Education Zone

Engineer in inspirational visit to South Craven School

Craven Herald: 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.

4:56am Friday 19th December 2014

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

Bentham pupils find the perfect recipe for Christmas

Craven Herald: Key stage one children at High Bentham Primary School

4:29am Thursday 18th December 2014

KEY stage one children at High Bentham Primary School found all the vital ingredients for a perfect Christmas with their festive production.

Lothersdale School wins sports award

Craven Herald: Gavin Phillis, Emily Grundy, Lewis Ellison, Elliott Halliday, George Benn, Harriet Shelley and Andrew Wheatston

4:38am Monday 15th December 2014

LOTHERSDALE School has been awarded the School Games Kitemark to recognise its achievements in providing pupils with a wide range of sporting opportunities within and beyond the curriculum.

Craven College converts grant into additional support for rugby team

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4:22am Saturday 13th December 2014

CRAVEN College’s Rugby Academy has secured a £1,000 award of equipment and support from the Rugby Football Union Work Strand Partnership designed to get more players into competitive rugby.

Chapple presents awards at Barnoldswick school

Craven Herald: Lancashire County Cricket Club captain Glen Chapple, a former pupil of West Craven High School, presented awards and GCSE certificates to pupils at the Barnoldswick school's awards evening.

4:08am Saturday 13th December 2014

STAFF and students were bowled over when the captain of Lancashire County Cricket Club was the guest of honour at West Craven High School's leavers awards.

Kirkby Malham School gets full marks in SATs tests

Craven Herald:

10:12am Friday 12th December 2014

KIRKBY IN MALHAMDALE Primary School was top of the class in the key stage two standard assessment tests (SATs), published on Thursday.

Skipton Girls' High School pupils raise money for a Shelterbox

Craven Herald: Technology teacher Simon Kutneskov and headteacher Jenn Plews present a cheque to Rotary Club President Ken Lee and George Garland, chairman of the club's international committee

2:09am Friday 12th December 2014

STAFF and students at Skipton Girls’ High School have raised money for the local Rotary Club to buy a Shelterbox.

Inspectors praise Carleton children's nursery

Craven Herald: Youngsters at the Rocking Horse Day Nursery

3:28pm Thursday 11th December 2014

CHILDREN and staff are jubilant after inspectors praised a Carleton children’s nursery for the "welcoming, friendly and safe" environment it provides.

Pupils learn about road safety

Craven Herald: SAFETY LESSON: Police and Community Support Officer Sally Breen with Parish Church pupils

12:04pm Thursday 11th December 2014

PUPILS at Skipton's Parish Church Primary School held a road safety assembly to launch of National Road Safety Week.

BBC political correspondent returns to his old school

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4:58am Thursday 11th December 2014

BBC political correspondent Chris Mason will be the chief guest at the annual dinner of former pupils of Skipton’s Ermysted’s Grammar School on Saturday.

Skipton Academy students' festive supermarket display

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2:40am Thursday 11th December 2014

Shoppers at Tesco Supermarket in Skipton can look forward to some festive artwork in the entrance to the store - courtesy of art students from Skipton Academy, formerly Aireville School. The year nine students have been designing and printing seasonal two and three colour repeat patterns using the collagraph printing process. They have also added their own black silhouette papercut stencil and a sparkling kraft paper border. Principal Wendy Hamilton said the students had done very well. "We have a reputation for delivering an outstanding display, and this year is no exception. I have seen the students working hard over a number of lessons to complete their own complex designs, and it has all come together beautifully."

Grassington pupils find out 'what's the story?'

2:25am Thursday 11th December 2014

CHILDREN from Grassington Primary School will visit the village's Congregational Church this afternoon for "What's the Story?"

Everyone is invited to take part in Messiah performance

Craven Herald:

5:22pm Tuesday 9th December 2014

THE sounds of Christmas will be heard at Settle's Victoria Hall on Sunday.

Changes proposed to selection at Ermysted's Grammar School, Skipton

Craven Herald:

1:32pm Thursday 4th December 2014

THE entry system at Ermysted's Grammar School, Skipton, could change as part of North Yorkshire County Council cost-cutting.

Polar explorer heads to Giggleswick

Craven Herald:

8:05am Thursday 4th December 2014

ALEX Hibbert, a world-record-holding polar expedition leader and photographer, will give the final Gigg Lecture of the season tomorrow.

Carleton children honour men who fell in The Great War

Craven Herald:

7:40am Thursday 4th December 2014

CHILDREN have honoured men from their village who died and those who survived fighting for their country, 100 years ago.

Craven College holds festive open day

Craven Herald:

1:10pm Wednesday 3rd December 2014

CRAVEN College is hosting a festive open day on Saturday from 9.30am to 12.30pm.

Pupils stage dark tale from 1950s America

Craven Herald: Giggleswick School pupils Sabrina Gilby, Miles Warburton and Ellisia Humberstone act out a scene from Arthur Miller play " View from the Bridge" (13454577)

1:07pm Wednesday 3rd December 2014

STUDENTS from Giggleswick School took to the stage at the Richard Whiteley Theatre last week.

South Craven pupil raises £500 for cancer charity

Craven Herald:

6:08am Monday 1st December 2014

AN enterprising pupil at South Craven School has raised £500 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Youngsters enjoy Forest School session

Craven Herald: Horton-in-Ribblesdale Primary School pupils Lily Pilkington, Sierra Manning and Rosie Wilson take part in a Forest Schools day

4:22am Friday 28th November 2014

KEY stage one children from Horton-in-Ribblesdale and Clapham schools were joined by youngsters from around the area for their first Forest School session.


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