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Schools hit by strike action

The National Education Union is holding a second day of strikes at Priory School Lewes, Uckfield Community Technology College, St Catherine’s College Eastbourne, Peacehaven Community School and Seaford Head School tomorrow (Thursday May 3).

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New management team appointed after college merger

The East Sussex College Group, the new group formed by the merger between Sussex Downs College and Sussex Coast College Hastings, has appointed a new management team.

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Nathan (left) and Brendan Harris have both benefited from the service

Outcry over proposals to cut East Sussex music service

‘Think again Bob.’

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Sussex students demand compensation over strike

Students at the University of Sussex have launched legal action over lost teaching time after a 14-day strike by university staff.

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East Sussex teachers set to strike over pay

East Sussex teachers set to strike over pay

East Sussex teachers are set to strike next week.

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College merger creates new ‘group’ with more than 18,000 students

Sussex Downs College has now officially merged with Sussex Coast College Hastings to form a new ‘college group’ with more than 18,000 students and an annual turnover of £52 million.

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Dealing with exam stress

How to do deal with exam stress

Thousands of young people across Sussex are no doubt frantically revising ahead of sitting their GCSE or A-Level exams this summer.

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When do parents in East Sussex find out about primary school places and can I appeal?

Parents in East Sussex will soon be finding out whether their child has been given a place at one of their preferred choices of primary school.

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Get a Grip school attendance campaign leads to ‘signs of improvement’

A controversial campaign to tackle poor school attendance in East Sussex has led to ‘early signs of improvement’, according to the county council.

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University of Sussex. Photo: Google Street Maps

Multi-million pound economic contribution from University of Sussex

The University of Sussex adds £343 million a year to the economies of Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex, says a new independent report.

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Council eyes land for new special school in Hailsham

Council eyes land for new special school in Hailsham

The council is considering land for the location of a new special school in Hailsham.

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East Sussex teachers hold strike ballot

Teachers in East Sussex are being balloted on plans to take strike action next month.
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Students stand with striking staff at Sussex University

University of Sussex students have halted construction on university grounds by occupying a building on site and say they will not leave until their demands are met.
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Students from Kings Academy in Ringmer visited Plumpton College and enjoyed a breakfast. Picture: Plumpton College

Students enjoy breakfast at Plumpton College

Year 8 students from Kings Academy in Ringmer visited Plumpton College on February 21, to find out and take part in the country’s biggest celebration of Breakfast – Shake up your wake up.

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National Apprenticeship Week: 'It’s really exciting working individually or as part of a team to create stories'

To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week we asked our apprentices to talk about their experiences.

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National Apprenticeship Week: 'Every day is a new challenge'

To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week we asked our apprentices to talk about their experiences.
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National Apprenticeship Week: 'I feel like a valuable member of the team'

To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week we asked our apprentices to talk about their experiences.
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Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week

It is National Apprenticeship Week and here in our newsroom we are fully behind it.

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SLIDESHOW: World Book Day in pictures

Children got into the spirit of World Book Day yesterday by dressing as their favourite fictional characters.
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A school in East Sussex was among 48 victims of faurd, the City of London Police revealed

REVEALED: East Sussex school among fraud victims

An East Sussex school was among the victims of a nationwide school fraud operation that resulted in the total loss of more than £145,000, according to the City of London Police.

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