World Cup in a day at Poulner Junior School

Bournemouth Echo:

3:00pm Thursday 17th July 2014

ENGLAND might have failed dismally to make their mark on football’s greatest event, but school pupils did much better when Poulner Junior School staged the entire World Cup in a day.

From inadequate to outstanding – Queen’s Park Academy celebrates latest Ofsted report

Bournemouth Echo:

11:00am Monday 14th July 2014

CELEBRATIONS are under way at a Bournemouth school rated as outstanding by government inspectors.

'Build new primary school on site and a child could be killed'

Bournemouth Echo:

5:20am Friday 11th July 2014

Residents fear a child could be killed if a new primary school is built on a proposed site in Boscombe East.

New classrooms for Catholic primary opened by Wimborne canons

Bournemouth Echo:

12:00pm Friday 11th July 2014

A NEW building for children at a Wimborne school was officially opened yesterday by two canons from the local community.

UPDATE: Teachers' strike: see which schools are closed in Dorset

Bournemouth Echo: East Lancashire teachers could strike again

10:30am Thursday 10th July 2014

List of schools that will be open, partially open and closed on Thursday's day of strike action

– Dance and drama performance picks up top honours for LeAF Academy

Bournemouth Echo:

3:00pm Thursday 10th July 2014

A moving dance and drama performance inspired by a real-life tragedy has seen the LeAF Multi-Academy Trust pick up top performing honours.

Lighthouse announces eclectic season of performances

Bournemouth Echo:

10:01am Thursday 10th July 2014

TRADITIONALLY the home of small-scale or experimental drama, the Studio at Lighthouse in Poole has another eclectic mix of performances for theatregoers this autumn and winter.

Fancy dress day remembers popular school assistant

Bournemouth Echo:

9:58am Thursday 10th July 2014

A popular teaching assistant at a West Moors school was fondly remembered when pupils took part in a dress up and dance day, pictured.

Bournemouth secondary school makes ‘rapid progress’ says Ofsted

Bournemouth Echo:

9:55am Thursday 10th July 2014

A BOURNEMOUTH secondary school has made rapid progress since it was ordered to improve two years ago, according to government inspectors.

£1.2m funding to help ease school places crisis in Christchurch

Bournemouth Echo:

10:00am Monday 7th July 2014

MORE than one million pounds will be put towards alleviating the school place crisis in Christchurch – with classrooms to be put at Twynham School.

Parents urged to make plans for children as teachers to strike for third time

Bournemouth Echo:

1:00pm Friday 4th July 2014

THOUSANDS of children will miss lessons next week when teachers walk out of their classrooms for an unprecedented third time in a year.

We’ve just got £2m! School celebrates funding boost

Bournemouth Echo:

3:00pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

STUDENTS at a New Forest school are celebrating a £2m government funding boost.

Building stars of tomorrow – trainees scoop awards for decorating skills

Bournemouth Echo:

2:00pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

TALENTED construction trainees from Bournemouth and Poole College won major titles at the recent Skillbuild contest.

Top of the class – the oversubscribed school rated “outstanding” by Ofsted

Bournemouth Echo:

1:00pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

AN OVERSUBSCRIBED infant school has come top of the class following a recent inspection.

Beach celebrations for Bournemouth AU graduates

Bournemouth Echo: CELEBRATING: Graduates on the beach

2:00pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

HUNDREDS of fresh graduates flocked to Bournemouth Beach yesterday to formally toast their successes.

Mother of Amy Winehouse welcomes drug and alcohol initiative in Bournemouth schools

Bournemouth Echo: FOUNDATION: Janis Winehouse has hailed a new awareness initiative coming to schools

10:00am Saturday 28th June 2014

THE MOTHER of pop star, Amy Winehouse is hailing a new drug and alcohol awareness initiative coming to Bournemouth secondary schools.

Primary school children ask MP to back education for all campaign

Bournemouth Echo: Pupils and MP Tobias Ellwood show their support for the International  Send All My Friends to School Campaign

3:00pm Thursday 26th June 2014

BOURNEMOUTH East MP Tobias Ellwood joined hundreds of primary school pupils in their bid to highlight the urgent need for education for children across the world.

Bournemouth after-school club nominated for national award

Bournemouth Echo: FUN: Children at an after-school gardening club at the Jewell Academy with co-ordinator Chris Brown

3:12pm Thursday 26th June 2014

THE finalists for the prestigious What’s On 4 2014 Junior Awards have been announced – and Bourne-mouth’s Jewell Academy is one of them.

Memorial garden aims to ease pressure on young people

Bournemouth Echo: GROWING FAITH: Rector of Wimborne Minster, Rev Vanessa Herrick, blesses the garden

3:10pm Thursday 26th June 2014

A NEW memorial garden at Wimborne’s QE School was bathed in glorious sunshine for an official opening ceremony.

