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Big-hearted students at The Cooperative Academy of Stoke-on-Trent hosted a Christmas lunch for more than 100 guests in a bid to tackle loneliness among the elderly at Christmas time.
According to Age UK, more than two million people in England over the age of 75 live alone, many experiencing extreme isolation and chronic loneliness.
Stoke-on-Trent MP Ruth Smeeth helped launch the Future Journalist Competition at Staffordshire University today (December 3).
The Future Journalist Awards 2019 were opened to schools and colleges across the Potteries to encourage the next generation of journalists in and around Staffordshire.
City councillors are backing calls for all schools across Stoke-on-Trent to teach sex education, regardless of religion.
Cllr Joy Garner says there should be no exceptions as local education authorities look to bring in new Government plans to introduce compulsory sex education.
Port Vale star Nathan Smith has returned to his old school to launch National Schools’ Football Week.
The centre-back visited Madeley High School to help promote the benefits of sport in schools.
The deadline is fast approaching for a Staffordshire University competition to reveal the next bright star in journalism.
The yearly Staffordshire Future Journalist competition was launched in November by a team of Staffordshire University’s PR and Journalism students.
Results have been unveiled for the best and worst performing schools in Staffordshire, in GCSE English and Maths.
A state-funded school in Trent Vale is asking parents to make financial contributions.
A letter was sent to the parents of children attending St Joseph’s college asking them to donate £60 per term per child.
A school in Endon raised more than £6,000 after it hosted a row-a-thon to raise money for three separate charities.
Endon High School organised the event to raise funds for Kidsgrove-based dog rescue Greyhound Gap, a school in Nepal and an orphanage in Kenya.
Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Gareth Snell visited his former high school to see the progress being made by the Discovery Academy in Bentilee.
Mr Snell met with student prefects to discuss initiatives they have taken to make improvements to the former Mitchell High where Mr Snell studied before he became a politician.