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Special school head teacher retires after 38 years

Saturday 24th July 2021

Jane Jones was the headteacher of the Shrubberies School for 17 yearsRead full story...

 

Championship return fixtures confirmed

Friday 23rd July 2021

Somerset's bid for a first County Championship title will resume against Nottinghamshire when the second phase of the competition gets under way...

 

The best secondary schools in Gloucestershire

Thursday 22nd July 2021

The Real Schools Guide 2020, compiled by Reach's data unit, aims to give a far more comprehensive picture than traditional league tablesRead full story...

 

Gloucestershire school closure updates as Covid cases rise

Monday 19th July 2021

Cases have been confirmed in schools across the countyRead full story...

 

Somerset win to deny Glos T20 Blast quarter-final spot

Sunday 18th July 2021

Birmingham Bears, Hampshire Hawks and Sussex Sharks seal quarter-final spots with big wins in the T20 BlastRead full story...

 

Glos last eight hopes in balance - T20 Blast round up

Friday 16th July 2021

James Vince keeps Hampshire's T20 Blast qualification hopes alive while Somerset and Yorkshire seal their places in the last eight...

 

Latest on how schools are being affected by Covid

Thursday 15th July 2021

Which schools are keeping children off todayRead full story...

 

Benjamin Jesty: The unsung hero of vaccination

Wednesday 14th July 2021

Edward Jenner is credited with inventing the vaccine but his method was pioneered by a Dorset farmer...

 

County Championship: Hampshire close in on crucial win against Gloucestershire

Tuesday 13th July 2021

Nick Gubbins' first century for Hampshire and wickets from Mason Crane put them on course for a vital win against Gloucestershire...

 

Health chief's message to parents ahead of schools breaking up

Tuesday 13th July 2021

Fewer pupils are being expected to have to isolate when new guidance comes into effect next monthRead full story...

 

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