'My baby boy was all alone': Probe after pupil walks out of school

A seven-year-old boy with severe autism managed to walk out of his school unseen yesterday – despite being under one-to-one supervision.

A file picture of Devonshire Primary Academy in North Shore

Child went missing after school ‘lapse’

A young boy was found wandering alone in the street after going missing from school this morning.

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Proud Ranvir takes on top university role

Proud Prestonian and TV journalist Ranvir Singh is being officially installed as chancellor of her old university this afternoon.

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Students at Blackpool Sixth Form College on results day in August

REVEALED: Blackpool, Wyre and Fylde school performance tables 2017

As secondary school and college performance tables are published today parents are provided with more information than before.

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Blackpool Aspire Academy

Aspire Academy head welcomes report ‘boost’

An academy formed three years ago from two failing schools has been told it requires improvement.

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Estelle Bellamy with students at Blackpool Sixth Form

Sixth form gears up for glittering awards finale

BLACKPOOL Sixth has been shortlisted in the TES awards in the Best Sixth Form category.

Samantha Kilsby

Pupil’s business in frame

By Jack Dinsley, 17 senior correspondent for Junior Gazette

Arthur Emery from St Teresa's Catholic Primary School.

Arthur’s insight into Star Wars

Arthur Emery, Junior Gazette reporter

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Linda Harris

Celebrating Blackpool dinner lady's 30 years of service

Syrup sponge, pink custard, jam roly poly.... dinner lady Linda Harris has seen more than her share.

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Suzanne Warr, deputy production editor with The Guardian, visiting St Mary's RC Primary School, London Street Fleetwood, as part of a national scheme, with Ethan Thom, Oliver Mallon, Shaun Hughes, Mellissa Ranasinghe, Georgia Higson and Lamiha Mashrufa

Fleet Street comes to school at Fleetwood

It was a case of going from Fleetwood to Fleet Street and back for journalist Suzanne Warr.

Lytham St Annes Technology and Performing Arts College

Deadline looms for Lytham St Annes Technology and Performing Arts College consultation

There are just a few days left for contributions to be made to the consultation over a proposal which could spell the end of state sixth form academic education in Lytham St Annes.

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The Fylde coast Hindu society along with the Bishop of Blackburn, the High Sheriff of Lancashire, the Consul General of India and Paul Maynard MP attended a community cohesion event at Blackpool Sixth Form

Bollywood style brings Blackpool community together

Blackpool pulled out all the stops with a show of community cohesion to entertain VIP visitors.

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Sixth formers learn about emergencies

Sixth formers learn about emergencies

When it comes to safety first pupils at one Fylde high school have been proving that they are top of the class.

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Mereside Primary pupils celebrate becoming part of the Fylde Coast Academy Trust.  Pictured are Tayla Hawes, 6, Syd Jewell-North, 5 and Skyla Tolmie, 4.

Future is looking bright for newest Blackpool academy

The headteacher at a Blackpool primary school says it is ‘well placed’ for the future after becoming an academy.

Lytham St Annes Technology and Performing Arts College

Have your say on school plan

Fylde MP Mark Menzies is urging as many people as possible to make their voices heard in the consultation over the future of sixth form education at Lytham St Annes Technology and Performing Arts College.

Woodlands Special School, behind the Walk-In Centre in Whitegate Drive. (Picture: Google)

Blackpool school CLOSED after being damaged by 55mph winds

Woodlands Special School in Whitegate Drive, Blackpool, has been forced to remain closed today.

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Pupils at Hawes Side Academy are settling in to their new class rooms.  Pictured are Amelia Hopwood, Taylor McDonald and Bethany Cartmell.

Pupils give the thumbs up to new school building

Junior Gazette report

Daniel Sutcliff

Coach’s Aussie skydive in honour of pal

A football coach from Garstang currently working in Australia is planning a sponsored sky-dive down under to raise funds for a Lancashire-based charity set up following the death of a friend.

Toni Roethling left her role to care for her mentally ill daughter

Poulton headteacher backs health reform

A headteacher who quit her job to care for her mentally ill daughter has welcomed reforms announced by Theresa May.

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