Education Zone

Young cyclists take part in bike safety course

Craven Herald: Greatwood Primary School year 5 and 6 pupils take part in the Bikeability scheme, designed to give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today's roads

4:06am Monday 24th November 2014

YOUNG cyclists from Skipton's Greatwood School have been learning about keeping safe.

Pupils spellbound at Eastburn school

Craven Herald: Eastburn Junior & Infant School pupils Eshal Malik 10, and Sian Thompson and Georgia Gudgeon, both six, enjoy the Magic & Mystery Day

4:10am Sunday 23rd November 2014

PUPILS at Eastburn Junior and Infant School were left spellbound by their latest project.

Embsay mum comes up with enlightening idea

Craven Herald: Embsay Primary School Pupils wear High Vis Vests sponsored by local company JAC's. (12791600)

4:53am Saturday 22nd November 2014

YOUNGSTERS at Embsay Primary School will provide a beacon of light during the dark mornings and evenings.

Steeton mother blasts Bradford Council's rejection of her application for school travel funding support for her 13-year-old daughter

Craven Herald: Michaela Whitton and her daughter Georgia, who has been refused a bus pass

4:59am Friday 21st November 2014

A STEETON mum claims her application for school travel costs funding support was rejected because council officers insist she is earning more than she actually does.

Young chefs show off their skills.

Craven Herald: Young Rotary Chef of the Year Competition. Picture shows  Isobel Clements from settle College. (12461058)

4:46am Friday 21st November 2014

YOUNG chef Isobel Clements is off to represent Craven after winning the local heat of a national cookery competition.

Students bring festive cheer to children across the world

Craven Herald: Amy Burton, Daisy Hill, Molly Stowe, Marcus Grace and Sam Firth wrap the boxes

2:20am Friday 21st November 2014

GENEROUS students and staff at West Craven High School, Barnoldswick, have been thinking of children less fortunate than themselves.

Superheroes flock to school for Children in Need

Craven Herald: (12868541)

4:34am Thursday 20th November 2014

REAL life and fictional superheroes converged on Glusburn Primary School and raised £220 for Children in Need.

Carleton School hosts commemorative tree planting ceremony

2:55am Thursday 20th November 2014

A TREE will be planted at Carleton School tomorrow in memory of villagers who fought in the First World War.

Sutton C of E Primary pupils grow their own soup!

Craven Herald: 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)

2:46am 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.

Pupils hope to create rays of sunshine

Craven Herald: Bradley Primary School pupils raise money for Rays Of Sunshine

4:21am Monday 17th November 2014

PUPILS are getting involved in the work of the charity, Rays of Sunshine, which supports seriously and terminally ill children by granting magical wishes.

Water Street pupils list their aspirations

Craven Herald: Water St Primary School npupils take part in the  "30 Things To Do" whilst at school scheme. (11488057)

4:44am Sunday 16th November 2014

WATER Street pupils are drawing up a list of 30 things to do before they leave the Skipton school.

Housing plans at Malsis School not formally approved.

Craven Herald: Malsis School is to close

5:08am Friday 14th 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.

Pupils enjoy a celebration of languages

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

4:42am Friday 14th November 2014

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

How Skipton school pupils chose to share their harvest

Craven Herald: (12517564)

7:29pm Thursday 13th November 2014

THE idea of the Harvest Café came from the children of Ings Community Primary and Nursery School.

Steel-signing marks milestone in college development

Craven Herald: (12610941)

4:49am Thursday 13th November 2014

CRAVEN College plastering and bricklaying students marked a symbolic point in the development of its new construction and engineering building on Monday by taking part in a steel-signing ceremony.

Craven school backs National Farmers' Union call for more British food in schools

Craven Herald: Grassington Primary School introduces a new cooking kitchen and sees a huge rise in the number of pupils eating school meals. Picture shows pupils ready to tuck into their school meal

4:22am Thursday 13th November 2014

A FRESH call by the National Farmers' Union for more British food to be served up to the country's schoolchildren has been backed by a Craven headteacher.

Dales schools announce they are to be formally linked

Craven Herald: (12618929)

4:21am Thursday 13th November 2014

A PRIMARY school and secondary school in the Dales have announced they are to become formally linked.

Children inspired by Tower of London poppy installation

Craven Herald: Boyle and Petyt Primary School pupils Findlay Squires and Emily Reynoldson make poppies in memory of their fallen relatives in World War One

5:39am Thursday 6th November 2014

YOUNGSTERS at Beamsley's Boyle and Petyt School have been inspired by the World War One art installation at the Tower of London.

Threshfield Primary School welcomes three new teachers

Craven Herald: New teachers at Threshfield Primary School, Clare Oakes, Richard Cook and Bethany Alexander

4:45am Thursday 6th November 2014

PUPILS and governors of Threshfield Primary School have given a warm welcome to three new teachers - a 100 per cent change of teaching staff since last term.

Hair raising evening at West Craven High

Craven Herald: West Craven High School inclusion officer Sandra Smith had a hair raising experience when she touched the Van Der Graaf generator during the school's open evening.

4:35am Thursday 6th November 2014

WEST Craven High School showcased its new building and refurbished classrooms during an open evening at the Barnoldswick school.


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