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  • Explore your options at Wiltshire College Open Day

    By Trudi_B at 14:44 on 02/05/13
    WC Salisbury external with tree and spire smaller
    If you are thinking about what to do when you finish school then make sure you come along to one of Wiltshire College's Further Education Open Evenings. The Salisbury campus is opening its doors on Thursday, May 9, from 5-7pm and gives you the chance to explore, get a flavour of all the courses we have to offer, talk to staff and students and find out about what it is like to study at Wiltshire College. The Chippenhan campus...
  • Frome Town Council organises public meeting to air Steiner views on 5 December

    By Fromereporter at 14:21 on 27/11/12
    Frome Steiner School - Craft building elevation as proposed
    The Frome Steiner School has raised a lot of interest in the town. Some people are delighted that a new school with a different approach to education provides choice to parents, the promise of new jobs and a new well designed use for a large prominent redundant site. Others are concerned that traffic congestion on Park Road and surrounding roads will increase, that other schools in the town will lose pupils and income and that Victoria...

    By Fromereporter at 10:49 on 30/03/12
    Steiner School for Frome
    Prospective parents, pupils and other members of the community in Frome are being re-invited to share their views on proposals to open a new school for 4 to 16 year olds in the town. The new consultation is being held to reflect the fact that the proposed Academy's temporary location will now be four miles east of Frome. The consultation launched on Thursday 29 March and concludes on Thursday 3 May 2012. The local community will...
  • Frome Schools report

    By LoveFrome at 09:28 on 31/01/12
    Maths test paper
    Schools performance league tables were published this week and here we give the results for the two Middle Schools in Frome. You can find full details via the website here. Total number of pupils on roll (all ages 9 - 13) - Oakfield 570, Selwood 648. Percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals - Oakfield 19.6%, Selwood 9.4%. Spend per pupil, Oakfield £4584, Selwood £4070. Pupil / teacher ratio - Oakfield 18.8,...
  • GCSE, GCE & BTEC studies at Frome College

    By LoveFrome at 09:45 on 02/09/11
    Frome Community College
    I thought it might be interesting to spot a few trends (if there are to be any) of which topics our young adults are studying at GCE level. The Community College issue topics studied but not the level of attainment so this information is based on subjects passed. Of the 157 students at Frome College, the most popular subjects of study at GCE level were History (18%) & Geography (17%), with 25 studying Psychology (16%). 24 studied...

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