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.

Celebrations at St Oswald's Primary School

Mollington school celebrates National Teaching Assistant Day

Ellesmere Port teaching assistant fulfills triathlon ambition

Sharon Plested, who works at Cambridge Road Community Primary and Nursery School, competed at the ITU World Triathlon Championships

Students celebrate Duke of Edinburgh success

Year 11 pupils at Upton-by-Chester High School receive award

More than 9,000 Cheshire West children could have free school meals taken away

Speculation is mounting the government could scrap the scheme which provides catering for all infants

University of Chester strikes vital deal with Glyndŵr University

The official signing of Glyndwr University's Memorandum of Understanding with the University Chester. Pictured are Glyndwr University's Assistant Vice Chancellor Louise Casella, Interim Vice Chancellor Professor Graham Upton, Pro Vice Chancellor at the University of Chester Chris Haslam, Glyndwr Director of Operations Lynda Powell and Chester's Vice Chancellor Professor Tim Wheeler. Picture courtesy of Glyndwr University
Five-year partnership will see Chester validate the Wrexham institution’s PhD programmes until 2020


Olivia Montez-Brown in hurdles action

West Cheshire AC ace Olivia Montez-Brown secures USA scholarship

Talented teenager dreams of Olympic selection

Chester's charity Twilight Walk in pictures

Hundreds walk the city walls to raise cash for the Brain Tumour Charity

Guilden Sutton death crash trial: Court hears couple were arguing when car hit tree

Claudia Ella Williams was killed in a road traffic collision in Guilden Sutton in June 2013
Defendant Richard Bromley claims girlfriend Claudia Williams shoved his arm while he was driving

University of Chester

Jeremy Orrell, partner and head of corporate team at SAS Daniels, and Kaye Whitby, partner and head of commercial team at SAS Daniels join host Lucy Meacock to announce the Business Person of the Year at the 2104 Cheshire Business Awards

Cheshire Business Awards prepares to unveil winners at Chester Cathedral

Countdown to glittering ceremony at city centre landmark on October 2

Chester prosthetic penis sex attacker Gayle Newland sentencing date revealed

Gayle Newland arriving at Chester Crown Court
Gayle Newland, of Hooton Road in Willaston, was convicted of sexual assaults in September

Tank row escalates after University of Chester threatens legal action

Armoured vehicle driven through the city ahead of an army-themed student night on September 30


Schools in Chester and Ellesmere Port to host sixth form open evenings for prospective students

Take a look at our list of sixth form open evenings this year

High schools in Chester and Ellesmere Port host open days for prospective students

Schools set to welcome Year 6 pupils for high school open days

GCSE results 2015: Abbey Gate College

Twin celebrations all round at Saighton college

Public Schools

Actor Tom Hughes becomes Chester youth theatre patron

TV, film and stage star said he was 'unbelievably proud' to take up role

Tarporley schoolboy saves toddler brother from drowning in holiday pool

Seven-year old's quick-thinking actions averted potential tragedy

Chester choirs holding grand charity concert for Malawi cause

A Handbag of Harmonies will perform at a grand charity concert at St Columbas Church, Plas Newton Lane, Chester on Friday, October 9
A Handbag of Harmonies and Queen's School Chamber Choir taking part in October 9 event


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