Post Tagged with: "Brine Leas"

Pupil hit by car on busy Peter De Stapleigh Way in Nantwich

Pupil hit by car on busy Peter De Stapleigh Way in Nantwich

A teenage pupil was injured after being hit by a vehicle as he crossed the busy Peter De Stapleigh Way road in Nantwich.

The 17-year-old, believed to be a Brine Leas School student, was crossing at a cut-through from the Stapeley Gardens estate on his way to school when the accident happened.

October 13, 2021
Nantwich’s Bryony Page secures second Olympic medal

Nantwich’s Bryony Page secures second Olympic medal

Former Brine Leas student Bryony Page claimed her second Olympic medal after she won bronze in the women’s trampolining final earlier today (July 30).

Page, who trained at Wingate Centre in Wrenbury as a youngster, was a silver medallist at Rio in 2016.

July 30, 2021
Nantwich student crowned “college champion” ahead of 12,000

Nantwich student crowned “college champion” ahead of 12,000

A Nantwich student is among those crowned “Cheshire College Champions” from almost 12,000 across the county.

Former Brine Leas School student Ella Swindley was one of four A Level learners named as a “Champion” by the College with campuses in Crewe, Chester and Ellesmere Port.

June 28, 2021
Nantwich Foodbank “drop and go” event hailed huge success

Nantwich Foodbank “drop and go” event hailed huge success

Organisers of the fifth “drop and go” in aid of Nantwich Foodbank have hailed the event a massive success after almost two tonnes of food was donated.

The sun shone for the 10 Food Festival volunteers who ran the collection at Brine Leas School in aid of the town’s Foodbank clients.

March 29, 2021
School bus collides with van outside Brine Leas School in Nantwich

School bus collides with van outside Brine Leas School in Nantwich

A school bus collided with a van parked outside Brine Leas School in Nantwich today.

No pupils were on board the bus at the time of the crash, and it’s believed no one was injured.

March 24, 2021
Nantwich Food Festival to stage Foodbank “drop off” spring event

Nantwich Food Festival to stage Foodbank “drop off” spring event

Nantwich Food Festival volunteers are to stage a spring “Drop-off and Go” collection event in aid of Nantwich Foodbank at Brine Leas School.

Residents can drop off donations at Brine Leas car park on Saturday March 27 between 10am-1pm.

March 21, 2021
New community podcast launched for young people in Nantwich

New community podcast launched for young people in Nantwich

Young people in Nantwich will be exploring a range of topics as part of a new podcast project.

Students from Malbank and Brine Leas High school will work with RedShift Radio, an online community radio station, and will be taught new podcasting skills around research, productions, presentation and promotion.

March 20, 2021
Nantwich teacher’s joy as stem cell donor could save her life

Nantwich teacher’s joy as stem cell donor could save her life

A Nantwich woman dealt a devastating blow when a life-threatening condition returned, has been told a donor has been found.

Overjoyed Brine Leas teacher Steph Thompson has just received the best possible news as she prepares for another battle against Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML).

March 17, 2021
Nantwich heads praise community response to volunteer plea

Nantwich heads praise community response to volunteer plea

Nantwich headteachers have praised the response of the community after appealing for help to deliver mass Covid testing of pupils on site.

David Cole, head of Brine Leas Academy, and John Harrison at Malbank have been working over Christmas to plan for the testing after the Government announced new return dates and mass testing requirements.

January 4, 2021
Nantwich headteachers appeal for help to deliver mass Covid testing

Nantwich headteachers appeal for help to deliver mass Covid testing

Headteachers in Nantwich are appealing for volunteers to help them carry out mass Covid testing when secondary schools return in January after the Christmas break.

Brine Leas and Malbank heads David Cole and John Harrison today contacted all parents to launch the appeal.

December 18, 2020
Nantwich headteacher hits out at Government plans over staggered January return

Nantwich headteacher hits out at Government plans over staggered January return

A Nantwich headteacher has hit out at Government announcements to “stagger” the return of secondary schools in January. Education Secretary Gavin Williamson announced the plans today – on the day schools break up for a two-week Christmas holiday. Mr Williamson said secondary schools and colleges will “operate a staggered return, offering all non-exam year groups full-time remote education, as close[Read More…]

December 17, 2020
Food Festival donation event for Nantwich Foodbank hailed huge success

Food Festival donation event for Nantwich Foodbank hailed huge success

A Nantwich Food Festival “Advent” donation event in aid of the town’s Foodbank has been hailed a major success after filling NINE vans full of food and gifts

Scores of residents dropped by throughout the day at Brine Leas School on Saturday with their generous donations, despite the terrible weather.

December 1, 2020
Young Wistaston singer Cathy Jain releases new single

Young Wistaston singer Cathy Jain releases new single

Brine Leas student Cathy Jain has released her new single ‘Green Screen’.

The talented 16-year-old from Wistaston wrote the single from her bedroom, and the alt-pop song explores an imagined reality and desire to feel something.

November 25, 2020