Education Zone

Engineer in inspirational visit to South Craven School

Keighley News: Engineer professor Kel Fidler, centre, with South Craven School students. Students are, from left, Ewan Smith, Molly Smith, Sarah Hurstwick, Georgia Simpson, Matthew Keys, Amelia Batty and Duda Cernadas.

11:26am Thursday 27th November 2014

A KEIGHLEY district school hopes to inspire even more of its pupils to take up engineering as a career.

Cononley lecturer in running for two awards

Keighley News: Robert Minton-Taylor

11:26am Thursday 27th November 2014

A CONONLEY man has been nominated for two awards at Leeds Beckett University.

Chart-topping Keighley music teacher James Atkin from EMF prepares to release solo album

Keighley News: James Atkin who is preparing to release his debut solo album

10:58am Thursday 20th November 2014

JAMES Atkin isn’t just a music teacher: he’s also a chart-topping, award-winning, globe-trotting pop star.

Oxenhope pre-school rated 'good' just months after damning Ofsted report

Keighley News: The village hall, where the pre-school is based

7:47am Friday 21st November 2014

STAFF at a pre-school described as “inadequate” just a few months ago have been praised for turning it around so soon.

Oakbank School teacher among Keighley adjudicators at accordion festival

Keighley News: Harry Hinchcliffe

10:55am Thursday 20th November 2014

THE CRAVEN Accordion Orchestra is once again hosting the regional championships for the instrument.

Sutton C of E Primary pupils grow their own soup!

Keighley News: Sutton C of E Primary School Pupils Nathan Knight, Lily Darroch, Evie Holmes and Harry Hutchinson make soup with veg grown in the School garden. (12735647)

10:15am Thursday 20th November 2014

PUPILS who worked hard on applying science to the growing of crops in the school garden have been able to taste the fruits – and vegetables – of their labours.

Keighley's Holy Family Catholic School bids to win silver Ecoschools Award

Keighley News: Holy Family Catholic School, Keighley

10:15am Thursday 20th November 2014

STAFF, students and parents in Keighley are banding together to help secure an Ecoschools award for their own school.

Keighley's Baker Mike returns to his roots at Riddlesden St Mary's Primary

Keighley News: Sainsbury's baker Mike Armstrong with Fiza Bi, left, and Joe Holt-Shaw, right

10:14am Thursday 20th November 2014

A MASTER baker employed by Keighley's Sainsbury's Supermarket has been back in the local school where he first got the bug for baking.

Five Keighley schools take part in Remembrance Parade for first time

Keighley News: Pupils from Keighley school who took part in the Remembrance Sunday parade

10:14am Thursday 20th November 2014

THIS YEAR’S Remembrance Sunday parade saw a huge increase in attendance by children from Keighley schools.

Cowling pupils enjoy a celebration of languages

Keighley News: Lucy Salt, Alice Emmott, Eva-Mae Green, Flynn Howe, Tilly Widdup, Scarlett Garth and Daisy Brouard

10:12am Thursday 20th November 2014

COWLING pupils enjoyed an international day of learning as they celebrated the European Day of Languages.

Parkside School students lay wreath for Remembrance Day on the Cullingworth war memorial

Keighley News: Parkside School students at the Cullingworth war memorial with, from left, school head Andrew Taylor and deputy head Bernard Tague.

10:12am Thursday 20th November 2014

PARKSIDE School students marked Armistice Day with a ceremony at Cullingworth’s war memorial.

Keighley and Cullingworth children attend First World War workshops

Keighley News: Eastwood Primary School children, from left, Bushra Shazad, Mohammad Rehman, Honufa Ferdousi, Shakeal Hussain and Humayra Ghafoor

10:11am Thursday 20th November 2014

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

Nearly a third of Bradford district school governor roles are unfilled

Keighley News: Councillor Debbie Davies

10:11am Thursday 20th November 2014

ALMOST three in every ten school governor roles in the district are vacant, newly released figures have revealed.

Oakbank School in Keighley stages poignant presentation

Keighley News: REMEMBRANCE DAY: A field of poppies will be planted St Cuthbert’s Church, in Darlington, to mark the centenary of the First World War

10:11am Thursday 20th November 2014

STUDENTS and staff at Oakbank School in Keighley watched a poignant presentation as part of remembrance activities on Armistice Day.

Dozens of poppy crosses planted in the grounds of Keighley's Holy Family Catholic School

Keighley News: Poppy crosses on display in the grounds of Holy Family Catholic School

9:59am Thursday 20th November 2014

PUPILS at Holy Family Catholic School prepared and planted poppies mounted on crosses on the morning of this month's Remembrance Day.

Cullingworth school children remember the fallen

Keighley News: Year four pupils Samuel Spencer and Daniel Turner look at the exhibition at Cullingworth Primary School

9:57am Thursday 20th November 2014

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

Holy Family School unveils £2 million plan for hockey centre in Keighley

Keighley News: Holy Family School assistant headteacher David Metcalfe is joined by students Zain Hussain and Annabelle Ferrarra at the site of a proposed sports area (12489634)

5:41am Thursday 13th November 2014

AN AMBITIOUS £2 million expansion of its sports facilities has been announced by Holy Family School.

Doubts voiced about future of housing plans at Malsis School in Glusburn

Keighley News: Malsis School is to close

12:11pm Thursday 13th November 2014

A SCHEME to build houses in the grounds of soon to close Malsis School is up in the air after it emerged legal agreements have never been signed.

Oxenhope Primary School welcomes £30,000 Lottery cash award for new sports facilities

Keighley News: Oxenhope Primary School headteacher Kathrine Nutting in the playground where the new games area will be installed

11:22am Thursday 13th November 2014

A PRIMARY school is celebrating after being awarded £30,000 to develop new outdoor sports facilities.

Armistice Day marked in Craven

Keighley News: Action from the  inter schools Rememberance football match. (12647896)

2:08pm Thursday 13th November 2014

ARMISTICE Day on Tuesday was marked across Craven with official ceremonies, in addition to the unveiling of a plaque in honour of the men from Glusburn and Cross Hills who died in the First World War.

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