School with a reputation for giving children a ‘great start’ in education

Salisbury Journal:

12:58pm Thursday 18th September 2014

WEST Tytherley CE Primary School is a school with a happy family atmosphere – you can see this from the children’s cheerful and friendly manner and their high standard of behaviour. Located on the Hampshire-Wiltshire border, this village school has established a very good reputation.

A centenary of rich and happy learning at Leehurst Swan School

Salisbury Journal:

12:56pm Thursday 18th September 2014

Leehurst Swan School has been inspiring and educating pupils for 100 years.

Record exam results for St Mary's girls

Salisbury Journal:

12:53pm Thursday 18th September 2014

HARD work and inspired teaching have paid dividends as St Mary’s girls achieved record GCSE results this year, to buck the national trend.

Test Valley School pupils celebrate great GCSE results

Salisbury Journal:

12:39pm Thursday 18th September 2014

The pupils at Test Valley School would like to congratulate last year’s Year 11 on their wonderful GCSE results. They marked this celebration with a “fun photo” on the school field. This year’s results included 83 per cent of all pupils achieving grade A*-C in mathematics, a new maths record for Test Valley School.

New Moyles Court School headmaster has big development plans

Salisbury Journal:

12:37pm Thursday 18th September 2014

Mr Richard Milner-Smith, new headmaster of Moyles Court School, near Ringwood in the New Forest says he is “thrilled, delighted and privileged to be offered this opportunity to lead and continue developing this successful and highly-regarded school.

Relentless in the pursuit of the highest quality learning

Salisbury Journal:

12:47pm Thursday 18th September 2014

THE Burgate School is renowned locally and in the wider community as a centre of excellence and has never been more popular.

See where the journey at Clayesmore begins

Salisbury Journal:

12:43pm Thursday 18th September 2014

THE exciting Clayesmore journey begins in pre-prep and continues in prep, where The Good Schools Guide said there’s “never a dull moment” and where small classes and individual attention “ensure speedy progress”.

Commitment to pupils in pursuit of excellence

Salisbury Journal:

12:37pm Thursday 18th September 2014

THE motto at Test Valley School is: “In pursuit of personal excellence”.

Exceeding challenging targets

Salisbury Journal:

12:40pm Thursday 18th September 2014

ST JOSEPH’S Catholic School in Salisbury is committed to being a centre of excellence for all faiths and abilities – this was fully recognised in the school’s recent Ofsted inspection.

Strong foundation that adds up

Salisbury Journal:

FORRES Sandle Manor’s head of pre-prep mathe-matics Tracy Spottiswood said: “I wonder how many of you who are reading this would call yourselves good mathematicians? Or indeed how many of you may be put off straight away by knowing in advance that this article is about maths? Don’t worry, there are no numbers here and you are not alone.

Where pupils are treated as individuals and everyone strives to give their best

Salisbury Journal:

12:42pm Thursday 18th September 2014

THE Romsey School has a strong emphasis on the traditional values of hard work, honesty, responsibility and respect for others.

Excellence in music ‘just one of our strengths’

Salisbury Journal:

12:46pm Thursday 18th September 2014

SALISBURY Cathedral School (SCS) is known for excellence in music – with 14 ensembles rehearsing every week and 90 per cent of pupils in the prep school playing an instrument, it is not difficult to see why. Music can be heard in every corridor as you walk around the school and our many concerts throughout the year are uplifting, inspiring and full of joy. However, there is so much more to SCS. Headmaster Clive Marriott said: “With more than 27 acres of beautiful grounds, in the shadow of the cathedral’s spire, we have the facilities for our boys and girls to enjoy a wide range of sports ranging from rugby and netball to archery and golf. All our children get the chance to play in matches and sporting results are impressive.

Mission is to ensure all individuals ‘shine’

Salisbury Journal:

12:41pm Thursday 18th September 2014

LAST year’s head girl at Leaden Hall School in Salisbury Cathedral Close, Izzy Fuller, impressed parents who read an article she wrote.

Wyvern College will encourage students to fulfill their potential

Salisbury Journal:

12:36pm Thursday 18th September 2014

Wyvern College is a happy, dynamic and successful school, nurturing students to become self-confident and accomplished adults ready for the challenges of further education and training, alongside preparation for a responsible adult life.

