Wednesday, November 14, 2018
School Matters

School Matters

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A fitness enthusiast has returned from the British National Taekwondo Championships with a silver medal. Ikrah, who attends Canon Burrows Church of England Primary School...

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As well as the many local charities and community projects who gain financially from Rotary fundraising events, all the local Rotary clubs in the...

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The Greggs Breakfast Club Programme was established in 1999 to help primary school children get a nutritious start to their school day. That’s why housing...

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Ultimate Dodgeball is a universally appealing sport that everyone can play. If you can catch, throw or dodge then you can play dodgeball! And...

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As part of Hyde Community College’s inspirational guidance to encourage more students to excel in the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, five...

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Tense rivalry was on show yesterday (September 18th 2018) as 7 local primary schools came together at Hyde Community College to take part in...

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As any junior football coach will tell you, young players can learn so much by watching senior players perform on the pitch. For any young...

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Shuhaney, a year 9 student at Hyde Community College has been diagnosed with Spastic Diplegia, a form of cerebral palsy, which means she has...

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Tameside Rotary distributed ‘Dictionaries for Life’ to year six pupils at St. Georges’ C of E Primary School, Hyde, at their School Assembly last...

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Longdendale High School students demonstrated their respect and professionalism as they gave back to the community on Monday 9th July. They celebrated a Community...