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Illawarra Mercury
Olympic sprinter brings torch to former schoolYear 1 students at Stella Maris Catholic Primary School got into the Olympic sp
Olympic sprinter brings torch to former school
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
Year 1 students at Stella Maris Catholic Primary School got into the Olympic spirit yesterday as former Illawarra sprinter, and former Stella Maris pupil, Kylie Hanigan visited to show off her Olympic torch. Year 1 students at Stella Maris Catholic... Read more
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Watford FC
TRUST: Local Schools Represent Watford At National TournamentST GEORGE'S Catholic Primary School and Marlborough Science Academy represented
TRUST: Local Schools Represent Watford At National Tournament
Watford FC / Posted 15 hours ago
ST GEORGE'S Catholic Primary School and Marlborough Science Academy represented the Hornets at the national Premier League Schools Tournament at Everton’s Goodison Park. Pupils from the schools were treated like professional players as they... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Kind-hearted Barrow pupil asks for money for charity instead of giftson Sunday. The eight-year-old Barrow girl was joined by family, friends and me
Kind-hearted Barrow pupil asks for money for charity instead of gifts
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
on Sunday. The eight-year-old Barrow girl was joined by family, friends and members of her school family from St Pius X Catholic Primary School. A number of Year Three pupils from the Barrow school made their first holy communion during the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
18 Darling Downs schools unite in song and danceState School, St Joseph's Culture, The Glennie School, Newtown State School, Fa
18 Darling Downs schools unite in song and dance
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
State School, St Joseph's Culture, The Glennie School, Newtown State School, Fairview Heights State School, Holy Name Catholic Primary School, St Saviours Catholic Primary School, Wilsonton State School, Oakey State School, Pittsworth State... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Great fun for under 8'sIT was a busy day at Mackillop Catholic Primary School with students participat
Great fun for under 8's
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
IT was a busy day at Mackillop Catholic Primary School with students participating in Under 8s week. Activities included a mini disco, biscuit decoration, face painting, sand and water play, beading and a visit from the Queensland Ambulance... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Wrestlers invited to show off skills at school careers eventChildren at St Michael’s Catholic Primary School cheered and clapped as caped s
Wrestlers invited to show off skills at school careers event
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
Children at St Michael’s Catholic Primary School cheered and clapped as caped star Nouseva ‘The Flying Finn’ Kotka and young Childwall talent Seth Skyline from wrestling firm Infinite Promotions showed off some moves today. Peter Burcher, a learning... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Stranger danger warning from schools after 'children approached'Get Surrey is aware of St Mary's CofE School, Byfleet Primary School and St Dun
Stranger danger warning from schools after 'children approached'
Surrey Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Get Surrey is aware of St Mary's CofE School, Byfleet Primary School and St Dunstan's Catholic Primary School all issuing advice to parents this week. St Dunstan's has also highlighted a reported incident of the sibling of a child from the school... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Parents drive gender war in classroomto an online petition started by a Melbourne mum after her young daughter was t
Parents drive gender war in classroom
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
to an online petition started by a Melbourne mum after her young daughter was told she wasn’t allowed to wear pants to the Catholic primary school she attended, as the set uniform for girls is a tunic. With its obligatory hashtag, it was quickly... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Schoolchildren vote to remain in the EU following Commons debatewhatever you think of their standpoint, have done it extremely well." Speaking
Schoolchildren vote to remain in the EU following Commons debate
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
whatever you think of their standpoint, have done it extremely well." Speaking after the debate, Kaleb from St Anne's Catholic Primary School, London, said it was important children were given a voice in the EU referendum debate because... Read more
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guardian-series
School worker pleads not guilty to child grooming chargecentre in Stratford on Thursday (May 19). Mr Baines, 41, worked for Chartwells
School worker pleads not guilty to child grooming charge
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
centre in Stratford on Thursday (May 19). Mr Baines, 41, worked for Chartwells catering in the canteen at St John Fisher Catholic primary school, in Loughton. He pleaded not guilty to the charges at Thames Magistrates’ Court in Bow on Saturday,... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Young performers shine in fairytale musicalbased on the national Young Voices project, the scheme was dreamed up by Paul F
Young performers shine in fairytale musical
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
based on the national Young Voices project, the scheme was dreamed up by Paul Fussell, headteacher of Holy Family Catholic Primary School, who wanted to give the children a chance to perform to a wider audience. He said: "This just gives... Read more
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News Mail
Flashing lights for five new school zones around Bundabergflashing lights to make drivers more aware of school zones. Avoca State School
Flashing lights for five new school zones around Bundaberg
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
flashing lights to make drivers more aware of school zones. Avoca State School, Walkervale State School, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Bargara State School and Bundaberg Christian College will all have lights installed as part of the... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
World Rugby Under-20 trophy continues its tour around Manchester and the regionbusy day of touring with a little help from the snowboarding professionals! Th
World Rugby Under-20 trophy continues its tour around Manchester and the region
Manchester Evening News / Posted 3 days ago
busy day of touring with a little help from the snowboarding professionals! The week culminated in a trip to St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School, Wythenshawe, where World Rugby U20 Championship ambassador Mark Cueto, RFU mascot Ruckley and... Read more
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Daily Star
Whistle stop: Playground ban get slammed as PC madnesswave children back to class Pupils have to watch out for teachers waving their
Whistle stop: Playground ban get slammed as PC madness
Daily Star / Posted 3 days ago
