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GCSE Results

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Sawtry Village Academy is celebrating strong top grades as 20 per cent of all results at the academy returned with the highest A* or A grades, and 40 per cent were A* to B grades.

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Hinchingbrooke School

The Duke of Gloucester visited Huntingdon on Thursday as part of Hinchingbrooke School’s 450th anniversary celebrations.

An artist's impression of how the new Ermine Street Church Academy will look.

A builder has been appointed to oversee construction of the first school on the Alconbury Weald development.

Ernulf Academy in St Neots.

A St Neots secondary school has announced that a Department of Education warning notice – issued in March after inspectors reported “unacceptably low standards” – has been withdrawn.

The roof collapse in the kitchen at Longsands Academy

A St Neots father has raised concerns about safety at Longsands Academy after the roof of the school’s kitchen collapsed on the first day of term.

Huntingdon Regional College, Senior Motor Vehicle Lecturer, Gary Spackman, who is running 66 miles for charity,

Huntingdonshire Regional College tutor Gary Spackman will be swapping his overalls for shorts and trainers to raise money for a new minibus.

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Friday, October 2, 2015
Picture are: Gareth Scott-Evans, Lance McCarthy, Alan Burns, Jenny Fowler, Jonathan Djanogly, Lynda Hall, Mark Cammies and Mary Dowglass.

Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly joined staff and supporters at Hinchingbrooke Hospital last Thursday to hear about progress on the new £2.4 million cancer centre.

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