Four taken to hospital after chemical incident at Warblington School

Three adults and a child have been taken to hospital after a chemical incident at school this morning.

Steven Edwards, the 2013 Masterchef: The Professionals champion was impressed with the talent and new facilities at Chichester College

Masterchef champion opens new student restaurant at Chichester College

Think of student food and beans on toast or Pot Noodles probably spring to mind.

Easebourne headteacher Johnny Culley

Headteacher praised for school’s ‘rapid change for the better’

A headteacher has been praised for bringing about “rapid change for the better” at his school.

The Academy Selsey is to be rebuilt following the huge fire in August this year

BREAKING NEWS: Academy Selsey to be rebuilt as ‘state-of-the-art’ new school

A brand new ‘state-of-the-art’ school will be built to replace the Academy Selsey buildings destroyed by fire, it has today been announced.

West Sussex County Council

School expansion proposals: Residents asked for feedback

West Sussex County Council is asking people for their views about proposals to expand a number of the county’s schools.

The children loved being part of such a big performance

Magical performance by primary school pupils

Stars of wonder from primary schools in the area put parents in the Christmas spirit with their joint concert.

Every headteacher in West Sussex signed up to the Worth Less? campaign for fairer school funding

Concern schools could still lose out when new funding formula begins

Union leaders have warned the government’s new education funding formula may still leave schools short of money.

Pupils at Camelsdale Primary achieved a record number of boxes

Record number of boxes packed

Camelsdale Primary School has packed 51 boxes off to Mustard Seed Relief Mission’s Love In A Box appeal.

A spinning class at Arun Leisure Centre in aid of Children in Need. Picture: Kate Shemilt ks16001203-1

GALLERY: Children in Need frolics

Children In Need has raised a record £46.6million on the BBC television show, broadcast on Friday night.

Sue Mordecai, the renowned and inspirational speaker, speaking at the Challenging the More Able Learner conference

New schools conference focuses on gifted pupils

Seaford College has hosted a large number of local primary and secondary schools for the inaugural gifted and talented conference.

Weald School students visiting Namilyango College in Uganda. Picture: Luke Trotter

Weald School students visit Ugandan school

Ten year 11 students from The Weald School in Billingshurst have made an inaugural trip to Uganda.

Preparing donated pieces of wood

Mud kitchen created ‘from nothing’

An unused and neglected courtyard area is being turned into an exciting mud kitchen.

Professor Jane Longmore will take up the role from May next year

University of Chichester appoint new vice-chancellor

The University of Chichester has announced the appointment of Professor Jane Longmore as vice-chancellor.

Sir Greg Martin with children at the Lambeth Academy

Durand decision is ‘disappointing but not surprising’`

Chairman of the Durand Academy governors Sir Greg Martin said he was ‘disappointed but not surprised’ at the South Downs National Park decision to refuse permission for temporary classrooms and a boarding house at the former St Cuthman’s School in Stedham.


Seaford pupils complete fancy dress walk number six!

Pupils of the Seaford College boarding house Walled House West have completed another fancy dress walk for charity.


Comment: Stop missing the point – our schools need money NOW, not in 2018/19

It started with a letter signed by every headteacher in West Sussex and ventured to 10 Downing Street and into the halls of power.

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Durand’s ‘stark and incongruous’ temporary buildings are rejected at St Cuthmans

Durand’s ‘stark and incongruous’ temporary buildings are rejected at St Cuthmans

Plans for temporary classrooms and a boarding house at the Durand Academy’s weekly boarding school in Stedham were thrown out by the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) today (Thursday, November 10).

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Park looks set to throw out Durand’s latest school plans

Plans from the Durand Academy to build temporary teaching and boarding facilities at the former St Cuthman’s School in Stedham are set to be thrown out by the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA).

MPs and schoolchildren at 10 Downing Street

MPs debate school funding in Parliament

West Sussex schools are facing budget deficits as high as £850,000 as the financial crisis continues.
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