Record breaking wildlife walk

Two Calder Valley primary schools took part in creating a brand new Guinness World Record.

Long March volunteers

School life: Calder High volunteers joined Long March

On Easter Sunday, 22 volunteers arrived at the YMCA in Halifax to embark on a 26.2 mile overnight walk to raise money for the Calder VI Overseas Projects 2017/18. 

The winning Calder High squad

School life: Victory for football champions

The Year nine Football team are the Calderdale Cup Champions after beating Brooksbank Sports College 2-0 at Brighouse Town Football Club.

Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party, on the campaign trail in Beaumont Park, Huddersfield. (Photo: James Hardisty)

Labour's plan to boost school budgets gets Yorkshire support, according to survey

Labour's plans to increase education spending and stop hospital closures have found favour among voters in Yorkshire and the Humber.
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Burnley Road, Mytholmroyd. Credit: Google Maps

Parents slam Mytholmroyd roadworks as exam season kicks off

Parents fear their children could miss important exams because of delays caused by roadworks.

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Students designed and built a coffee table

School life: Todmorden High pupils show off their woodworking skills

TAKE A look at the amazing work that our Year 11 GCSE resistant materials students have been making over the past few weeks.

New kit for Chadderton Tigers

School life: Plenty to celebrate at Todmorden High

Year 11 graphics students were given the opportunity to design the new Chadderton Tigers basketball kit.

Revealed: Top school run gripes

Revealed: Top school run gripes

With school term just restarted, frustrations are already starting to show as parents have revealed their top school run gripes.

One of the School of Natural Buildings previous projects

School receives millions to start on eco-project

Todmorden based School of Natural Building (SNaB) has been jointly awarded 6.3million euros to increase the uses of low carbon technologies in sectors with high energy saving potential.

Building of new £4.2m teaching block at Todmorden High School begins

Building of new £4.2m teaching block at Todmorden High School begins

Construction of a £4.2m state-of-the-art teaching block has started at Todmorden High School.

Pupils were able to practise interview skills

School life: Calder High pupils gain experience from Covea Insurance

Students studying Level 3 BTEC Business are working on Unit 13 Selection and Recruitment in Business.

Students decorated their baby eggs

School life: Egg-citing project for Calder High students

Miss Frankland said, year 12 students spent a week nurturing and acting as a primary caregiver for an ‘egg baby’. This challenge was to form part of the attachment topic that Year 12 psychology students have just started. The hope was that after spending a week with their ‘egg baby’ most of them would have formed some kind of attachment and wouldn’t want to smash it after the week was over. Most eggs were cared for really well and each student had their ‘egg baby’ with them every single day, some even arranged ‘sleep overs’ if they knew they were unable to care for their egg that night. Students will be able to refer to what they experienced with their egg baby to topics within the attachment unit.

Lessons from Auschwitz

Calderdale students are shown the horrors of the Holocaust

Hard hitting. That was the overall feeling expressed by pupils from schools across Calderdale when they took a one-day trip to the death and concentration camps at Auschwitz in Poland.

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School life: Excitement for new building at Todmorden High

School life: Excitement for new building at Todmorden High

On Wednesday 29 March, key members of staff attended a pre-construction meeting with a number of contractors, including our architect and representatives from Calderdale council, in preparation for the commencement of key building work on the site.

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Topics ranged from climate change to online responsibility

School life: Todmorden High pupils explored a variety of topics on Space Day

On Wednesday 29 March, KS3 students enjoyed this term’s ‘Space Day’ where they explored a variety of themes and topics.

Year nine students saw all the sights on their most recent trip to France

School life: French adventure for Todmorden High pupils

The annual year nine Todmorden High School French trip departed for Paris on Friday 24 March and travelled through the night to reach Dover and then Calais on Saturday morning.

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End of the line for sixth form centre in Calderdale

The end of the line for Todmorden High School’s sixth form has been confirmed.

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The Government has announced a 159m funding boost for Yorkshire's schools.

Yorkshire awarded £159m to create extra school places and repair crumbling buildings

Schools across Yorkshire are to receive a £159m cash injection for extra school places and building repairs.

Charlotte Priestley made a Globe cake for her English homework

School life: Tasty homework and head shave for Cancer trust

Two students from Calder High School have both gone above and beyond, one for charity and another for her schoolwork.

The MyEd app allows parents to check their child's timetable, their attendance and upcoming events

School life: New app brings Calder High into 21st century

Calder High School is coming into the 21st century with the ‘MyEd’ App. We have chosen to using this App to improve communication with parents and make life a little bit easier.

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