Professor Susan Perkin, a Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Oxford, has been honoured in the annual Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the UK
Oxfordshire’s director of children’s services believes the county needs more clout and more cash to plug the black hole in special educational needs finances.
Professor Tracey spoke of her pride in being asked to lead her hometown university, where she has studied and worked as an internationally-renowned neuroscientist.
Oxfordshire County Council insists staff “don’t recognise” a councillor’s allegation that parents pushing for special education needs services have been presented with the idea of giving up their children.
The Cherwell School in Marston Ferry Road received the top grading after inspectors from the national school standards watchdog visited in October.
The Schwarzman Centre construction commencement ceremony represents an important milestone in the single biggest capital project ever carried out at Oxford University.
Oxfordshire’s director for children’s services argued that preparing for such a meeting would take already-stretched council staff away from attempts to improve services.
The steel frame superstructure was signed by a local child at a celebration event this week, and a traditional bolt tightening also took place to recognise the significant milestone in the delivery of the primary school.
The independent all-girls school organised the inaugural Rugby World Cup as part of its commitment to developing the game and increasing opportunities for women’s rugby locally.
Trinity College has announced the launch of Events at Trinity, a new public programme of activity in its Levine Building that was opened by the then Prince of Wales in May 2022.
The recommendation to permanently implement the School Streets programme by the councillor in charge of Oxfordshire’s highways will apply to four Oxfordshire primary schools at drop-off and pick-up times.