Parents to protest against planning application

The Argus: Parents and pupils pictured outside the school

12:30pm Tuesday 24th June 2014

PARENTS will rally at a council meeting in hope of expanding their children’s school - instead of seeing developers build a block of flats next to its playground.

Pupils take to the stage for Fame

The Argus: Pupils take to the stage for Fame

11:08am Wednesday 18th June 2014

PUPILS are set to put on a show bursting with dance and song in their production of Fame.

Students' top STEM awards

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11:30am Tuesday 17th June 2014

ENGINEERING students who developed a water-saving shower and an energy-efficient generator have been recognised at a national competition.

Protesters take to the streets for college

The Argus: Protesters take to the streets

2:00pm Wednesday 11th June 2014

CAMPAIGNERS took to the streets to demonstrate against college cuts.

Primary school places crisis revealed

The Argus: Fewer Brighton and Hove parents get primary school place of choice

11:00am Friday 18th April 2014

The majority of Brighton and Hove’s primary schools are drastically oversubscribed, new figures have revealed.

Boarding school gets damning inspection report

The Argus: Lewes boarding school gets damning inspection report (Pic: Google Streetview)

1:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A private school formerly rated as outstanding has now been deemed “inadequate” following an “emergency” visit by inspectors.

College future 'bright' despite financial trouble

The Argus: College future 'bright' despite financial trouble

12:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

City College Brighton and Hove chiefs are confident of a bright future despite concerns about current financial difficulties.

Failed free school cost taxpayer millions of pounds

The Argus: Sussex free school 'must close', Department for Education says

7:30am Friday 4th April 2014

A failed free school closing today has cost taxpayers more than £3 million.

School one step closer to becoming academy

The Argus: Hove Park School

6:00am Wednesday 2nd April 2014

One of the country's most improved schools has taken a step closer to academy status after governors voted in favour of the move.

Every Brighton and Hove school to be hit by teacher strike

The Argus: Every Brighton and Hove school to be hit by teacher strike (stock pic)

9:03am Friday 21st March 2014

UPDATE: More than 30,000 pupils will be affected by next Wednesday’s teachers’ strike which is expected to close every school in Brighton and Hove.

All Brighton and Hove children given chosen or catchment area schools

The Argus: Varndean School

9:31am Wednesday 12th March 2014

Every child starting secondary school in Brighton and Hove in September will go to one of their top three preferences or a school within their catchment area.

College seeks £1.5m cuts but do not anticipate courses closing

The Argus: City College

2:10pm Thursday 6th March 2014

A college is aiming to make savings of £1.5 million as it sets out its ambition to become number one in the county.

High school musical’s a first-class revival as Hove Park School puts on Grease

The Argus: High school musical’s a first-class revival as Hove Park School puts on Grease

12:00pm Thursday 6th March 2014

Greased lightning came to a school in Hove as a drama team put on a production of the iconic 1970s musical.

Lancing school placed in special measures after damning Ofsted report

The Argus: Globe Primary School in Lancing placed in special measures after damning Ofsted report (Pic: Google)

12:20pm Tuesday 4th March 2014

A school in Lancing has been put into special measures by Ofsted.

New plans for bilingual free school in Hove Park revealed

The Argus: New plans for bilingual free school in Hove Park revealed

10:50am Friday 28th February 2014

New plans to move a bilingual free school from Falmer to a site next to Hove Park in have been revealed.

Argus launches Youth In Action Education Awards

The Argus: Argus launches Youth In Action Education Awards

10:00am Wednesday 26th February 2014

The Argus is hosting an exciting new awards ceremony for the county’s youngsters this summer.

Littlehampton Academy put into special measures after being rated 'inadequate'

The Argus: Littlehampton Academy put into special measures after being rated 'inadequate'

2:00pm Friday 21st February 2014

An underperforming academy has been placed in special measures by Ofsted – just weeks after the school’s principal resigned.

Changes to Worthing schooling system step closer as £30m grant secured

The Argus: Special report: What now for our children over division on issue of free schools?

5:00am Saturday 8th February 2014

Multi-million pound changes to a town’s schooling system are one step closer.