wave children back to class Pupils have to watch out for teachers waving their hands instead. Some staff at St Monica’s Catholic Primary School in Milton Keynes, have criticised the decision to ban the pea-style whistles. Teaching assistant... Read more
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express
Playtime whistle banned in case it ‘alarms’ pupilsto mark a return to lessons and hope youngsters notice. Teaching assistant Pam
Playtime whistle banned in case it ‘alarms’ pupils
express / Posted 3 days ago
to mark a return to lessons and hope youngsters notice. Teaching assistant Pamela Cunningham, who works at St Monica’s Catholic Primary School in Milton Keynes, Bucks, raised the bizarre move in a letter to Country Life magazine. Responding to... Read more
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International Business Times
Milton Keynes school bans teachers' whistles for being too aggressive have been told to look out for teachers raising their hands. The decision has
Milton Keynes school bans teachers' whistles for being too aggressive
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
have been told to look out for teachers raising their hands. The decision has been made by the authorities at St Monica's Catholic primary school in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. The ban came to light last week after a disgruntled teaching... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Road To Rio continues with Halton School Games at Cronton CollegePrimary, Farnworth Church Of England Primary School, St Basil’s Primary School,
Road To Rio continues with Halton School Games at Cronton College
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 days ago
Primary, Farnworth Church Of England Primary School, St Basil’s Primary School, Westfield Primary School, St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School, Our Lady Mother Of The Saviour Catholic Primary School, Saint Gerard’s Roman Catholic Primary And... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
School bansto signal the end of playtime as staff are worried the “aggressive” noise will
School bans
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
to signal the end of playtime as staff are worried the “aggressive” noise will scare children. Staff at St Monica's Catholic Primary School in Milton Keynes must instead raise a hand in the air to get the attention of pupils at the end of... Read more
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Evening Standard
School 'bans whistles because they are too aggressive'children would be "afraid of the noise". Instead of using a whistle to signify
School 'bans whistles because they are too aggressive'
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
children would be "afraid of the noise". Instead of using a whistle to signify the end of breaks, staff at St Monica's Catholic Primary School must instead raise a hand in the air to get the attention of pupils. The ban was revealed in a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents.At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Primary pupils swap uniforms for chef's aprons on healthy eating dayschool children swapped their school uniforms for chef's aprons on a healthy ea
Primary pupils swap uniforms for chef's aprons on healthy eating day
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
school children swapped their school uniforms for chef's aprons on a healthy eating day. The children at St Amand's Catholic Primary School in East Hendred learnt about the benefits of eating well then tried to put their knowledge into... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Plan for more controversial housing causes concernconcerns including additional traffic and congestion and the safety of children
Plan for more controversial housing causes concern
Wakefield Today / Posted 6 days ago
concerns including additional traffic and congestion and the safety of children at nearby Holy Family and St Michael’s Catholic Primary School and Cobblers Lane Primary School. Pontefract North councillor Clive Tennant said phase two of the... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Delighted Hannah Russell is off to Rio Games in September21-storey Olympian Heights tower block at New Central, christened the Hannah Ru
Delighted Hannah Russell is off to Rio Games in September
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
21-storey Olympian Heights tower block at New Central, christened the Hannah Russell Gym. A former pupil of Holy Family Catholic Primary School in Addlestone, and Gordon’s School in West End, Russell’s motto has always been: “It’s ability not... Read more
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The Young Witness
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents.At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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Weekly Times
Country kids welcome city cousinsnot knowing that there’s even dairy farms about,” Alana said.Some 1200 Brisbane
Country kids welcome city cousins
Weekly Times / Posted 7 days ago
not knowing that there’s even dairy farms about,” Alana said.Some 1200 Brisbane students, such as Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Primary School Year 4 students Cooper Guise and Poppi Fraser, got their first taste of Ekka today. Picture: Andrea... Read more
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Kiama Independent
School has plenty to shoot forA KIAMA school has received a valuable assist to help further its basketball pr
School has plenty to shoot for
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
A KIAMA school has received a valuable assist to help further its basketball program. HOOP DREAMS: Ss Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School, Kiama students enjoying learning the skills of basketball recently. Picture: Supplied A KIAMA school has... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Hundreds attend charity football match to watch Barrow police take on fundraisersbreast cancer last October. The 33-year-old mum-of-two was forced to leave her
Hundreds attend charity football match to watch Barrow police take on fundraisers
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 7 days ago
breast cancer last October. The 33-year-old mum-of-two was forced to leave her job as Year Two class teacher at St Pius X Catholic Primary School that month to start treatment at Furness General Hospital's Oncology Unit. Dan Webber, Miss... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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The Border Mail
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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The Courier
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
20 related stories
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The Young Witness
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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Western Advocate
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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Manning River Times
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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The North West Star
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failureDulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the
Schools and pensions suffer from the same policy failure
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
