Sue’s New Novel

Arts — March 24, 2011 at 2:46 pm

Sue’s New Novel

What actually is going on in Libya

Feature — March 24, 2011 at 2:16 pm

What actually is going on in Libya

The story of the Black Hand

Feature — March 24, 2011 at 2:13 pm

The story of the Black Hand

Giggleswick wins Rugby 7s trophy

Feature — March 24, 2011 at 12:53 pm

Giggleswick wins Rugby 7s trophy

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Sue’s New Novel

Sue’s New Novel

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Musical Genius Opens Shop in Rural Dales Town

Published March 24, 2011
What actually is going on in Libya

What actually is going on in Libya

Published March 24, 2011
The story of the Black Hand

The story of the Black Hand

Published March 24, 2011
Hello! Royal Wedding

Hello! Royal Wedding

Published March 24, 2011

Sue’s New Novel

Sue Vickerman’s new novel is published next week and is ready for preorder on Amazon. It’s called “Special Needs”...

What actually is going on in Libya

Some of the Libyan people were completely with Colonel Gaddafi and supported him but others started to protest. The...

The story of the Black Hand

Eliza Dear is a woman whose ancestors were involved in the slave trade and we took the opportunity to...

‘Hearing Dog’ is Art Technician’s Ears

Dom Tuck, an Art and Design Technician at Giggleswick School, is blessed with Tom, a cocker spaniel trained to...

Giggleswick wins Rugby 7s trophy

Giggleswick School’s U18 rugby 7′s squad won the super Stonyhurst Rugby 7′s tournament for the first time in the School’s...

Foxing Them In 2012

David Fox has been a schoolmaster at Giggleswick for quite a long time!  He was the housemaster of Nowell...

Highest Tearoom in Yorkshire

 Wallace and Grommit might have taken their cheese to the moon, or at least already found it there, but...

Olivia and Shona’s trip to Kenya

This summer Olivia and Shona (L6) are visiting the Ananda Marga Orphanage in Mombas, Kenya, which Giggleswick School has been supporting...

Headmaster describes earthquake devastation

It has been just over a month since the devastating earthquake hit Christchurch. It had a magnitude of 6.3...

Paley Year 9′s Energy Survey

  Kieran, Christian, George and Ivan joined Dr Hucknall for an energy survey around the school. Using a infra red...