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In praise of learning: Sarah Rickett talks about Salisbury Cathedral's work with schoolchildren

In praise of learning: Sarah Rickett talks about Salisbury Cathedral's work with schoolchildren

The director of learning and outreach at Salisbury Cathedral talks about how the Cathedral works with kids …read more

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Examining the possibilities

As his own teenage children prepare for exams, Salisbury Cathedral School’s deputy head, Andrew Lewin, wonders whether the current education system has got it right …read more



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The much improved Bath Community Academy receives a special visit …read more

The Royal High is 150!

2015 is shaping up to be a jam-packed year of celebration for pupils, staff, alumni and parents at this long-standing Bath school. …read more

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