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Leeds student wins prestigious photography competition

A Leeds undergraduate has been named the Calumet Student Photographer of the Year 2016.

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the old rouitemaster bus is used for Christmas story telling sessions. This year's tale is The Snowman. Picture: Terry Carrott

Bring Christmas magic to life in our children’s festive story competition

IT’S the countdown to Christmas – and we want youngsters to put pen to paper and bring the magic of the festive season to life.

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Children from Kippax Ash Tree Primary School taking part in the YEP-backed Let's Read: LEEDS scheme. From left, Matthew Nicholson, Euan Xia, Jacob Sherburn, Emily Gent, Ellie Smith and Keira I'anson.

YEP is a class act for budding journalists in Leeds

Children at a Leeds school are honing their talents as rookie reporters with the help of a Yorkshire Evening Post-backed education scheme.

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Sickness bug shuts Leeds primary

A Leeds primary school has been shut after it was hit by a widespread sickness bug.

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Star of the Harry Potter Films Matthew Lewis, is pictured with pupils on his visit to Pudsey Grangefield School, Pudsey, Leeds..30th November 2016 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

Harry Potter star makes spellbinding visit to Leeds school

Students at a Leeds school received an insight into the world of film when they were paid a visit by Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis - aka Neville Longbottom.

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Author meets writers of the future

Author meets writers of the future

Leeds children’s author Jason Beresford inspired young readers on a school visit.

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Pictured Councillors Helen Hayden, Lisa Mulherin, and Jane Dowson, taking part in a ground-breaking ceremony at the new site of the Springwell Leeds East Academy, Seacroft, Leeds, along with Andrew Jones, Contracts Manager for Interserve, and Mark Wilson, CEO of Wellspring Academy Trust.

Groundbreaking £45m Leeds school scheme launched

Education in Leeds for pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs is being revolutionised with a £45 million cash injection.

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£4.7 million to expand Ilkley Grammar School

Councillors have been asked to invest millions of pounds to expand a secondary school in Ilkley to cover increasing demand for places.

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Linda Robertson outside Morley Newlands Academy.

Leeds lollipop lady named kindest in the country

A lollipop lady from a school in Morley has been named the kindest in the country.

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Primary pupils take over their school

Primary pupils take over their school

Year six pupils from Chapel Allerton Primary School seized power during Takeover Day. They applied to be teachers, ICT technicians, office managers and teaching assistants, and spent a day in their posts after a formal interview. They even had access to the staff room. Lauren Hylton acted as headteacher, and gave an assembly to 450 children. Rufus Khan-O’Connor solved laptop problems and Dea Cela ran the office. Maya Densley took the role of deputy head and Skye Marshall taught year two.

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Interns Daryl Barr, Charles Ledger, Jack Harris, Patrick Amson and Jordan Winehouse.

New scheme for autistic students

Students with an autistic spectrum condition are pioneering a new internship programme at one of the region’s biggest companies.

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Chris Dyson with pupils from left, Kiah Mallory-Shepherd, Harvey Hatton and Daisy Dyson.

Christmas mission for Leeds school headteacher

A Leeds primary school headteacher has spoken of how a festive appeal inspired him to ensure every one of his pupils gets a proper Christmas.

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Leeds Beckett University police volunteer Danielle Musson, Josh Clarke, Phil Whitwell, Callum Silvester and PC Mark Fox show their support for the White Ribbon campaign. Picture : Jonathan Gawthorpe

Leeds Beckett students back #WhiteRibbonLeeds campaign to end domestic violence

MALE STUDENTS at Leeds Beckett University have given their support to the city’s White Ribbon campaign.

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More than 350 art and design students will graduate from Leeds College of Art today at an official ceremony at the town hall. Image: Luke Holroyd

Leeds College of Art students are honoured at graduation ceremony

More than 350 art and design students will graduate from Leeds College of Art today at an official ceremony at the town hall.

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Betty Davidson. Image: North Yorkshire Police

Harrogate school’s catering boss jailed for stealing £98,000 of dinner money

A catering manager at a Harrogate high school has been jailed for stealing nearly £100,000 of dinner money over eight years.

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New Leeds City College campus will put us “light years” ahead for further education facilities

A NEW 11-storey college campus in the heart of Leeds will provide a “light years advance” for further education in the city - and galvanise a string of wider regeneration benefits.

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Calverley Parkside Primary School pupils taking part in the reading scheme.

Children in Leeds are well read thanks to special deliveries of the YEP

Youngsters at a Leeds school are getting some very special deliveries thanks to a Yorkshire Evening Post-backed education scheme.

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Education Minister praises YEP project

A YORKSHIRE EVENING Post-backed scheme to help children improve their literacy skills has been praised by Education Secretary Justine Greening.

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Education Secretary Justine Greening

Minister praises YEP project

A YORKSHIRE EVENING Post-backed scheme to help children improve their literacy skills has been praised by Education Secretary Justine Greening.

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West Leeds: Student’s shop art set to brighten up Town Street

PUPILS from Swallow Hill Academy in Armley have been hard at work drafting designs to brighten up an empty shop front on Town Street.

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