Teachers set to strike, NUT announce

The Argus: Teaching unions vote for national strike

9:57am Friday 7th February 2014

Teachers in England and Wales are to strike on March 26 in a long-running dispute over pay, pensions and conditions, the National Union of Teachers announced today.

Schools’ bid for expansion gets approval

The Argus: Schools’ bid for expansion gets approval

4:02pm Thursday 6th February 2014

Hundreds more students will be enrolled at two schools after plans to expand were approved.

Record-breaking number of children off to Oxbridge from BHASVIC in Hove

The Argus: Record-breaking number of children off to Oxbridge from Bhasvic in Hove

4:00am Friday 31st January 2014

A college is celebrating a record-breaking year for the number of students who have gained a place at the country’s most prestigious universities.

Best GCSEs in years celebrated in Sussex

The Argus: GCSE results day 2013

12:00pm Friday 24th January 2014

Secondary schools across Sussex are celebrating their best GCSE results in years.

Sussex schools GCSE results in tables

The Argus: Sussex teachers hit out at new GCSE rules

12:00pm Friday 24th January 2014

Sussex schools were celebrating their best GCSE results in years.

GCSE results rise in Sussex as official results released

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11:14am Thursday 23rd January 2014

The upward trend of GCSE results in Brighton and Hove’s schools has been confirmed after official figures were released last night.

Brighton and Hove GCSE results table

The Argus: Sussex teachers hit out at new GCSE rules

11:10am Thursday 23rd January 2014

Pupils continued the upward trend in GCSE results as official results from last year were released.

Ex Brighton College head wants rich to pay to send kids to popular schools

The Argus: Ex Brighton College head wants rich to pay to send kids to popular schools

8:14am Monday 20th January 2014

The former head of Brighton College has called on wealthy parents to pay up to £20,000 a year to send their children to the most popular state schools.

Uplands Community College pupils smash early entry grade record

The Argus: Uplands Community College pupils smash early entry grade record

6:00am Friday 17th January 2014

Academic aces have started 2014 in record-breaking fashion by smashing their college’s previous exams achievements.

Longhill School complaint against Ofsted report rejected

The Argus: Facebook ‘must police itself’, says Longhill School head

4:30am Friday 17th January 2014

An official complaint made against an Ofsted report which said a school “requires improvement” has not been upheld.

Teacher from Hove finds fame in BBC documentary Tough Young Teachers

The Argus: Teacher from Hove finds fame in BBC teacher documentary Tough Young Teachers

4:00am Friday 17th January 2014

A geography teacher from Hove has become an unlikely TV star after appearing in the BBC3 reality show Tough Young Teachers.

Unique Ofsted success for West Hove Infant School after expanding on to second site

The Argus: Unique Ofsted success for West Hove Infant School after expanding on to second site

2:00pm Tuesday 14th January 2014

An infant school is celebrating after the “unique achievement” of an outstanding Ofsted rating after expanding on to a second site.

Top lawyer offers to help Sussex University students facing ban

The Argus: Up to 100 jobs will be created by University of Sussex scheme

2:00pm Monday 13th January 2014

One of the world’s leading barristers has stepped in to defend four students who face being thrown out of university.

WITH VIDEO: Flashmob in Brighton to encourage more people into work and training

The Argus: City College

11:30am Monday 13th January 2014

Students made a song and dance of a campaign to get more people into work or training.

Patcham Junior School pulled up by inspectors for weaknesses in standard of teaching

The Argus: Patcham Junior School head teacher Ashley Seymour-Williams

5:30am Friday 10th January 2014

A school has been criticised by inspectors for having “serious weaknesses” in its standard of teaching.

Brighton and Hove schools are doing better than ever but attainment divide is still in evidence

The Argus: Sue Shanks, Brighton and Hove City Council children's and young people committee chairman

3:40pm Friday 13th December 2013

For the second year in a row primary schools in Brighton and Hove have achieved record results.

Sussex free school ordered to close by Govenrment due to poor standards

The Argus: Sussex free school 'must close', Department for Education says

1:29pm Friday 13th December 2013

The Department for Education today said it had told the Discovery New School in Broadfield House, Brighton Road, Crawley, that it must close after expressing "grave concerns about the standards of education" it was offering.

