Horsham STEMfest sparks young people into life

Hundreds of children and their parents found themselves transported into an amazing world of science, technology, engineering and maths, as Horsham STEMfest took over Horsham’s Carfax on Saturday (June 9).

Head teacher Thomas Moore and senior associate solicitor Gareth Collins with pupils at Bury Primary School

Tree gift fits perfectly with school’s environmental award

An oak has been planted at Bury Primary School as a permanent reminder of the important role trees play in the environment.

Pupils learn about career paths after college

Collyer’s careers fair sets pupils on journey to getting jobs in the travel sector

Students attended Collyer’s recent travel and tourism careers fair in large numbers, to learn more about the post college world of employment and training in the fast growing industry.

Harry Williams, Joshua Ray, Joseph Anderson, Lola Redford, Niya Spice and news group: Felix Frost, Leon Kill, Becky Jones, Leo Yuille, Sophie Williams, Aurelia Smith, Antonia Corbu and Eva Goin with Lizzie Williams

Pupils raise funds for Lizzie Williams’ Paralympic journey

Arunside Primary School in Horsham welcomed local paralympic athlete, Lizzie Williams, to the school.

School children and teachers from St Mary's CofE Primary School gathered for Pulborough's first colour run on Sunday

School children cover teachers with neon colour powder

Children at a Pulborough primary school were given the opportunity to cover their teachers in neon colour powder this weekend.


Collyer's among first to deliver T-Level courses

Collyer’s and the Chichester College Group will be among the first 52 colleges in the country to deliver the new T-Levels.
The winning designs from each year group for the Devine Homes garden competition with Louise Whitney, sales and marketing manager for Devine Homes

Billingshurst pupils take on garden design competition

The pupils at Billingshurst Primary School were set a task by Devine Homes to use their imagination to create a garden for their new show home at Hammond’s Mill, Amblehurst Green, Billingshurst.

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Farlington pupils master building bridges

The year seven girls at Farlington School have displayed the results of their bridge-building challenge.

Pupils celebrate the oustanding report

Catkins Nursery gets outstanding result

Horsham MP Jeremy Quin visited Catkins Nursery, off Blackbridge Lane, to congratulate them on their outstanding Ofsted report.

Some of the employability students, Dan Goodyer, Charlotte Ellis, Phoebe Rosamond, Ed Pirie; James Howell, Tomas Williams, Patrick Smith and deputy principal Steve Martell.

Collyer’s students graduate employability course

Collyer’s students studying the new and highly regarded employability course have graduated from the year-long programme.

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Annual summer fete promises to be a fun-filled family day

The Friends of Ingfield Manor grand summer fete at the Five Oaks, Billingshurst, school will be held on Sunday June 10 at 2pm.

The Teletubbies at The Weald

Goodbye to The Weald Year 13 students

The Incredibles and the Teletubbies were among the weird and wonderful costumes on display as The Weald said farewell to its Year 13s.


Head fears education strategy will see small schools close

A headteacher said he feared the county council’s draft School Effectiveness Strategy for 2018-2022 could lead to the closure or merger of some small schools.

The work of Alison Ingram who will be at Farlington School SUS-180529-145729001

School excited to be part of art trail

Farlington School is excited to be part of the Horsham Artists Open Studios Trail 2018.

Frank Postel, Peter Burgess, Sheila Marley and Beverly Clayden at tended the Durrants Village time capsule burial with Colgate Primary School SUS-180529-143347001

Village buries time capsule with help from pupils

On Monday May 21, Durrants Village, the new retirement community in Faygate, near Horsham, buried a time capsule in the village grounds with the help of children from the nearby Colgate Primary School.


School calls on drivers to cut their speed

A headteacher has donned a reflective vest and stocked up on lollipops to help his pupils get to school safely.

Headteacher Sue Harrison and some of her pupils celebrate Steyning Primary School's good Ofsted report

Headteacher’s pride after Ofsted report

A headteacher said she was “so proud” after her school received a glowing Ofsted report.
The pupils are working hard to help their environment

Upper Beeding School pupils build a bug hotel

Pupils at Upper Beeding School have been working hard to help their local environment flourish.

Pupils enjoy the Sea Life Centre

Pupils learn about recycling at the Sea Life Centre

Year one and two pupils from Castlewood School in Southwater visited Brighton Sea Life Centre to help them learn more about their topic ‘in the deep’.

The pupils took part in a motion capture experience

Christ’s Hospital students explore careers in game design

Sixth form pupils from Christ’s Hospital recently took part in a motion capture experience.

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