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An image of a stressed teacher. Picture posed.

Two thirds of Bradford teachers 'likely' to leave their school in the next year

Mo Owen - a teacher who took early retirement due to the stresses of the job and is now working as a Handy-Man pictured at home in Gilstead

'Teaching became a nightmare' - why Bradford teacher left the classroom after three decades to become a handyman

Tong High School

Bradford secondary school's improvement plan 'not fit for purpose'

Dr Andrew Logan from the University of Bradford has developed a new test to help people who have face blindness

Bradford lecturer develops test to help diagnose 'face blindness'

Councillor Simon Cooke

Anger over parents who lodge school place appeals then 'do not bother' turning up to hearing

Pupils from Miriam Lord Primary School at Lawcroft House Police Station

Primary pupils visit local police station to learn about crime and punishment

Cottingley Primary School

Plans to ease pressure on some school rolls set to be agreed by Bradford councillors

UK Chairman of Accounts at Deloitte Nick Owen (centre) chats to students from Tong High school LtR Kwast Jallal, Abdullah Khan, Nick Owen, Reece Mcilvenny and Mira Devi

Pupils at Bradford school hope to be named top entrepreneurs for third year in a row

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Children asked to join giant conga line to raise money for good cause

REJECTED: Haggas House, part of Oakbank School in Keighley, was not given listed status

Government minister rejects Historic England advice to protect Victorian building under threat of demolition as part of £150m schools rebuild

Ben Smith, who is in the process of running 401 marathons in 401 days, stops by Bradford Academy to speak to pupils

Bradford pupils meet man on a mission to break consecutive marathon world record

Rashid Karolia, an advisor to Bradford Safeguarding Children Board, which is helping to provide nearly 14,000 hi-visibility vests this winter to help children stay safe

Hi-visibility vests given to children walking to and from religious classes in Bradford

Whitcliffe Mount Sports Centre in Cleckheaton

Campaigners in Cleckheaton complain of 'unfair treatment' over schools rebuild programme

Lidget Green Primary School, one of the pilot schools for the Lifesavers scheme, was made a Centre of Excellence last year for its teaching of financial management. From left are Neelam Karim, Hannah Aziz, Imaan Majid, Jeevan Jawanda, Dan Hields and Yousu

Success of Bradford pilot scheme to teach youngsters money skills leads to national rollout

Worth Valley Primary School pupils take part in the superhero day in memory of four-year-old Riley Turner

Keighley primary school remembers murder victim Riley Turner

BBC and University of Bradford work together to develop course for outside broadcasting

BBC and University of Bradford work together to develop course for outside broadcasting

Emily Alphonse at the new sculpture park at Clayton Primary School

Pupils create sculpture park at Bradford primary school

Tre Curran, Jacob Ward, Lucy Ingham, Rhiannon Canoville-Ord at the road safety performance at Immanuel College

Drama gives school pupils lessons in road safety

Bruce Fowler, recently retired centre manager, Mark Joyce, Chairman of Ilkley and District Round Table, and new Nell Bank manager, Dan Goodey. at the grand opening of the new Roundhouse at Ilkley's Nell Bank Centre

First roundhouse is built in Wharfedale in more than 2,000 years will 'bring history to life'

Children from Wibsey Primary School worked with police to crack down on danger drivers on the village high street. Left to right are Shane Jarvis, Simon Lumb, Kellice Inwood being shown how to use a speed gun by PCSO Andrew O'Hara

Bradford pupils help police clamp down on speeding motorists around school

The secondary school league tables have been released

SEE HOW YOUR SCHOOL PERFORMS: New national GCSE tables show Bradford remains near the bottom

Haggas House, part of Oakbank School in Keighley

Revised plans drawn up to rebuild Keighley secondary school

SAD: Pupils (from left) Mohammed Sameer, Zeeshan Rehman, Karina Kahanova and Zenab Ali

VIDEO: Dismay and anger as £95,000 community sports fields in Bradford wrecked by vandals ahead of opening ceremony

