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Education

Prof Joy Carter will sit on the government's Social Mobility Advisory Group (photo by James Newell)

University boss to advise government on helping disadvantaged students

Tristram Hunt was shadow education secretary for Labour under Ed Miliband (photo by Richard Garfield)

Labour's Hunt to give talk on patriotic socialism at Winchester University

Anger over 'unsafe' Symonds art centre plan

Anger over 'unsafe' Symonds art centre plan

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Cost of school meals to increase across Hampshire

Cost of school meals to increase across Hampshire

Oliver's Battery pupils with their letters to Cumbria

Winchester children praised for 'touching' letters to flood victims

Osborne School band Rubik's Cube at the Royal Albert Hall

Children with special needs celebrate 'life-changing' gig at Royal Albert Hall

The lone cheat at Winchester University

The lone cheat at Winchester University

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Youth of Winchester to curate their own arts festival

Youth of Winchester to curate their own arts festival

Winchester University to open cafe on Christmas Day

Winchester University to open cafe on Christmas Day

Gabrielle with her prize and pupils from Sparsholt Primary School alongside Headteacher, Lindsay McCarthy and guest judge Josephine Chisholm.

Gabrielle Panayides from Sparsholt wins Steve Brine Christmas card competition

Winchester University principals Paul Light, Joy Carter and Martial Rose with author Prof Tom Beaumont James

University's 175-year history celebrated at book launch

100 pupils, parents and staff say goodbye to Lin Brewer (photos by James Newell)

Emotional goodbyes as school worker retires after 40 years

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College opens state-of-the-art £5 million science centre

College opens state-of-the-art £5 million science centre

500 people got into the spirit at St Bede's Christmas fair

£4,000 raised at St Bede school's festive fair

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Pupils bring IT to life at African school

Pupils bring IT to life at African school

Chyna Fairclough (left) receives her award and bursary

'Outstanding' student wins law award and £7,500 bursary

Students celebrated their BJTC awards win with champagne

Fourth consecutive award for Winchester student journalists

Leaking Winchester school 'desperate' for investment

Leaking Winchester school 'desperate' for investment

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Jowen Airs, 12, was given an 'immense thrill' when Stagecoach took him around their depot

'Delight' of bus-loving special needs pupil after depot tour

Professor Robert Tombs addresses the launch of the Centre for English Identity and Politics

Professor launches university centre studying what it means to be English

Children, parents and councillors are campaigning to bring back Weeke's lollipop service

Parents' anger over refusal to bring back lollipop man

Veteran Bill Vickers, 95, meets pupils at Kings' School

Pupils speak of emotion at Armistice Day service

Steve Brine was interviewed for a radio broadcast

MP grilled by Year Five newshounds for school broadcast

Wykeham House School

Hampshire private school to close

Two Hampshire secondary schools to merge

Two Hampshire secondary schools to merge

Winchester badminton centre celebrates new sponsorship deal

Winchester badminton centre celebrates new sponsorship deal

Summer camp in Alresford closed due to lack of numbers and funds

Children's holiday camp in Alresford closed due to lack of numbers and funds

Roger Owens, Peter Symonds College's head of keyboard (centre) with students from the course

Musical youngsters raise money for deprived African village

David Dawson plays King Alfred in The Last Kingdom, which started on BBC Two last week

Winchester historians help BBC drama starring King Alfred

Joey Smith, Sam Kalra and Arran Goodman with their natural sculpture

School focus: It all stacks up for new generation at Droxford

St Swithun's' new building was designed to let in natural light

Let there be light: inside St Swithun's £12m new building

Northbrook building at the college

Special park and ride buses to run to Peter Symonds College during its open evenings on October 21-22

Sun Hill children, staff and representatives from Griffin Glasshouses

Alresford infants get new glasshouse

Left-right: Ginny Williams-Ellis (founder of read Easy UK), Lorna Paviour (reading coach), Pat Stephens (co-ordinator), Jacqui Mitton (reading coach) and Cllrs Stephen Godfrey, Jamie Scott and Janet Berry.

New Winchester charity, Read Easy, launched to help adult literacy

Alan Titchmarsh

Alan Titchmarsh appointed chancellor of Winchester University

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An early plan of the proposed anaerobic digester at Sparsholt College

College tackles traffic fears at green energy plant event

Paedophile teacher confesses to abuse of two boys

Paedophile teacher confesses to abuse of two boys

Hampshire teacher admits rape of two boys

Hampshire teacher admits sex attacks against two boys

Children, parents and councillors are campaigning to bring back Weeke's lollipop man

First victory for parents' lollipop man campaign

Winchester experts to reveal WWII bomber's last flight

Winchester experts to reveal WWII bomber's last flight

Children and parents at Weeke Primary School have launched a battle over road safety

'Save our lollipop man' - school's plea to council

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Winchester University faces an annual shortage of beds for those who apply late

Rent spike in city estates after latest student housing crisis

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Pupils start lessons in St Swithun's' new £10m building

Pupils start lessons in St Swithun's' new £10m building

Steve Jones has taken the helm at Perins School this year

Perins welcomes new headteacher

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People unswayed by conspiracy theory label, Winchester research finds

People unswayed by conspiracy theory label, Winchester research finds

Outstanding Ofsted rank for Winchester pre-school

Outstanding Ofsted marks for Winchester pre-school

Toddlers bid farewell to Woodhams Day Nursery (photo by Chris Moorhouse)

Toddlers wave goodbye at nursery's leavers' party

Hayley Cool, 29, celebrates her A level results

Symonds celebrates mature student success

Winchester University boosts contractors' pay to living wage

Winchester University boosts contractors' pay to living wage

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Indie Jago and Gordon Hawkes are both off to Durham in September

Symonds students celebrate another record year of A level success

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