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Children raise hundreds for charity - then enjoy pie!

Children at St Mary Magdalene School, Bexhill, have raised hundreds of pounds for charity.

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Chocolate sculpture will grace Sussex Coast College

Students from Sussex Coast College are set to enjoy a master class in chocolate from TV patisserie expert Martin Chiffers.

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St Mary’s to host 95th anniversary Gala Dinner at Herstmonceux

St Mary’s School and College celebrates its 95th anniversary this year and there’s a programme of special events planned to mark the occasion including a gala dinner at Herstmonceux Castle in the summer.

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Majority of children keen to have lessons on sex and relationships

Children believe they should have school lessons on sex and relationships, a new survey reveals today (Wednesday January 11)

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Rail strikes costing college ‘£500 a day’

Rail strikes are costing Sussex Coast College around £500 a day and having a damaging effect on students’ education, it is claimed.

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The 33rd Hastings Half Marathon will take place on Sunday March 19.

Marathon effort to help provide free books for local kids in need

People keen to shed a few pounds after Christmas are being urged to Join the Hastings Half Marathon Dolly dash to raise cash for a local children’s book charity.

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Run run Rudolph ... St Richard’s pupils raise money for good cause

There was a sea of antlers and red noses when Pupils from St Richard’s School at Bexhill took part in a Reindeer Run to raise £1,000 for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.

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Pupils celebrate different cultures

Although its been a tad chilly in Bexhill of late pupils at St Mary’s School and College have been considering the warmer climes of Australia, the first of many different cultures and places they will be celebrating this term.

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St Richard’s pupils spend festive season raising funds for charity

Pupil’s at St Richard’s School raised thousands of pounds for charity and local good causes in the run-up to Christmas.

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Hastings college students gain experience at luxury five star hotel

Hospitality course students from Sussex Coast College Hastings gained vital experience by spending time at a five star South Lodge Hotel at Horsham.

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Nursery staff praised as ‘good role models’

Staff at Amberley Nursery have been praised as “good role models” for the children in their care.

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Signing teacher at St Mary's School and College Mrs Owen, showing you how to sign merry Christmas and a happy new year. SUS-161220-144200001

School encourages use of sign language this Christmas

Among the many signs of Christmas, St Mary’s School and College is hoping people might find the time to learn a few more: the signs of Christmas carols.

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Ministers are looking into making sex and relationships education compulsory for all secondary school pupils

Sex education must be compulsory in schools

Ministers are looking into making sex and relationships education compulsory in all schools, in a move that would see pupils learning about online pornography, sexting and the issue of sexual consent.

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It’s a kind of Magical Christmas Bazaar at Little Common School

Little Common School was a hive of excitement last Thursday (December 8) as week’s of planning and hard work culminated in the annual Christmas Bazaar.

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Penalty shoot-out raises over £700

Pupils at St Mary’s School and College, Bexhill, teamed up with Martin Brain, a coach from Westfield FC, to run a sponsored penalty shoot-out competition.

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Charters Ancaster Prep and Nursery School Talented young musicians take to the stage

Musical talents were at the fore at Charters Ancaster School, Bexhill last week, as young instrumentalists performed in a concert in one evening and at the school’s Carol Service at St Stephen’s Church the following night.

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Pupils’ gingerbread creations win top prize in decoration competition

Children from Charters Ancaster School won £100 for their school in a Christmas tree decoration competition held by Catsfield Christmas Tree Farm.

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Government criticised over school funding

The government's approach to helping schools balance their budgets has been criticised.

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Starter for sixteen quiz night is a great success for Pestalozzi charity

Pestalozzi Village was buzzing with brain activity last Thursday (November 24) when it hosted its Annual Charity Quiz Night.

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Youngsters takeover school as Pudsey calls in with BBC

Youngsters at Little Common school had plenty to get excited about last Thursday (November 17), not only did they get to ‘Takeover’ the school for the day but Pudsey Bear, accompanied by a BBC camera crew, dropped by.

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