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Little Acorns Nursery in Mirfield recently held a football themed day with children dressing in their football kits or sporty clothes to take part in the action-packed event.

Net gains at nursery football day

Little Acorns Nursery in Mirfield recently held a football themed day with children dressing in their football kits or sporty clothes to take part in the action-packed event.

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High achievers: Kirklees College students pose for a photograph outside Dewsbury Town Hall.

Students gather for graduation at town hall

Kirklees College held its graduation ceremony at Dewsbury Town Hall last Wednesday to celebrate 244 students receiving a range of qualifications including degrees, foundation degrees, post graduate certificates in education and HNCs.

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Colourful designs: The pupils show their artwork to some of the A&E department nurses.

Pupils’ artwork in A&E department

Artwork by from Holy Spirit Catholic School in Heckmondwike and Crossley Fields School in Mirfield will take pride of place in the refurbished children’s A&E department at Dewsbury Hospital.

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Four intrepid athletes from St Peter's JI and EY School, Birstall, recently completed the Tough Mudder event at Belvoir Castle to raise money for the British Lung Foundation.

St Peter’s muddy marvels

Four intrepid athletes from St Peter’s JI and EY School in Birstall recently completed the Tough Mudder event at Belvoir Castle to raise money for the British Lung Foundation.

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An informal get together, open to all past pupils who attended the Princess Royal Girls C.S School in Batley, will take place on Saturday 2 June from 2pm.

Princess Royal Girls School get together

An informal get together, open to all past pupils who attended the Princess Royal Girls C.S School in Batley, will take place this Saturday (2 June) from 2pm. The gathering will be held at the Bath Hotel in Dewsbury.

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BUDDING REPORTERS: Thornhill Community Academy students ready for action in the newsroom.

Here’s the news from Thornhill

Students from Years 7 and 8 at Thornhill Community Academy spent a day off from their normal lessons while turning one of their classrooms into a news studio.

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