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Schools (Local Authority) in Thirsk
Baldersby Park, Topcliffe, Topcliffe, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 3BZ
Queen Mary's is a North Yorkshire girls' independent day and boarding school, with a co-educational nursery and pre prep department for two to seven year olds. Its home is rural Baldersby Park, near Thirsk, North Yorkshire.
Schools (Foundation) in Heckmondwike
High Street, Heckmondwike, Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire, WF16 0AH
Heckmondwike Grammar School is proud of its reputation and the successes which our pupils have achieved here over the years. Despite recent changes to the structure of education much remains as before. We are now an academy which means we are still a state funded grammar school providing free education. Our vision is for a school in which pupils feel happy and safe and are challenged and supported to achieve the highest possible academic standards. They are encouraged to participate and excel in a wide range of creative, sporting and cultural fields. They will develop the skills and qualities that will make them healthy, adaptable, responsible citizens of the future and enable them to make a profound contribution. We have a very dedicated and well qualified staff. Most importantly the partnership between staff, parents and pupils, always strong in the past, continues to flourish and is a vital factor in sustaining the purposeful working atmosphere which exists throughout the school.
Schools (Local Authority) in Pudsey
Fulneck, Pudsey, West Yorkshire, LS28 8DS
Fulneck School is a leading independent co-educational day and boarding school for children aged 3 to 18 in Pudsey, Leeds. Founded by the Moravian Church in 1753 it follows a Christian ethos. With 450 pupils Fulneck is large enough to ensure that it offers a broad curriculum and wide range of facilities, yet small enough to ensure that the staff get to know all pupils individually. Children are encouraged to develop their intellectual, creative, physical and spiritual qualities to the full, and from an early stage they are given the opportunity to improve their leadership skills and contribute to the student voice. Fulneck offers a nurturing environment for pupils and provides an extremely strong pastoral system.Through continued rewarding of effort and achievements children are encouraged to take responsibility for their behaviour, appearance and social development. In addition,small class sizes and dedicated teachers ensure that pupils are supported to achieve their potential.