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The latest news about schools and colleges in Preston and South Ribble

Free meals for Preston’s children in last week of homeschooling

Preparing hot food deliveries Pic: Preston Here for Humanity Two local community groups are ensuring children are ready to get back to school by delivering free hot meals during the last week of homeschooling. Preston Here For Humanity and […]

4 days ago
New magazine set to help Preston students with their future career choices

College students across Preston are set to benefit from a new magazine which will help them choose their next career steps. The magazine, launched by Future U, is named ‘The […]

1 week ago
St Cuthberts church in Fulwood set to appear on BBC Songs of Praise

A Fulwood church will appear on Songs of Praise this Sunday morning (21 February). St Cuthberts in Lytham Road will be appearing on two forthcoming editions of ‘Lent Worship’ (which […]

2 weeks ago
Meet the Kirkham teacher using Instagram to help her pupils’ mental health

This is a guest post from Amber Chauhan. If you’d like to write a guest post for Blog Preston, email contactus@blogpreston.co.uk. So far 2021 is not at all what anyone hoped […]

2 weeks ago
Advertisement Advertisement Teachers across Preston and Lancashire are not yet eligible for the coronavirus vaccination

A vaccination being given Pic: Pixabay Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria have confirmed that teachers are not yet eligible for the coronavirus vaccination. In a statement released on Sunday, 14 February, teachers were thanked for the […]

2 weeks ago
Mum praises inclusive Saturday Club being held at Preston’s university

A Chorley mum has praised an arts initiative run by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) for helping her son achieve a GCSE qualification. Jonathan Shuck, who has special educational […]

2 weeks ago
Preston’s coronavirus infection rate is going up again and latest on schools reopening date

A bitterly cold morning in Preston on Thursday 11 February Pic: Tony Worrall Preston’s coronavirus infection rate has begun to lift week-on-week. After some solid declines the city’s infection rate, which is the ninth highest in England, has begun to go back up. […]

3 weeks ago
South Ribble Borough Council to fund e-learning devices for home-schooled children

South Ribble Borough Council is set to spend £20,000 on e-learning tablets for disadvantaged children being home-schooled due to Covid-19. Local families have faced pressure as a result of enforced […]

4 weeks ago
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