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New Nantwich primary school could boost SEND places

New Nantwich primary school could boost SEND places

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
The new primary school planned for Kingsbourne in Nantwich could provide additional places for children with Special Educational Needs (SEND).

Members of Cheshire East’s children and families committee heard from acting director of education Mark Bayley that the need for extra provision in the town had been highlighted during the recent consultation.

January 11, 2022
Councillors help Crewe and Nantwich headteachers to acquire devices

Councillors help Crewe and Nantwich headteachers to acquire devices

Labour councillors have offered to support Crewe and Nantwich school headteachers in the fight to secure adequate equipment for home learning during lockdown.

They have created a Facebook Group “Lockdown Laptops for Home Learning in Crewe & Nantwich”, asking local residents to donate unused or unwanted laptops and tablets directly to schools to be distributed to children who require them.

January 13, 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
Hundreds across South Cheshire join protest march over funding formula

Hundreds across South Cheshire join protest march over funding formula

By Jonathan White
Hundreds of families across Cheshire East took part in a protest march in Sandbach against school cuts under the Government’s planned National Funding Formula.

The march was led by campaign organiser and Nantwich mum and teacher Laura Smith.

March 19, 2017