Students finance life-changing project work

12:47pm Thursday 18th September 2014

DURING the summer holidays, 20 Lower Sixth pupils from Dauntsey’s School travelled to the Romanian town of Cernavoda to support Nightingales Children’s Project. Over a week, they ran a play scheme involving local street children and orphans, ranging in age from six months to 24 years.

High quality is key to success

12:38pm Thursday 18th September 2014

AVON Valley College in Durrington is for students aged 11-19 years.

Disused Fordingbridge pub opens its doors as day nursery

Salisbury Journal:

11:14am Friday 5th September 2014

A DISUSED pub in Fordingbridge has been restored into a stunning and spacious day nursery for babies and infants.

Bruton Student on the Stage

Salisbury Journal:

4:56pm Thursday 4th September 2014

A BRUTON school student has spent her summer ‘treading the boards’.

Pride at Forest schools' GCSE successes

Salisbury Journal:

9:14am Friday 29th August 2014

FOREST schools have shone again, posting great GCSE results - with Ringwood School bucking the national trend with its best ever results.

Students collect GCSE Results

Salisbury Journal:

3:21pm Thursday 21st August 2014

3:19pm IT was also a good year for Trafalgar School.

Fined mother slams school holiday policy

Salisbury Journal:

3:38pm Thursday 21st August 2014

A MOTHER of four who was fined for taking her children out of school in the last week of term has described it as “pathetic” that parents can be fined for taking their children on holiday in term time.


Salisbury Journal:

5:19pm Thursday 14th August 2014

Students from Stonehenge School are visiting Borneo for a once in a a lifetime opportunity to learn more about different cultures and help with work to re-forest the jungle.  The 14 students will spend a month in Borneo where whey will visit five different camps including Gaya, Mantanani, Sipit, Bongkud and Batu Pute.   It will give the students the opportunity to integrate with diverse cultures, speak new languages and gain a greater understanding of other communities.  They will be involved in ongoing projects designed to improve the living standards of the rural Sabahan community which include the re-forestation of the Borneo jungle. 

'A' Level results are out

Salisbury Journal: Guiseley School pupils receive their A-level results

5:04pm Thursday 14th August 2014

HUNDREDS of students across south Wiltshire are off to university after picking up their A-level results on Thursday morning.

Writer to give talk

Salisbury Journal: Hugo Vickers

1:07pm Tuesday 12th August 2014

WRITER and broadcaster Hugo Vickers, pictured right, is giving a talk on Cecil Beaton at Salisbury Museum on August 28.

Fun run held in honour of teacher

Salisbury Journal:

1:04pm Tuesday 12th August 2014

A SCHOOLBOY has raised £400 for charity by organising a fun run in memory of an inspirational biology teacher.

Vice-Chancellor's Honorary Degree

Salisbury Journal:

12:18pm Tuesday 12th August 2014

A VICE chancellor from Salisbury has been honoured for his outstanding contribution to Southampton Solent University.

New headteacher for St Joseph's

Salisbury Journal: New headteacher for St Joseph's

12:46pm Wednesday 4th June 2014

A NEW headteacher has been appointed at a Salisbury secondary school.

Harnham school traffic could mean road closure

Salisbury Journal: Harnham school traffic could mean road closure

4:20am Thursday 1st May 2014

TWO roads in Harnham could be closed to non residents on weekdays because parents are causing chaos on the school run.

Damning Ofsted report for Wiltshire College

8:59am Wednesday 30th April 2014

TEACHING, student success rates and management at Wiltshire College have been criticised following a visit by Ofsted inspectors.

Wylye Valley School marks Anzac Day

Salisbury Journal: Wylye Valley School marks Anzac Day

9:34am Tuesday 29th April 2014

CHILDREN at Wylye Valley School attended a service at St Mary’s Church in Codford to remember the soldiers of Australia and New Zealand who served and died so far from home in the First World War.

New headteacher for Pembroke Park

2:00pm Monday 28th April 2014

A NEW headteacher has been appointed at Salisbury’s Pembroke Park Primary School Matthew Sambrook grew up in Salisbury and prior to his current post as Headteacher at Townhill Junior School in Southampton was deputy at St Mark’s in Salisbury.

Author Golding visits St Edmund's

Salisbury Journal: Author Golding visits St Edmund's

3:09pm Monday 28th April 2014

AUTHOR paid a visit to St Edmund’s Girls School in Salisbury on Wednesday.

