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Nantwich teacher’s vintage scooter ride raises St Luke’s Hospice funds

Nantwich teacher’s vintage scooter ride raises St Luke’s Hospice funds

A history teacher from Nantwich turned back the clock to take part in a vintage scooter ride for charity.

Sarah Vaughan, Malbank School and Sixth Form College Head of History, let her hair down and rode her scooter from Nantwich to Tenby and back to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice.

Wybunbury Delves pupils excel in Times Tables Rock Stars contest

Wybunbury Delves pupils excel in Times Tables Rock Stars contest

Pupils at Wybunbury Delves Primary School near Nantwich proved they are “Times Tables Rock Stars” after their performance in a school competition.

In a contest involving several schools, Year 5 Wybunbury youngsters answered a staggering 53,149 questions correctly.

March 6, 2018 0 comments Village News, Wybunbury
Spurstow artist Dee Walker shortlisted for MS Amlin prize

Spurstow artist Dee Walker shortlisted for MS Amlin prize

Spurstow artist and former teacher Dee Walker has been shortlisted for the prestigious MS Amlin Continuity Prize with her painting, The Lake is Deep.

The prize, part of the National Open Art (NOA) competition, is sponsored by MS Amlin, the London-based arm of Japanese global insurer MS&AD.

November 20, 2017 0 comments Bunbury, Burland & Faddiley, Village News
Nantwich firm Connect lands key teaching aid deal with university

Nantwich firm Connect lands key teaching aid deal with university

Nantwich-based training firm Connect has agreed a deal with the Institute for Education at Bath Spa University to use its pioneering training aid, C-Live.

The company, based on Alvaston Business Park, has created C-Live as part of its teacher training programmes from September onwards.

September 18, 2017 0 comments Business, Business
German teacher reveals horror of abuse suffered in Nantwich pub

German teacher reveals horror of abuse suffered in Nantwich pub

A German woman has spoken of her horror after she was verbally abused in a Nantwich pub as she watched a Euro 2016 football match.

Mel McDevitt was with husband Patrick and friend Nicole Mőst, who was visiting from Germany, when the incident happened in The Vine Inn on Hospital Street.

July 5, 2016 3 comments Crime, Human Interest, Incident, News
Nantwich mum launches dance baby sling venture

Nantwich mum launches dance baby sling venture

A Nantwich mum ditched her teaching job to launch a new venture – inspired by her pregnancy!

Kate Barton, 34, came up with the idea of Dance Baby Sling when she was on her nine-month maternity leave as a performing arts teacher.

April 18, 2016 0 comments Business, Business
Nantwich teacher’s brain injury battle raises profile of HIP Cheshire

Nantwich teacher’s brain injury battle raises profile of HIP Cheshire

A former Chemistry teacher in Nantwich has told of his battle against a brain injury – to help raise awareness for Head Injured People group.

Ian Skaiffe revealed what he thought was ‘man flu’ left him fighting for his life with an abscess on his brain.

April 13, 2016 0 comments Charity news, Health, Human Interest, News
Tarporley teacher is new voice of BBC School Report project

Tarporley teacher is new voice of BBC School Report project

A South Cheshire teacher is to be the national voice of a major BBC project.

Tina McMillan, English and Media teacher at Tarporley High School and Sixth Form College, was asked to record the voiceover for a new trailer for BBC School Report

Crewe Lyceum to stage Alan Bennett’s classic The History Boys

Crewe Lyceum to stage Alan Bennett’s classic The History Boys

Alan Bennett’s comic masterpiece The History Boys is to be staged at Crewe Lyceum next week.

The production – recently voted “the nation’s favourite play” – will run from May 5 to 9.

Former teacher, 71, jailed for sexually abusing boys in South Cheshire

Former teacher, 71, jailed for sexually abusing boys in South Cheshire

A pensioner and former teacher who indecently assaulted boys at a school in South Cheshire in the 1970s, has been jailed.

Keith Cavendish-Coulson (pictured) pleaded guilty to 42 counts of indecent assault at Chester Crown Court and was today (November 6) sentenced to 6 years and 9 months.

November 6, 2014 1 comment Crime, News
Nantwich school pays tribute to stabbed teacher Ann Maguire

Nantwich school pays tribute to stabbed teacher Ann Maguire

A school in Nantwich has been flying its flag half mast in honour of Ann Maguire, the teacher stabbed to death in her classroom in Leeds. Brine Leas Academy, on Audlem Road, wanted to pay its respects to the 61-year-old whose death has rocked the country.

April 29, 2014 0 comments Crime, Latest, Schools & Colleges