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Milton Keynes primary school forced to cancel sports day after illegal travellers camp on field

A primary school has been forced to cancel its sports day today after dozens of travellers set up camp illegally on the sports field.

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Milton Keynes children’s home for youngsters with autism faces closure

Milton Keynes children’s home for youngsters with autism faces closure

A children’s home that houses just five youngsters full-time has been earmarked for closure by Milton Keynes Council.

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Students from Milton Keynes inspired by university research project

Students from Milton Keynes inspired by university research project

Students are pondering their future work opportunities since participating in a project which gave them an insight into the career possibilities that exist in research and in the sciences.

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REVEALED IN PICTURES: Furious parents hit out after Catholic school staff post pictures of themselves swigging booze in Milton Keynes play park

Would it worry you if your child’s teacher was swigging cider in a Milton Keynes play park?

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Gemma Carr

Baby Rosie’s first swim inspires mum to launch classes for tots in Milton Keynes

A new mum is launching an award-winning baby and toddler swim programme in Milton Keynes.

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Expansion celebrations at Russell Street School

Expansion party time for Milton Keynes pupils

Children at Russell Street School celebrated the final phase of the school’s expansion with dancing and cakes at their very own expansion party.

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Eat, Sleep, dance and repeat as Milton Keynes students prepare for summer show

Eat, Sleep, dance and repeat as Milton Keynes students prepare for summer show

College students at a city dance studio are limbering up to take to the stage for their summer show.

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Charles MacDougall at St Paul's Catholic School

Milton Keynes students hit all the right notes with help from Charles

A visit from a renowned British tenor ensured sweet sounds resonated from the Music Department at St Paul’s Catholic School before the half term break.

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MPMC Broughton Fields Primary School

Milton Keynes primary school receives £500 donation to boost funds

Broughton Fields Primary School in Milton Keynes has received a £500 donation from housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.

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Evie Smith

Purpose-built dance school in Bletchley is simply FAB

A new dance school, First Avenue Ballet (FAB), will be opening its doors in Bletchley, on Monday, June 4, in purpose-built premises.

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Bailea Sturges-Mills, winner of ZipYard Royal Wedding teddy competition

Budding fashion designers from Milton Keynes help teddies sparkle like Markle

They are too late to bag themselves an invitation to the royal wedding but two new city pupils are thrilled to have won a competition which required them to design a regal outfit for their teddy bear.

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James Walsh

Education ranger for Milton Keynes parks wins national accreditation

A member of The Parks Trust’s Outdoor Learning Team is celebrating being recognised as an Accredited Practitioner by the Institute for Outdoor Learning.

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Eleanor Tyler and Sophie Hargreaves

Pupils from Long Meadow send their love to Harry and Meghan

Youngsters at Long Meadow School got in the royal spirit on Monday to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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Radcliffe School is leading the fight against plastic pollution

Milton Keynes school leads the way in flushing out plastic water bottles

A school has pledged to buy reusable water bottles for each of its 1,300 pupils in a bid to reduce the plastic mountain.

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Pupils from one of the top schools in Milton Keynes banned from Waitrose for bad behaviour

Pupils from one of the top schools in Milton Keynes banned from Waitrose for bad behaviour

Pupils from one of the best secondary schools in Milton Keynes have been banned en masse from a neighbouring Waitrose store due to shoplifting and bad behaviour.

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Milton Keynes girl, 10, self harms and “wants to be dead” after bullies taunted her about ‘spaghetti hair’

Milton Keynes girl, 10, self harms and “wants to be dead” after bullies taunted her about ‘spaghetti hair’

A mother has told how her 10-year-old daughter turned to self- harming after bullies persistently dubbed her “spaghetti hair”.

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Lord Grey school

Bletchley school students make the Top 10 in national performance tables

Lord Grey Sixth Form A-Level students have achieved excellent results and gained good ‘Value Added’ scores compared to other schools in health and social care.
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You, Me, Together

Performing arts helps Milton Keynes pupils focus on mental health and wellbeing

A performing arts initiative is getting pupils in our schools talking about mental health and wellbeing.

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St Paul's Catholic School pupils with their Poetry Games books

Creative pupils from Milton Keynes have work published in poetry competition

Pupils at St Paul’s Catholic School are proud to be able to call themselves bona fide poets after having their words published in a book as part of a competition run by Young Writers.

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Little Ashes Pre-School

Celebration open day for pre-school at Great Brickhill

Little Ashes Pre-School is celebrating its 50th anniversary with an open day on Saturday, May 12, 11am until 1pm, at Great Brickhill Parish Hall, to raise funds for their children’s ‘wish list’.

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