Bourne Academy to get new prinicpal

Bournemouth Echo: ROLE: Mark Avoth

11:00am Thursday 26th June 2014

A NEW principal has been appointed and will take the helm at The Bourne Academy in January 2015.

Aspiring mechanics go under the bonnet after car donated

Bournemouth Echo: FIXERS: From right, mechanic instructor Nick Downs, Adam Brown and Holly McMullen, both 16,  and Martyn Akehurst from Trent’s Garage

9:15am Friday 20th June 2014

A SCHOOL in Turlin Moor has seen students excel in their studies thanks to the support of vehicle recycling and parts experts in Poole.

Students' busy bees win them national enterprise award

Bournemouth Echo: MONEY IN HONEY: Students Lucy Cox-O'Rourke, Danielle Noke, Maya Dixit, Anna-Louise Graham, Katie Butcher, and Edlina Prior

2:00pm Thursday 19th June 2014

FOUR Bournemouth students are flying high after their beehive enterprise won them a prestigious national award.

Teenager is first to complete woodland management course

Bournemouth Echo: Willow Melia receives his certificate

2:00pm Thursday 19th June 2014

A Hampshire teenager has become the first student to complete a two-year introduction to woodland management course run at Hoburne Bashley in the New Forest.

Bright spark to test her brain power at prestigious summer school

Bournemouth Echo: CHOSEN: Ingrid Jiang

1:00pm Thursday 12th June 2014

TALENTED New Forest teenager Ingrid Jiang is one of a select few chosen for a prestigious summer school at Cambridge University.

Meet the woman set to take Bournemouth University global

Bournemouth Echo: NEW ROLE: Dr Sonal Minocha

1:00pm Thursday 12th June 2014

A NEW pro vice-chancellor for global engagement has joined Bournemouth University (BU).

Indian cinema comes to whole new audience with unique film festival

Bournemouth Echo: GRITTY DRAMA: A scene from South Indian thriller Vidiyum Munn, shown as part of AUB’s South Indian Film Festival

11:00am Thursday 12th June 2014

A COLLECTION of South Indian films never before shown to a Western audience were premiered at a film festival in Bournemouth last weekend.

Meet the new head teacher at the helm of Poole Grammar School

Bournemouth Echo: ‘DELIGHTED’: Poole Grammar School’s new head teacher Andy Baker

1:00pm Tuesday 10th June 2014

POOLE Grammar School has appointed a new head teacher to replace Ian Carter who retired last Christmas.

Help give deafblind people a holiday to remember, urges volunteer

Bournemouth Echo: FUN: Student Andy Skinner volunteers with Sense Holidays for deafblind children and adults

12:00pm Friday 6th June 2014

BOURNEMOUTH University student Andy Skinner is calling on the public to help make holidays possible for deafblind children and adults.

Four students on cycle mission to raise funds for trip to Ecuador

Bournemouth Echo: Adam Primmer, Aidan Cuttler-Crawford, Rhys Moore-Haines and Ben Nott

2:00pm Thursday 5th June 2014

FOUR Bournemouth students are gearing up for a 15-mile bike ride to raise funds for a charity trip to Ecuador.

Get well soon: students’ artwork to help support stroke patients in their recovery

Bournemouth Echo: Students take handmade artwork to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital stroke unit

12:00pm Thursday 5th June 2014

HIGHCLIFFE School students presented hand-made artwork to patients in the Royal Bournemouth Hospital’s stroke unit for use in gardening therapy sessions.

Kitchen safaris to wheelchair basketball - there’s something for everyone at Festival of Learning

Bournemouth Echo: -

10:45am Thursday 5th June 2014

HANDS-ON entertainment for all the family will be available during Bournemouth University’s Festival of Learning, which starts on Monday.

Revealed: the three sites earmarked for a new secondary school in Poole

Bournemouth Echo: HOPES: The Jellicoe site

6:00am Wednesday 4th June 2014

THREE sites have been earmarked in the town as Poole considers the possibility that by 2018 it could need a new secondary school.

School pupils help celebrate re-launch of environment award

Bournemouth Echo: ENVIRONMENT: Children make their own bird feeders

1:00pm Monday 2nd June 2014

GREEN fingered youngsters from Poole schools have helped celebrate the re-launch of the Schools’ Environment Award.

Bournemouth student meets fashion legend Jimmy Choo at national competition

Bournemouth Echo: WINNER: Beth Conway collects her prize from Jimmy Choo

12:00pm Thursday 29th May 2014

BOURNEMOUTH student Beth Conway met fashion legend Jimmy Choo when she won the runner-up prize at a prestigious national competition.

Pupils enjoy new tyre park playground thanks to Lottery grant

Bournemouth Echo: PLAY TIME:  Pupils at Parley First School love their new tyre park

10:28am Thursday 29th May 2014

PARLEY First School pupils are enjoying a new playground area thanks to an award from the Big Lottery Fund.

