Students at a Cumbrian secondary school have become young interpreters so they can tutor their fellow pupils and assist parents who don’t speak English as a first language.

William Howard School in Brampton has teamed up with Cumbria County Council’s Virtual...

Young musicians and singers from across Cumbria will be taking part in a mass musical ensemble at two concerts this month. The Cumbria Youth Orchestra...
More than 96 per cent of applicants who applied by the closing date for secondary school places in Cumbria have secured their first preference. Figure...
Truants could find themselves caught in the act when school attendance promotion days come to town. During March, Cumbria County Council’s Children’s...
Flautists will be flocking to Kendal from schools across Cumbria next week to take part in a musical masterclass. Kendal Town Hall is playing host to...
Figures released today (12/12/12) by the Department for Education show Cumbria’s Looked After children doing significantly better in their exams than...
Schools across Cumbria are looking for volunteers to help ensure children and young people in the county get an education that helps them achieve thei...
Proposals to increase the number of places available to pupils at a Penrith school have gone out to consultation. Cumbria County Council is asking parents, staff, governors and everyone else with an...