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Wrenbury pupils earn Silver Self Care Award with immunisation project

Wrenbury pupils earn Silver Self Care Award with immunisation project

Wrenbury Primary School pupils linked up with a village GP and nursing Home to help achieve their NHS South Cheshire CCG Silver Self Care Award.

The “Immunisation and why we have it” project involved Year 4 children visiting a GP Practice in groups to speak to the GP and staff, hearing why they give vaccinations, the history of immunisation and becoming ‘Vaccine Heroes’.

August 17, 2019
Highfields pupils in Nantwich crowned recycling champions

Highfields pupils in Nantwich crowned recycling champions

Pupils from a Nantwich school have been crowned recycling champions for Cheshire East with their efforts to reduce, reuse and recycle waste.

A record 180 pupils from 50 of the borough’s primary schools took part in the junior recycling officer scheme run by environmental services company Ansa.

July 30, 2019
Wistaston pupils bury time capsule on new Wistaston Brook development

Wistaston pupils bury time capsule on new Wistaston Brook development

School children from Wistaston left their mark on history as they buried a time capsule at the village’s new housing development for future generations to discover.

Pupils aged 5 to 11 from Wistaston Church Lane Academy put a variety of objects in the capsule, from popular toys like Lego, a squishy and slime to a school uniform, coins, letters to their future selves.

July 15, 2019
Highfields Academy Children enjoy cracking Easter fun

Highfields Academy Children enjoy cracking Easter fun

Children enjoyed a range of cracking activities as part of an Easter school holiday club in Nantwich.

Pupils from primary schools across Nantwich and nearby villages were kept entertained during half term at Highfields Academy, Cumberland Avenue.

April 22, 2019
Nantwich pupils gain tips from Crewe Alexandra apprentices

Nantwich pupils gain tips from Crewe Alexandra apprentices

Sporty pupils from two Nantwich primary schools gained playing tips from Crewe Alexandra apprentices at tournaments arranged through Reaseheath College.

The tournaments are part of an assessment for the apprentices, who are studying for an academic qualification at Reaseheath as part of their full time training programme with the club.

April 2, 2019
Stapeley pupils enjoy “Positively Different Week”

Stapeley pupils enjoy “Positively Different Week”

Pupils at Pear Tree Primary in Stapeley took part in a week that lived up to its name!

Staff at the Nantwich school organised and ran a “Positively Different Week” – an off-timetable week of activities which included handling scorpions to orienteering.

March 15, 2019
Cheshire East primary schools show improvement in SATs results

Cheshire East primary schools show improvement in SATs results

Primary pupils in Crewe and Nantwich have helped Cheshire East achieve improved end of key stage results in 2018.

From the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage through to the end of Key Stage 2, schools across the borough have produced outcomes where 18 out of the 21 national indicators have improved in 2018 compared to last year.

August 3, 2018
Hundreds of South Cheshire youngsters enjoy Primary College event

Hundreds of South Cheshire youngsters enjoy Primary College event

More than 1,300 pupils from 32 Cheshire primary schools enjoyed a fun packed week at the 24th Primary College event at Cheshire College – South & West.

The event is designed to provide Primary School children with a chance to see a range of learning and career opportunities available to them beyond the school curriculum.

July 26, 2018
Stapeley school pupils are superhero litter pickers

Stapeley school pupils are superhero litter pickers

Youngsters in Stapeley became superheroes for the day to tackle the scourge of litter near their school.

Year One pupils from Pear Tree Primary School in Nantwich spent the day in the local area picking up rubbish as part of our superhero class topic.

May 14, 2018
Nantwich children warned as pupils risk lives using railway as short cut

Nantwich children warned as pupils risk lives using railway as short cut

A headteacher has warned Nantwich parents after school pupils were pictured walking down the main railway line as a short-cut to and from Brine Leas School.

These images show youngsters walking along the main Shrewsbury to Manchester line close to Stapeley Terrace in Nantwich.

May 11, 2018
Stapeley pupils build winter homes for hedgehogs

Stapeley pupils build winter homes for hedgehogs

Pupils at Pear Tree School in Stapeley joined Nantwich Green Spaces to build winter homes for hedgehogs.

The youngsters from Yellow class teamed up with Doug Butterill on the project.

November 11, 2017
Stapeley pupil honoured for efforts to help homeless people

Stapeley pupil honoured for efforts to help homeless people

A big-hearted Stapeley pupil and her friend have helped to raise more than £150 and collected goods for homeless people.

Daisy Williamson and Mia Meahan teamed up to help raise funds and items for those at the Homeless Centre in Crewe.

October 11, 2017
Public vote opens to find Cheshire’s best young artists

Public vote opens to find Cheshire’s best young artists

A public vote has opened to find Cheshire’s best young artists.

More than 300 pupils entered the new dot-art schools competition and are hoping for votes to see their artwork on display at Mid Cheshire College.

April 3, 2017