December 13 2013 Latest news:
Making education exciting and instilling “awe and wonder” into learning are behind the success of Millfields Primary School, according to headteacher Janet Meacock.
Essex’s education chief has warned against complacency after primary schools in the county showed a slight improvement overall in their SAT results.
Essex’s road chief has said he is “extremely disappointed” that the Government has put back its decision on a preferred option for a new Lower Thames Crossing.
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Colchester United’s current position, in League One, bears an uncanny resemblance to that of 12 months ago.
Colchester United will once again be missing a host of senior players, for Saturday’s home game against basement dwellers Notts County.
Dominic Vose hopes he gets the chance to play alongside new loanee Blair Turgott – because he is promising goals.