Video: Albion ace helps Brighton children with numeracy

Primary school students learning English and maths at the Amex stadium were given a boost with a special video message from Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club star Liam Rosenior.

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Hove nursery is one step ahead when it comes to sustainable travel

Children, parents, carers and staff from Footsteps Nursery are celebrating, after being recognised for their efforts in encouraging walking and cycling around the city.

Save Our Schools campaigners in Brighton and Hove

‘Save Our Schools’ campaign to hold launch event in Brighton and Hove

A group of Brighton parents are protesting the government’s £3 billion cuts to education with the ‘Save Our Schools’ project.

Principal Simon Charleton and learner Tara Wilkinson

Principal’s plans to boost college

A new principal says he will give monthly updates on plans to improve his college after inspectors criticised teaching and management.

Headteachers Richard Bradford (Dorothy Stringer School), Ashley Harrold (Blatchington Mill School)  and Rob Reed (Hove Park School)

Headteachers speak out over ‘bleak’ school funding plans

Brighton and Hove headteachers have written to the city’s MPs over ‘mounting fears’ on the future of school funding.

John Weeks who will take over as Brighton College Pre Prep Headmaster (Photograph: Liz Finlayson/Vervate) SUS-170321-144759001

Brighton College prep school welcomes new headmaster

An award-winning headteacher is to take the helm at Brighton College Prep School, where he first started his teaching career.

Children at Fairlight Primary School are helping to tackle food waste

Students help to tackle food waste in Brighton and Hove

A food waste detective team has been asking school children what they like about their school dinners with the aim of reducing food waste.

The panel at the Sallis Benney Theatre

Parents’ call to save our schools

Parents, teachers, activists and educational experts gathered together on Tuesday evening to slam government cuts to schools in Brighton and Hove.

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Event for talented young musicians in Brighton and Hove

A new string festival for young musicians was held in the city at the weekend, with another event being held this Saturday (March 18).

Backpack and lunch box sets, �27.98, Becky & Lolo,

Perfecting packed lunches

Nutritionist Sue Crabtree gives Charlotte Harding some ideas for the perfect packed lunch.

Worth Less? campaign for fairer funding

School funding campaign spreads to East Sussex, Essex and Cornwall

The Worth Less? campaign for fairer education funding is no longer just a West Sussex affair.

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University of Sussex (Photograph: N Chadwick/Creative Commons Licence) SUS-170117-154510001

Sussex University top in worldwide rankings for development studies

The University of Sussex is the best place to study development studies in the world, beating Havard, Oxford and Cambridge to the top spot.

Celebrating the achievements of more than 100 higher and advanced apprentices at Chichester Cathedral last year

Guinness World Record attempt in National Apprenticeship Week

During National Apprenticeship Week, from today until Friday, The Big Assembly will attempt to set a Guinness World Record.

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57 pupils in the Dorothy Stringer and Varndean catchment were not given places at either school

Improvement for secondary school allocations in Brighton and Hove

The majority of children in Brighton and Hove will go to their preferred secondary school, with 84 per cent getting their first choice.

Downs View School is set to expand and 'merge' with the Cedar Centre (which will close under the council's plans)

Special school ‘mergers’ to see three sites close

Brighton and Hove councillors are to discuss creating three ‘centres of excellence’ for children with special needs next week, but it means three of six school sites are likely to close.


COUNTY NEWS: Pupils join nationwide virtual flash mob to help sick little girl

Schoolchildren are being signed up for a flash mob style charity event, culminating in a nationwide simultaneous performance.

Learnning about sea safety (Photograph: Liz Finlayson/Vervate) SUS-170224-122804001

Brighton children learn about ‘safety by the sea’ with RNLI

Children at a Kemp Town school learned about the work of lifeboat charity the RNLI last week.

James as a toddler with Kim at Ruth's graduation

Proud parents recreate graduation photo two decades on

It was a picture perfect moment as Kim Morris picked up his son for his graduation photograph – 22 years after being snapped holding him as a toddler at mum’s graduation.

Praise and Oladapo Akinlotan

A proud graduation day for students from University of Brighton

Praise Akinlotan gave her dad a congratulatory cuddle at his graduation during University of Brighton awards ceremony yesterday (Thursday February 9).

Artist sketch of one of the new labs in the proposed Life Sciences building (Photograph: Brick Visual)

New science building at university gets the go ahead

A new state-of-the-art Life Sciences building at the University of Sussex has been given the thumbs up by city planners.

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