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News from Grange

The latest news from Grange Technology College.

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  • Campus Naat & Qiraat

    Published 22/01/18

    Students from across the campus shared the stage with a superstar of Islamic poetry at the 9th Annual Naat & Qiraat.  

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  • Hands up, it's Question Time!

    Published 04/01/18

    Panellists from a range of businesses and industries were quizzed by Year 9 and 10 students earlier this month, with over 600 students getting the chance to hear from local employers.

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  • Remembering what's important at Christmas

    Published 18/12/17

    In the lead up to Christmas, staff at Grange have been supporting a local initiative which aims to bring a smile to people less fortunate.  

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  • Helping the experts

    Published 06/12/17

    This week, Grange students met with a team of international leaders from various industries and sectors, who were in the city as part of a learning experience to improve and inspire leadership. 

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  • Miss Mander joins on a permanent basis

    Published 04/12/17

    The trustees of The Southfield Grange Trust announce the appointment of Miss Mander as substantive Headteacher.  

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  • Reading programme recognition!

    Published 06/11/17

    "Get reading. Keep reading. Change everything." Grange is recognised as a Ruth Miskin Trained School.  

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  • Farewell Mr Radcliffe!

    Published 17/10/17

    Inspirational teacher retires after 38 years’ service to community

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  • Grangers experience Careers Show

    Published 12/10/17

    Top Bradford-based businesses visit school careers show to share their experience and advice with over 800 Grangers. 

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  • Students learn important lessons about crime

    Published 03/10/17

    Year 10 had a day off timetable this week to learn about the causes and consquences of crime with national education charity, Prison, Me? No Way!  (PMNW)

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  • GCSE Results Reflect School Progress

    Published 23/08/17

    Grange has taken another step in its recovery by recording improved GCSE results today.  Just over a year ago, we were placed in special measures by Ofsted.  Now, under the leadership of Paul Morrissey (Executive Headteacher) and Alison Mander (Headteacher) from Guiseley School, we have received three very positive monitoring visits by Her Majesty’s Inspectors and now recorded improved examination results at both A Level and GCSE. 

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