Heath Old Boys Association


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Crossley Heath Language College Status

Heath Old Boys Association Secretary, Russell Smith, with Head Teacher, Helen Gaunt, and pupils, from the left, Tim Bowyer, Karys Moffat and Mark Griffiths.
Heath Old Boys Association Secretary, Russell Smith, with Head Teacher, Helen Gaunt, and pupils, from the left, Tim Bowyer, Karys Moffat and Mark Griffiths.
The school has been successful in its bid for Language College Status, which commences in . On behalf of the Association, Russell Smith handed over a donation of £2,500 to the school. A reception was held in the Resources Centre on to mark the launch of the venture and the school was granted a half-holiday — a unique experience!

Old Boys have a word for it

Past students of a Halifax school have helped its modern day equivalent achieve specialist status.

Crossley Heath School has recently been granted specialist school status as a language college.

To do so it was required to raise £50,000 when it submitted its application. Heath Old Boy’s Association, made up of past students from the former Heath School, has helped by giving the school £2,500.