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Education

There are more than 150 schools in Cheshire West, including nursery schools, infant schools, primary schools, secondary schools, special schools and a pupil referral unit. There are also colleges such as West Cheshire College, the College of Law and Sir John Deane's College and the University of Chester.

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GCSE results 2014: Neston High School

100% of students achieve at least five passes

West Cheshire College: cadets recognised in regional awards

Health and social care cadets congratulated for their hard work and achievements

Parklands Primary School youngsters are stars of the show

Action transport Theatre helps put on Parklands Power performance in Ellesmere Port

GCSE results 2014: Celebrating student success

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Your personal messages to GCSE students in Chester and Ellesmere Port following results day

Schools

GCSE results 2014: Neston High School

100% of students achieve at least five passes

GCSE results 2014: Whitby High School

All smiles from Whitby High head Bryn Heeley and two of his successful students
Students full of smiles and joy as they received their GCSE results

GCSE results 2014: Blacon High School

Headteacher has high praise for GCSE students

University of Chester

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University of Chester theatre company wins support

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Student designs developed for education centre

University of Chester students create learning resources for Recycle First Education Centre in Winsford

Colleges

West Cheshire College: cadets recognised in regional awards

Health and social care cadets congratulated for their hard work and achievements

Ellesmere Port stylist raises funds for RNLI

Exercise bike ride raises more than £560 for lifeboat charity

GCSE results 2014: Abbey Gate College

Sophia Hiley - 5 As, 3Bs and a distinction in OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in ICT; Naomi Craig - 4A*s, 3 As, 3Bs; Rachel Mason - 3As, 3Bs, 2Cs and a distinction in OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in ICT; Samindi Thenuwara - 3A*s, 4As, 2Bs and a distinction in OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in ICT
Headmistress praises efforts of all pupils and staff

Public Schools

The Grange School at Hartford

GCSE results 2014: The Grange School

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GCSE results 2014: Abbey Gate College

Sophia Hiley - 5 As, 3Bs and a distinction in OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in ICT; Naomi Craig - 4A*s, 3 As, 3Bs; Rachel Mason - 3As, 3Bs, 2Cs and a distinction in OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in ICT; Samindi Thenuwara - 3A*s, 4As, 2Bs and a distinction in OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in ICT
Headmistress praises efforts of all pupils and staff

GCSE results 2014: The Queen's School

Friends Jessica Willis, from Chester, Lauren Evans, from Chester, Sara Salim, from Chester Amy Clarkson, from Tarvin and Phoebe Rothery, from Malpas, celebrate their results
Chester girls schools celebrates some of its best GCSE results ever

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