Community Education

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Bottisham Village College
Burwell House
Residential and Conference Centre
Burwell House has been a fantastic venue for a wide variety of residential and non-residential courses for fifty years. Providing a venue for an array of catered and self-catered, taught and self-led, residential and day courses, for children, young people and adults, we offer a flexible service to fulfil a very wide range of groups’ requirements.
The Burwell Bash Annual Folk Music Summer School is held at Burwell House 01638 741256 Burwell House Web Site
Burwell Early Learners
"Burwell Early Learners is a charitable foundation situated in the large, rural village of Burwell, Cambridge. We aim to provide all members of the local community with a safe, happy and stimulating environment for young children to become confident and start to develop many of the skills that they will require when they start school through a play structured approach."
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Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies
One of the UK's leading independent sixth-form colleges, specialising in A-level and GCSE courses
Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies Web Site
Cambridge County Council Schools and Education Site
All about schools and learning
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Cambridge Regional College
"Cambridge Regional College is one of the top 10% of colleges in the country for 16-18 Level 3 student achievement, providing excellent full-time and part-time courses, apprenticeships and Higher Education programmes."
CRC Web Site
FirstSteps School of Dancing

The Gallery Room, Burwell Community Sports Centre Web Site Buntings Path, Burwell CB25 0DD
"The school offers The Royal Academy of Dance syllabus classes for girls or boys from four year of age. Learning ballet and other dance styles encourages children to feel good about themselves."
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For further details contact: Sue Dickinson B.Sc, M.Phil. M.Mus. 07904 931366 01638743557 email www.firststepsburwell.info
FirstSteps School of Dancing Web Site
Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge
Provide full-time AS and A-level courses for approximately 1,700 16-19 year-old students as well as an adult education programme.
Hills Road Web Site
Institute of Continuing Education
Would you like to study with the University of Cambridge but aren't sure where to begin? The Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) offers hundreds of part-time courses for adult learners of all ages, taught by leading Cambridge experts. Options range from weekend courses right up to two-year Master's programmes. Most courses are open to all, and you don't need any special qualifications to apply.
Institute of Continuing Education Web Site
Linton Village College
"Our adult community learning programme provides a variety of affordable and accessible courses that offer something for everyone. The curriculum includes one-day workshops and weekly courses in health and wellbeing, arts and crafts, and languages."
Linton Village College Web Site 01223 891233
Community Education Manager: 01223 890296
Administration: 01223 892400
Long Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge
Another very successful college, where 'the overwhelming majority of students - 16-19 and adult - achieve their aim'.
Long Road Web Site
Maths tutor (primary school up to GCSE)
Musical Tuition
Links to local musical tuition resources
Musical Tuition Page
Private English tuition for all levels and ages
Red House Day Nursery
90 High Street, Burwell, Cambridge, Cambs, CB5 0HD
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01638 741174
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Spring Close Montessori Nursery School
Spring Close Montessori is a 26 place Nursery that operates from the Guildhall, on Spring Close, Burwell.
Montessori Nursery School Web Site
Stagecoach Theatre Arts Schools
The original and largest network of part-time performing arts schools in the world are at Newmarket College on Friday after school- term time for young people aged 4-18years, offering dance, drama and singing - please visit our website for more information.
Stagecoach Theatre Arts Schools Web Site
Step up Learning
Step Up Learning provides safe and professional private maths and English tuition for school age children in Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds.
01638 660044 Step up Learning Web Site
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Announcements on GOV.UK
Press release: Outstanding Gateshead student awarded Lord Glenamara prize

Stephanie Taylor, 16, has been awarded for her academic success and valuable contribution to her local community

Speech: Universities Minister reinforces the civic role of institutions

Chris Skidmore spoke at the launch of the UPP Foundation Civic University Commission's report, looking at the value of universities to their local areas.

News story: Contracts awarded to deliver the first T Levels

Pearson and NCFE have been awarded contracts to deliver the first three T Levels from 2020.

Press release: Improved access to thousands more world class school places

More disadvantaged children will have access to an Outstanding school place as the government launches the second round of the Selective Schools Expansion Fund.

Press release: Minister calls to dispel girls’ misconceptions of STEM subjects

Girls are substantially less likely than boys to consider taking Science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects at A Level

News story: Final round of Strategic College Improvement Fund opens

Bids are being invited from Colleges to apply for funding to help boost standards.

Speech: Education Secretary sets out five foundations to build character

Damian Hinds spoke at the Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership conference about his vision to help children build character and resilience.

News story: Education Secretary sets out vision for character and resilience

Damian Hinds sets out in a speech that character and resilience are as important as academic achievement

Press release: Schools Minister calls on academies to justify 'excessive' pay

Lord Agnew writes to chairs of 28 academy trusts to ask for more details on the pay of executives earning six-figure salaries

News story: One of the largest mental health trials launches in schools

Up to 370 schools to join one of the largest trials in the world to boost the evidence about what works to support mental health and wellbeing

News story: Free speech to be protected at university

New guidance for students and universities will set out the legal rights and obligations to help protect lawful free speech on campuses.

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Proposal for battery energy storage facility
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• Aura Power, a renewable energy developer, is looking to develop a battery-based energy storage system (BESS) on land at Weirs Drove, Burwell

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Proposed Battery Storage Facility - Parish Council Questions and Answers
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Village News
BBC News - Cambridgeshire
Kimbolton Fireworks ceases trading after 55 years
It supplied fireworks for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Grand Arcade death: Man charged with manslaughter
Benyamin Hussain, 18, died in hospital after an alleged fight outside a shopping centre.
Missing cat Peanut found after 10 years in Norfolk
It is thought Peanut the puss had been living "almost as a stray" for a decade after going missing.
The naked women of Britain's churches
Why are churches across Britain adorned with carvings of naked women exposing their genitalia?
A1: Plans unveiled to spend £1.4bn improving Black Cat roundabout
The plans to improve the Black Cat roundabout with the A428 and A421 include a new dual carriageway.
'Move away' Cambridge councillor Donald Adey will not give up pay
Donald Adey, who lives 400 miles from his ward, is the only councillor not to reduce his allowance.
Cambridge time expert fears sundials are 'old hat'
Cambridge academic Dr Frank King says getting young people to love sundials is "an uphill struggle".
Peterborough University delay 'a kick in the teeth'
A Labour councillor says there is "no clear direction" on a new university for Peterborough.
Robber who hit 'frail' woman with brick jailed
Brandon Cliffe tried to steal the 69-year-old's shopping and attacked her when she refused to let go.
Cambridge University recreates 16th Century feather craze hat
Historical fashion experts reproduce a feather hat worn to impress an Emperor's brother.
Matthew Le Mottee wins close-up magician award three years in a row
Matthew Le Mottee completed a feat never seen before in the Magic Circle.

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