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High Peak school’s delight over new sport facility

Chinley Primary School pupils were all smiles as they welcomed High Peak MP Ruth George to their new multi-use games area.

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The 2018 intake open evening is on September 21.

Open evening at Buxton school for prospective parents and pupils

Buxton Community School is holding an open evening for new year 7 students tomorrow (Thursday).

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REVEALED: Parents want teachers to talk to teens about porn

Four out of five East Midlands parents want schools to be talking to young people about issues related to pornography.

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The six-week summer holidays are coming to an end.

Derbyshire County Council doesn't plan on changing six-week summer holidays

Derbyshire County Council says it does not have plans to change the length of school holidays.
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‘Excellent’ GCSE results at Hope Valley College

‘Excellent’ GCSE results at Hope Valley College

Hope Valley College students have celebrated another year of GCSE success.

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Sophie Hargreaves.

Record year for Buxton & Leek College GCSE students

Buxton & Leek College celebrated a record pass rate for GCSE re-sits.

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Jo Johnson, with mum on the left; Rachel Pindar with headteacher Debbie McGloin on her right and her mum on the far right.

New Mills headteacher’s pride at GCSE performance

Amid a backdrop of new exams and higher expectations, pupils at New Mills School have excelled with significant GCSE success.

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GCSE results day at Chapel-en-le-Frith High School. Photos submitted.

Chapel-en-le-Frith High School head hails ‘stunning’ GCSE results

Chapel-en-le-Frith High School has celebrated another set of outstanding GCSE results.

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From left: Lydia Shone, Ffyona Booker, Alex Mason, Charlotte Wardle and Katie Hayward. Photo: Mike Carter.

King’s students seeing stars as they collect GCSE results

High Peak students were seeing stars when they opened their GCSE results at the King’s School in Macclesfield.

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Lady Manners students with their GCSE results.

GCSE RESULTS DAY: Lady Manners students celebrate

The headteacher of Lady Manners School has congratulated his students on their ‘well deserved’ success in this year’s GCSE examinations.

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Pupils will receive their GCSE results today.

GCSE Results: What should you do next?

There will be joy and disappointment for those of young people across the county as they get their GCSE results today - but if you have got the grades you hoped for, don’t panic!

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King's School students William McIlveen, Rhys Bowen, Poppy Kirk, William Thomson and Alexander Welsh. Photo: Mike Carter.

High Peak quintet celebrate A-level success at King’s School

Five firm friends from the King’s School were calling family in the Buxton and the High Peak after acing their A-levels.

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Happy with their results are Grace Spencer, Rose McGowan and Charlotte Winder.

Highfields A-level students ‘a credit to Matlock’

Highfields School students are jumping for joy after celebrating another batch of A-level results.

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Ella Hardwick Allan, Louise Banks and Lydia Westhead with 4 A*s, 6As and 1B between with them.

Hard work pays off for New Mills A-level students

Hard work has paid off for sixth form students celebrating A-level success at New Mills School.

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REVEALED: Five top jobs you don't need a degree for

REVEALED: Five top jobs you don't need a degree for

Didn’t quite get the A-level results you need for university?

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Derbyshire A-level results day - Live

Derbyshire A-level results day - Live

The wait is over for thousands of students as they collect their A-level results today.

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A level results are released tomorrow.

COLUMN: Let's look out for those who don't get the A level grades they want

GCSE and A level results are out soon and for many youngsters there'll be the usual photos of them leaping holding certificates and celebrating but equally for many their worlds will be shattered.

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Derbyshire school spent more than 8 million on supply teachers in the last year.

Derbyshire schools spend more than £8 million on supply teachers in a year

More than £8million was spent on supply teachers and support staff in schools in Derbyshire over the last year.

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The National Union of Teachers says 'more students are becoming disengaged from school'.

More children are being expelled from Derbyshire's schools, shock figures reveal

More than 4,000 children were excluded from Derbyshire schools last year, shock statistics show.
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Mr Lamberton said he knew his sons wouldn't wear their hats or sun cream if they weren't with him.

POLL: Was Derbyshire dad right to keep his children home from school because of the heat?

A Derbyshire dad kept his children home from school on Monday, because of the rising temperatures.

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