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Roger, Chairman-Sedgefield Development Trust

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On Friday 26th September Sainsbury’s Sedgefield held a Macmillan coffee morning which was in memory of there store manager Shaun Dixon who sadly lost his battle last month.

Raising a massive £1070.60



Sedgefield Development Trust have pulled off another 3 great new additions to the Farmers Market. So, on Sunday 5th October you will be able to buy organic poultry from the Northumberland Poultry stall we will have a tea and coffee maker and a gazebo "food court" for the public to sit and perhaps eat things from other stalls. It will be provided by Carol Devanney who runs Mabel and Mary's Pantry. Plus, Zillah's Homemade Dog Treats will be selling just that, Dog Treats....

October News Headline Story - Top of the league!

After consecutive years of dramatically improving GCSE results at Sedgefield Community College, this year’s results saw the college achieve the accolade of being County Durham’s highest attaining secondary school for the first time in its history.


In a year when there has been much change in the education sector and a well publicised drive to reverse the so called ‘dumbing down’ of GCSEs, the GCSE results show the already impressive standards at Sedgefield Community College have risen yet again. In recent years, student performance at Sedgefield has led the school to be grouped amongst the highest achieving schools in the country, yet this year’s GCSE results prove that there are no signs of complacency, as the school goes from strength to strength.


Headteacher Dave Davies is absolutely delighted for students and staff, who have worked so hard to produce this stunning performance. “Being top of the performance league table is a fantastic achievement at any time, but it is all the more satisfying in a year that has undoubtedly been one of the most challenging for schools for many years.” He went on to explain that the reputation of the college now stretches beyond the local community. “In September we started the new school year with the biggest year seven intake the college has ever seen, and if there had been enough space we could have easily taken significantly more students such was the demand for places!”


Asked why he thought Sedgefield was now so popular, Mr Davies said he believes that parents realise that the school now delivers consistently, not just in terms of examination performance, but in the way it cares for students and of course the quality of teaching. “It is this consistency which provides parents with the confidence that they are making the right choice for their children.”

Mr Davies reassured parents that in spite of reaching the top of the performance tables, the school is still focussed upon the next step. “We know that if we are to continue to provide an outstanding experience for our students we must continue to measure our performance with the best schools nationally not locally. Parents and future parents of students attending Sedgefield Community College, can be reassured that this attitude won’t change.”



News Headlines

Easy-access defibrillator installed

Congratulations to Sedgefield in Bloom!

The smiling faces of park volunteers

Do you play the piano?

Sedgefield residents represent Great Britain at the Strakonice International Bagpipe Festival

Another successful Folk Festival

39th Sedgefield Drama Festival of One Act Plays

Coop funds SPYS trip

Thomas tops the lot!

Plant Quiz

Summer at Hardwick Park


Sports Headlines

Rugby Union

Wheelchair Rugby

Great North Run

Sports Awards



Community Life

Sedgefield Village Neighbourhood & Crime Watch Panel

Residents’ Forum Jottings from Sept 1st meeting

From PC Keith Todd

Pub Watch


Dr Jones & Partners - Flu Campaign 2014

The Sedgefield Plan

Your Letters



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