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Loughton school receives Councillor for Children’s Inclusion award

Loughton School has been awarded a Councillor for Children’s Inclusion Award.

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Snow in Milton Keynes

School closures announced after snowfall across Milton Keynes

Several schools in Milton Keynes have already confirmed they will be closed on Monday after Sunday's snowfall across the town.
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Jeremy Ose has a new Spiderman mural at his school

Six-year-old Milton Keynes boy who lost his legs and an arm to meningitis gets Spider-Man hero status

A little boy who lost both legs and an arm to meningitis has become a Spider-Man superhero at his primary school.

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MPMC Georgina Lee

Music bursary winner from Milton Keynes hits the right note

Talented clarinet player Georgina Lee has been selected as this year’s winner of the Christopher Hopkinson Memorial Music Bursary.

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Make sure to get these term dates in your diary

When do the Christmas school holidays start in Milton Keynes?

Christmas half term in Milton Keynes will soon be upon us and here is a reminder of important diary dates for you kids, which every parent needs to jot down.
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Kids take on MK's four top jobs for the day

Kids takeover the four top jobs in Milton Keynes for a day

Eight young people took over four of the top jobs in Milton Keynes - including that of the police chief and an MP - for the national Takeover Day on Friday.

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Bradwell Village Junior School pupils with their award

Milton Keynes schoolchildren receive Outstanding Junior Park Ranger award

Six schoolchildren from Bradwell Village Junior School have been recognised as Outstanding by The Parks Trust’s Junior Park Rangers scheme.

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The pupils from Long Meadow School

Milton Keynes Council chamber taken over by bunch of kids

A bunch of schoolchildren took over Milton Keynes Council chamber for a day - and made a “fantastic” job of it, according to the Mayor.

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Denbigh students spread a little happiness for Christmas

Denbigh students spread a little happiness for Christmas

Central and Eastern European boys and girls will benefit from the generosity of students and staff at Denbigh this Christmas, when they receive shoeboxes filled to the brim with festive gifts and basic items that many people take for granted in their daily lives.

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Pupils make a talking teddy to help Syrian refugee tots settle in Milton Keynes

Pupils make a talking teddy to help Syrian refugee tots settle in Milton Keynes

A teddy bear from a charity shop has proved the key to helping refugee toddlers from Syria settle in Milton Keynes.

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Poster winner  Asami Gynn with sotre manager Stuart Tarry

Milton Keynes schoolchildren remember, remember to be safe on the fifth of November

Pupils at Newton Leys Primary school have been busy designing bespoke ‘firework safety’ posters, which will be displayed in the store ahead of this year’s bonfire night.

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Nine-year-old Milton Keynes girl with autism has not been able to go to school for a whole year

Nine-year-old Milton Keynes girl with autism has not been able to go to school for a whole year

Meet cheeky-faced Meagan Lodge, the girl her mum feels has been branded such a child from hell that she has been kept off school for an entire year.

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Winner: Darren Stawarz

Meet the Milton Keynes Apprenticeship Awards winners

A Wolverton-based business came out on top at The National Apprenticeship Awards for the Midlands.

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Milton Keynes school raises cash to buy a lollipop person

Milton Keynes school raises cash to buy a lollipop person

Four teachers have launched a crowdfunding appeal to pay for their school’s own lollipop person to keep children safe.

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Milton Keynes mum challenges fine for taking her son on holiday

Milton Keynes mum challenges fine for taking her son on holiday

A mum who took her child out of school for a last holiday with his seriously ill grandmother has successfully quashed a £60 fine.

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WATCH: Milton Keynes school appeals for 'superstar' teacher

A caring primary school has made a video plea to find the perfect teacher.

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Village school raises thousands of pounds for Milton Keynes Hospital charity

Village school raises thousands of pounds for Milton Keynes Hospital charity

Hanslope Primary School has raised more than three and a half thousand pounds for Milton Keynes Hospital Charity, with all funds going to the Macmillan Unit at the hospital.

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Milton Keynes MP goes back to school

Milton Keynes MP goes back to school

Mark Lancaster MP went back to the classroom to congratulate the staff at Jubilee Wood School for reaching the finals of the National TES School Awards for 2017.

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Gaming for 15 hours a week improves learning according to new research

Gaming 15 hours a week improves learning

Playing computer games like Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto on a regular basis gives a learning edge over non-gamers, a study found.

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Milton Keynes Scouts hailed heroes after dramatic car crash rescue

Milton Keynes Scouts hailed heroes after dramatic car crash rescue

Three scouts from Newport Pagnell have been hailed as heroes after helping out at a road accident next to their camp.

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