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Tracy hopes to cook up a storm in Chef of the Year event

A Dewsbury dinner lady is on a quest to be crowned queen of the school kitchen.

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CELEBRATIONS: Staff and pupils at St Johns Under 5s Pre-School in Dewsbury Moor.

School rated ‘outstanding’

Staff at a Dewsbury-based school are celebrating after it was rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

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Royal venue hosts school’s final bid

Budding entrepreneurs from Westborough High School have been named as finalists in nationwide enterprise competition Tycoon in Schools.

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Primary school told to improve quality after damning report

Primary school told to improve quality after damning report

A Gomersal primary school has been told that it must improve the quality of its teaching after a damning report by Ofsted.

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Body cameras

UK schools introduce body cameras for teachers

Classroom cameras: Coming to a school near you?

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Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

Over 40 schools in North and West Yorkshire have been visited by army bomb disposal experts after it was discovered they were storing a potentially hazardous chemical on their premises.

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Grand plans: Pioneer House will become part of Kirklees College.

Council agrees college funding

Council funding of £2.9 million has been approved to begin work on turning a town centre building into a new college facility.

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Reading: Purlwell pupils with headteacher Safeena Nazam

Reading to unite dads and pupils

FRED will be a new name heard a lot around a Batley school this year.

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Dignitaries gather at the Pioneer House site which forms part of Kirklees College's plans for a new 'learning quarter'.

Work starts to clear land for new state-of-the-art college

Preliminary Work has started this week to deliver the new ‘Dewsbury Learning Quarter’ in the town centre.

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Parents in the North should learn from pushier mums and dads in the South

Parents in the North should learn from pushier mums and dads in the South

Parents in the North of England could learn from pushier mums and dads in the South to help their children achieve the best grades, the children’s tsar has said.

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Inspectors tell school it needs improvement

Inspectors tell school it needs improvement

A Dewsbury junior school has been ordered to improve after the quality of its teaching was criticised.

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Pioneer House.

Council to sell supermarket site for college campus

A derelict former supermarket site is to be sold as part of plans to build a new college campus.

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The proposed plan for the Littletown School area

5p bag charge could help Littletown School

A school in Liversedge is hoping to transform its field with the help of the 5p carrier bag charge.

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Healey Junior and Infant School, Batley

Inspectors slam school for putting children at an ‘unacceptable’ level of risk

A primary school placed its children at an “unacceptable” level of risk by failing to check whether staff were suitable to work there.

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Education alliance celebrates 50th anniversary

An education organisation with 14,000 members celebrated its 50 year anniversary today.

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Parents help raise cash for forest school

Fieldhead Primary has thanked the community and parents for raising funds to help extend its forest school.

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Just one of two photos from Warwick Road Primary School that will be in this week's paper.

Find out which school starters are featured in this week’s paper

Has your child started school this term?

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The new UCAS Tariff - 10 things university applicants, teachers and parents need to know

The new UCAS Tariff - 10 things university applicants, teachers and parents need to know

The UCAS Tariff has been changed for students applying now to start higher education courses from next year.

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Back to the classroom for new headteacher

Back to the classroom for new headteacher

When Roxanne Taylor left St Paulinus’ Catholic Primary School aged 11 in 1995, little did she imagine that one day she would become its headteacher.

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