School life: Pupils explore Brexit issues through art

On Wednesday 25 October, Todmorden High School welcomed the ERASMUS+ group into school.

Restart a Heart day at Calder High School

School life: From sporting success to saving lives at Calder High

What has been going on at Calder High this month?

A good school: Headteacher Sarah Hetherington, with pupils Finn, Maude and Deci, celebrate

Colden school continues to be ‘good’, says Ofsted

Colden Junior and Infant School continues to be a good school, according to education watchdog Ofsted, following its short inspection in September.

Things to do: Shelley Burgoyne and Barry Cook lead the College or Collage collaborative art activity

Residents, businesses and community groups see proposals as campaigners make case for Todmorden college

residents, businesses and community groups came out in force on Sunday to help save Todmoden’s college.

Work is well under way at Ravenscliffe School, Halifax's, new Spring Hall centre

How you can help Halifax school Ravenscliffe raise final £130,000

So how can people or organisations help Ravenscliffe hit that final target?

Pedal: Ravenscliffes specially adapted bikes will be made available to Calderdale people to try out

Community’s role - and cash - helped Ravenscliffe School, Halifax, expand

With a new record number of pupils on its roll - 169 now squeezing into a building for a hundred less than that, according to guidelines for students with learning difficulties, and no prospect of additional Government finance - Ravenscliffe grabbed the bull by the horns and asked people to help.

Ravenscliffe School's new Spring Hall site is taking shape

A final push and Halifax school Ravenscliffe’s £3.3 million dream will be realised

A Third of the way up and a third of the way in...Ravenscliffe High School’s dream is visibly now becoming reality and funding is almost in place for the final flourish!


New Todmorden nursery building recognises work of retired head

There was plenty to celebrate in Todmorden last week as a primary school held the official handover for its new nursery building.
Students are a credit on twinning visit

School life: Students are a credit on twinning visit

Calder High sixth formers Chloe Rowntree and Erin Yates were selected to represent the school and Hebden Bridge Twinning Society in a recent project developing friendship links with Paratico in Northern Italy.

Students learnt a lot on the trip

School life: Calder High students take life-changing trip to Nepal

After 18 months of hard work and fundraising, twelve Year 13 students and four staff members travelled to Kathmandu, Nepal in July to carry out two week’s volunteering work.

Pictured at the Todmorden Learning Centre (TLC) stall at last week's Todmorden Food Festival are, from the left, local residents Kit Manasseh and his baby daughter Lorelei, Asia and Pam Barmby, and Georgia Cooper (seated)

Todmorden Learning Centre meeting over Todmorden Community College business plan bid

A group hoping to submit a business plan to keep Todmorden Community College in public hands has a meeting on Tuesday evening and a family fundraiser event on Saturday, September 16.

Teacher Sapphira Wright from Hebden Bridge

Tributes paid to Hebden Bridge teacher who died from cancer

A highly respected and much loved Burnley teacher from Hebden Bridge had died after a long battle with a rare form of cancer.


IN PICTURES: Calderdale students receive their GCSE results

The wait was finally over for Calderdale pupils as they were able to see if all the hard work paid off when they collected their GCSE results this morning (Thursday).

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.
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.

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.
Pupils across the county will today receive their GCSE exam results.

GCSEs 2017: Wait is finally over as thousands of Yorkshire pupils get exam results

Thousands of pupils in Yorkshire will get their GCSE results this morning as new grades are awarded for the first time, with just a small proportion of entries expected to score the highest result.
Chartists: Historian David Glover  speaks about Chartist graves, including that of Ben Rushton,  at Lister Lane cemetery

Remembering blood spilt on rights march

On the 175th anniversary of the August 1842 march for the rights of working people, when blood was shed on the streets of Halifax, a large number gathered at Lister Lane Cemetery in the town to hear the wider story of this troubled time.

A-level results were announced today.

A-levels 2017: Your results guide for East Yorkshire

Here are the results from the schools and colleges across East Yorkshire.

A-level results were announced today.

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A-levels 2017: Your results guide for South Yorkshire

Here are the results from the schools and colleges across South Yorkshire.

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