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Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

More than half of graduates say they’d think again about choosing university as the best way to find a job, according to teen magazine Future-Mag.

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Not going to university is way forward for many

Increasing tuition fees and a rise in interest charges have made university a decidedly expensive option for students.

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Not going to university is way forward for many

Increasing tuition fees and a rise in interest charges have made university a decidedly expensive option for students.

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Almost half - 48 per cent - of Christ's Hospital's students achieved grades A* to A

’Excellent’ set of A-level results for Christ’s Hospital School

Christ’s Hospital pupils and their teachers have today been celebrating an ‘excellent’ set of A-level results.

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(Left to right) Molly Tay, Amy Ferris, Ellis Wilson and Katie Hamilton.

A-levels: Joy as Holy Trinity celebrates another excellent year

There were plenty of smiling faces as Holy Trinity celebrated another excellent year of A-level results.

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A-Levels: Record breaking results at St Paul’s

Staff and students at St Paul’s Catholic College are celebrating their best-ever A-Level results.

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A-Levels results day

Share your A-level success stories!

It’s A-level results day!
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Central Sussex College's Haywards Heath campus

Government buys Haywards Heath college campus for ‘education use’

The government has bought the former Central Sussex College campus in Haywards Heath and plans to use it for education purposes.

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Imran Nasim with his family, from left: mum Michelle, brother Adam (21), Imran (18) and dad Tariq. Picture: Liz Pearce

Genius! Imran, 18, bags first-class degree

At the tender age of 18, Imran Nasim from Burgess Hill has already got a first-class degree under his belt.

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Childline has seen a rise in calls from teenagers worried about exam results

Rise in number of worried teens contacting Childline about exam results

Childline has reported a sharp rise in the number of 16-18-year-olds getting in touch because they were worried about their exam results.

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Liam Pope prepares to move on to the next stage of his career as chef de partie at Wycombe Abbey girls' school. Picture: Liz Finlayson

Autistic chef secures job at top boarding school

An autistic chef who developed a love for cooking while studying at LVS Hassocks has secured a chef’s position at a leading girls’ boarding school.

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Chairman of the Mid Sussex Labour Party Greg Mountain

Labour Party’s ‘dismay’ after college merger announcement

The recent announcement of the merger between Central Sussex College and Chichester College has created reaction from the Mid Sussex Labour Party.

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Saoirse wins top scholarship with ‘excellent’ grades

This year’s top Academic Scholarship to Hurstpierpoint College was awarded to Saoirse Osborne with an impressive set of A* results across English, Maths, science, French, geography and history.

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New principal Vicki Illingworth outside Crawley College

COUNTY NEWS: Colleges merge to form largest college group in Sussex

Two Sussex colleges have merged to form a dynamic and ambitious new group.

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Plumpton Primary School was rated 'good' by Ofsted SUS-170726-102351001

School praised for ‘absolute turnaround’ School praised for ‘absolute turnaround’

A school has been praised by parents and Ofsted for an “absolute turnaround” since its last inspection.

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Students at Burgess Hill Academy

Academy reflects on first year of new chapter

The Burgess Hill Academy has celebrated the end of its first year of being part of the University of Brighton Academies Trust.

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Pupils from Warninglid Primary School at the flower show

Pupils get creative in scarecrow competition

Pupils at Warninglid Primary School in Haywards Heath put their creative skills to the test in a scarecrow competition.

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Flash mob at St Wilfrid's School

Students head into summer with a flash mob

What would you do if you were about to take a six-week holiday? You'd dance!
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Primary school children buried a time capsule at the event. Picture: Simon Dack

Pupils connect with countryside

Primary school children buried a time capsule, capturing a snapshot of living in the British countryside at the South of England Showground.

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Justine Greening MP, secretary of state for education

Parents publish tongue-in-cheek school report for Justine Greening

Parents campaigning for better education funding have penned a 'school report' for Justine Greening - and told her she must try harder.

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