Kirklees councillors pave the way for major changes to Huddersfield schools

Consultation planned as council looks at new primary for Moor End and merging and expanding others

Marsden Junior School

Kirklees set to expand five of its primary schools - find out which here

Expansions plans for Marsden, Dewsbury, Cleckheaton and Heckmondwike schools

Nearly 900 pupils in Kirklees don't get their first choice of secondary school

More than one in six children missed out on the school at the top of their list

Check how your child's school is performing at GCSE and A-level

Kirklees schools' GCSE and A level results just above average - use our widget to see the results that matter to you

Uncertain future for 60 children as campaigners fail to overturn school expansion u-turn

Reinwood Infant and Junior School will not expand with money diverted to Royds Hall Community High instead

All Saints Catholic College in Huddersfield

Catholic schools raise concerns about Kirklees Council's proposal to axe transport subsidy for pupils

Headteachers of St John Fisher and All Saints join forces to speak to councillors

Councillors back changes to Lydgate and Longley schools

Lydgate's £4.9m move backed while Longley will become an autism specialist school

File photo dated 08/02/12 of a pupil at work in a classroom as more children are reaching the standards expected of them in the three Rs by the time they leave primary school, new figures show. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday August 28, 2014. But tens of thousands of youngsters are still failing to achieve the expected level in reading, writing and maths. The results of this year's national curriculum tests - known as Sats - show a four percentage point improvement in the proportion of 11-year-olds gaining at least a Level 4 - the standard expected of the age group, in the basics. See PA story EDUCATION Tests. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Three 'new schools' to be created by Kirklees Council - but no locations revealed

“It is our intention to create more new schools in the areas where they are needed most," said councillor in charge of education

Reinwood Junior and Infant Schools

Expansion plans at Reinwood schools to be dropped in favour of bigger Royds Hall primary

Kirklees Cabinet to re-think plan for new school places

BBG Academy, Birkenshaw

Councillor offers support as BBG Academy faces 'special measures'

Ofsted tells school to "urgently improve"

Kirklees Council

Council to consult on changes to special education needs provision in some Kirklees schools

Autism base at Moldgreen could be moved to Kirkheaton, plus other changes proposed

File photo dated 08/02/12 of a pupil at work in a classroom as more children are reaching the standards expected of them in the three Rs by the time they leave primary school, new figures show. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday August 28, 2014. But tens of thousands of youngsters are still failing to achieve the expected level in reading, writing and maths. The results of this year's national curriculum tests - known as Sats - show a four percentage point improvement in the proportion of 11-year-olds gaining at least a Level 4 - the standard expected of the age group, in the basics. See PA story EDUCATION Tests. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Huddersfield and Dewsbury GCSE results above national average say Department for Education

In Kirklees, 55.1% of students achieved at least five A* to C grades at GCSE, including English and maths, when their first results were taken into account

Delight at early success of free school meals project in Kirklees

Catering hosses coping with extra demand

Longley School

Kirklees Cabinet support changes to four Huddersfield schools

Further consultation now taking place as part of legal process affecting Lydgate and Longley schools

Longley School

Just 70 responses from 2000 people contacted over Kirklees Council plans for special school changes

Longley and Lydgate schools affected by Kirklees Council plans

GCSE results in Kirklees just over 3% down on last year - but students and teachers are not to blame

GCSE results in Kirklees are just over 3% down on last year

Batley EDL demonstation: Two hundred protesters gather at market place for first ever national event in town

Up to 350 EDL protesters are believed to have taken part in the event, whilst residents held their own unity celebration nearby

National EDL demonstration in Batley: Two hundred protesters gather at market place for first ever event in town

Hundreds of police from Yorkshire, Humberside and beyond oversaw the event, whilst business went on as usual for most Batley shops

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