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Donation adds up for school

Staff and children at Grewelthorpe C of E Primary School had an early Christmas present following a donation from a local business towards much needed IT equipment.

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Primary school league tables 2017: Yorkshire is worst performing region

Yorkshire is the worst performing region in the country for pupils failing to meet the expected standard by the end of primary school, according to new league tables.

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School remembers fallen

School remembers fallen

Harrogate’s Ashville school remembered former pupils and teachers who died serving their country in the First and Second World Wars.

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GCSE prize presentation awards

GCSE prize presentation awards

Richard Noake, Diocesan Director of Education, presented the awards at St Aidan’s GCSE presentation evening and gave an inspiring speech to students, parents, carers and teachers.

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NADV 1711962AM1 North Rigton Primary School. (1711962AM1)

North Rigton C of E School

North Rigton Church of England Primary School is a village school with four friendly classrooms, 98 happy children and a hard-working and dedicated staff team.

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Pupils give food to homeless

Pupils give food to homeless

Pupils from a Harrogate school have presented donations from their annual Harvest Festival service to a town centre charity.

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Grant for dry stone wall

Grant for dry stone wall

The Provincial Grand Master’s Fund of The Province of Yorkshire, West Riding recently approved an application from The Spa Lodge for Rossett School for a grant of £1000 to build a dry stone wall in the sensory garden.

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First phase of expansion plan celebrate

First phase of expansion plan celebrate

Cundall Manor School has celebrated the completion of the building of four new classrooms which will house the English and Drama department.

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NADV 1710162AM1 School children at Harlow Carr Gardens. School children from Kettlesing Primary School and Beckwithshaw Primary School gather at Harlow Carr Gardens for their sculpture making project. (1710162AM1)

Schools join for outdoor sculpting

Beckwithshaw and Kettlesing Felliscliffe Primary Schools got together at Harlow Carr for a ‘Celebration of Federation’.

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Pupils’ walk aids charities

Pupils’ walk aids charities

Students, teachers and parents from Harrogate’s Ashville College braved torrential downpours to complete its traditional annual 20km sponsored walk and raise more than £11,000 for charity.

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Sporty teacher tri-ing to inspire

Sporty teacher tri-ing to inspire

A Wetherby teacher recently enjoyed sporting success at international level, helping to inspire a generation of children at the same time.

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Twins hit the right note

Twins hit the right note

It is twice as nice for nine-year-old twins William and Kaitlin, who are celebrating a wonderful set of results in their recent music exams.

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Fever pitch over new facility

Fever pitch over new facility

Harrogate and Knaresborough MP Andrew Jones recently unveiled a brand new all-weather pitch for St John Fisher Catholic High School recently.

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New facilities celebrated

A six-figure investment over the summer means students returned to new facilities at Rossett School this autumn.

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School rewarded for outdoor learning sessions

School rewarded for outdoor learning sessions

Harrogate-based Belmont Grosvenor has become the only school in the region to be officially recognised for its commitment to taking pupils’ learning outside the classroom.

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New head for 140-year-old college

New head for 140-year-old college

A Harrogate school - which this year celebrates its 140th anniversary - has started the new academic year with a new headmaster.

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Made in Sheffield - Sheffield Precision Medical Ltd. Pictured is Apprentice Connor Birch. Picture: Chris Etchells

Debra Forsythe-Conroy: It’s that time of year again

This time of year brings life changing decisions for many who are considering their next steps following school and whether to explore opportunities in Further Education or Higher Education; University or College.

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Juliana Kalniana, A*, Yusuf Khan, 9A*, Hansa Khan, 8A*, Iqra Hussain, 9A*, Arman Khan, 9A* and Alex Funk 9A* looking at their results at Dixons Trinity Academy, Bradford. Picture Bruce Rollinson

GCSEs 2017: The results are in, so what should you do now? The advice you need to know...

Whether the results were good or bad, the question of what to do next is one on the lips of thousands of pupils this morning as they look to life after GCSEs.
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GCSE pass rates have fallen this year across the UK overall.

GCSEs 2017: UK pass rates fall as major exams shake-up causes controversy

Around 50,000 English and maths GCSEs were awarded the new highest grade this summer, as the impact of the biggest shake-up of exams for a generation began to be felt.

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Pupils have today received their GCSE results.

GCSEs 2017: Your guide to Yorkshire's results

Thousands of students from across Yorkshire will today find out their GCSE results and start the process of looking for a job or further education.
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