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Hundreds of Halifax pupils protest over teacher’s dismissal

Hoards of school children aged 13 to 16, from Halifax Academy carried out angry protests over the suspension of a much-loved PE...

Bradford pupils love Manchester

  Public-spirited Bradford pupils have recorded a single and sold the resulting CD, raising hundreds of pounds for victims of the Manchester bombing. The Year 6...

Braniacs! Titus Salt School Pupils Progress and Succeed with 0% NEET

Titus Salt School, for the sixth successive year has each pupil that leaving at the end of Year 11 or Sixth Form studies has...

Miriam Lord pupils pay their respects with impressive display

Pupil’s produce perfect poppies Pupils at a Bradford primary school have been showing off their creative sides this month as they pay their respects to...

Kids’ creativity curbing speed: Pupils’ designs on road safety around schools

Pupils at four Coventry primaries have backed a road safety campaign by creating on-street artwork urging motorists to stick to 20mph near school gates....

Pedalling up the pounds! Primary school pupil’s bike ride raises hundreds...

An 11-year-old boy from Birmingham has managed to raise hundreds of pounds for his chosen charity by pedalling a gruelling 24 miles on his...

London pupils bring Rio inspired T-shirt to market

A Rio inspired T-shirt designed by a group of pupils from four secondary schools and two other organisations across London is now being sold...

Sneak peak: Bradford pupils receive special tour around Tate Modern

A group of 30 pupils from a Bradford primary school discovered their ‘inner-Hockneys’ earlier this week after they were invited down for a special...

Hitting the Royal High notes

Wibsey Primary pupils pen Her Majesty a melody The Queen is so regal that she manages to squash in two birthdays a year. On 21st...

Demonstrating diversity via diary

Historic book helps tackle prejudice More than 200 students from eight secondary schools across the Bradford District are supporting a major project and exhibition...

More pupils than expected in ‘illegal schools’ across England

Many more children are hidden from the authorities in unregistered schools across England than previously thought, Ofsted's chief inspector has said. Sir Michael Wilshaw said...

Primary School proves that baking is fun and educational

Bankside’s brainy bakers Pupils at Bankside Primary School in Leeds have been donning their chefs’ hats, rolling up their sleeves and reaching for their wooden...

A Christmas visit

Young and old come together to celebrate festive season A bus-load of Christmas cheer pulled up outside a Bradford residential home earlier this week as...

Pupils forced to pray outside

Legal action considered by ‘disappointed’ parents Parents of students at a grammar school in Kirklees have voiced their disapproval of the way their children have...

Hospital BRI-ghtens up

Pupils artistic creations help shape future of hospital wing Budding artists from a Bradford primary school saw their artwork displayed in the halls of...

Act of Remembrance: Pupils’ poppies pay respect to fallen soldiers

Over 400 pupils at a primary school in Bradford released balloons into the sky last week as part of their Remembrance Day events. St Matthew’s...

Cafe pays tribute to local bobby

Students vote in favour of ‘Joe’s Coffee’ A Birmingham high school has shown its appreciation for the tireless work of one of its local police...

READy for action

New library facilities for primary pupils A Dewsbury school celebrated the official opening of its new library last week whilst similar services in the area...

Great Bankside Bake-off

Budding bakers head to the kitchen for school competition Whisks and wooden spoons were at the ready last week as a thriving Leeds primary school...

Championing Anti-racism

Stephen Lawrence week teaches about all cultures A primary school in Bradford, which has previously been commended for its work on promoting anti-racism, held a...

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