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  • Well done Wycliffe Pupils

    By charlotte_j at 15:44 on 24/08/11
    Excellent A level results from Wycliffe College again this year gave students a chance to celebrate despite the downpours last Thursday. The school has maintained a pass rate of 99 per cent and most pupils will be able to make their way to the university of their choice in an exceptionally competitive marketplace. Headteacher Margie Burns commented on the success of her pupils saying: "These are another excellent set of A-level...
  • Help find APT Youth Group a Home

    By Mike_Wrighton at 21:32 on 13/08/11
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    After the cuts that Gloucester County Council made to the youth service across the county, which meant Stonehouse lost all funding and five youth workers, Stonehouse needs to build its youth support service up again. With the added blow of the sale of the youth club in Elm Road a couple of years ago, it is proving a struggle to keep any kind of club going (on very little money). Odell Harding, who works as a strategic youth minister on...
  • Stonehouse School Children Turn Around Councillors

    By Mike_Wrighton at 20:26 on 10/08/11
    Pupils from Park Junior and Infants schools in Stonehouse managed to change councillors' minds with a 300-name petition they collected against eight new homes proposed in Elm Road, next door to their schools. Council planning officers had earlier recommended that the proposal by WJD Developments go ahead, but after the children and their mums went along yesterday to the district council development control committee to put their...
  • Wycliffe Choral Society and Orchestra with Costwold Youth Singers Concert

    By charlotte_j at 19:49 on 06/05/11
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    The two talented ensembles of Wycliffe Choral Society and Orchestra and the Cotswold Youth Singers are performing John Rutter's Mass of the Children this Sunday at Wycliffe College Chapel. Last year, the youngesters sang Carmina Burana and Wycliffe's conductor, Christopher Swain, was so impressed that he was keen to find a work that would show their ability to the full and Rutter's Mass is the...
  • Stonehouse youngsters pass the parcel in dance show

    By watts1980 at 14:22 on 15/04/11
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    Able and disabled dancers worked together to perfect their performance for an annual show. Pupils from Hopelands private and The Shrubberies special schools in Stonehouse rehearsed their pass the parcel-theme routine in readiness for a Gloucestershire Dance gala in Cheltenham. Teacher Karen Perrins said their effort was a piece of contemporary movement. "It showed how everyone can dance, regardless of ability,"...

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