Sarum Academy musicians wow Paris

Salisbury Journal: Sarum Academy musicians wow Paris

12:10pm Saturday 26th April 2014

IT was an Easter holiday to remember for 39 young musicians and French students from Salisbury’s Sarum Academy.

Chafyn pupils take on news report

Salisbury Journal: Chafyn pupils take on news report

2:00pm Sunday 6th April 2014

BUDDING journalists at Chafyn Grove School in Salisbury took part in the BBC's Report Day on Thursday.

Bear hunt at Mere School

Salisbury Journal: Bear hunt at Mere School

2:13pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

YOUNGSTERS at Mere School embarked on a bear hunt recently with help from the local police.

Hoodwinked at Manor Fields

Salisbury Journal: Hoodwinked at Manor Fields

4:10pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

ROBIN Hood and his merry followers took centre stage at Manor Fields Primary School in Salisbury this week.

New yurt at Farley Nursery

Salisbury Journal: New yurt at Farley Nursery

3:10pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

A NEW yurt has taken pride of place in the grounds of Farley Nursery School.The children now have a quiet relaxing place where they can listen to stories and enjoy their circle time in comfortable and brightly decorated surroundings.

Putting pen to paper at Sarum Academy

Salisbury Journal: Putting pen to paper at Sarum Academy

2:59pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

YOUNG writers have been putting pen to paper at Sarum Academy in Salisbury.

Prospective students get taster of new Sixth Form College

4:21pm Tuesday 1st April 2014

PROSPECTIVE students at the new Salisbury Sixth Form College got the chance to learn more at an open day on Saturday.

Museum created by Broad Chalke children

Salisbury Journal: Museum created by Broad Chalke children

1:36pm Tuesday 1st April 2014

A MUSEUM with a wide range of exhibits was created by children at Broad Chalke Primary School on Wednesday.

Musical talent at Woodlands Primary

Salisbury Journal: Musical talent at Woodlands Primary

11:10am Wednesday 26th March 2014

TALENTED musicians from Woodlands Primary School had the opportunity to perform at Sarum Academy’s new concert hall last Wednesday.

College principal 'takes time off' after Ofsted

4:05pm Tuesday 25th March 2014

WILTSHIRE College has appointed an acting principal after telling its staff that principal Di Dale is taking time off and won’t be back again this term.

Leaden Hall pupils put on art exhibition

Salisbury Journal: Leaden Hall pupils put on art exhibition

2:01pm Tuesday 25th March 2014

LITTLE artists from a Salisbury school showed off their talents at an exhibition at the weekend.

Sarum St Paul's children raise money for Send a Cow

Salisbury Journal: Sarum St Paul's children raise money for Save a Cow

12:32pm Tuesday 25th March 2014

CHILDREN at Sarum St Paul's Primary School organised a fundraising day on behalf of the charity Save a Cow on Friday.

New community garden at Old Sarum Primary School

Salisbury Journal: New community garden at Old Sarum Primary School

12:27pm Monday 24th March 2014

“THIS was a way for a community school to work with the community to create something wonderful,” says headteacher John Jones about the new community garden at Old Sarum Primary School.

Taking a stroll for charity at Orchard Pre-School

Salisbury Journal: Taking a stroll for charity at Orchard Pre-School

1:30pm Sunday 23rd March 2014

CHILDREN, parents and grandparents at Little Orchard Pre-School Middle Woodford took part in a bike and pram push, completing more than 300 laps of the playground between them to help support a fundraising drive in aid of the pre-school garden.

Fairtrade enterprise at St Joseph's

Salisbury Journal: Fairtrade enterprise at St Joseph's

7:30am Sunday 23rd March 2014

STUDENTS at St Joseph’s School have been going bananas for Fairtrade.

Planting for the planet

Salisbury Journal: Planting for the planet

2:06pm Saturday 15th March 2014

PUPILS at Rookwood Preparatory School in Andover had the chance to get hands-on in the face of global warming thanks to a Plant-for-the-Planet Academy held at the Portway Stadium.

Wellington Academy 'must improve' say Ofsted inspectors

3:58pm Thursday 6th March 2014

THE Wellington Academy in Ludgershall has been told by Ofsted inspectors that it needs to improve.

Orienteering at Avon Valley

Salisbury Journal: Orienteering at Avon Valley

11:23am Tuesday 4th March 2014

CODE-CRACKING, map reading, sums and symbols were top of the agenda as Avon Valley College in Durrington held an orienteering festival on Friday.

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