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No screen for Nene as academy students complete challenges

No screen for Nene as academy students complete challenges

Youngsters at a Peterborough school went screenless for a day to help boost mental health and wellbeing amid online home-schooling.
Business launches fundraiser to give children laptops

Business launches fundraiser to give children laptops

Maria Keating and Andy Thomas of AT Installation services LTD have launched a fundraiser in a bid to get as many laptops as possible to hand out to local schools.
QKA gives students option to sit January exams

QKA gives students option to sit January exams

Students of Queen Katharine Academy have been informed that they can still sit their upcoming BTEC and vocational exams in January if they choose to.
Werrington Fence installation on pause for review into legalities

Werrington Fence installation on pause for review into legalities

Controversial plans to fence off part of a community field in Werrington have been paused while a review of the legal situation takes place.
Have you received one of these winning Christmas cards?

Have you received one of these winning Christmas cards?

Talented young artists from West Town Primary School in Peterborough are celebrating after their success in Christmas card competitions.
Year 13 students' engineering excellence wins Royal Navy challenge

Year 13 students' engineering excellence wins Royal Navy challenge

Greater Peterborough University Technical College (GPUTC), the city's dedicated science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) school, is celebrating a win for Year 13 students in this year's Royal Navy Engineering Challenge.
Queen Katharine Academy to give free breakfast to students

Queen Katharine Academy to give free breakfast to students

Queen Katharine Academy in Peterborough will be offering free breakfast to students as part of the Family Action and Magic Breakfast programme.
'More needs to be done' for students sitting exams next year

'More needs to be done' for students sitting exams next year

Discussions have been raised to push GCSE and A Level exams back by three weeks next summer, which has been widely supported by schools across Peterborough – but there is still a long way to go until things are "back to normal" for students.
Nene Park's home educator sessions re-starting next month

Nene Park's home educator sessions re-starting next month

Nene Park's monthly group for home educated children is set to start up again from November 9 - with a few additional Covid-19 safety measures in place.
Two thirds of locals regret not learning about money

Two thirds of locals regret not learning about money

In a UK-based survey, people living in Peterborough who responded expressed their concern for not learning about finances while they were in education.