1:30pm Thursday 29th January 2015
BRADFORD once again has found itself near the bottom of the school league tables when it comes to GCSE results.
7:02am Wednesday 28th January 2015
A UNIVERSITY of Bradford-based science group is aiming to forge stronger links between the city's young scientists and firms.
12:03am Tuesday 27th January 2015
MPs today reject a call by a Bradford principal for every school to become an independent academy – arguing there is no evidence it would improve results.
12:21pm Tuesday 27th January 2015
A CHARITY dedicated to preparing schools and small sports teams for the worst is spreading its potentially life saving message to Bradford.
11:45am Tuesday 27th January 2015
BANTAMS mania has spread to the city’s primary schools following the club’s FA Cup heroics.
5:35am Monday 26th January 2015
THE PRINCIPAL of a Bradford school where all the governors were sacked last year felt they were "more concerned about their own aspirations in the community" than the school's best interests.
12:48pm Monday 26th January 2015
SCREEN experts are to advise local businesses on how they can cash in on the Bradford district’s increasing popularity as a film and TV production location.
11:55am Monday 26th January 2015
A LEADING Government minister from Ethiopia paid a visit to the University of Bradford.
11:44am Monday 26th January 2015
A Viking invaded the Bradford district – but he wasn’t in the mood for pillaging.
12:04pm Monday 26th January 2015
A PUBLIC forum being held on Wednesday will look at how the district’s young people can be brought into employment.
11:11am Monday 26th January 2015
HIPPERHOLME Grammar Junior School has a new head teacher.
5:02pm Friday 23rd January 2015
PUPILS were left starstruck when a meteorite dating back to the dawn of the solar system, moon dust and even a piece of Mars arrived at their Bradford school.
5:02am Friday 23rd January 2015
SCHOOLS in Bradford will have to do more to show that they are taking "immediate action" to improve standards after an independent report said efforts were moving too slowly.
5:41pm Friday 23rd January 2015
BRADFORD schools have once again been playing their part in a "hugely important" project to help bridge the gaps between different religions and cultures.
Council report reveals increasing concerns ahead of Laisterdyke Business College governors being sacked
5:17am Thursday 22nd January 2015
NEWLY released documents shed more light on the events which led to a school's entire governing body being sacked.
6:47am Wednesday 21st January 2015
SCHOOLS in Bradford will become part of a "pioneering" project to teach children as young as four money management skills.
12:07pm Wednesday 21st January 2015
THE East Bowling community will soon be consulted on Council plans to turn a former special school into a school for expelled children.
5:32am Monday 19th January 2015
MORE than 300 children in Bradford spend their days at home while missing out on their schooling, latest figures reveal.
2:02pm Sunday 18th January 2015
A SCHOOL has become the first in Bradford to be awarded for its "outstanding commitment" to cycling.
5:32am Thursday 15th January 2015
BRADFORD needs urgent measures to deal with its education failures, according to MP George Galloway.
5:57am Thursday 15th January 2015
A CAMPAIGN to tackle Type 2 diabetes in inner-city Bradford has been praised by a national charity for its work in preventing the country's "biggest health challenge."
10:09am Thursday 15th January 2015
A BRADFORD school has hosted an exhibition into the tragic story of Jewish teenager Anne Frank, with several students becoming “ambassadors” for her story.
10:36am Thursday 15th January 2015
SCHOOL pupils have been shown some of the skills needed to make beautiful but transient works of art from blocks of ice.
9:59am Thursday 15th January 2015
A PRIMARY school in Clayton Heights has once again been praised by Ofsted inspectors, who said teaching was “consistently good”.
7:02am Wednesday 14th January 2015
THE former head of a Bradford free school has been re-bailed following his arrest on suspicion of fraud more than a year ago.
5:15am Wednesday 14th January 2015
AN ousted governor of a Bradford school has criticised how a recent inspection of the school has only just been released, weeks after the head was first told the findings.
12:01pm Wednesday 14th January 2015
A FORMER special school site has been recommended as the best option to house a new pupil referral unit which will be used to educate secondary age pupils who have been expelled.
11:35am Wednesday 14th January 2015
PUPILS at a Bradford school have recorded a cover of a hugely popular ballad to help raise money for the victims of a horrific shooting in Pakistan.
9:56am Wednesday 14th January 2015
BECKFOOT School’s Jazz Quintet will make their debut at the Bingley Jazz Club in York Street tomorrow night.
5:55am Monday 12th January 2015
A BRADFORD nursery has has been accused of leaving children at risk in a new Ofsted report which has seen it plunge down the ratings to be labelled "inadequate" by inspectors.
8:11am Monday 12th January 2015
MORE than 500 children in Bradford could find themselves without a place at a secondary school within five years as a growing population piles on the pressure.
12:01pm Monday 12th January 2015
KEIGHLEY school students on a groundbreaking aspiration-boosting scheme met a Cabinet minister when he visited the town.
5:05am Saturday 10th January 2015
PLANS for a three-storey teaching block to accommodate 300 students at Bradford Academy have been submitted.
8:00am Saturday 10th January 2015
BRADFORD Libraries is challenging children aged under five to take up the Rhyme Challenge again this year.
7:32am Friday 9th January 2015
COUNCILLORS are being asked to decide which of eight sites across the district will be best to convert into a new school for up to 100 expelled pupils.
10:11am Friday 9th January 2015
FAULTY boilers that forced the closure of a primary school before Christmas failed to take the steam out of its festive plans.
6:32am Thursday 8th January 2015
ALMOST £2 million of Council cash has been granted to a struggling Bradford secondary school to help its transformation into an academy.
11:03am Thursday 8th January 2015
ILKLEY'S Nell Bank outdoor education centre has been given £500,000 pounds to help pay for a major re-vamp.
5:34am Wednesday 7th January 2015
A BRADFORD school which sent more than 100 pupils home last term for breaching its dress code has started a new crackdown, but some parents claim previously acceptable clothes have now been banned.
6:52pm Tuesday 6th January 2015
A 1,600 strong petition demanding an investigation into why governors were removed from a Bradford school will be discussed by the Council next week.
12:17pm Wednesday 7th January 2015
PUPILS at a Bradford school were thrust into the role of crime scene investigators on their first day back after the Christmas break, after they found an ominous chalk outline in their gym.
12:44pm Wednesday 7th January 2015
THE work of the University of Bradford’s Faculty of Health Studies will be showcased at an exhibition in Dubai.
1:39pm Tuesday 6th January 2015
A THRIVING sports club fears it could fold under current plans to replace a Keighley secondary school.
5:35am Monday 5th January 2015
POLICE were called out to schools in the Bradford district 1,192 times in the past year - the equivalent of three call outs a day.
5:21am Monday 5th January 2015
A SHIPLEY school has helped shape an educational project to get the district's children buzzing about bees.
11:34am Monday 5th January 2015
A NURSERY has been classed as outstanding in all areas by Ofsted.
12:16pm Monday 5th January 2015
HOLY Family School students quizzed a film industry boss during her visit to the school.
6:32am Saturday 3rd January 2015
ALMOST three quarters of research done at Bradford University has been called either "internationally excellent," or world leading helping make it one of the top 50 universities for research in the country.
8:02am Tuesday 30th December 2014
THE Bishop of Bradford has praised a charity which brings together children from different faiths, races and economic backgrounds to show them they have more in common then they might think.
2:44pm Monday 29th December 2014
AN educational service for children being treated in Airedale General Hospital is “making reasonable progress” in pulling itself out of special measures, according to a recent Ofsted report.