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Nantwich pupils suggest designs for town’s new primary school

Nantwich pupils suggest designs for town’s new primary school

Nantwich pupils have been putting their creative brains to the test to come up with designs for a new primary school in the town.

Youngsters across the local cluster of schools came together to give their views, share ideas and create designs for a new 210-pupil primary school on the Kingsbourne development.

May 31, 2022
Nantwich schools and businesses team up for Jubilee celebration

Nantwich schools and businesses team up for Jubilee celebration

Nantwich schools, businesses and the town’s museum are teaming up for a joint initiative to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Nantwich Educational Partnership (NEP) has approached nine businesses in Nantwich to seek space in their windows to showcase the artistic talents of the town’s young people.

May 20, 2022
Search on for next junior recycling champion in Cheshire East

Search on for next junior recycling champion in Cheshire East

Primary schools in Nantwich are helping Cheshire East find the borough’s next junior recycling champion!

Teachers can nominate a selection of pupils as junior recycling officers.

May 4, 2022
CEC spends staggering £230,000 a week on taxis for school pupils

CEC spends staggering £230,000 a week on taxis for school pupils

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Cheshire East Council spends more than £230,000 a week on taxis taking children to and from school.

Figures obtained by the Local Democracy Reporting Service (LDRS) through Freedom of Information (FOI) reveal the council pays for 887 children to go to school by taxi at an approximate cost of £231,959.67 per week.

April 25, 2022
Acton Primary pupils bring Science Week to life

Acton Primary pupils bring Science Week to life

Inquisitive pupils at Acton CE Primary Academy enjoyed a fun series of Science Week workshops.

Children at the school near Nantwich took part in exciting activities aimed at bringing science to life.

March 29, 2022
Nantwich pupils raise more than £2,000 for Ukraine appeal

Nantwich pupils raise more than £2,000 for Ukraine appeal

Young pupil at St Anne’s Primary in Nantwich put their best feet forward to help raise more than £2,000 for the Ukraine appeal.

The big-hearted children took part in a sponsored run and walk to raise money for the appeal through the charity, CAFOD.

March 26, 2022
57,000 Cheshire East pupils prepare for return amid easing of Covid rules

57,000 Cheshire East pupils prepare for return amid easing of Covid rules

Up to 57,000 pupils will be returning to schools and colleges across Cheshire East in the next week under fewer Covid safety measures.

Almost 180 schools and colleges have been working with Cheshire East staff to agree arrangements following the recent lifting of national restrictions.

August 28, 2021
Stapeley pupils complete community litter pick as restrictions ease

Stapeley pupils complete community litter pick as restrictions ease

Pupils in Stapeley were inspired by a book called “Trash” to complete a community litter pick and tidy up their area.

The Pear Tree Primary year 5 youngsters read ‘Trash’ by Andy Mulligan as their class book last term.

May 24, 2021
15,000 new trees planted in Cheshire East this spring, says council

15,000 new trees planted in Cheshire East this spring, says council

More than 15,000 trees have been planted across Cheshire East in the latest planting season, says the authority.

The council has launched a planting scheme as part of its aim to become carbon neutral in its operations by 2025, and schools like Wrenbury Primary School are helping out.

May 21, 2021
Crewe and Nantwich laptops campaign reaches 100 milestone

Crewe and Nantwich laptops campaign reaches 100 milestone

A Crewe and Nantwich campaign to provide free laptops for schoolchildren during home learning has smashed through the target of 100 devices.

People across the area have donated old devices and a team of volunteers have been collected, repairing, upgrading and preparing them to be handed out to families who need them.

March 6, 2021
“No evidence” primary pupils are Covid super-spreaders, says CEC leader

“No evidence” primary pupils are Covid super-spreaders, says CEC leader

By Ethan Davies, local democracy reporter
There is “no evidence” primary school children are “silent spreaders” of Covid-19, says Cheshire East Council’s leader.

Cllr Sam Corcoran, who made the comment, has also repeated criticism of the government’s NHS Test & Trace service.

January 20, 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
Big-hearted Nantwich pupils raise funds for Foodbank and Georgy’s Fight

Big-hearted Nantwich pupils raise funds for Foodbank and Georgy’s Fight

Big-hearted pupils at Millfields Primary School in Nantwich have been hard at work raising funds for two great causes this term!

Pupils and their families have held a series of fundraising activities in aid of the Nantwich Foodbank and Georgy’s Fight.

November 11, 2020