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Heartless thieves burgled the home of a school caretaker – the day before his funeral. The crime has been labelled abhorrent and despicable by headteacher the Rev Ian Johnston, adding further grief to those already struggling to cope with George King’s death. Caldew Lea Primary School was left devastated following his sudden death earlier this month at the age of 60. He had worked for the school for about 14 years, living in the caretakers’ house on the site of the Ashley Street school. The decision was taken to close the school on the day...
Schools Minister Nick Gibb yesterday challenged book publishers to make a 100 classic books available at low cost, so all pupils have the chance to read them. Texts such as ‘Great Expectations’, ‘Pride and Prejudice’ and ‘Jane Eyre’ should be made available to secondary schools at reduced prices. Well-known children’s book publishers Penguin have suggested 100 books from their Black Classics that they could make available for low prices, and Scholastic have offered to give schools 26 books for as little as £1.50 a copy...
Parents in Gateshead whose children have outgrown their school uniforms now have the chance to recycle them for a good cause. Gateshead Council and charity Changing Lives have come together in a unique partnership to provide free Gateshead school uniforms to families who need them and who are referred by the Council’s Housing Services. At the moment stock is limited and demand is high, so there is an appeal being made for any good quality items of uniforms from any Gateshead school to be donated to the charity’s...
A headteacher has thanked parents for the support they have shown following the sudden death of a popular primary school caretaker. George King had worked at Caldew Lea Primary School, just off Wigton Road, Carlisle, for about 14 years until he died suddenly in the early hours of Monday. The 60-year-old lived on site in the caretaker’s house with leaders taking the decision to close the Ashley Street school on the day of his death. The news of Mr King’s passing has come as a huge shock to staff and pupils alike. The school reopened on Tuesday and...
The 32-year-old man had been up a ladder when he fell into an 8ft ditch at Portsmouth High School, in Kent Road, Southsea. The painstaking operation was filmed by Jason Kay, of the UKNIP picture agency. Southsea crew manager Scott Yules said: ‘On arrival we were greeted by paramedics dealing with a 32-year-old gentleman who had fallen into an eight to ten foot ditch.’ A total of 20 firefighters joined the operation which lasted for about 45 minutes. Paramedics and fire crews used a combination of a scoop stretcher and rescue platform to...
A school caretaker falls into a pit toilet and struggles for an hour to get out; snakes invade a primary school classroom: it's just another day in Eastern Cape schools. School caretaker Mntondini Saphepha recently fell inside one of the pit toilets. "I'm lucky to be alive," he said. "It was around five in the afternoon. I was patrolling, checking if everything was in order. The toilet floor is made of wood. As I was standing up, one wood fell down. I could not balance; I fell inside the toilet. Only my neck and head was out, my whole body was inside the toilet" he said...
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