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HORTICULTURAL students from Pershore College are celebrating after picking up a Silver Medal for their show garden and trade stand at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival.
HEART of Worcestershire College students rose to the occasion and tasted the sweet smell of success as they competed in the local heats of the Inclusive Skills Cookery Competition.
CHILDREN from Fort Royal Primary have been working hard on their exhibit for the Voices and Visions Arts Festival.
A PAIR of caring youngsters at Bishop Perowne have become the school's first two anti-bullying ambassadors.
A STUDENT from the University of Worcester who saved the life of a popular rugby fan during a game has been awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Medal.
NINE authors visited Blessed Edward College to speak to Year 7 and 8 students.
ARTS students from the Heart of Worcestershire College are getting ready to showcase their artistic talents as they celebrate Arts Week.
IT was all aboard for Heart of Worcestershire College students as they explored the world of cruising.
A SCHOOL in Worcester has launched a new and improved website.
COMPUTING students from Pershore High School visited a Worcester firm for an insight into business.
PUPILS at Blessed Edward College have been fundraising for a charity that supports people aged over 65.
A NEW extension has been completed at King's St Alban's – one of the two junior schools for King's Worcester.
YOUNGSTERS at Bengeworth CE Academy enjoyed a successful science day to take their learning to another level.
AN event that aims to encourage residents to explore nature will be held at The River School this weekend.
CATERING students of Heart of Worcestershire College rolled out the red carpet for a fundraising event in aid of a children's charity.
A Heart of Worcestershire College student is celebrating after it emerged she was one of the winners of a this year's City and Guilds Medals of Excellence.
TWO Heart of Worcestershire College students laced up their running shoes to complete a half marathon
A SCHOOL'S bid for funding for a new £1.5 million sixth form centre has been given the green light by the Department for Education.
THE University of Worcester and Open College Network West Midlands have signed a deal to work closer to create opportunities for mature students.
POLICE visited Blessed Edward College to deliver an Internet safety talk to Year 7 students.
A BOSNIAN international footballer has called on Worcestershire schoolchildren to take part in a tournament to mark the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.
YOUNGSTERS from Fort Royal Community Primary school have been making the most of new additions to their learning.
BUDDING textiles specialists from St Nicholas CE Middle School in Pinvin are putting their sewing skills to the test this term, making Tudor costumes for their Year 7 end-of-year play.
STUDENTS at Dyson Perrins have unveiled a brand new outdoor covered seating area in response to demand for additional sheltered spaces during break and lunchtimes.
GIRLS from Blessed Edward College took part in the annual International Girls in ICT Day.
STUDENTS at Bishop Perowne CE College are helping to promote awareness of the dangers of drug-taking.
A DONATION of £1,000 has been given to Perry Wood Primary School by a neighbouring care home, to support its breakfast club.
A BUDDING musician from Worcester has got big ambitions.
TALENTED youngsters from Christopher Whitehead Language College took part in a show to highlight their musical abilities.
A LECTURER from the University of Worcester has been awarded a prestigious fellowship from the Royal Photographic Society.
A RARE van has been restored to its former glory by a group of students from South Worcestershire College.
YOUNGSTERS from Blessed Edward College ranked in the top three in the country in a reading competition.
TWO students of the Heart of Worcestershire College are in celebratory moods after being nominated for a national award.
CHILDREN at a village primary school had a visit from a man wielding a sword.
A CAREERS fair was held at Dyson Perrins CE Academy to give Year 11 students advice on their future options.
A STUDENT from the University of Worcester has been recognised for demonstrating the values of World War One nurse Edith Cavell.
CHILDREN from Clifton upon Teme Primary will grow and cook more of their own food at school if ambitious plans come to fruition.
A PAIR of savvy students from King's Worcester turned £10 into more than £400 as part of a Young Enterprise initiative.
AFTER going from McDonalds to Aston Martin, a manufacturing engineer for the company visited pupils of o share the secrets of his success.
TALENTED mathematicians from Nunnery Wood High School emerged victorious in the regional Big Maths Quiz.
A VISITOR to Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College spoke to pupils about the work done by St Richard's Hospice.
A COLOURFUL array of wildflowers will spring in to bloom at the University of Worcester this summer thanks to the efforts of a charity.
PROCEEDS from the school musical at Queen Elizabeth Humanities College in Bromyard will be donated to eight charities in the surrounding area.
AN Easter chocolate raffle at Fort Royal School raised an eggstraordinary £273.
A DONATION was handed over to the British Heart Foundation after a fundraising day at Perry Wood Primary School.
MEMBERS of a Young Enterprise company from Worcester Sixth Form College have won two awards at a trade fair.
CHILDREN at Clifton-upon-Teme primary school are taking part in a pioneering IT project, using a 3D printing process to produce different designs and geometric shapes as part of their design lessons.
ARTISTIC youngsters from a Worcester primary school have created pieces of work based on life in the year 2075 to place in a time capsule.
THE Bishop of Worcester told students at a city secondary school it was a pleasure to be with them celebrating their Easter Eucharist.
A BBC reporter visited Heart of Worcestershire College’s Bromsgrove campus to talk to students about his career and working within the media industry.
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