A Chatteris firm has awarded its annual apprentice of the year honour to a third-year student at the engineering company.
Over 73 per cent of students at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris achieved Level 4 or higher in their English and maths GCSEs.
Nearly 70 per cent of A-Level students at Cromwell Community College achieved A*-C grades.
Students at Neale-Wade Academy have been commended for their “outstanding performance” in their A-level results.
More than 5,600 school children from across Fenland have been learning how to recycle in a district-wide initiative to reduce environmental pollution.
An education charity has been awarded government funding to improve employability skills of students in Fenland and East Cambridgeshire.
A Chatteris engineering company has celebrated a milestone in its apprenticeship programme programme with the 500th apprentice being recruited in its September intake.
A newly qualified teacher at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris is hoping to inspire students to take an interest in politics.
Cromwell Community College was host to the Schools Make Music event that brings schools together to do as the title suggests, make music.
Fenland BCKA fighters scooped 16 medals at the recent WKC English Championships.
Hundreds of defibrillators in communities across East Anglia will have to be checked for battery failures after several had problems, including one where a man from Benwick died.
The principal of Witchford Village College, Chris Terry, has quit for personal reasons.
Students at Cromwell Community College collected food and toiletries to donate to Chatteris food bank.
The mother of a 17-year-old student who rushed to help a man who collapsed wants to know whether a faulty defibrillator her son rushed to get might have saved the man’s life.
The ultimate feel good show based on cult film, The School of Rock, is coming to Chatteris.
A 16 year old who taught herself music by watching You Tube videos is among students who were presented with an award at an event that celebrates the achievements of young people.
Famous rapper and beatboxer Conrad Murray visited a Chatteris school to give a workshop on Friday.
Police are appealing for information after a vandal went on a graffiti spree around the centre of Chatteris last month.
Two students at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris were awarded for achieving 100 per cent attendance throughout the summer term.
Commuters and school children could be left stranded if a bus service between Chatteris and March is axed in the new year.