Category Archives: Education

Angels Day Nursery Official Opening by Anna Soubry MP – 8 July 2016

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WEA Courses in 2015 in Beeston

Nikki Cleaver, WEA Course Organiser, Beeston, Nottingham & Leicester Branches writes: The Beeston branch of the WEA are offering the following courses for adults in and around Beeston from January 15:

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WEA Spring/Summer Brochure Out Now

Nikki Cleaver, Course Organiser, Beeston, Nottingham & Leicester Branches writes: The Spring/Summer 2015 brochure of WEA adult education courses is now out. Courses for New Year in the Beeston area include: philosophy, Theatre going, Digital Tablet technology, creative writing, the … Continue reading

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Broxtowe Signs Training Agreement

A uniqueEuropean Traineeship Exchange Agreement was signed by Broxtowe Borough Council last week to offer five traineeships to students.

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Bramcote Student Wins Prestigious Charity Grant for Summer Health Science Research

A Nottingham student is one of just 14 university students in the UK to be awarded a summer research grant funded by Action on Hearing Loss as part of their Summer Studentship Scheme, which was set up by the charity … Continue reading

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Bramcote Hills Primary School has applied for planning permission to expand

An application has been submitted to construct two new single storey 30 place freestanding classrooms, associated landscaping works and new 2.4m security fencing.  In addition the formation of hard standing for additional 5 car parking bays to access road.  One of … Continue reading

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Beeston Bread-Making Classes

Beginners and improvers welcome. Catholic Church Hall, Foster Ave, Beeston. 10.30am – 12.30pm. £8 per session includes equipment, ingredients and refreshments Tuesday 4th March – Chelsea Buns Tuesday 18th March – Multiseeded Loaf To book a place, phone or e-mail. … Continue reading

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(Free *) Course Leading to Food Hygiene Certificate

*Free if in receipt of benefits.    £40 otherwise.    Food & Hygiene Certificate Level 2 City & Guilds course.    Taking place at The Meeting Place,  22-26 Nottingham Road, Stapleford,  NG9 8AA on Monday 17th & Tuesday 18th February 9.30am until 3pm. 

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Bread making Course

Jill Owen invites beginners and improvers to a course to learn to make bread.  The course starts on Tuesday 17 September 10.30 am to noon at the Catholic Church Hall, Foster Avenue, Beeston and will run on alternate Tuesdays. All you … Continue reading

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Bramcote College Students Have Achieved Record Results at A-Level

Provisional results show that nearly all Bramcote College students secured their first or second choice at University. Ryan Monks secured his place at Cambridge whilst other students were equally successful in their results. Over 26% of grades were at A* … Continue reading

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WEA Courses in Autumn

Nikki Cleaver,Course Organiser, Beeston, Burton Joyce & Nottingham Branches, Calverton & Southwell student groups writes: Please find details of WEA Beeston Branch courses for this autumn- the chaos of the tram works has not stopped us! Our course fees have been … Continue reading

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Free Training for Volunteers & Community Groups

Voluntary Action Broxtowe have been able to come to a partnership arrangement with Broxtowe Borough Council to offer you some FREE training. They will be running four different morning sessions during September.   All courses start at 9.30 for drinks … Continue reading

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News From Nick Palmer, Broxtowe Labour Party Spokesman – 31 March 2013

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

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The Bramcote Schools Enterprise Competition

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

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Primary Teachers Required in Beeston and Stapleford

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

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Prestigious Arkwright Scholarship Awarded to George Spencer Academy Student, Bethany Griffin

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

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News from David Watts, Leader of Broxtowe Liberal Democrats – 1 July 2012

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

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Report on the Park School Meeting Monday 12th March 2012

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:

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Nottingham University May Fest – Open Day 19 May

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.

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Beeston U3A Open Meeting, Thursday 5 January 2012

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

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