary schools across the county.
LEARNING foreign words can be fun, as Abingdon pupil Rachel Burton found out when her school hosted a festival of languages.
PUPILS at Holy Trinity Primary School in Chipping Norton told David Cameron what they want from proposals for new housing next to their school.
ASPIRING artists have brought a touch of ancient Rome to rural Wantage.
THE director of a Sierra Leone charity banned from visiting a Stockport school amid fears about the Ebola virus is to give a talk at Bicester Community College tomorrow.
PUPILS have told school bosses that sex education in Oxfordshire is “not effective”.
ABBI Wilkinson and Chloe Davies celebrated their school’s 50th birthday by travelling back in time to the swinging ’60s.
PLANS to build a new primary school in Didcot were approved by Oxfordshire County Council’s planning and regulation committee yesterday.
PARENTS with children starting secondary school next September have been reminded to apply online with their preferred schools before the end of the month.
IT’S not just stars above Bethlehem stables that people will be looking out for this Christmas.
BLACKBIRD Leys students stepped outside of the classroom to help the community by redecorating the estate’s youth centre.
STUDENTS are celebrating after their secondary school was the first in the county to be recognised for its outstanding teaching for gifted pupils.
A WANTAGE building firm has started work on a £2.6m sports pavilion for a Summertown prep school.
TWO county schools will enjoy a night of awe-inspiring arias when they take to the stage with the Welsh National Opera.
YOUNGSTERS put their spelling skills to the test at a competition at Rye St Antony school.
THE PELOTON is a frequent sight during the Tour de France, but groups of cycling schoolchildren could become commonplace in North Oxford.
BOYS from poorer backgrounds are being left behind in the classroom, figures have revealed.
“BRILLIANTLY original” and “outstanding” young physicists, biologists and chemists have been recognised for their school work.
PRIMARY and secondary school pupils across Oxfordshire are to benefit from a £1m drive to continue improvement in reading and writing.
CHILDREN are hoping to attract wildlife to a West Oxfordshire school after a pond they designed was opened.
CARTERTON Primary School is making reasonable progress towards the removal of special measures according to a recent Ofsted report.
MENTAL health workers could be based in all of Oxfordshire’s secondary schools within two years.
ROMANS walked again at Oxford’s Cheney School as it became home to the Festival of Ancient Tales.
PUPILS at an Oxford primary school did their sums by torchlight as they learned how to save electricity.
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