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Commonwealth medallist swimmer returns to Doncaster school to show off his silverware

Commonwealth medallist Jarvis Parkinson has returned to his old school to show off his silverware.

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Epworth student Sam Cook in action

Doncaster musicians dominate at the Royal Northern College of Music

Hill House Jazz Orchestra and Concert Band recently took part in The National Concert Band Festival Finals at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.

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A-Level courses will be taught at the Elizabethan Academy in Retford from September as part of a major shake-up for post-16 education in the area.

Retford post-16 education set for major changes to boost local economy

The partnership providing post-16 education in Retford is to relocate its A-level teaching in order to make space for more technical courses and possibly even higher degrees.

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Rob Waltham, MP Andrew Percy, Couns Julie Reed and John Briggs and Sandra Simmons with pupils

Five years on – the success of Imagination Library

A celebration event has been held at Althorpe and Keadby Primary School to mark the success of the council’s book-gifting scheme, the Imagination Library.

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Ben Dickson, plant manager at A Schulman, and Amanda Bouttell, from West Lindsay District Council, with apprentices Connor Pugh and Andy Bone.

Engineering opportunities in Gainsborough for apprentices

Apprenticeship vacancies at some of Europe’s leading engineering companies in Gainsborough are now open for applicants.

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Trinity Academy students Adam Johnston, Cara Dolby, Matthew Thompson, Ryan Cassidy, Liam Sutton, Amy Sykes, Ryan Firth, Sam Bell, Konna Kerrigan and Ewen Keen.

Doncaster academy’s media stars of the future visit BBC

Students from a school in Thorne were featured on the BBC’s main evening news programme on the opposite side of the country last week after being invited to take part in a series of workshops at MediaCityUK, Manchester.

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Specialist Doncaster college provides ‘outstanding’ residential care, says Ofsted

A residential provision for young people who are deaf, hard of hearing or have communication difficulties has received an outstanding rating from education watchdogs.

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These are the 10 degrees that offer graduates the highest paid jobs

10 degrees that could bag you the highest paid jobs

A student is suing her university, claiming that her 'Mickey Mouse' degree has not helped her get a job.

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Doncaster Council hosts events for National Apprenticeship Week

It’s National Apprenticeship Week next week (March 5-9) and Doncaster Council is looking forward to meeting prospective apprentices at events across the borough.

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Doncaster school raises £2,000 for heart surgery fund in support of pupil

Hill House School children, including many from the Isle, have raised a whopping £2,000 for The Children’s Heart Surgery Fund in support of Year 2 pupil, Toby Johns.

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Doncaster schoolboy becomes golf champion

A Doncaster schoolboy has gone a ‘fair way’ in the world of golf.

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Hotel help to boost enterprise at Communication Specialist College Doncaster

From fundraising to supporting enterprise Mount Pleasant Hotel have been a great partner to Doncaster Deaf Trust and Communication Specialist College Doncaster (CSCD) for almost two years.

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Florence Gill

Doncaster student wins place at prestigious US university

A Doncaster student has won a prestigious place at an American university.

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VIDEO: 15-year-old boy lobbying to have homework scrapped in secondary schools

A 15-year-old boy is lobbying to have homework scrapped in secondary schools around the country.

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College raises money in memory of South Yorkshire student who passed away

Students and staff at Dearne Valley College held a charity football tournament and fundraiser in memory of sports student Curtis Allen, who sadly passed away earlier this year.

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Latisha Garbett with her medals

Petite Doncaster teenager is punching above her weight to prove she can fight with the best in Europe

A petite teenager is punching above her weight to prove she can fight with the best in Europe.

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College has its own World Skills UK hero

North Lindsey College has its very own WorldSkills UK Local Hero.

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PICTURES: Christmas fun for Isle children

PICTURES: Christmas fun for Isle children

Epworth’s leading child-care providers put on a special Xmas party for more than 50 of their children with an afternoon of fun held at Belton Pavilion.

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David Rose

Council invest £123,000 into Isle school refurbishment

North Lincolnshire Council has invested £123,000 to renovate St Martin’s C of E Primary School in Owston Ferry to provide more space for pupils and improve facilities.

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Amela with Adam Hogarty and Sian Dudley from Cast, and Abby Chandler from Doncaster Racecourse

Festive jumpers frenzy in Doncaster

It’s that time of year when the most outrageous jumpers are donned to full festive effect.

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