Teens to learn about alcohol abuse with the help of ‘Smashed’

Theatre focussing on the realities of alcohol misuse is to be performed in front of thousands at schools across West Yorkshire. Pupils at a total of 19 secondary schools in the region will engage in ‘Smashed’, a theatre and education programme sponsored by Diageo Great Britain and delivered by Collingwood Learning. The performance tells the story More...

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By Guest Editorial On Thursday, November 27th, 2014

Ofsted: Gaps for poorest children in Yorkshire and the Humber too wide

Nurseries in Yorkshire and the Humber are improving but gaps for the poorest children remains too wide, new figures warn. Ofsted, an official body for inspecting schools, published a report today on early years More...

By Guest Editorial On Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

Bradford College announces Honorary Fellows of 2014

Bishop Nick Baines Bradford College has revealed the five people who will be awarded Honorary Fellowships during graduation ceremonies at St George’s Hall this December. An Honorary Fellowship is the highest honour More...

By Hasan Faridi On Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

Bradford Academy students design poster to raise HIV awareness

Pupils from Bradford Academy have taken part in a competition to design a poster for World Aids Day. The winning poster was created by Year 9 pupils Melissa, Amy, Aimee, Fariha, Sana and Humaira and their efforts More...

By Hasan Faridi On Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Special guests join Horton Grange Primary pupils for Interfaith Fortnight

A Bradford school is raising awareness about peace and tolerance with the help of the Punjabi Roots Academy. The creative arts training provider, who featured on BBC3’s Bollywood Carmen TV show, performed and More...

By Guest Editorial On Saturday, October 4th, 2014

Open day success for MA Institute’s new Inspire Academy

/* (l-r) Tariq Khan and headteacher Arshad Khan A primary school in Bradford has launched sessions to help youngsters learn Arabic as well as gaining additional support to their education. MA Boys Institute, More...

By Guest Editorial On Monday, August 18th, 2014

Bradford A-level results rise, early data suggests

/* Bradford College students celebrate exam result success Early data suggests an overall rise in excellent A-level results across the Bradford region. The data is not yet complete, but early signs More...

By Guest Editorial On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Record results for Calderdale Key Stage 2 pupils in all subjects

Key Stage 2 pupils in Calderdale schools have achieved record high results in every subject, according to figures released by the Department for Education (DfE). The provisional figures found that children had More...