News from Grange
The latest news from Grange Technology College.
- Published 24/07/18Year 13 Exam Results - Thursday 16th August 2018. Please be advised that exam results for year 13 students should be collected from Grange Technology College on Thursday 16th august between 8am and 12 noon. Year 11 Exam Results - ThursdayRead More
For an update on the proposal to close the sixth form at Grange Technology College, Click here.Published 18/07/18In response to the development of a new Sixth Form College on Nelson Street in central Bradford, less than two miles from the Southfield Grange Campus, the trustees consulted in June and July on proposals to close the sixth form at Grange TechnologyRead More
Information on Merger of our TrustPublished 24/07/18“On Monday 23rd July our CEO, Business Manager and the two Headteachers of Grange and Southfield will visit thehead office in Manchester of the Co-operative Academies Trust, to start the ‘due diligence’ discussions that we hopeRead More
Road Layout Changes Improve Student SafetyPublished 11/04/18Read More
Over the Easter holiday, work has been done to improve safety around our campus entrance.
Ofsted visit reconfirms continued improvementPublished 28/03/18Read More
Grange continues its journey of improvement with another positive inspection outcome, but Headteacher Miss Mander says there is still plenty more work to be done to make Grange the school it’s community deserves.
Grangers Taste Success as the 'People's Choice'Published 23/03/18Read More
A team of Year 10 students enjoyed success at a regional entrepreneurial competition in Leeds this week, taking the 'People's Choice' award at the Trinity Kitchen Challenge.
Poets visit Chapel FM to showcase talents on airPublished 20/03/18Read More
In March 2018, a group of Grangers were invited to visit Chapel FM radio in Seacroft, Leeds to take part in a live radio show about poetry.
Students present plight of refugeesPublished 14/02/18Read More
A team of Year 12 students presented to the entire Sixth Form in a special assembly aimed to educate and raise awareness about the Rohinya Muslim community of Myanmar. The presentation held particular importance to one of the team, who himself had first experience of the situation, having lived the first 8 years of his life in a refugee camp.
Learning Words for WorkPublished 06/02/18Read More
Following two very successful projects, this year we have continued our involvement in facilitating a 6-week project with the National Literacy Trust called ‘Words for Work’.
Campus Naat & QiraatPublished 22/01/18Read More
Students from across the campus shared the stage with a superstar of Islamic poetry at the 9th Annual Naat & Qiraat.