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History: Founded in 1960 as Filton Technical College. In February 2012, the college merged with Stroud College and was renamed South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.

Yunupingu, right, at the Big Day Out concert in Sydney in 2000

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Taking disabled children away from the sidelines

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Bruce Forsyth poses for photographs after receiving his knighthood in 2011

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Sir Bruce Forsyth has criticised Simon Cowell, saying young acts on his Britain's Got Talent show face "emotional damage" from the pressure of performing.

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Lucy Kirkwood has taken her title from a coinage in Niall Ferguson’s The Ascent of Money and the mystery at the centre of her play from one of the most evocative photographs of the last century: that of the unidentified Tank Man in Tiananmen Square in 1989.

Norman Routledge: Inspirational teacher and mathematician

In recent times, academics tend to be valued, judged and honoured by their research achievements and the number and quality of papers they have had published in learned journals. Great teachers have not been appreciated, as they once were.

Richard Littlejohn's column which appeared in the Daily Mail last December

‘It seems nothing has been learned from Leveson’: Inquiry into sex change teacher’s suicide critical of Daily Mail and Richard Littlejohn

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Imogen Downing has been a regular visitor to IGGY since being introduced to it toward the end of last year

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‘Clever Facebook’ project which hopes to entice foreign students here gets a thumbs-up

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Matthew Kelly as Hector in The History Boys

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When The History Boys was first performed at the National Theatre in 2004 the reverential cupping of a sixth former's genitals by an appreciative retirement-age teacher was enough to elicit ceaseless gales of laughter. Today it is more likely to form the basis of an investigation by detectives from the public protection division.

Moore mayor pushes for shelter law in wake of Oklahoma tornado

Glenn Lewis wants safe rooms provided in every new-built home

One of the attackers captured on camera

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Police shoot two men after soldier is beheaded in busy Woolwich street. PM and London Mayor lead chorus of outrage as Cobra committee meets

Education Secretary Michael Gove

Reforms to teachers' pay ‘will mean bigger class sizes’

Chief schools inspector says heads will be forced to choose – small pupil groups or well paid staff

Baroness Grey-Thompson said very few girls today competed in wheelchair racing, as she did

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Former Paralympian says many disabled children still 'sent to the library' during school PE lessons

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