The reception children at the independent school followed Captain Tom’s journey during the autumn term and even adopted his inspirational quote ‘tomorrow will be a good day’ as a daily mantra.
Children at Brackenfield School in Harrogate have planted a rose garden in memory of their hero Captain Sir Tom Moore. The reception children at the independent school followed Captain Tom's journey during the autumn term. They admired his determination and positivity...
Besides the usual tour, Harry Satloka will also offer a new ‘locals tour’, which examines the lives of Harrogate people. His tours will resume on Wednesday with a six-person limit.
A year before Marcus Rashford used his footballing fame to highlight the need to feed children properly, two Ripon food poverty pioneers launched Back to Basics to tackle the issue.
Aspiring lawyer Tom Cave, has been putting his time to good use during the covid lockdown, as he prepares for a career in the legal profession. He’s made a very good start..
The well-established Acorns Nursery Class at Ashville College provides a happy, secure and stimulating setting for the beginning of a child’s learning journey.
Thomas Ball was senior house master at Queen Ethelburga’s when he took the images of a pupil having a shower. Police describe Ball as ‘a cold and calculating individual who carefully planned and premeditated his actions’.
The money is in addition to the £15 per week food vouchers the authority will give to families entitled to free school meals.
While teachers have remained on site to support children of key workers and provide virtual lessons, for many families it is the first time children have been in school since before Christmas.
Harrogate Grammar, Harrogate High, St John Fisher and St Aidan’s schools in Harrogate, as well as Outwood Academy in Ripon, have all begun offering tests to their students this week before the return to classroom teaching.
Deputy headteacher Tim Milburn hopes his masters degree in mental health and wellbeing will enable him to help students when they return to school next week after another lockdown. Mental health is a major issue for many young people.
Parents’ anxious wait to discover which secondary school their children will attend in September was due to end today. A total of 6,205 children in North Yorkshire are set to move up in September.
St Robert’s Primary School, which has 276 pupils, today joined St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Harrogate and St Mary’s Catholic Primary School in Knaresborough as members of the Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust.