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London Olympic medalist comes to Selwood

The 2012 Olympic Judo Bronze medalist and past World Champion, Carina Bryant, visited Selwood Academy on the morning of Tuesday 14th October  to encourage pupils to raise money for the…

Frome schools prepare for ‘Carbon Countdown’

Frome Schools are being invited to join Frome Town Council’s new ‘Carbon Countdown’ programme.  The programme will offer local schools a free energy audit of buildings and operations alongside energy…

Autumn brings a cornucopia of learning for adults in Frome

Frome Community Education has some intriguing new items on the agenda for this autumn’s classes which started on 22nd September.  This home-grown social enterprise is always looking for new ways…

New staff at Oakfield Academy

Oakfield Academy had cause to celebrate recently, after a visit from HMI, Steffi Penny.  The visit outcome was that Oakfield has implemented rapid change, in response to the last Ofsted…

Critchill School’s Summer Playscheme a “success”

THIS month’s summer playscheme at Frome’s Critchill School was deemed a triumph by the organisers. The four-day scheme ran from Monday 4th August to Friday 8th. It offered a range…

Growing demand from overseas families for special schools in Frome area

North Hill House School in Frome and Somerset’s other Priory school, Mark College in Highbridge, have launched a new web portal to meet the growing demand from overseas families. The…

Somerset Skills & Learning rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted

SOMERSET Skills & Learning, which provides learning courses for adults, was awarded a ‘Good’ rating in last month’s Ofsted inspection. The service operates from Frome Community College and the Saxonvale…

Frome students transform Eastern European orphanage

Frome students transform Eastern European orphanage

TWELVE young learners from the Priory’s Farleigh Further Education College in Frome have helped to transform a Bulgarian orphanage, housing 50 children aged between four and 18 years. The young…

The Steiner Academy Frome waves goodbye to Wiltshire

At the close of two busy and lively years in the  village of Corsley, the Steiner Academy Frome finished its final term on the site of the Victorian schoolhouse on…

Critchill School Learn to Lead Gold Award

Critchill School have become the first school in the UK for students with special educational needs to achieve ‘Learn to Lead Gold Award’ Status. Learn to Lead is a whole…