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MORE than 40 children have graduated from a maths and English course.
- Little graduates cap off a great year for Barrow nursery
- Small Cumbria school has big plans to support pupils’ careers
- Barrow pupils have a blast with geology project
- Only way is up as Furness Academy in Barrow helps pupils achieve
- Barrow tots don caps and gowns as they get set to graduate
- Apprentice Barrow hairdresser is at the cutting edge
- Ulverston Victoria High School students ‘have a brilliant time’
- Cumbria schools’ help system praised at conference
CN Group has launched the 2014 Golden Apple education awards.
• Click here to nominate teachers, support staff, whole schools and learners
NEWLY qualified teachers are looking forward to getting to work in Cumbrian schools.
ON Monday June 30 we waved goodbye to four teams of 16 and 17-year-olds as they boarded the coach destined for Ullswater Outward Bound Centre. The following Monday we did the same as another 44 young people set off.
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A VIBRANT range of artwork will go on display at a school this summer, showcasing the talents of its students.
WITH thousands of new jobs being created in Cumbria, there is a desperate shortage of skilled people. Inspira’s chief executive Mark Bowman talked to AMY FENTON about its innovative Ready for Work programme which is set to be rolled out across the county having already proved to be a huge success at Sellafield