About Cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies.

School Scene

Faye Willock, Taylor Wimpey sales executive, Jason Cortis, and school's early years co-ordinator Laura James, with pupils Maja Kobzba, Callum Cope and Harley Maroney.

School's poster campaign to encourage drivers to slow down

School rubbishes hand raising ban claims

School rubbishes hand raising ban claims

(5)
Magician Jay Adkins takes a pupil through a magic trick at the first enrichment workshop afternoon.

That's magic! Fun workshops to teach pupils new skills

Shaun Attwood will be talking to year 10 students at Wolverley CE Secondary School about the potential pitfalls of getting involved in drugs and crime.

Reformed drug dealer’s talk is a cautionary tale

LITTER PICKERS: More than 40 children and parents of Burlish Park Primary School helped out at the tidy up event.

School pupils catch the litter bug

Burlish Park pupils Thomas Godbehear and Nancy Portman, both 5, with Elsa and Olaf.

Frozen theme leaves pupils thrilled

WINTER WOOLIES: Burlish Park sisters Bethan, 10, and Georgia Hyde, 8, celebrating Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Festive jumpers help gets pupils into Christmas spirit

DONATION: Stourport High School pupils Eleanor Johnson, head girl, and Harry Bambury, head boy, with the collection of Christmas hampers.

'Overwhelming generosity' of Stourport students shown this Christmas

CHRISTMAS CONTRIBUTION: Burlish Park Primary School pupils Charlotte Sanders and Matthew Wilks presenting the money to Jackie Turner of Kemp Hospice.

Hospice benefits from school Scrooges

(2)
CHRISTMAS CHOIR: Burlish Park pupils Harriet Ferris, and Aimee Hartin with centre visitor June Whiteman-Haywood.

School choir entertain the elderly

CHRISTMAS COMMEMORATION: Cookley Sebright Primary School's play was based upon the events of the Christmas truce.

War commemoration plays its part in Christmas production

PUTTING ON A SHOW: Stourport Primary School pupils during their production of The Sleepy Shepherd.

Children leave parents teary eyed at nativity play

HO HO HO: Santa and his reindeer from Cob House Farm, with Foley Park pupils Rebecca Philpotts and Charlotte Bytheway.

Foley Park pupils in the Christmassy mood

FLYING VISIT: Four-year-olds Illyda Senher, Jack Hurdman and Oscar Griffiths, with Batman, otherwise known as Ash Roberts.

Holy smokes! It's Batman in Stourport

HELPING HAND: St Oswald's pupils Maisy Thomasson, Mason Howell, Ramyro Haylett and Tyler Rushbrook-Staight with the shoeboxes they have prepared for Operation Christmas Child.

School get involved in national shoebox appeal

MUCH LOVED: Jane Morris.

Kidderminster teacher dies from cancer

(1)
STAYING SAFE: Bellway employees Tina Walker and Julie Tuck present the St Mary’s CE Primary School children with their new armbands.

Firm donates high-vis armbands to school

CHRISTMAS CHILD: Burlish Park pupils Ryan Jones and Summer Mound, both aged 6, have donated goodies to underprivileged children.

Stourport school supports shoebox campaign

LOOKING BACK: King Charles pupils Chloe Taylor and Charlotte Lyon celebrating the school's annual Founders' Day.

School celebrate Founders' Day

STORY TIME: Luke Temple with Burlish Park pupils Eden Troth and Joseph Butler, both aged 7.

Children's author gives top tips to pupils

YOU'RE HIRED: Lindsey Poyner collecting her award for Kidderminster College’s Apprentice Student of the Year.

Council apprentice wins top award

SURPRISE, SURPRISE: Award winning Wolverley teacher Kerry Poole, right, received a visit from her "inspiration" Caroline Hoddinott. 461430LB

Award winning teacher gets a surprise visit from her 'inspiration'

INSPIRED: St Wulstan’s Catholic Primary School invited parents to take part in a range of adaptable home learning activities.

School worshop aimed to 'inspire' parents

REMEMBRANCE: Pupils from Wilden All Saints, Lickhill and St Wulstan’s primary schools with the dedicated poppies.

Stourport schools join together in remembrance

VICTORIANS: Burlish Park pupils Ellie Dusconi, Charlotte Roe, Harriet Ferris and Zachary Haywood, all aged 10, experiencing what life was like in the late 19th century.