Former Bournemouth School for Girls student wins furniture design competition

Bournemouth Echo: Former Bournemouth School for Girls student wins furniture design competition

10:25am Thursday 29th May 2014

FORMER Bournemouth School for Girls student Olivia Gibbs has been named as the winner of a furniture design competition.

Ground-breaking ceremony at Bournemouth University's new International College building

Bournemouth Echo: Ground-breaking ceremony at Bournemouth University's new International College building

10:11am Thursday 29th May 2014

A ground-breaking ceremony has been held at the site of Bournemouth University’s new International College building.

Germaine Greer visits Bournemouth University for talk on contemporary feminism

Bournemouth Echo: Germaine Greer

10:08am Thursday 29th May 2014

LEADING feminist Germaine Greer visited Bournemouth University to give a public lecture.

Purbeck teacher scoops prestigious silver Pearson Teaching Award

Bournemouth Echo: Purbeck teacher scoops prestigious silver Pearson Teaching Award

1:50pm Thursday 29th May 2014

A TEACHER from The Purbeck School has won a prestigious silver Pearson Teaching Award.

Green thinking students invited to enter recycling competition to win festival tickets

Bournemouth Echo: Bournemouth Daily Echo logo

12:00pm Thursday 29th May 2014

ENVIRONMENTALLY conscious students in Bournemouth are being invited to enter a competition for the chance to win their way to Reading or Leeds Festival this summer.

Secret donation gives Bransgore Primary pupils life-saving defibrillator

Bournemouth Echo: Bransgore Primary School receiving the defibrillator

11:00am Thursday 22nd May 2014

AN anonymous donor has given funding to provide Bransgore Primary School with its own life-saving defibrillator.

Top pitches on future study subjects by Bournemouth students praised at Oxford University

Bournemouth Echo: WINNERS: The Year 10 students from Harewood and Avonbourne colleges who attended the University of Oxford

11:00am Thursday 22nd May 2014

SOME of Britain’s brightest students could one day be studying subjects devised by Bournemouth teenagers.

UPDATE: Head teacher of troubled St Aldhelm’s Academy quits post

Bournemouth Echo: MINOR IMPROVEMENT: Headteacher of St Aldhelm’s Academy, Cheryl Heron

2:50pm Wednesday 21st May 2014

THE head of a troubled Poole school has left her post with immediate effect.

Sweden bound – the student’s taking their production of Shakespeare comedy on tour

Bournemouth Echo: SWEDEN BOUND: Some of the cast from the Ringwood Waldorf School’s production of A Midsummer's Night Dream

1:00pm Sunday 18th May 2014

STUDENTS at a New Forest school will be visiting their teacher’s homeland of Sweden to tour their production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

“Outstanding” – school placed in special measures five years ago has dramatic transformation

Bournemouth Echo: Children from nursery to year six, celebrate with, from left, deputy head Sarah Rempel; head of school, Helen Janda;  executive principal Dr Annetta Minard and assistant head, Catherine Inglis

10:00am Saturday 17th May 2014

A BOURNEMOUTH primary school, deemed to be failing five years ago, has undergone a “phenomenal” transfor-mation to be declared “outstanding” in all areas.

Tres’ bon: “inspirational” language teacher recognised for 20 years of service

Bournemouth Echo: BRAVO: Joy Jermy, right, gets her award from Colette Hallam, founder of La Jolie Ronde

11:00am Friday 16th May 2014

A POOLE-born teacher has been recognised and honoured with a 20-year service award for her contribution towards teaching languages.

Students off to Cannes after winning European advertising contest

Bournemouth Echo: WINNERS: Laura Merchan McAulay, Florence Evans, Cameron Black and Marta Cownburn Cuesta

2:00pm Thursday 15th May 2014

A TEAM of final year students from Bournemouth University have beaten competition from across Europe to win an advertising competition.

Hill View Primary: creative atmosphere encourages children to learn

Bournemouth Echo: PRIDE: Head teacher Amanda Jones with students

11:10am Thursday 15th May 2014

CREATIVITY is evident within every corner of Hill View Primary.

Two schools chosen as National Teaching Schools in boost for Dorset education standards

Bournemouth Echo: WELCOME NEWS: From left, are Alex Burgess, 18, Sophie Haskell, 12, head Dr Terry Fish, Oliver Levick, 11, and Casidhe Edwards, 17

3:00pm Tuesday 13th May 2014

EDUCATION standards across Dorset have received a huge boost with the announcement that two more learning centres have been appointed National Teaching Schools.

Cherries star Elliott Ward visits pupils to teach importance of healthy lifestyle

Bournemouth Echo: Bournemouth star Elliott Ward with youngsters from Kingsleigh Primary School

11:09am Thursday 8th May 2014

AFC Bournemouth player Elliott Ward visited Kingsleigh Primary School to teach pupils about the importance of a healthy lifestyle as part of a joint initiative with LV=.

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