£10 million Talisman development approved despite no support from Kenilworth’s councillors

Over 100 student apartments and five new shops are coming to Talisman in a divisive £10 million plan after councillors gave developers the go-ahead.

From L-R: Chris White MP, Nick Gibb MP and Campion School pupils George Rudd and Indigo Hancock.

Minister Nick Gibb is shown how much Campion School has improved

Campion School welcomed Minister of State for Schools Nick Gibb MP to today (Monday).

King’s High site a ‘legacy’

King’s High site a ‘legacy’

A development brief with three options has been 
created for old school 
buildings in Warwick’s 
town centre.

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‘Outstanding’ young musician composes competition piece for Warwick School

Described by his teachers as a “truly outstanding musician”, Warwick School pupil Sam Young has composed a piece of music to enter the school into a regional music competition.

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Talented florists from Warwickshire College are selected as among best in the UK

Two students from Moreton Morrell College have won gold and silver floristry awards in a national competition.

Diane Burley congratulates Myton Schools new head teacher Andy Perry.

Myton School appoints former deputy Andy Perry as its new head teacher

Myton School has announced that it has appointed its former deputy head Andy Perry as its head teacher.


Warwick and King’s High ranked among top ten West Midlands independent schools by national newspaper survey

Warwick School has been ranked as the West Midlands’ fifth best independent school in a guide provided by a national newspaper.

The Army Cadet Force doing first aid training.Picture by Shaun Fellows / Shine Pix .

New £600,000 cadet centre to open in Warwick

A new £600,000 cadet centre is set to open in Warwick this weekend.

NASA astrnaut Michael Foale CBE visited pupils & Staff at Shrubland Street Primary School recently, and gave a talk about his experiences in space. NNL-161115-214411009

Astronaut tells Leamington primary school pupils to reach for the stars

Pupils at Leamington primary schools have been inspired to work hard and follow their dreams by a man who has literally reached for the stars.

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New enterprise advisor to coach pupils at Leamington school

A Leamington business owner has taken up a new post as enterprise advisor at Campion School.

Schools have installed surveillance software on pupils' own devices, a report has found

Three quarters of secondary schools ‘spying on pupils’ devices

Secondary schools in the UK have installed surveillance software on students’ personal devices, monitoring the kind of websites and apps they are accessing.

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The anti-bullying tree with Milverton children's thumbprints on it. Back row from left to right: Matt Fisher (headteacher), Ben Donagh, Christine Mabel and Deborah Miller (Senior victim service manager for Warwickshire). Front row from lefgt to right: Milverton pupils Eliza, Charlotte, Elle and Magnus.

Pupils give a thumbs up to no more bullying during Anti-Bullying Week

Pupils at a Leamington School have made a pledge to stop bullying during Anti-Bullying week in a unique and artistic way.


Plans for 100-bedroom student accomodation on land between Leamington and Kenilworth

Plans have been put forward to build accommodation for 100 students on rural land between Leamington and Kenilworth.

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Leamington Parade.
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Leamington street marshals to remain for another five years

The scheme which brought street marshals to Leamington is set to stay for another five years.

From left to right: Shirley Whiting, Sue Casey, Nick Gibb MP,  Hayden Abbott, Richard Hales and Jeremy Wright MP

Kenilworth School hopeful about planned move after meeting Schools Minister

Kenilworth School and Sixth Form are more hopeful about its planned move to one site after a rare meeting with the Schools Minister in London.

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Sydenham Primary School pupils with copies of The Unique Unicorn. NNL-161114-142433001

‘Truly fabulous’ book by Leamington pupils receives national recognition

A children’s story book created by pupils at Sydenham Primary School has won national recognition.

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New course aims to inspire girls to get into engineering

Female school pupils across south Warwickshire can learn new skills in engineering by taking part in a new four-day course next summer.

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Kenilworth School aims to become academy by September

Kenilworth School and Sixth Form will aim to become an academy by September 1, 2017 after governors voted to go ahead with the conversion this week.

Its true - women really do have better memories than men

It’s true - women really do have better memories than men

In the battle of the sexes, memory – or lack of it – has traditionally played a starring role.

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Isabella Abbot-Parke played The Last Post before the two minute silence.

Warwick student leads two minute silence

A student from a girls school in Warwick had the honour of playing her trumpet as part of the Armistice Day service today.

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