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In today's ever-changing educational landscape, home education has become a practical choice for parents looking for a flexible and personalised approach to their children's learning journey. As they explore home ed, families discover the joys of bespoke education and self-directed learning. The shift away from the traditional school environment has liberated families from the daily grind of...

Paignton Academy's Spectacular 'Matilda' Production Takes Centre Stage

Paignton Academy's rendition of "Matilda, The Musical Jr." has seized the spotlight with an awe-inspiring display of talent and collaboration, earning praise from everyone including MP, Kevin Foster, and local primary school children.

Featuring a cast and crew of over 80 students in years 7 to 11, the production has captivated audiences and left a lasting impressionon all who...

Mini Police in Plymouth educates over 1,000 children

Four years ago, Devon & Cornwall Police teams in Plymouth set up the ‘Mini Police’ programme to inspire and educate 8 - 10-year-olds in primary schools across the city. Since launching, over 1,000 young people have gone through the programme, learning vital skills.

The programme is run by the Force’s Youth Engagement Officers (YEO) at a selected school for six weeks. Young people...

South Devon College launches new childminding qualification to help the skills deficit in the childcare sector

South Devon College is launching a new Childminding qualification in a bid to help the skills deficit in the childcare sector.   

The falling number of registered childminders is a national issue. Data from Ofsted states that between March 2022 and March 2023 3,500 childminders gave up their businesses. That equates to 20,000 childcare places.   

And new Government plans that...

Plymouth Marjon University.

Plymouth Marjon University adds AI-powered Studiosity+ to its student support service

Plymouth Marjon University has adopted Studiosity’s new AI learning technology to give its students formative feedback on their written work within minutes, in a further enhancement to its well-established 24/7 study skills service.

Studiosity+ , which launched in February, provides fast, ethical and equitable delivery of academic writing feedback to all students, supporting...

Marine Academy Primary celebrates national award for pupil performance

Pupils at Marine Academy Primary, in St Budeaux in Plymouth, are celebrating after being recognised by SSAT (The Schools, Students and Teachers Network) in this year’s Educational Outcomes Awards. The award recognises that Marine Academy Primary, with its motto “where stars shine brighter”, is among the highest performing primary schools in the country, based on 2023 performance data and...

Taylor Wimpey shows World Book Day support across Devon

Taylor Wimpey is pleased to announce its support towards World Book Day this year with a donation of National Book Tokens vouchers to selected schools nearby its developments in Devon.

World Book Day aims to encourage children of all ages to enjoy and appreciate the pleasures of reading, with the mission to offer every child and young person the opportunity to have a book of their...

The Mossy Carpet project – a community art installation created by the Art and Energy Collective.

St. Christopher’s joins The Mossy Carpet: A community art project highlighting climate change and the magic of moss

Children from St. Christopher’s Prep School, a co-educational independent school in Staverton, near Totnes, have joined The Mossy Carpet project – a community art installation created by the Art and Energy Collective.

This innovative project aims to raise awareness about climate change and inspire a deep appreciation for nature by highlighting the magical, often-overlooked beauty and...

Tor Bridge High marks World Book Day

Tor Bridge High has celebrated World Book Day this month (7th March) by putting on a range of crafts, quizzes, games, and competitions!

Years 7, 8 and 9 were able to choose a free World Book Day book from school this week and World Book Day tokens were available to students so that they are able to choose another book for free from venues such as Tesco, Asda, The Works, Sainsbury's...

Plymouth schools celebrate World Book Day

Plymouth schools have been celebrating World Book Day this week (7th March.)

World Book Day was created by UNESCO in 1995 as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, it is marked in over 100 countries. The World Book Day charity’s Strategy 2023-27 sets out that its aim is “more children, from all backgrounds, developing a life-long habit of reading for pleasure, benefiting from...

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