Disadvantaged youngsters across Cambridgeshire have achieved better GCSE results as the Pupil Premium begins to have an impact in schools.
The news, that more than 30 per cent of youngsters from poorer backgrounds achieved five or more GCSEs at grade A* to C, has been welcomed by Cambridge MP, Julian Huppert.Read more
Cambridgeshire schools are to get an extra £23.2 million in government funding – £2.7 million more than originally expected.
The 7.9 per cent increase has been welcomed by Cambridge MP, Julian Huppert who has been driving the fight for fairer funding for the county’s children for more than a decade.Read more
Cambridge youngsters took time out of their classes to give MP Julian Huppert a lesson in computer programming.
The girls, from St Alban’s Catholic Primary School in Lensfield Road were in Westminster to take part in an event to encourage young people, particularly girls, to learn the basics of computer coding.Read more
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert has welcomed figures released today (Wednesday, July 16) which show that unemployment – including among the young – is continuing to fall in the city.Read more
MP Julian Huppert is supporting a challenge to get children reading following its success last year when 5,581 children across the county took part.
MP Julian Huppert is fighting plans to redevelop Mickey Flynn’s American Pool Club site in Cambridge’s Mill Road fearing that they threaten the individual character of the area.Read more
MP Julian Huppert met hundreds of fundraisers who laced up their walking boots in Milton, Cambridgeshire yesterday (Sunday 13 July) for Alzheimer’s Research UK’s Big Walk – raising thousands for pioneering dementia research in the process.
MP Julian Huppert has marked Halfway to World AIDS day by taking an HIV test to highlight the need to increase HIV testing to improve detection and save money.Read more
MP Julian Huppert has welcomed an historic agreement between the people of Cambridge and Peterborough and the government building on the success of the Cambridge City Deal to deliver more than £70 million in further investment to the region.Read more
More than 6,500 full-time carers in Cambridgeshire – including 750 in Cambridge – would receive a bonus worth up to £250 a year from the Lib Dems in Government for taking care of friends and family.Read more