Pupils get taste of Victorian teaching

(1)
COMMEMORATION: Members of the Old Carolians gather for remembrance. Picture: Colin Hill

Old Carolians remember their fallen

STONE AGE: Year three pupils Adam Holbrook, 7, Katie Healey, 7, and Izak Williams, 8.

Pupils go back to the Stone Age

WHITE ROSE: Author Fenella (Heather) Flack with Bewdley pupils Meg Lock, Tom Blyth, Saskia Judd and Jodie Grey. Picture: Colin Hill

Book looks back at 15th century Bewdley

FOREST SCHOOL: Jordan Scott, school teacher, and pupil Theo Gabb, 12, during a design and technology session.

School launches outdoor classrooms

(1)
AWARD WINNER: Kerry Poole receiving her Pearson Teacher of the Year in a Secondary School award from actress Jessica Hynes.

Wolverley teacher wins national award

CENTENARY CHORUS: Pupils from Wyre Forest were part of a 600-strong choir who performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Pupils perform at Royal Albert Hall

PROBE: St Mary’s School is being investigated for exam maladministration.

School being probed over exam maladministration

(1)
FORWARD THINKERS: New headteacher Francesca Fishwick with Wilden School children Isla Nalbant, Henry Eastwood, Edward Lloyd, Grace Smith and Claudia Titley.

Pupils go back to the future

EXPERT CHAT: Students receiving a talk at the UN headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.

Student UN visit 'trip of a lifetime'

BACK TO SCHOOL: Grandfathers Mike Webster, left and Barry Ensor go back to Wolverley Sebright VA Primary School after 60 years.

Grandads go back to school

Bryn Thomas, headteacher of Wolverley CE Secondary School, gives his tips to help all new year 7 students across the area.

Wolverley head gives tips to new students

(1)
BLOG - Wyre Forest school trip to the United Nations

BLOG - Wyre Forest school trip to the United Nations

FOCUSED: Wolverley student, Amy Fleming, receiving advice from Worcester News photographer, Nick Toogood.

Students get dream job experience

THANKS: Andrea Maddocks presenting two of the student volunteers, Alice Liggins and Ben Owen, with certificates.

Student volunteers thanked

SCHOOLS UNITED: Students from Stourport High School and Baxter College at the UN in Switzerland as part of last year's ContinU Trust programme.

Students set for a visit to UN

RESULT: Baxter College pupils Holly Hamer, Molly Milligan, Hannah Rees, Harriet Blackmore, Helen Carter and Stacey Evans.

Headteacher 'upset' with GCSE changes

COMPETITION: Heathfield School pupils Elliott Cox and Grace Hogan. 351403M

Pupils' GCSE results end 13 year competition

TOP MARKS: The Bewdley School and Sixth Form Centre pupils Josie Blakiston, Adam Jones, Bryony Haines and Jordanne Palmer.

Bewdley student keeps her Olympic dream alive

AWARD WINNING: Wolverley CE Secondary School teacher Kerry Poole saw half her students gain A* or A GCSE grades.

Wolverley's star teacher helps students gain top grades

County's GCSE figures drop

County's GCSE figures drop

SUCCESS: Top performer at King Charles I School, with 10 A*s and an A, Andrew Bishton.

Pupil's individual achievements please head

DELIGHTED: Holy Trinity School pupils, back, from left, Alexa Wittkop, Jenny Bateman, Arabella Withers, Stephanie Whitby and Mary Anderson, front, Lucy Moles, Alice Foster and Lydia Green.

Holy Trinity sits top of the class

ALL SMILES: Lacon Childe School headteacher Darren Reynolds, second left, with pupils, Sam Lloyd, Ben Philips, Josh Davies, Will Francis, Greg Young and Jack Brookes.

Cleobury students praised for achievements

STAR PUPILS: Stourport High School and Sixth Form Centre students Catherine Williams, Toby Blount, Zoe Whaile, Sophie Turbutt, Jessica Abbott and Ella Smith.

Students celebrate 'outstanding' results

EXAM CELEBRATIONS: The Bewdley School pupils Josie Blakiston, Adam Jones, Bryony Haines and Jordanne Palmer.

GCSE results celebrated despite changes

Keep in touch with local news

Sign up for email alerts

Most Popular

  • 1

Local Info

Enter your postcode, town or place name

Research local amenities