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Bradford Council set to lose up to £2m in education grant cuts

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CONCERNED: Councillor Ralph Berry

3:59pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

UP TO £2m will be slashed from grants that fund everything from music to tackling struggling schools, in new cuts to hit Bradford next year.

Council could 'claw back' thousands of pounds in education funding from schools

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Malcolm Sykes

6:30am Tuesday 22nd July 2014

BRADFORD Council could attempt to "claw back" thousands of pounds in education funding that is currently being unused by the district's schools.

Ofsted says teaching of music is not good enough at music academy

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Nick Weller

5:53pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

A primary music academy has been told it "requires improvement" by government inspectors, who say the teaching of music there is not good enough.

New Trojan Horse report is 'final proof' that Bradford links were overblown

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: MP David Ward

5:31pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

A NEW report into the ‘Trojan Horse’ controversy is final proof that claims of a Bradford link were “blown out of all proportion”, an MP says.

Pupils learn from soccer professional

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mark Jackson visits Fearnville Primary School

12:21pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

BRADFORD primary school pupils have benefited from some professional soccer coaching as part of a sport and health festival.

Greengates Primary School deemed inadequate by Ofsted

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Primary school deemed inadequate by Ofsted

9:01pm Monday 21st July 2014

THE head of a primary school in the district has promised to "rapidly improve" the school after a disappointing inspection report.

Primary school bids fond farewell to headteacher

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Low Moor Primary Headteacher, Virginia Hartley, with some of the youngest pupils at the school, celebrating her time in the profession before her retirement

1:37pm Monday 21st July 2014

A primary school in Low Moor will bid a fond farewell to its headteacher of over 20 years.

MP joins Otley schoolchildren to back global education campaign

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (L to R): Showing their support for the Send My Friend to School campaign at Prince Henry's Grammar School - Tom Winter, Laura McPherson, Greg Mulholland MP, Georgina Anson, Robyn Gulley, Joshan Chana.

9:04pm Sunday 20th July 2014

AN OTLEY school's support for an international campaign to give all children access to education has been backed by the local MP.

Boost for tots' learning in Holme Wood

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The new Carwood Primary School 2 year old facility. Manager Sylvia Ralph with young Daisy Hodgson (2).

4:01pm Sunday 20th July 2014

TWO year olds in the Holme Wood area can now attend school after a primary school officially opened its new early years provision.

Silsden school pupils scale Yorkshire's heights as part of annual challenge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Hothfield Junior School pupils who successfully walked the Yorkshire Three Peaks: from left, Isla Williams, Faith Jordan, Millie Isherwood, Connor Pennington and Joey van Suilichem

6:45am Saturday 19th July 2014

YOUNGSTERS and parents from a Silsden school have successfully climbed Yorkshire's three highest mountains.

School to double size to cope with demand

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7:00pm Friday 18th July 2014

A Horsforth primary school is set to double the number of pupils it takes to help cope with a growing demand for places.

Ilkley Grammar School's leavers’ ball at Craiglands Hotel - pictures

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Benji Claydon and Ben O'Connor

6:26am Friday 18th July 2014

ILKLEY Grammar School Leavers’ Ball saw the usual influx of ball gowns, tuxedos and strange methods of transport as the year 11 students headed to The Craigland’s Hotel to celebrate their final exam and for some the end of their school career.

Nasser hits final rivals for six in Bradford Schools final

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2:57pm Friday 18th July 2014

UNIVERSITY Academy Keighley's under-13s team have become Bradford Schools cricket champions.

Joint effort by Keighley and Leeds-based firms creates high-tech IT network for Keighley school pupils

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: From left, Daniel Holmes, LDD consultancy services manager, and Webanywhere customer services manager, Simon Smith, in the IT suite at Holy Family

6:47am Friday 18th July 2014

A SUCCESSFUL partnership between two firms has given a boost to a Keighley school's IT facilities.

Councillors call for more powers to deal with troubled schools

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: OUSTED: Marie Small, chairman of the governing body at St Luke's Primary School, which is being replaced by an Interim Executive Board

7:02am Thursday 17th July 2014

COUNCILLORS from all the major political parties have called for more power to intervene at troubled schools after it was revealed yet another Bradford school will have its governors replaced.

Concern at 'parents having no voice' over academy plan for school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HIGH EARNER: Bradford West MP George Galloway  who is the top earner among MPs for broadcasting and journalism work

6:31pm Thursday 17th July 2014

The headteacher of a Bradford primary school says she understands why parents are upset that the school will likely be turned into an academy.

MP joins Otley schoolchildren to back global education campaign

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (L to R): Showing their support for the Send My Friend to School campaign at Prince Henry's Grammar School - Tom Winter, Laura McPherson, Greg Mulholland MP, Georgina Anson, Robyn Gulley, Joshan Chana.

7:05pm Thursday 17th July 2014

AN OTLEY school's support for an international campaign to give all children access to education has been backed by the local MP.

Reformed criminals deliver anti-crime message to Bradford pupils

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Laisterdyke Business and Enterprise college hosted a ' Prison? Me? No Way! ' event. This is one of the groups of young people who attended. The boy leaning on the counter is Raghib Khan.

2:24pm Wednesday 16th July 2014

PUPILS at Laisterdyke Business and Enterprise College are enjoying a week where they get to experience much more than their regular curriculum.

VIDEO: Pupils get a taste of life in Shakespeare’s time at Elizabethan Day

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Primary pupils watch jousting as part of an Elizabethan day at Bingley Grammar School

11:43am Wednesday 16th July 2014

JOUSTING knights, birds of prey and romantic misunderstandings made up a school day with a difference for Bingley pupils.

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