Crawshaw School

College & Education

Europe, United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber

Crawshaw School is a state school in Pudsey, West Yorkshire, England. It became a humanities college in 2007. About 1,300 students currently attend Crawshaw school. The school logo is a black crow on a green background. In 1994 the School was visited by Conservative MP and former health secretary, Virginia Bottomley, who praised the fire resistantance of the school buildings. Despite this praise, in 2001 a fire started by a Crawshaw pupil, burnt down a large part of the old school buildings. An extensive and prolonged rebuilding scheme has since taken place.