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Religious studies teacher from Milton Keynes who downloaded indecent images of children is spared jail

A religious studies teacher who downloaded more than 250 indecent images of children, has been spared jail.

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Pre-school standards in Milton Keynes

Young children from 
deprived backgrounds 
are more likely to meet 
government targets in 
Milton Keynes than they are almost anywhere else in the country.

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'Park Smart' initiative at the Caroline Haslett School

Parents asked to ‘Park Smart’ at Caroline Haslett School in Milton Keynes

The Council’s Road Safety Team has been working with pupils and teachers at Caroline Haslett School in Shenley Lodge to improve safety outside the school.

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Milton Keynes College announces new -elearning course in nursing and midwifery

Milton Keynes College announces new -elearning course in nursing and midwifery

Milton Keynes College has announced the launch of a new online Higher Education access course, specifically designed for students looking to carve a career in nursing, midwifery or social care.

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Milton Keynes students step into top roles for Takeover Day

Milton Keynes students step into top roles for Takeover Day

Six young people took over Milton Keynes’ top jobs for Takeover Day on Friday, a national event led by the Children’s Commissioner for England.

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Schools have installed surveillance software on pupils' own devices, a report has found

Three quarters of secondary schools ‘spying on pupils’ devices

Secondary schools in the UK have installed surveillance software on students’ personal devices, monitoring the kind of websites and apps they are accessing.

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Its true - women really do have better memories than men

It’s true - women really do have better memories than men

In the battle of the sexes, memory – or lack of it – has traditionally played a starring role.

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Milton Keynes school staff get the needle

More than 60 Denbigh School staff rolled up their sleeves and opted to have the flu jab in a bid to help stop the virus and its symptoms affecting its employees.

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Milton Keynes education charity Worktree could be quids in with Grow Your Tenner support

Milton Keynes education charity Worktree could be quids in with Grow Your Tenner support

Worktree is taking part in Localgiving’s Grow Your Tenner match fund campaign, meaning that any donation you make to the charity through its Localgiving page until November 11 will be matched up to £10.

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Milton Keynes teacher on TV after winning national award

Milton Keynes teacher on TV after winning national award

A young Milton Keynes teacher has won a prestigious national award after being nominated by her pupils and colleagues.

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Beanstalk tackles illiteracy at Milton Keynes primary schools

Beanstalk tackles illiteracy at Milton Keynes primary schools

Children’s literacy charity Beanstalk provide dedicated 1:1 literacy support to children in MKs primary schools.

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SMILE! Free Milton Keynes courses to boost the spirits of people with anxiety or depression

A free helping hand is on offer to make people who are feeling depressed or anxious smile again.

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Three quarters of parents think mobiles have negative effect on childrens learning

Three quarters of parents think mobiles have negative effect on children’s learning

Three quarters of parents are worried that using phones, tablets and games consoles is affecting their children’s performance at school.

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Councils fine parents nearly �7 million over childrens school absences

Councils fine parents nearly £7 million over children’s school absences

Councils in England issued almost £7 million worth of fines to parents in a single year for pupils’ unauthorised absences from school, figures show.

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Students in Milton Keynes are above the national average

Figures published by the Department for Education show that students in Milton Keynes are performing above the national average at GCSE level.

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‘Good’ news for Emerson Valley school in Milton Keynes

‘Good’ news for Emerson Valley school in Milton Keynes

Emerson Valley School can officially announce that it is ‘good’ in every category, according to government inspectors, Ofsted.

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Community learning services in Milton Keynes praised in new report

Community learning services in Milton Keynes praised in new report

Milton Keynes Council’s adult education provision has been praised by Ofsted following its most recent inspection.

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Community Learning Milton Keynes praised by Ofsted

Community Learning Milton Keynes praised by Ofsted

Milton Keynes Council’s adult education provision has been praised again by Ofsted following its most recent inspection.

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Milton Keynes RE teacher in court over indecent images of children

The head of religious studies at a city school has been charged for possessing a series of indecent images of children.

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‘Killer clowns’ spotted near Milton Keynes schools’ with knives

‘Killer clowns’ spotted near Milton Keynes schools’ with knives

Chilling sighings of ‘killer clowns’ in the Milton Keynes area have been reported around the city’s schools’ with KNIVES.

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