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Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Schools Awards 2015

Head of academy chain says parents were fully consulted over take-over plan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kings Science Academy

5:03am Tuesday 25th November 2014

THE head of the academy chain taking over a beleaguered free school says parents had been fully consulted about the upcoming changes - and that the vast majority support them.

Consultation held over admissions criteria for over-subscribed Bingley primary

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Eldwick Primary School

6:05am Tuesday 25th November 2014

A CONSULTATION is being held about the admissions criteria for places at one of the most oversubscribed primaries in the district.

Bradford schoolchildren put Shakespeare into a modern context

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pupils from Bradford Primary Schools taking part in a Shakespeare for Schools festival St Stephen's CofE.

6:26am Tuesday 25th November 2014

BRADFORD schoolchildren put Shakespeare into a modern context for performances at a festival celebrating the Bard's work.

MP requests academy meeting over parent concerns

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kings Science Academy

5:08am Monday 24th November 2014

BRADFORD'S troubled Kings Science Academy is embroiled in fresh controversy with a city MP requesting a meeting with the Secretary of State of Education over its transfer to new management.

Pupils learn all about the Great War

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:46am Monday 24th November 2014

CHILDREN at Cullingworth Primary School studied the First World War as part of commem- orations marking the 100th anniversary of the start of the conflict.

School reveals plans for new £2m all-weather hockey pitch

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:30am Thursday 20th November 2014

A SCHOOL has unveiled plans for an ambitious £2 million expansion of its sports facilities.

George Osborne's praise for Northern universities

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: George Osborne plans to give more people access to their pension pots

11:58am Thursday 20th November 2014

GEORGE Osborne sought to stress that his flagship project aims to do more than improve transport links by hailing universities as “the jewel in the crown of northern cities”.

Shakespeare is inspiring youngsters

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:54am Wednesday 19th November 2014

BRADFORD schoolchildren are putting their own twist on Shakespeare this week as part of a national festival aimed at boosting literacy and aural skills, confidence and teamwork.

'Offence' taken in council's discussion over school governors

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:03pm Wednesday 19th November 2014

A DEBATE about how to recruit more governors to schools became heated at a council meeting last night.

Ofsted boss backs Bradford head's stance for school uniform breaches

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: BACKING: Hanson Academy's staff sent 250 pupils home in three days

6:19pm Tuesday 18th November 2014

THE head of education watchdog Ofsted has given his backing to a Bradford school criticised for sending 152 pupils home in one day for not wearing the correct uniform.

Praise for school from Ofsted

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:48am Tuesday 18th November 2014

A PRIMARY school is celebrating high praise from Ofsted judges.

Help us spotlight the fantastic work of all our schools

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (12730111)

2:02pm Monday 17th November 2014

When we decided to launch our very first Bradford and District Schools Awards more than a year ago, we had no idea what the response would be.

VIDEO: Bradford Council urges people to help tackle vacant crossing patrol crisis

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

5:02am Monday 17th November 2014

Bradford is facing a "desperate" shortage of crossing patrol workers with more than half of the district's roles vacant.

Bradford schools could be missing out on more than £1.4 million to help disadvantaged pupils

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: test

6:02am Monday 17th November 2014

SCHOOLS across Bradford could be losing out around £1.4 million each year because parents are not enrolling their children for free school dinners.

Schoolgirl takes stand against parents who park badly outside her Little Horton school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SAFETY FIRST: Isabelle Suddick, 11, a pupil at All Saints' CE Primary School (front) holding her letter with Fire, Police, Bradford Council Road Safety representatives and the Headteacher John Davie in the background.

6:01am Monday 17th November 2014

A PUPIL has taken a stand against irresponsible parking outside her primary school by highlighting the issue with highways bosses.

Head teacher is soaked for Children In Need fundraiser

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:13am Friday 14th November 2014

STUDENTS and staff at Shipley College paid to soak the principal yesterday in aid of Children in Need.

Pupils are taught all about poppies

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:13am Thursday 13th November 2014

THE sacrifice of those who died in the First World War was the subject of workshops attended by dozens of children yesterday.

Bradford secondary school still not protecting pupils from 'risks of extremism'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CRITICISED: Carlton Bolling College is still not doing enough to protect pupils from "risks posed by extremism", according to education inspectors

6:17am Tuesday 11th November 2014

A BRADFORD secondary school which was strongly criticised by Government inspectors earlier this year is still not doing enough to protect students "from risks of extremism", a new report states.

VIDEO: Children remember military's sacrifices with First World War woodland memorial

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Marshfields Primary school pupils help plant a forest close to the school  Pictured are Hussain Akhbar and mohammed Ayman

6:14pm Tuesday 11th November 2014

CHILDREN at a Bradford Primary School have made sure the community never forgets the sacrifice made by the country's military.

VIDEO: School's drummers beat the competition for chance to perform at Royal Albert Hall

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PERFORMANCE: Beckfoot School's Drumline are (from left), Jack Blackey, Mark Lewalski, Bill Livingstone, Joe Manning, and Dave Adsett

6:33pm Tuesday 11th November 2014

A BAND of precision drummers at Beckfoot School, Bingley have beaten thousands of other young musicians to win the chance to perform at the Royal Albert Hall today.

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