James Calvert Spence College – South Avenue

  • Young citizens award ceremony – 2011

    Young citizens award ceremony – 2011

    17th June 2011

    Five young model citizens were  awarded prizes and trophies to recognise their outstanding behaviour and attitude both in and…

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  • Bangladesh revisited

    Bangladesh revisited

    10th June 2011

    Remember the three Bangladesh visitors to Amble (JCSC) last November? The result of that get together…

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  • JCSC new uniform, new decor

    JCSC new uniform, new decor

    18th May 2011

    As students at JCSC broke up for the Easter half term, decorators were brought into the…

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  • Spurreli ice cream challenge winner announced

    Spurreli ice cream challenge winner announced

    13th May 2011

    Billy Handyside has won the Spurreli Ice Cream Challenge. Nine year old Billy was chosen as the winner…

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  • Exciting times for newly renamed school

    Exciting times for newly renamed school

    15th February 2011

    Many pupils going back to school after the Christmas holiday, returned not only to a fresh…

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  • Snow sculpture competition

    Snow sculpture competition

    7th December 2010

    Many Northumberland schools suffered during last weeks snow. Those that did stay open often had to…

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  • Local students soar to success in national ‘Singup’

    Local students soar to success in national ‘Singup’

    3rd December 2010

    Singup is a national programme designed to encourage confidence, health and social development through singing and…

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  • Meet Richard Kielty

    Meet Richard Kielty

    20th October 2010

    The new Head of Amble Middle School talked to The Ambler.Richard grew up in North Yorkshire,…

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  • Lack of money and falling pupil numbers may mean school closure

    Lack of money and falling pupil numbers may mean school closure

    21st September 2010

    Plans have been put forward to amalgamate Druridge Bay and Amble Middle Schools in a bid to save…

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