Bid for £750k school all-weather pitch rejected

The Argus: Phelim Mac Cafferty

8:09am Thursday 12th December 2013

A School's plans for a new £750,000 floodlit all-weather pitch will not go ahead.

Special report: What now for our children over division on issue of free schools?

The Argus: Special report: What now for our children over division on issue of free schools?

6:00am Saturday 26th October 2013

Much like Marmite, free schools have a knack of dividing opinion.

Hove head teacher warns of internet dangers

The Argus: Hove head teacher warns of internet dangers

10:39am Thursday 24th October 2013

A head teacher has warned parents of the importance of talking to children about the dangers of the internet – saying children could be exposed to “addictive behaviour, sleep deprivation, unsafe contacts and access to damaging and abusive content”.

School names and shames bad parker

The Argus: Government plans may allow shoppers to park on double yellow lines for 15 minutes

5:00am Saturday 19th October 2013

A school has issued an appeal for a “lady driver” who was “unforthcoming” and “rude” to come forward – and even published a picture of her car parked on double yellow lines.

Bid to preserve old school fields

The Argus: Future of St Aubyn's School in Rottingdean is soon to be decided

1:00pm Friday 18th October 2013

Campaigners are trying to preserve the playing fields of a historic school so it can remain open to the public.

Thousands hit by teachers strike as unions warn more could follow

The Argus: Thousands hit by teachers strike as unions warn more could follow

10:30am Friday 18th October 2013

At least 20,000 of the city’s 26,000 school-age children are estimated to have missed school in the city alone, with tens of thousands more across the county, as an estimated 2,000 teachers took to the streets in protest over Government education reforms.

Have your say: Do you support the teachers strike?

The Argus: Have your say: Do you support the teachers strike?

9:52am Friday 18th October 2013

Some 20,000 children were forced to miss school yesterday after teachers walked out due to a dispute over pay and pensions.

Sussex braces itself for school strikes

The Argus: Members of the NUT and NASUWT are taking action over allegations of 'bullying' at Littlehampton Academy

6:13pm Wednesday 16th October 2013

Hundreds of schools are expected to be close tomorrow as teachers go on strike in a row over pay, pensions and working conditions.

Sir Robert Woodard Academy in Lancing comes out of special measures

The Argus: Sir Robert Woodard Academy in Lancing comes out of special measures

6:00am Friday 11th October 2013

A school is celebrating after coming out of special measures in its latest Government inspection.

Brighton and Hove pupils run more than 7,000km

The Argus: Run the World at Preston Park

5:00am Saturday 5th October 2013

Schoolchildren have completed an epic journey from Addis Ababa to Hanoi after three solid days of running.

Schoolchildren running right around the world

The Argus: Schoolchildren running right around the world

6:00am Friday 4th October 2013

Schoolchildren are two thirds of the way running from Addis Ababa to Hanoi after a soggy day at Hove Park.

Brighton College headteacher urges schools to allow pupils to rate teachers

The Argus: Richard cairns, headteacher at Brighton College, is celebrating record results

12:38pm Thursday 3rd October 2013

A head teacher has said schools should follow in his prestigious college’s footsteps and allow pupils to rate their teachers.

Pupils across Brighton and Hove on marks for Run the World

The Argus: Pupils across Brighton and Hove on marks for Run the World

12:03pm Thursday 3rd October 2013

Schoolchildren have begun their 7,289km mission to run a distance equivalent from Addis Ababa to Hanoi.

Deaf pupil moved from Woodingdean school after claims of bullying

The Argus: Nine-year-old Lacey Nethercott and her mother Michelle

9:35am Thursday 3rd October 2013

A mother has told how her disabled daughter was bullied out of her primary school by a “terrifying” child.

False alarm over photographer targeting young boys outside school

The Argus: False alarm over photographer targeting young boys outside school

7:00am Saturday 28th September 2013

A photographer lurking in a popular park invited young boys to take part in a photoshoot after claiming to be on the lookout for up-and-coming models.

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