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Education

There are many excellent state and private schools and colleges in the area and we carry dedicated pages to report on their news.

Inspector to speak on future homes plan for town

Planning inspector Stephen Pratt will soon give his views on the Local Plan which says where development will happen until 2030.

Our sporting heroes in the spotlight

The town’s history is littered with athletes who have triumphed at the top of their chosen sport.

Star pupil off on dream physics placement

Hannah Ruskin has landed an out of this world work experience placement at the CERN particle-physics laboratory in Geneva.

Gifted student dies after eating disorder battle

Anna Haworth, 23, from Macclesfield, suffered cardiac arrest because potassium levels in her blood became ‘dangerously low’ because of her eating disorder, an inquest heard.

Young librarians take the lead at school

Pupils at Wincle Primary School are helping to run the new library designed to promote a love of reading.

New mobile app blocks texts from bullies and paedophiles - and then tips off parents

MP David Rutley and charities back Poynton invention which will sound alarm if kids leave a defined area

Election candidate named

Tim Roca set to bid to become MP for the Macclesfield constituency.

Brave teen's event for diabetes charity

Charlotte Johnson who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in March will speak about her health battle at a fundraising concert.

Funeral of Robert Hart to take place today.

Music-lover Robert, 26, from Rainow, suffered fatal head injuries after being attacked in front of his girlfriend at a festival in Manchester in June.

Pictures: The first Wilmslow Art Trail

Hundreds of visitors attended the inaugural event to view art at 17 venues around the town.

Cash injection for young people's music project

The Cre8 Music Project on the Moss Estate Macclesfield has securing £47,000 in funding.

Tributes for tragic Ashleigh Bowes, 14, who died suddenly at home

Hundreds of people attended the funeral for the popular teen who was a pupil at Fallibroome Academy.

Mum’s tribute to daughter

Hundreds of people attended the funeral of popular Fallibroome Academy student Ashleigh Bowes.

Wilmslow High School shut after power cut

The school has shut this lunchtime due to a power cut at the site and its surrounding area.

Student died in his sleep at university halls

A young DJ who survived a road traffic accident three years ago died suddenly and unexpectedly in his sleep.

Pride as hero soldier added to memorial

The family of Lance Corporal Jamie Webb – who died in Afghanistan – laid a wreath as he was remembered at a special service at the National Memorial Arboretum.

New crossing is win for community after road safety campaign

Engineers have installed a zebra crossing and speed signs to keep kids safe outside Ivy Bank Primary School.

Lasting tribute for Robert Hart planned by family and school

Mum and his former school Fallibroome Academy have teamed up to create a tribute to the music fan who died after being attacked at a festival.

Date set for photographer Brian Ollier's funeral

Funeral will take place at St Michael’s Church, Market Place, Macclesfield, on Friday September 5, at 11am, followed by a burial at Macclesfield Cemetery for family and close friends.

Bradley paints a bright future

Bradley Davies has an undiagnosed genetic condition which severely affects his memory and ability to communicate and learn.

Macclesfield Academy pupils attained yet another great year of GCSE results

Altogether 56 percent of the academy’s students achieved the national benchmark of 5 A* to C passes, including maths and English.

Tytherington School’s Year 11 students celebrate an amazing array of outstanding GCSE results

Almost a third of all of Tytherington’s Year 11 obtained at least one A* this year. In total 64 percent of pupils achieved 5 or more A* - C grades including English and Mathematics.

Record breakers again: Fallibroome Academy GCSE pupils come out on top

A stunning 82 percent of students achieved the benchmark figure of 5 or more A* to C grades including English and Maths, with 35 percent of entries being graded at A*/A.

All Hallows' results yet another success for school

In total 76 percent of students gained five or more GCSEs at A* to C and 95.5 percent gained five or more passes.

King's School's stellar students celebrate brilliant GCSE results

Macclesfield's King's School students were jumping for joy after another set of record GCSE results.

Trio off to Oxbridge after A-level success

Jenny Johnson, Charlie Saunder and Oliver Small headed south to study.

Teen top of the class with outstanding A-levels

Beatrice Nixon, 18, from Marton, clocked up FOUR A* and one A after studying at Eaton Bank Academy.

A-level celebrations amid power cut chaos at Fallibroome Academy

The school was left in the dark for most of the morning yesterday as an underground cable fault affected almost 500 properties in the town.

Refugee who fled Syrian violence celebrates A-level joy

Yusuf Tayara, from Wilmslow, had to deal with switching from studying in Arabic to English when him and his family arrived here two years ago.

Wilmslow students help smash Macclesfield school's A-level record.

Laurence Holt, from Alderley Edge and Matthew Stubbs, from Wilmslow, contributed to a record year at King's School.

Journalists

Rhiannon McDowall
Education reporter
Mike Glendinning
Sport reporter
Chris Slater
News reporter
Stuart Greer
Crime reporter
Karen Britton
Wilmslow and Alderley Edge reporter
Ben Turner
News reporter
Vic Barlow
Columnist