3:25am Friday 3rd July 2015
A WEEK-long sporting event has been taking place at a Bradford school to commemorate the life of a much-loved teacher who died during a PE lesson.
3:23pm Friday 3rd July 2015
IN order for the next generation to appreciate the importance of growing their own food, educating youngsters about the process is imperative.
2:52pm Thursday 2nd July 2015
A SPECIAL flying display by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flights Spitfire will be the highlight of this year's Yorkshire Wartime Experience.
2:31pm Thursday 2nd July 2015
A PRIMARY school in Idle has maintained its ‘good’ rating after a visit by Ofsted inspectors.
12:35pm Thursday 2nd July 2015
ENTREPRENEURS of the future at a local school have been busy trying to turn £5 into big money.
9:35am Tuesday 30th June 2015
STAFF have been protesting outside Bradford College this morning after union members agreed to strike over potential job cuts.
1:35pm Tuesday 30th June 2015
KEIGHLEY MP Kris Hopkins is backing a move which could see poorly-performing schools automatically converted into academies.
3:42pm Tuesday 30th June 2015
WHEN most children create a piece of art, it may end up on display at the school or on their parents' fridge.
5:07am Monday 29th June 2015
VITAL targets to improve education standards across the district have been missed, warns a report scrutinising Bradford Council's performance.
5:50pm Monday 29th June 2015
Almost 50 of the district's primary schools were inspected by Ofsted in the last financial year.
1:28pm Monday 29th June 2015
STAFF at Bradford College will strike tomorrow in an ongoing row over potential job losses.
5:05am Monday 29th June 2015
BRADFORD Council's failure to meet education targets has led to a political spat between a district MP and the man who used to oversee the department for the local authority.
5:12pm Monday 29th June 2015
A DEBATING team from a local school has been crowned champions of a national competition.
12:18am Thursday 25th June 2015
THE former chief executive of Bradford College, Michele Sutton, was today receiving a CBE for her services to further education at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
5:21am Thursday 25th June 2015
A HUNDRED new trainee teachers have been recruited as part of a partnership to improve education standards in Bradford.
5:22pm Tuesday 23rd June 2015
CONTROVERSIAL changes to school transport for children with disabilities will go ahead, Council bosses have decided.
2:51pm Tuesday 23rd June 2015
IN the heart of Bradford's urban sprawl lies an oasis of calm and tranquility, where professional pampering comes at affordable prices.
3:23am Tuesday 23rd June 2015
PUPILS at a Bradford primary school were visited by a wildlife legend who inspired them to transform into mini explorers for the day.
3:00am Tuesday 23rd June 2015
PARENTS are celebrating after the University of Bradford postponed a decision that could have seen the closure of its on-site nursery.
11:42am Tuesday 23rd June 2015
A CHILDREN'S centre in Pudsey has been declared "good" in its most recent Ofsted inspection.
2:42am Thursday 18th June 2015
ONE of Bradford's biggest secondary schools has been branded "inadequate" after poor performance by pupils in last year's exam results.
4:02am Wednesday 17th June 2015
FEWER children with disabilities or special needs would be entitled to free cabs to school, under cost-cutting Council plans.
3:19pm Wednesday 17th June 2015
GEORGE Osborne said he would explore giving schools tougher powers to prevent a repeat of the stabbing of a Bradford teacher.
5:42pm Tuesday 16th June 2015
A TEACHING union has said new government plans to raise the bar for GCSE grades will lead to more Bradford schools being deemed as failing.
6:03pm Tuesday 16th June 2015
A FORMER wagon driver who became a British citizen in 2006 and has studied at Bradford College has won national recognition for his commitment to learning and acquiring new skills.
12:24pm Tuesday 16th June 2015
STUDENTS at a Bradford school have published an anthology of original poems and short stories after working alongside a professional writer for a year.
5:47am Monday 15th June 2015
A BRADFORD school has linked up with a theatre company to create a new youth theatre.
5:02pm Sunday 14th June 2015
INSPECTORS believe GCSE results at a Bradford school in special measures will improve this year, and described recent progress there as "an encouraging picture of achievement".
3:31pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015
NEW Government policy forcing failing schools to become academies would be difficult to implement in Bradford, warns a teaching union.
12:49pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015
CHILDREN at a primary school have celebrated the heritage and cultures of Central Europe.
12:05pm Monday 1st June 2015
BRADFORD College’s new state-of-the-art £10 million Advanced Technology Centre will be completed early next month.
3:16am Monday 1st June 2015
THE end of the school day is the peak time for road accidents involving children in Yorkshire, according to figures released today.
4:47am Thursday 28th May 2015
THE head of a new secondary school that will eventually have 1,050 pupils is busy preparing for the school's opening in September.
5:30pm Tuesday 26th May 2015
A SCHEME that allows children around Bradford to escape from city life and spend time in the district's woodlands is expanding to allow them to camp overnight.
4:17pm Tuesday 26th May 2015
BIG improvements to the outdoor pitch at Thornbury Primary School in Bradford are scoring top marks from pupils.
12:27pm Tuesday 26th May 2015
A PUDSEY teacher has been singled out by football star Frank Lampard for kick starting his career in the game.
2:32pm Monday 25th May 2015
A CREATIVE project involving young people in Bradford investigating the heritage of Magna Carta has received nearly £50,000 of Lottery funding.
6:03am Saturday 23rd May 2015
A TROUBLED free school taken over by an academy chain in January has been praised for improving behaviour, attendance and plans to expand its curriculum.
5:06pm Thursday 21st May 2015
AROUND 100 Bradford College students took to the streets to protest plans to cut staff and transfer some services to outside companies.
1:04pm Wednesday 20th May 2015
FOUR primary schools have been allocated tens of thousands of pounds to help ease pressure on school places this September.
11:09am Tuesday 19th May 2015
THREE early years providers have pledged to deal with issues raised in critical Ofsted reports.
3:35pm Tuesday 19th May 2015
STELLA Litras knows a thing or two about mentors, and the valuable role they play in young people's lives.
2:55am Monday 18th May 2015
PLANS HAVE been unveiled to merge Silsden’s two primary schools to help tackle an overcrowding crisis.
11:04am Wednesday 13th May 2015
STUDENTS at Shipley College have used the social media craze of taking 'selfies' to raise awareness of the condition of autism.
5:34pm Wednesday 13th May 2015
A PRIMARY school in a Bradford village have organised what they hope becomes an annual tradition.
11:00am Wednesday 13th May 2015
PRIMARY school pupils in Bradford donned bow ties and sequins to take part in a ballroom dancing competition as part of an innovative scheme that gives youngsters the chance to try out new activities.
11:45am Tuesday 12th May 2015
STAFF at Bradford College and Leeds City College's Keighley campus could strike over proposed job losses.
4:08am Friday 8th May 2015
INCONSISTENCY in the quality of teaching at a primary school has led to the academy being told to improve by Ofsted inspectors.
6:02am Wednesday 6th May 2015
SUPPORT staff at a Bradford primary school have been told they could soon lose their jobs with one teaching union fearing the situation is likely to be repeated in other schools.
1:13pm Tuesday 5th May 2015
LEEDS City College, which has one of its campuses in Keighley, has warned it will suffer major loss of funding this year.