Speed bumps and 20 mph speed limit could be coming to Leyes Lane outside Kenilworth School

A new proposal to install speed bumps and enforce a 20 mph speed limit in Leyes Lane outside Kenilworth School has been put forward - and feedback is needed.

University students urged to get vaccinated against meningitis and septicaemia

University students urged to get vaccinated against meningitis and septicaemia

Public Health England (PHE) are urging all new university students to get vaccinated against deadly meningococcal disease.

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From left, Kenilworth School's new enterprise adviser Richard Hales, careers adviser Kate Abbott, head of sixth form student council Alice Bourne and headmaster Hayden Abbott

Kenilworth School aiming to improve careers service with new ‘enterprise adviser’

Kenilworth School is aiming to improve its careers guidance by appointing its first ever ‘enterprise adviser’.

A group photo of all the students with Mayor of Leamington, Cllr Ann Morrison

Students show off their countries’ cultures during international fair at Leamington College

Students from a variety of countries showed off their homelands’ culture at an international fair held at Royal Leamington Spa College earlier this month.

Radford Semele Head steps down after 23 years

Radford Semele Head steps down after 23 years

The head teacher of Radford Semele primary school is stepping down from his post after 23 years.

The seven Kenilworth School pupils after braving the shave at Room 27 in Warwick Road.

Seven Kenilworth friends brave the shave for Cancer Research UK

Seven Kenilworth teenage friends have raised almost £1,000 after braving the shave yesterday evening (Thursday December 15) for Cancer Research UK.

Rachel Meek has organised a petition after having such low internet speed she cannot do anything. BT have ignored her and said they cannot do anything and that the service meets the minimum requirements. NNL-161213-214558009

Warwick residents’ anger at slow internet

A resident in Warwick has set up a petition after continuing to have poor internet connection.

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Juliet Jones (Headteacher) and Pupils from Cubbington C of E School, are celebrating the school's good Ofsted report. NNL-161213-214637009

Cubbington is officially a good school according to Ofsted inspectors

Cubbington CofE School is celebrating after receiving a very positive Ofsted report from inspectors.

Children at Emscote Infant School have chosen to donate the �50 they won in a Christmas tree decorating competition to charity. NNL-161213-214704009

Emscote School pupils will donate Christmas Tree prize money to good causes

Kind hearted pupils at Emscote Infant School in Warwick have shown true Christmas spirit by choosing to donate money they won to good causes.

From left to right: Rebecca Augustus, Felicity Augustus, and Emily Cossins

Kenilworth primary school goes ‘way beyond’ to cheer up pupil whose mother fell ill

A Kenilworth woman who fell ill unexpectedly has praised staff at a primary school for going ‘way beyond’ what she would expect to keep her daughter’s spirits up while she was in hospital.

Princethorpe partners celebrate receiving Heritage Lottery funding

Cash boost for ancient Princethorpe woodlands

A woodland project near Leamington has been awarded more than £1million.

James Sadler (far left) and Scott Wilson (far right) with pupils from Cannon Park in Coventry

Kenilworth teens’ online first aid course will teach UK’s children how to save lives

Two young entrepreneurs from Kenilworth are set to achieve their ambition of teaching the nation’s children the essential life skill of first aid.

An artist's impression of what the development could look like

£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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Sam Young. NNL-161128-165104001

‘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.

Dean Sharpe with British Florist Association events manager Sarah Cunningham, who presented him with his gold medal. NNL-161129-153132001

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.

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