WATCH as a family of ducks make a home at a primary school in Ripley. Since being spotted by staff earlier in the week the animals have been found waddling through the corridors and even invited for snack time with the pupils.
A family of ducks have made themselves at home waddling through the corridors of a Ripley primary school. The mother duck and her four ducklings were first spotted by staff at Ripley Endowed C of E Primary School earlier this week. The...
The students from Harrogate Grammar School will now travel to the national championships in Buckinghamshire in October.
The UK’s first National Hedgerow Week runs until Sunday and to mark it, students at Ripon Grammar are planning a massive hedge planting scheme on the school’s 23-acre site.
Two Ripon Grammar sixth form students and former cathedral choristers, have been awarded prestigious choral scholarships to Cambridge and Worcester.
Visitors learned about some of the war dead, including the only Fijian who flew with the British Royal Air Force and two 17-year-old Canadians who lost their lives in the Second World War.
Road transport is the largest contributor to carbon emissions in the district, and the group hopes the day will help improve the environment whilst boosting children’s physical and mental health.
The school, which is set to open in September 2023, will cater for families moving into the new housing development at Manse Farm as well as the wider Knaresborough area, where 1,000 new homes are planned.
More than 200 students have completed outdoor sections of Duke of Edinburgh’s Award challenges this month, in another sign of life getting back to normal.
The Ripon school received £723,000 from the county council to ensure it offered specialist education to local children. It has now opened with more than 40 pupils.
David Fernandes, a 12-year-old Ripon Grammar School student, was awarded a Faraday Challenge prize for his idea of an app to help commuters reduce their carbon footprints on train journeys.
Ripon Grammar School student Robyn Munday is scared of heights, but will be skydiving from 10,000ft. This is why the 17-year-old is doing it.
The school on Duchy Road’s new outdoor learning area includes a ‘garden centre’, mud kitchen, and pebble pit to encourage open-air learning and exploring.