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First, happy Easter! It seems unseasonal to be writing to you today, but it’s a busy life and it’s easier to do it when there’s a bit of spare time to think. 1. Nick Palmer’s Blog / 2. Education Controversy - … Continue reading
Anna Soubry MP, Councillor Stan Heptinstall MBE and Ken Bird Retired Chemical Engineer attended Bramcote Park Sports, Business and Enterprise School this morning to award Certificates to the Pupils of the school who had entered a Competition to create a … Continue reading
Connex Education works with a variety of primary schools in and around the area of NG9 and are currently looking to register teachers to meet the high supply demands from schools in this area. They are able to offer a … Continue reading
Nick Platts, Curriculum Leader for Design Technology/DoS,George Spencer Academy and Technology College writes: I wanted to share with you Bethany Griffin’s fantastic success. It would be great if we could recognise this in our local media and so inspire other … Continue reading
1, School Terms, 2. Beeston Carnival, 3. High Speed Internet, 4. Roadwork’s, 5. Summer Reading Scheme, 6. Police Mounted Section, 7. Public Transport Improvements, 8. Football for Children With Disabilities, 9. Art Exhibitions, 10. Carers Emergency Service, 11. Award Winner, … Continue reading
Jo Bird and colleagues write to report the meeting at the Park School to discuss the poor performance in GCSE’s on Monday 12th March:
On 19 May The University of Nottingham is opening its doors to the local community for a community open day, May Fest. Looks like a fun day out. Have a look at this Web Site Mark it in your Diary.
The next open meeting of Beeston U3A is on Thursday 5 January 2012 starting at 10.30am at Chilwell Road Methodist Church, Beeston. Val Bird will be giving a talk ” The effects 0f WW1 on the people of Bramcote”. There will also … Continue reading
Nikki Cleaver, Course Organiser, WEA writes: The spring/summer 2012 WEA brochure of courses for adults is now available containing details of courses running through until June 2012. It is available from local libraries, by phoning 0115 962 8416 or Visiting www.weaeastmidlands.org You … Continue reading
St. Michael’s Church Centre, Church Street, Bramcote Thursdays from 1pm to 3pm. £3 per session – including refreshments. The Internet is not just for the young - have all your worst fears of computers blown away; we will have you … Continue reading
An Exhibition is celebrating 100 years since the publication of D.H. Lawrence’s 1st. published novel ‘The White Peacock’ in his hometown of Eastwood. The exhibition will run at the Durban House Heritage Centre until Sunday 30 October. The White Peacock was set … Continue reading
Details of the WEA Courses in Beeston that start in September can be found by clicking the links below.
Bramcote Park Drama Department Needs You!-Simon Theobald, parent and Deputy Chair of Governors presented plans for Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the refurbishment of the school hall. He called for help specifically with Phase 1. Please see Simon’s Power Point … Continue reading
Nottinghamshire County Council is planning to spend £100 million refurbishing schools over the next four years and Bramcote Hills College, where the buildings have been in need of repair for some time, is included.
Looking for a cheap but high quality break this spring / summer? Join us at St John’s Nottingham for a stimulating spring or summer school!
For those who want a concentrated experience of listening training. This is a short skills-based course for those who want to become better listeners. It includes plenary sessions, small groups, and plenty of listening practice in twos and threes. It … Continue reading
The publication of the Performance tables by the Department for Education has placed the two schools of the Federation in the top 20% of secondary schools in Nottinghamshire