PLAN: Education Secretary Nicky Morgan said pupils must be protected

Sensitivity needed over Government's drive to protect children from extremism, Bradford teachers' leader warns

Vicky Hands

Bradford student wins computer by completing clearing survey

Barry Green, who will play Bottom, and Ayesha Dharker, who will play Titania in A Midsummer's Night's Dream

Bradford pupils to take to Alhambra stage with Royal Shakespeare Company

John Horton, the subject of the first of 50 videos about the past, present and future of Bradford University

Bradford University marks half century with 50 videos depicting essence of student life

Ian Murch, Bradford spokesman for the National Union of Teachers

Almost half of Yorkshire teachers provide food or money for hungry pupils, shock survey finds

John Bercow speaks to students at Beckfoot School, Bingley

VIDEO: ORDER, ORDER! House of Commons speaker answers probing questions from Bradford students

Joanne Cornelius, the head teacher at High Crags Primary School in Shipley

'Outstanding' trust set to take over a Bradford primary school

The British Heart Foundation have today warned over obesity levels in year six children. Picture: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Third of primary school leavers overweight warns British Heart Foundation

Thorpe Primary School

Popular schools draw in catchment areas as chases for places gather pace

Everything is awesome. Pupils from St Matthew's C of E Primary are getting the chance to build robots using Lego and programming them to perform actions. Kie Petty checks the details on the finished product

Primary school children inspired to become engineers of the future

Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe

Tablet computer and family history courses on offer at local libraries

The 2015 School Awards

T&A SCHOOLS AWARDS: Deadline looms to nominate in the Telegraph & Argus' celebration of education

Head teacher Rachel Winnery with some of the pupils at St Cuthbert's and the First Martyrs school

Inner city Bradford primary school wins praise of inspectors

Dixons City Academy pupils, from left, Philip Rowicki, Hetty Strachan, Zainab Riaz and Nouman Zahid

Pupils have a pop at making modern art

Dixons City Academy principal Shirley Watson with a poster about the anniversary of the school

Pioneering school in Bradford marks 25th anniversary

From left, attendance officer Julia Umpleby, with Allerton Primary School pupils Zubair Bilali, Millie Woolner and Kai Lowther

Bradford school pupils release 260 red balloons and are amazed at where one ends up

The Bradford university team behind the fossilfinder.org website helping to search for early humans in an unexplored desert region of Kenya are, from left, Dr Randolph Donahue, Dr Andrew Wilson and Dr Adrian Evans

Thousands of people across world go online to help Bradford University archaeological study

Horton Park Primary School business manager Ruth Bottomley at the site with pupils, from left, Abdul Balde, Alishba Rehman, Arshad Rehman and Abbey Hudson

Work starts to transform flytipped site on Bradford housing estate for community use

Pupils from Bradford Grammar School with their certificates (51832412)

Bradford pupils among best in country in national computer contest

Parents have been given tips how to choose a primary school for their child

CHECK THIS OUT: The five key tips for parents to get the primary school of their choice

Bradford City Hall

Council 'too focused on its reputation' rather than failing schools

Oliver Rhodes with, from left, Councillor Sue Duffy (Lab, Thornton and Allerton), Bradford West MP Naz Shah, and Councillor Richard Dunbar (Lab, Thornton and Allerton), outside the school

Primary school pupil to present road safety petition to full Council

Those looking for a career change in 2016 are being encouraged to consider teaching

Teacher recruitment drive targets those looking for career change

The official opening of Bradford Studio School, then known as the International Food and Travel Studio, in 2012

VIDEO: Specialist school in Bradford axed after only filling 25 of 300 pupil places

ADVICE: The University of Bradford’s Dr Simon Whitby is one of the Bradford represent-atives helping scientists

Bradford University researchers advise scientists how to prevent their work being used for 'potentially catastrophic' reasons

Number of young people not in training or education in Bradford reaches record low

Number of young people not in training or education in Bradford reaches record low

The head teacher of Addingham Primary School, with some of the children there

Bradford remains low in latest primary league tables - see how your child's school ranks here


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