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Sixth-formers put on a special party for pensioners

KIND-HEARTED students at St Joseph’s Catholic Comprehensive School have thrown a special Christmas party for more than 200 local pensioners. There ...

New course for would-be Welsh speakers in Port Talbot

A NEW course is starting in the new year for people wishing to learn Welsh in Port Talbot. The intensive course, which is targeted on beginners who...

School singers’ special concert date at hospital

YOUNG singers and musicians from St Joseph’s Catholic Comprehensive School in Aberavon have made a special visit to Neath Port Talbot Hospita...

AM is in the pink for charity

  ABERAVON AM David Rees is backing the Breast Cancer Campaign’s award-winning fundraising event, Wear It Pink Day. On Friday, October 2...

College is still enrolling – find a course now!

The College of North West London (CNWL) is enrolling 16-18 year olds until the end of September 2011.  No appointment is needed, just walk in to...

Tata unveils the Class of 2011

TATA Steel in Wales is seeing its largest-ever intake of talent this week – 81 people have joined the steel company’s 2011 Apprentice Devel...

Show goes on for Passion paintings

PAINTINGS of The Passion by pupils of Glan Afan Comprehensive School are now on show at St Mary’s Church. The seven paintings, which had been...

Reuben wows with five A stars

Science student Reuben Maclean Quin was among hundreds of Neath Port Talbot college students celebrating exceptional exam grades in today’s A Lev...

Bishop Grosseteste could gain university title

Two universities: Bishop Grosseteste could drop the college from its title and become the second university in the city.

Free water for community gym

Water will be free at Sandfields community gym thanks to a donation from Tata Steel. The steel manufacturer has given a community grant of £500 to...

School’s art inspired by Passion

PUPILS from Glan Afan Comrehensive School have unveiled a new exhibition of art inspired by Michael Sheen’s production of The Passion. The seven ...

AM welcomes pupils to Assembly

Pupils from an Abervaon primary school have paid a visit to the Senedd in Cardiff Bay. Years three to six from Croeserw Primary made the visit as p...

750,000 prepare for public sector pensions strike

  UP TO 750,000 public-sector workers will be taking strike action in defence of their pensions tomorrow. The proposed action has been attacked b...

More help for part-time students

   PART-TIME students living in Port Talbot will get the same fee support as full-time students, the Welsh Labour Government has announced. Abera...

Kitted out by Tata

A £1,000 community award means that Glanymor School will look even more stylish on the sports field

Garden green light for Pontrhydyfen school

Pontrhydyfen Primary School is bracing itself for the arrival of hundreds of ‘minibeasts’ – or insects – with the creation of a new...

Glan Afan Internet Ranger scoops top award

Owen Thomas, a year eight pupil at Glan Afan Comprehensive School has scooped the ‘BT Internet Ranger of the Year’ award for Wales, and will be...

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Animal care students at the College of West Anglia, Wisbech Campus are offering a chance for members of the public to have a look behind the scenes...

Liv Fontaine: ‘I don’t believe that less is more. More is not enough!’

To mark London Fashion Week, ELL will be profiling some of the most distinctive dressers from along the line. In the second of our features we look...

ELL EXCLUSIVE: Local MP Advances Campaign To Launch Croydon “Multiversity”

Gavin Barwell, MP for Croydon Central, led a delegation of senior Croydon councilors on Wednesday to meet David Willetts, Minister for Universities...

College students to stage walkout this Wednesday 26 January

Students in sixth-form and further education (FE) colleges around the country are to stage a walk-out this Wednesday 26 January as part of the ongo...

Try Something New At Skills Festival 2011

Skills Festival at the Telford International Centre gives young people the chance to try out new skills.

Local MP Joan Ruddock backs student struggle as battle over EMA reaches parliament

Lewisham MP Joan Ruddock has hit out at government plans to scrap the educational maintenance allowance (EMA) for sixth-form students. Over 14,000 ...

American slain in Israel had worked at Va. college

American slain in Israel had worked at Va. college Staffers at a Christian college in Purcellville are mourning the loss of a former colleague who ...

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