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Barton Peveril students celebrate record A Level achievement

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August 17, 2017

Local students are jumping for joy as Barton Peveril Sixth Form College celebrates another outstanding set of A Level and vocational programme exam results, achieving some of the best results in the college’s history. The overall pass rate at A Level for the college was 98.3% with 77% of grades at A*- C and...
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Stoke Park pupils enjoy ‘Magical Woodland’

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May 18, 2017
Stoke Park pupils enjoy ‘Magical Woodland’

Children at Stoke Park Infant School in Eastleigh are enjoying the first phase of a new ‘Magical Woodland Theatre’, thanks to a donation from house builder Linden Homes. The donation of £500 was gifted to Stoke Park Infant Association, which has been fundraising for the project. The creation of the ‘Magical Woodland Theatre’ will...
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Toynbee campaigners report missing sign

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April 6, 2017
Toynbee campaigners report missing sign

Campaigners battling for the introduction of a safe crossing outside Toynbee School are asking Hampshire County Council to replace a ‘School Ahead’ sign that has disappeared from Bodycoats Rd giving drivers no warning that children may be crossing. Last month local mum Suzy Woolford begged HCC for help ‘before someone is killed’ on Bodycoats...
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‘Please help us before someone is killed’

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March 18, 2017
‘Please help us before someone is killed’

A Chandler’s Ford mum who says she fears for the safety of her visually impaired children is calling on Hampshire County Council to introduce traffic calming measures outside Toynbee School saying “please help us before someone is killed.” The dramatic plea came as friends and neighbours of Suzy Woolford, who lives on the Oakmount...
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Fibreglass sheep flock to school

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March 7, 2017
Fibreglass sheep flock to school

With spring just around the corner, life size fibreglass sheep were this week delivered to schools across the Diocese of Winchester. The deliveries mark the start of ‘Ewe Matter’, a new intergenerational initiative across Hampshire and Dorset’s church schools that aims to foster closer links between schools and the parishes in which they sit....
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MP backs local baseball drive

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February 14, 2017

Eastleigh’s MP Mims Davies has backed a local baseball team’s drive to get more people into the sport. The Southampton Mustangs are the current reigning National baseball champions but they train in Eastleigh and the borough is home to many of their players. Every Sunday afternoon the first team – as well as beginners...
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“Teen Queen” Cathy Cassidy visits Thornden

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February 4, 2016
“Teen Queen” Cathy Cassidy visits Thornden

Best-selling teen author Cathy Cassidy paid a visit to an Eastleigh school this Thursday to promote two of her new books. She spoke to a group of pupils at Thornden School about her new books Fortune Cookie and Looking Glass Girl, alongside providing literary advice and inspiration to any budding young writers. Twice winner...
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Patriotic student makes climb for Help for Heroes

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May 19, 2015
Patriotic student makes climb for Help for Heroes

His current focus is on A-level exams but within days of completing the last paper Matt Wateridge will be hard at work in an East African hospital before climbing Kilimanjaro in aid of Help for Heroes. The 18-year-old biology, chemistry and maths student has a place to study medicine at Manchester University when he...
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Bursledon pupils cook and eat

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November 24, 2014
Bursledon pupils cook and eat

Twenty pupils and their parents at Bursledon Infant School have completed their first Cook and Eat course. The Cook and Eat initiative has been organised by Eastleigh Borough Council in partnership with Hampshire County Council’s catering service (HC3S) and support from Hampshire County Council. Every Wednesday after school for six weeks parents and pupils...
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Thornden pupils raise £7,500 for Canine Partners

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October 24, 2014
Thornden pupils raise £7,500 for Canine Partners

Pupils from Thornden School in Chandler’s Ford have raised an impressive £7,500 for Canine Partners – an organisation that trains dogs to assist people with disabilities. The cash has enabled the charity to purchase golden retriever Heskey and put him through the early stages of his training to become a canine partner and change the...
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Wellstead Primary School set to ‘Park and Stride’

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September 10, 2014
Wellstead Primary School set to ‘Park and Stride’

The Mayor of Eastleigh, Councillor Tony Noyce joined pupils of Wellstead Primary School in Hedge End to celebrate the launch of a new “Park and Stride” route to school from the newly constructed Dowd’s Farm community car park. Park and Stride is an Eastleigh Borough Council initiative that aims to encourage parents and children...
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Fair Oak 2k fun runners raise a grand

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August 15, 2014
Fair Oak 2k fun runners raise a grand

Children from Fair Oak Junior School, who ran in the B&Q 2k Fun Run, present a cheque for £1,000 to Gloria Hill charity manager at Wave 105’s Cash for Kids. The money was raised by the children that took part in the event, as well as the race organisers, and was then split between...
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Barton Peveril students celebrate exam success

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August 14, 2014
Barton Peveril students celebrate exam success

Ten thousand students studying at Hampshire’s colleges and sixth forms are celebrating their exam success following the release of this year’s results for A-level examinations and vocational qualifications. According to Hampshire County Council provisional results reported so far by the colleges, school sixth forms and training providers indicate that the post-16 students have been...
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Stoke Park kids bury time treasure

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July 17, 2014
Stoke Park kids bury time treasure

Local children have spent weeks collecting items to be buried in a time capsule in the grounds of a new retirement village and care home being built in Bishopstoke. Pupils from Stoke Park Junior School collated magazines, photographs, letters and toys to capture the essence of modern life, which were buried alongside documents relating...
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Book Fun with Jeremy

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June 6, 2014

The fun side of education was on show in Eastleigh and Hedge End today, as renowned children’s author Jeremy Strong visited two schools in the Borough, presenting his Laugh your Socks off  show to some very excited children, their teachers and an Eastleigh News Reporter…. Following a successful morning at Crescent Primary School in Eastleigh, Jeremy...
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