Rewarded for excellence. . .

29th January 1999 at 00:00
Seventy-six schools, colleges, universities and other educational organisations have been presented with a Charter Mark - the Government's award for excellence in public service. They are: Schools

Angmering school, Littlehampton, W Sussex; Ashdown school, Poole, Dorset; Athelstan primary, Leeds; Brentside high school, Ealing, London; Caistor grammar, Caistor, Lincs; Coppice community high, Wolverhampton; Caterham high school, Ilford, Essex; Elmtree first school, Chesham, Bucks; Ercall Wood school, Telford, Shrops; Faringdon school, Faringdon, Oxon; Godolphin county junior, Slough, Berks; Great Barr primary, Birmingham; Greenleas lower school, Leighton Buzzard, Beds; Greensward school, Hockley, Essex; Hayfield School, Auckley, Doncaster; Hayesfield girls school, Bath; Hensall county primary, Goole, Humberside; Hessle high school, Hessle, E Yorks; Holy Cross RC high school, Chorley, Lancs; Hormead C of E school, Buntingford, Herts; Hylton Red House primary, Sunderland; Idsall school, Shifnal, Shrops; Langley Park girls' school, Beckenham, Kent; Leicester Royal Infirmary NHS Trust children's hospital school; Longdendale high school, Hyde, Cheshire; Marshfield primary, Cardiff, S Glamorgan; Moseley school, Birmingham; Parklands junior, Romford, Essex; Philip Morant school, Colchester, Essex; Rachel Madocks school, Waterlooville, Hants; St Peter at Gowts primary, Lincoln; St Matthew's primary, Ipswich, Suffolk; Sir Charles Lucas school, Colchester, Essex; Sir James Barrie school, London; Stoneleigh first school, Epsom, Surrey; Swaffield primary, London; Sylvester primary, Liverpool; Thomas Hardye school, Dorchester, Dorset; Thomas Telford school, Telford, Shrops; Threshfield primary, Skipton, N Yorks; Townsend school, St Albans, Herts; Tuxford comprehensive, Newark, Notts; Upper Beeding primary, Steyning, W Sussex; Valley End CofE infants, Chobham, Surrey; Willows nursery, Portsmouth, Hants; Winston Churchill school, Woking, Surrey.

Colleges

Bournville College, Birmingham; Bromley College, Kent; Canterbury College, Kent; Carlisle College, Cumbria; City College Manchester; Coventry Technical College; Darlington College of Technology; Dixons City Technology College, Bradford; Falkirk College; Gateshead College; Hartlepool College of Further Education; Havering Adult College, Essex; Lewisham College, London; Leyland St Mary's Technology College, Lancs; Minsthorpe community college, Pontefract, W Yorks; Pembrokeshire College, Dyfed; Richmond Adult and Community College, Middlesex; Runshaw College, Preston, Lancs; Salisbury College, Wiltshire; Selby College, S Yorks; St Mary's College, Londonderry; South Birmingham College; Telford College of Arts and Technology, Shrops.

Other

Kingston Upon Hull governors team; University and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), Cheltenham; Warrington Collegiate Institute, Cheshire.

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