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Riders take to the saddle for their annual fundraiser

Riders take to the saddle for their annual fundraiser

The sixth St Anne's Bike Ride is taking place this weekend, and sees 21 current and former parents and governors riding 185 miles from Wilmslow to Blenheim…
Students host election debate whilst public hustings will take place tomorrow

Students host election debate whilst public hustings will take place tomorrow

Students at Wilmslow High School had the opportunity to hear from and put their questions to the candidates who are standing in next month's General Election.…
Parents to sit down in protest against school budget cuts

Parents to sit down in protest against school budget cuts

Parents and school community members are holding a 'picnic in the park' sit-down protest against the government's proposed school budget cuts. Fair Funding…
Jumanah's superhero makes big impression in national competition

Jumanah's superhero makes big impression in national competition

A Year 7 student from Handforth was a runner up in a national Lego competition. Jumanah, who attends Alderley Edge School for Girls, has recently learnt…
Mock Trial team heads to national final again

Mock Trial team heads to national final again

Wilmslow High School have won both the local and regional heat to secure a place in the national finals of the Magistrates' Mock Trial competition. This…
Council officers to start issuing fines for parking illegally outside schools

Council officers to start issuing fines for parking illegally outside schools

Local schools currently have School Keep Clear markings outside, which means that only the police can carry out enforcement where an obstruction is caused.…
Pupils rise to the bake off challenge

Pupils rise to the bake off challenge

Local school children were invited to take part in a Wilmslow Bake Off competition as part of this year's Food & Drink Week. Schools were each asked…
Football: Year 8 cap successful season with cup win

Football: Year 8 cap successful season with cup win

The Year 8 football team from Wilmslow High School battled the elements – snow, hail, thunder, rain and sunshine – on the afternoon of Tuesday,…
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92% granted first choice of primary school

92% granted first choice of primary school

Cheshire East Council has worked with local schools to offer first preference places for more than 92 per cent of primary school applicants this year.…
Mock trial team raise the bar in national final

Mock trial team raise the bar in national final

The Bar Mock Trial team from Wilmslow High School competed in the National Final at the Royal Courts of Justice, for the sixth time in recent years. Over…
Wilmslow student selected for England netball squad

Wilmslow student selected for England netball squad

A Year 10 student from Wilmslow High School who has played netball since primary school has been selected to play for England. Josephine Fraser-Thomson…
Wilmslow students aim high

Wilmslow students aim high

Four students from Wilmslow High School have received offers to study highly competitive courses at the most prestigious universities. Wilmslow High School…
Trampolinists are jumping for joy

Trampolinists are jumping for joy

Twenty one Wilmslow High School students enjoyed another hugely successful day at the national schools' trampolining finals in Gateshead on Saturday.…
Lindow triumphs in Cheshire hockey tournament

Lindow triumphs in Cheshire hockey tournament

Lindow Primary School, representing Macclesfield District in the Cheshire and Warrington Quicksticks Hockey Tournament, triumphed after a thrilling afternoon's…
Osborne takes campaign for fairer funding to Education Secretary

Osborne takes campaign for fairer funding to Education Secretary

With local schools set to lose over £1.8 million from their annual budget by 2019 under the Government's new funding formula, the campaign is continuing…
Additional places made available at Wilmslow High School

Additional places made available at Wilmslow High School

Across the borough Cheshire East Council offered first preference places for more than 93% of secondary school applicants this year, which was down 2%…
MP pledges to support school's campaign for fair funding

MP pledges to support school's campaign for fair funding

Tatton MP George Osborne called a meeting of Cheshire East heads and governors from within the Tatton constituency to discuss the proposed changes to…