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Take two: another aspect of the late Brian Ashley's energetic Marlborough area life

15 Feb 2020 Declan Selby

Brian Ashley's vision and entrepreneurial spirit was not confined to conceiving the iconic Marlborough College Summer School or leading Marlborough's Jazz Festival (see marlborough.news obituary, February 11).

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Chilton Foliat Primary School celebrates ‘good’ Ofsted report

14 Feb 2020 Sue Round

Pupils and staff at Chilton Foliat Primary School are celebrating after the school was rated ‘good’ following a recent Ofsted inspection.

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St John’s Academy declares a climate emergency

14 Feb 2020 Sue Round

On January 31 St John’s Academy declared a climate emergency.  This follows on from the UK government’s declaration (the first government to make such a declaration) in May last year.

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Using a laptop computer, tablet, desktop? Pretty easy really - Marlborough St Mary's will show you how

13 Feb 2020

Confused by technology?  What to do when your laptop, desktop, iPad or even phone seems to develop a mind of it's own and doesn't do what you want?  Answer: go back to school to learn!  (Marlborough St Mary's to be precise).

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NHS - the promises are there, but where is the money to pay for them?

13 Feb 2020

Amidst all the election and post general election talk about the NHS, so far one thing is missing - the money to back up the promises and the commitments.

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Claire O'Neill on the reshuffle

13 Feb 2020

The former Devizes MP and former COP26 President, is now tweeting as simply Claire O’Neill - and using the handle @copwatch26.

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Booker Prize winning author to visit Marlborough Litfest

11 Feb 2020 Sue Round

The 2019 Booker Prize winner, Bernardine Evaristo, will be the 2020 Golding Speaker at Marlborough LitFest on Friday 25 September at Marlborough Town Hall. 

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Obituary: Brian Ashley founder of the Marlborough College Summer School

11 Feb 2020 Nicholas Fogg

One day in the early 1970s, Brian Ashley, who died last week aged 84, was walking through the rose garden at Marlborough College. It was in the school’s summer holidays and it didn’t seem right to him that the place should be silent and empty for two months: all those...

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St John’s Academy is top of Wiltshire schools for GCSE results

11 Feb 2020 Sue Round

  St John’s Academy is listed as the top non-selective state school in Wiltshire in the schools’ performance tables published by the government this week.  The tables show that pupils at St John’s made well above average progress between the end of Key Stage 2 and the end of Key Stage...

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Shock but no awe

11 Feb 2020 Professor Dave Waltham

  I was genuinely shocked by the news, just over a week ago, that our ex-MP (Claire Perry O’Neil) has been sacked as president of COP26.  

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