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Latest News

Functional Skills exams:

Year 11 students who did not pass their Maths and English FS exams from March will resit the components necessary.


Maths: AM and PM Monday 16th May 2022


English: AM and PM Thursday 18th May 2022


Any queries, please contact the school office or k.wright@cravenprs.org




GCSE Exams for Year 11: May and June 2022

Please be aware that the first GCSE examination will take place on 16th May 2022.


Schools can not select the timings of the exams and therefore if any examination has an afternoon timing then students must be in school at least half an hour prior to the start time and remain until the papers are finished.


Work Experience has now finished.


A full timetable of exams is in the link above.

Holiday Dates 2022


Whitsun half-term:


Monday May 2nd

Break up Friday 27th May

Return Monday 6th June


Last Offical day for Y11: 14th June 2022 although exams continue past this date.


Summer holidays:

Break up on Friday 22nd July 2022




The School Day

8.15am: School starts. Students can have breakfast for 15minutes (provided)


8.30am: Lesson 1


9.15am: Lesson 2


10.00am: E & R break

(15 minutes)


10.15am: E & R 3


10.00am: H & R 3


10.45am: H & R break

(15 minutes)


11.00am: Lesson 4 (all)


11.45am: Lesson 5


12.15pm: Lesson 6














'Welcome to our school'

Thank you for taking the time to look at our website.


Craven Pupil Referral Service provides education for students  aged 11-16, who, for a variety of reasons, are unable to access mainstream education.  We work closely with all of the of the secondary schools in the Craven area but we also welcome students from other areas of North Yorkshire and other local authorities too.


Everything that we do is based around our beliefs that all young people that access the centre should be supported to have high aspirations, to thrive both personally and in their academic studies, and to succeed and be the best that they can be.

We are an inclusive service and see it as our role to create a safe, supportive environment where all pupils learn, progress and have high aspirations for the next phase of their lives.  We achieve this through establishing high expectations and by providing motivational teaching and personalised care and support.

We offer a wide range of courses and opportunities through full-time and part-time placements and students make excellent progress during their time with us, achieving a range of qualifications.  Students are with us for varying amounts of time and the vast majority of those who are with us for Year 11 go on to college and training.

In addition to the qualifications that our students study, it is our aim to provide students with the support to develop spiritually, socially, morally, emotionally and intellectually.  Staff work hard to ensure that students needs are met, enabling them to leave us as healthy, confident young people.

No matter why a student has arrived with us, we are committed to creating the environment in which they can be the best that they can be.

If you have any further questions or queries with regard to the support that we can provide, please do not hesitate to contact us at the centre.

Andrew Haughey

Head Teacher

Craven Pupil Referral Service










Please visit our Coronavirus page for up to date information and advice about the virus. Including information on phone numbers to contact during the school holidays if needed. Click Here 







Craven Pupil Referral Service uses the Thrive Approach. To find out more about Thrive please follow the link below:


Thrive Approach



has participated in the Youth Charter Quality Mark pilot scheme organised by Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England.

This included a thorough assessment and benchmarking of organisational procedures and actions taken to create a whole-school approach to improve mental health for students and staff. MHFA England recognises the work and commitment towards better mental health demonstrated by participation in this scheme.


MHFA England is a Community Interest Company which works towards building communities where people can recognise the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues and respond appropriately.



Craven Pupil Referral Service has achieved the Bronze Young Carers in Schools Award.  The Young Carers in Schools programme helps primary and secondary schools improve outcomes for young carers and celebrates good practice through the Young Carers in Schools Award. 

For more information on the award and about young carers go to www.youngcarersinschools.com  

Important Information


About Us


GCSE Exam Results


New Safeguarding advice and pages


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Our Contact Details:

Headteacher: Andrew Haughey


Telephone: 01756 630495


E-mail: information@cravenprs.org

Craven Pupil Referral Service

The Snaygill Centre

Keighley Road


North Yorkshire

BD23 2QS

Reception Hours

Monday - Friday

8.00 a.m. - 2.30 p.m.

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