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Youth 4 Excellence CIC with their team of seven young volunteers have organised its seventh Annual Celebrating Youth Excellence Awards ceremony to take place at the Holiday Inn, Smallbrook Queensway, Birmingham on Saturday 19 September 2015. The black tie community event will celebrate the outstanding achievements and positive contributions of young people (13-25), parents, organisations and educators across the West Midlands.

Thousands of children in Wolverhampton will be eligible to receive free school meals again this autumn. All Key Stage 1 – Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 – pupils in state-funded schools in England are eligible for a healthy, cooked lunch, at no cost to parents or guardians. It means more than 8,300 pupils in Wolverhampton will be able to get a main course and dessert every weekday during term time throughout the coming school year.

Walsall College has been named 4th for Student Satisfaction, amongst institutions in the UK offering higher education provision, following the National Student Survey (NSS) 2015. The results from the latest National Student Survey reveal that 96% of higher education students at Walsall College were satisfied with their courses in 2015, far exceeding the national average of 86% for all institutions this year.