Dulwich Hill Primary gets $9130 of government funds per student, while down the road the privately-run St Paul of The Cross Catholic Primary School gets $9255, plus what it charges parents. At Rooty Hill, Rooty Hill Primary gets $9195 while St... Read more
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Oxford Mail
St Amand's Primary School celebrates after good Ofsted reportAFTER years of missing out on top ratings from inspectors pupils and staff at S
St Amand's Primary School celebrates after good Ofsted report
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
AFTER years of missing out on top ratings from inspectors pupils and staff at St Amand's Catholic Primary School are celebrating following their most recent inspection. The school was rated good by Ofsted- the watchdog's second-highest category-... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Girl aged 6 wins right to wear trousers to school after launching petitionjust six has won a landmark victory allowing her and her classmates to wear tro
Girl aged 6 wins right to wear trousers to school after launching petition
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
just six has won a landmark victory allowing her and her classmates to wear trousers to class. Asha Cariss, a student at a Catholic primary school, was concerned that boys were allowed to wear trousers and girls were not. So together with her mum... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
St Finbarr's reunion at Byron Bay celebrates 100 yearsST FINBARR'S Catholic Primary School Byron Bay celebrates 100 years on Saturday
St Finbarr's reunion at Byron Bay celebrates 100 years
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
ST FINBARR'S Catholic Primary School Byron Bay celebrates 100 years on Saturday and Sunday June 11 and 12, 2016. Past students and their families, teachers, principals, priests and friends are invited to celebrate this centenary. The Sunday... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Catholic school backflips on girls' uniform policy after mother's equality campaignMelbourne mother says her daughter did a "fist pump" when she was told she will
Catholic school backflips on girls' uniform policy after mother's equality campaign
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
Melbourne mother says her daughter did a "fist pump" when she was told she will now be allowed to wear pants to her Catholic primary school following a social media campaign to change its uniform policy. Simone Cariss said the backflip by... Read more
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Perth Now
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools ministerpants at school. Victoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgi
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools minister
Perth Now / Posted 10 days ago
pants at school. Victoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgirl's push to be allowed to wear pants to her Catholic primary school. Grade 1 student Asha Cariss and her mother Simone Cariss have launched an online petition after the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools ministerVictoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgirl's push to be al
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools minister
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
Victoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgirl's push to be allowed to wear pants to her Catholic primary school. Grade 1 student Asha Cariss and her mother Simone Cariss have launched an online petition after the six-year-old's... Read more
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Weekly Times
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools ministerpants at school. Victoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgi
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools minister
Weekly Times / Posted 10 days ago
pants at school. Victoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgirl's push to be allowed to wear pants to her Catholic primary school. Grade 1 student Asha Cariss and her mother Simone Cariss have launched an online petition after the... Read more
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News.com.au
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools ministerVictoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgirl's push to be al
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools minister
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
Victoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgirl's push to be allowed to wear pants to her Catholic primary school. Grade 1 student Asha Cariss and her mother Simone Cariss have launched an online petition after the six-year-old's... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools ministerVictoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgirl's push to be al
Girls can wear pants: Vic schools minister
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Victoria's education minister is backing a Melbourne schoolgirl's push to be allowed to wear pants to her Catholic primary school. Grade 1 student Asha Cariss and her mother Simone Cariss have launched an online petition after the six-year-old's... Read more
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Herald Sun
Uniform policy gets dressing downpetition calling for laws to guarantee school uniform gender equality after her
Uniform policy gets dressing down
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
petition calling for laws to guarantee school uniform gender equality after her daughter Asha, a Grade 1 student at a Catholic primary school she has not named, was refused the right to wear pants like boys in her class because of the school’s... Read more
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The North West Star
Fireworks rattle racehorsethe fireworks that celebrated the culmination of the Saint Kieran’s Mother’s Da
Fireworks rattle racehorse
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
the fireworks that celebrated the culmination of the Saint Kieran’s Mother’s Day Fete. A spokesperson for St Kieran’s Catholic Primary School said all necessary permits had been secured for the fireworks and local residents had been advised in... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Circus says sorry after Walney youngster's noise ordealLeah was woken a number of times during the night on Sunday and in the early ho
Circus says sorry after Walney youngster's noise ordeal
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Leah was woken a number of times during the night on Sunday and in the early hours of Monday morning. The St Columba's Catholic Primary School pupil, who is this week taking her SATs, was disturbed by the noise of Planet Circus staff setting up... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Reading is on the agenda as conference heads to Liverpoollead a session on using quality texts as a core part of English provision; Nico
Reading is on the agenda as conference heads to Liverpool
Liverpool Echo / Posted 13 days ago
lead a session on using quality texts as a core part of English provision; Nicola Stretch, reading advocate at St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School, will discuss developing the physical reading environment, while Jeannie Turner, Reading Recovery... Read more
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