Year 3 pupils from North Lakes School, Penrith, visited Cranstons Cumbrian Food Hall on Thursday 21st February to learn about their food’s journey from farm to fork. The visit was part of a wider project aimed at educating the children on all aspects of the food chain,...

Fortunately, this is not quite what is seems – some 170 young people will be in court, but as participants in the 2013 Magistrates’ Court Mock Trial C...
School pupils are writing poetry for a competition to mark an important Wordsworth bicentenary in Ambleside next spring. Students from the Lakes Schoo...
The Teaching Agency has today announced its 2013/14 allocations for training places in its new School Direct programme. The University of Cumbria is o...
Thirty-five students and staff have arrived in Cumbria from Taiwan on an 11 day visit as part of the Connecting Classrooms link. Connecting Class...
Pupils from a Carlisle school will be taking to the catwalk to show off how great Fairtrade clothing is. On Thursday, May 31 2012, more than 10 p...
 Private foster carers in Cumbria are being urged to contact the county council to find out about what help and support they could be entitled to...
Patterdale Mountain rescue Team were called by police to the report of a woman with an injured ankle near the summit of Hallin Fell. The woman, a 23 year old teacher from Carlisle, was accompanying...
Police in Kirkby Stephen are appealing for two men to come forward after a suspicious incident was reported on Friday morning. Police have received reports that at around 8:20am on Friday 19th...
Students from the University of Cumbria have been working with pupils from Beaumont College, Lancaster, on the Big Draw project for 2012. The Big Draw is an annual, national drawing event which was...
When Beth Hardy and Imran Khan graduate from the University of Cumbria at Carlisle Cathedral next week, they won’t simply be celebrating the end of their studies and qualifying as primary teachers –...