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David Hoare HEART Academies Trust chair of trusteesvideo
The new chairman of trustees at HEART Multi Academy Trust (MAT), David Hoare, has said the past few months of turmoil have given them a chance to create stronger relationships...
Rushmoor School
The Rushmoor and St Andrews Schools Alliance is celebrating today after being granted planning approval to build on land off Clapham Road and Manton Lane. However, local...
Mark Rutherford race car
On Tuesday 2 April, year 7 students from Mark Rutherford School took part in the regional finals of the Race for the Line competition at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford.
Great Ouse Primary School
Great Ouse Primary Academy has been awarded £2000 from their local Amazon team, as part of a campaign led by the British Science Association to inspire local pupils to embrace STEM.
David Hoare HEART Academies Trust chair of trustees
Heart Academies Trust has appointed a new independent chair of trustees who they say will "give (them) an enormous advantage in helping (them) become a...
Dylan Hartley and BMS Year 4 boys
Year 4 boys at Bedford Modern school were visited by England Rugby Co-Captain, Dylan Hartley for a training session last week. He then answered questions and gave...
Pi day at Rushmoor School Bedford
Pupils at Rushmoor School joined maths fans around the world on 14 March to celebrate International Pi Day and raise money for Comic Relief.
Cotten End Forest School and Preschool opening March 2019
A brand-new forest school and preschool has opened in Cotton End just outside of Bedford and will look to embrace outdoor learning alongside its standard curriculum...
Bedford School Firevideo
It's a typical day at Bedford School, quiet with just the faint murmur of school boys in their lessons. But 40 years ago the scene was very different. On 3 March 1979...
Pupils from Queens Park Academy had an out-of-this-world experience when they got their hands on rare samples of billion-year-old moon rocks and meteorites on Monday 18 February.