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Transgender student thanks his teachers for their support after scoring 3 A's and a place at a top university

Lancashire Telegraph: Daniel Walker

5:00am Friday 18th August 2017

A STUDENT has spoken of how much support he was given after revealing he was transgender while studying for his A-levels.

Students' joy as they make the grade

Lancashire Telegraph: Happy Clitheroe Royal Grammar School students Afrose Dor and Seren Munro both from Blackburn. Afrose got 4 A Stars and is going to Oxford University, Seren got 2 A's and a B and is going to York University

7:16pm Thursday 17th August 2017

HEADTEACHERS have praised students who have achieved top results in a ‘challenging’ year that has seen significant changes to A-levels.

Blackburn College quality of teaching improves, according to National Student Survey

Lancashire Telegraph: Blackburn College

10:00am Thursday 17th August 2017

BLACKBURN College has seen an increase in its quality of teaching for the third time, according to the results of the National Student Survey (NSS).

Teachers will get 1% pay rise

Lancashire Telegraph: NASUWT meeting, Pennine Suite, Last Drop Hotel.....Photo: NASUWT General Secretary Chris Keates.....27th June 2015....Photo: Gary Taylor..Tel: 07762 756577.....

10:00am Wednesday 16th August 2017

DEPARTMENT for Education bosses have confirmed teachers will receive an overall one per cent pay rise next month.

Huge debts and cuts to university budgets put youngsters off aspiring to university

Lancashire Telegraph: Less youngsters are aspiring for university. Photo: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire.

10:00am Wednesday 16th August 2017

AN unwillingness to take on huge debts and cuts to university budgets are part of the reason why less youngsters are aspiring to go to university, teaching unions said.

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