CHILDREN at a Shoreham school were greeted with a riot of colour on Monday morning, following a successful yarn bombing weekend.
Last week saw the official departure of Year 11 students at Chailey School.
West Chiltington School was awash with colour on Saturday May 11, as children greeted and crowned their May King and Queen before taking part in traditional May Pole and country dancing at their annual May Fair.
MORE than 200 children and adults used pedal power to raise around £4,000 for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.
There was something close to the bone about a best selling crime writer recounting murder and mayhem whilst sitting in the same room where Winston Churchill and Lloyd George discussed the terms of the Armistice to end the Great War.
It felt as if a touch of this week’s Chelsea Flower Show had come to Balcombe when a new pond was officially opened at the village school.
An eight-year-old aspiring playwright will see her work brought to life by professional actors.
Teachers were given ‘stars’ for their outstanding work as Mid Sussex’s biggest school received a regional award for the quality of its teaching.
A SHOREHAM school has been putting its mission statement into action this spring, with young and old working together to complete the second phase of a long-term plan.
STUDENTS at Shoreham Academy are celebrating after securing a place in the final of a prestigious competition which encourages youngsters to find innovative ways to help people save water, energy and money.
Thomas the Tank Engine fans will enjoy a special event at Beech Hurst Garden’s miniature railway this Saturday.
Steyning Grammar sixth formers and Jolesfield Primary pupils join forces to learn more about French life
A little bit of France came to England when the pupils at Jolesfield Primary School, Partridge Green, thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity not only to practise their spoken French but also to learn more about French life and culture in an authentic setting.
“JOURNEY to outstanding” became the theme for the official opening of Shoreham Academy on Friday, thanks to Olympic bronze medallist Alex Danson.
Amberley First School children have an exciting new addition to their playing fields, a Red London Bus to provide a great reminder of last year’s Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics.
SOUTHWICK pupil Esmé Jarvis has bagged a big prize in an arts competition.
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HARD work, good deeds and sheer determination were celebrated at Steyning Grammar School on Friday.
A Horsham-based nursery has been awarded outstanding in all areas by Ofsted after only six months in their new premises.
A jubilant primary school in Pulborough is getting ready to make way for more pupils after permission was granted by the council to develop a large extension.
Students received skills awards in a big ceremony.
When Aneurin Bevan launched free healthcare in 1948 two of the items available through the NHS were false teeth and wigs.
A critical meeting to iron out the final details in a pioneering scheme to give Barns Green a new school funded by 69 homes has been hailed a major success.
Sixth form musicians have become the first to perform inside Holy Trinity Church in Hurstpierpoint after the completion of its re-development.
STALLHOLDERS are being sought for the Upper Beeding Primary School and Village Fête in June.
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Saturday 25 May 2013
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