Uckfield’s St Philip’s Catholic Primary School hopes a temporary access to its premises from the Victoria Pleasure Ground can be made permanent.
Plans have been submitted to extend Twiglets Pre-school building in Downsview Crescent, Uckfield.
An array of Easter bonnets were on display at Manor Primary School this afternoon and the weather was perfect for showing them off to parents.
Children at Holy Cross Primary School, Uckfield, have been able to enter an art competition thanks to the response from the community following an appeal for materials.
Four students from the Rennie Dance Academy have won through to the finals of the Royal Academy of Dance South East Awards.
Nutley Primary School children are making the most of a forest on their doorstep and learning all about the woodland environment.
Headteachers have warned Uckfield parents that schools funding “is in crisis”.
Holy Cross headteacher Cathy Dart turned into Paddington Bear and then Burglar Bill when she joined the rest of the school in dressing up for World Book Day.
Holy Cross teaching assistant Sarah Wise has won the regional round of a prestigious award.
Framfield schoolchildren have recorded their own version of Rag n Bone Man’s hit song Human.
Children and staff at Holy Cross Primary School are celebrating having been awarded £5,000 from the Tesco carrier bag charge fund.
Children from the East Sussex Dance Studios, based at Five Ashes scooped awards at festivals in Eastbourne and South Downs.
Professional dancers are coming to Maresfield to run workshops around the hit shows Wicked and Into the Hoods.
You might spot Harry Potter characters walking up and down Uckfield streets on Thursday, March 2, at the beginning and end of the school day.
Uckfield Town Council has a new member.
Holy Cross pupils are appealing for unwanted art materials to help them take part in a church schools’ art competition.
There were plenty of happy faces at Uckfield Community Technology College this morning (August 25) as students collected their GCSE results.
Children at Manor Primary School, Uckfield, stepped back in time to the Tudor era yesterday and sampled the lifestyle of Henry VIII.
Youngsters from Blackboys and Framfield schools spent yesterday learning about the conflict in Syria and donated loose change to help children there.
Music, dance, food and games – and the threat of an execution – from the medieval period were enjoyed by students from Uckfield Community Technology College on Tuesday.