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Nantwich teenager to compete in Open Mic UK grand final

Nantwich teenager to compete in Open Mic UK grand final

Nantwich singing sensation Sinead D’Abreu-Hayling has made it through to the national finals of the UK Open Mic competition.

The 17-year-old former Brine Leas and Pear Tree Primary pupil has won through to the grand final after stunning judges with her classical music voice.

January 15, 2018
Tributes paid as Nantwich lung transplant youngster Elle Morris dies

Tributes paid as Nantwich lung transplant youngster Elle Morris dies

Courageous Nantwich schoolgirl Elle Morris, who underwent a double lung transplant while fighting cystic fibrosis, has died.

The tragic news emerged just days after her heartbroken mum Becky revealed that specialists could not find a way to cure an infection she was suffering.

January 3, 2018
Nantwich pupils’ pigs win top prizes at livestock show

Nantwich pupils’ pigs win top prizes at livestock show

Nantwich pupils studying agriculture at Reaseheath College, selected pigs which went on to take top prizes at a premier livestock show.

Year 10 pupils, aged between 14 and 15, chose six Large White x Landrace pigs for entry into the Staffordshire and Birmingham Agricultural Society’s Winter Fair.

December 20, 2017
Brine Leas performers earn £1,000 towards Venice trip

Brine Leas performers earn £1,000 towards Venice trip

Christmas has come early to friends in a Nantwich school choir and band after receiving a £1,000 donation towards their trip to Venice.

The money, donated by The County Group, means Brine Leas School Choir and its Concert Band, can look forward to a trip of a lifetime next summer.

December 13, 2017
Nantwich organisations boosted by Yorkshire Building Society fund-raising

Nantwich organisations boosted by Yorkshire Building Society fund-raising

Nantwich organisations and charities have been boosted by donations from Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation.

The firm’s Nantwich members have helped to raise money which has benefited the Wingate Special Children’s Trust, Brine Leas School student Harrison Lunt (pictured) and Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.

November 11, 2017
Hundreds of youngsters enjoy Brine Leas School ‘Activity Day’

Hundreds of youngsters enjoy Brine Leas School ‘Activity Day’

Brine Leas School in Nantwich opened its doors to 250 pupils from years 5 and 6 throughout Crewe and Nantwich for its annual ‘Activity Day’.

Youngsters opted for a range of practical activities – from making chocolate creatures to ceramic animals, to developing CSI skills in the laboratory, to designing, making and launching their own rockets.

October 12, 2017
Headteachers and council chiefs ‘cautious’ over latest Government schools funding plan

Headteachers and council chiefs ‘cautious’ over latest Government schools funding plan

Council chiefs and headteachers in South Cheshire have given a cautious welcome to latest Government plans for schools funding.

Education Secretary Justine Greening unveiled the latest national funding formula plan this week.

September 16, 2017
Brine Leas celebrates GCSE success under new grading system

Brine Leas celebrates GCSE success under new grading system

Students and staff at Brine Leas in Nantwich are celebrating an excellent set of GCSE results.

It’s the first set of results under the new style 9 to 1 grades.

August 24, 2017
Malbank and Brine Leas students celebrate strong A level results

Malbank and Brine Leas students celebrate strong A level results

School staff and pupils in Nantwich are celebrating after another strong performance in A level results by Malbank and Brine Leas.

Many students are now lining up places at top universities around the country after picking their results today.

August 17, 2017
Brine Leas School could pot £10,000 of paint in national competition

Brine Leas School could pot £10,000 of paint in national competition

Brine Leas School in Nantwich is in the running to scoop £10,000 of paint in a colour and design makeover national competition.

The Audlem Road school hopes to brush off its competitors to win funds to give its foyer and entrance hall a much-needed lick of paint.

July 10, 2017
Nantwich school ‘safe’ after cladding checks, says headteacher

Nantwich school ‘safe’ after cladding checks, says headteacher

A Nantwich headteacher says he has been reassured his school is safe after rigorous checks were carried out after the Grenfell Tower fire disaster.

Andrew Cliffe contacted developers who worked on refurbishing parts of Brine Leas School and erecting new buildings to check cladding was safe.

June 27, 2017
Nantwich head launches school cladding inquiry after Grenfell Tower disaster

Nantwich head launches school cladding inquiry after Grenfell Tower disaster

A Nantwich headteacher is investigating cladding used on his school buildings, in light of the Grenfell Tower disaster which claimed more than 70 lives.

Andrew Cliffe, head of Brine Leas School on Audlem Road, says he has asked “questions” about cladding on a number of buildings on his site in wake of the tragedy.

June 22, 2017
Nantwich student becomes internet star after grilling David Cameron

Nantwich student becomes internet star after grilling David Cameron

A young Nantwich student has become an internet sensation overnight after a BBC video of him grilling former Prime Minister David Cameron went viral.

Max Parry was filmed questioning Mr Cameron who was visiting Nantwich to support Conservative candidate Edward Timpson’s election campaign.

May 12, 2017