Minster School Embrace The Arts As They Strive To Achieve Artsmark

Minster School Embrace The Arts As They Strive To Achieve Artsmark
May 11, 2017

Pupils at Beverley Minster Primary School are working with local artist Emma Garness to create a large-scale work of art that will be displayed in the school’s playground.

With help of pupils aged between 4 to 6 years old, Mrs. Garness is helping create the work that is based around the school’s values of ‘Curiosity, Creativity, Respect, Perseverance, Community and Honesty.’

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Swinemoor Primary School Declared ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted

April 7, 2017

Inspectors led by Senior HMI have found that ‘The educational experience pupils receive is remarkable… Pupil, parents and staff are rightly proud of this inclusive and harmonious school’.

The report says: ‘The school environment oozes vibrancy and stimulation. In every classroom corridor and corner of the school, there are jaw-dropping examples of pupils’ creativity and learning.’

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Beverley Grammar School Awarded NCFE’s School of the Month

Beverley Grammar School Awarded NCFE’s School of the Month
April 4, 2017

Beverley Grammar School say they are delighted to announce that the School has been awarded NCFE’s School of the Month for March 2017.

Beverley Grammar School currently delivers NCFE’s V Cert in Engineering that have been developed by NCFE in-line with the Department for Education measures as to what meets GCSE equivalency.

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Commissioning Service For New Headteacher At Cherry Burton School

Commissioning Service For New Headteacher At Cherry Burton School
April 4, 2017

Mrs Dawn Joy Head teacher at Cherry Burton C of E Primary School was commissioned as the new Head during a special service led by Rev Richard Parkinson at St Micael’s church.

The aim of the Commissioning service is to present a new head teacher to the wider community. The service was attended by all 160 pupils, teachers, parents and representatives from the York Diocese, school governors, ER Education Services & the Parish Council.

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Year 7 Students Welcome Reading Dog To Longcroft School Library

Year 7 Students Welcome Reading Dog To Longcroft School Library
April 3, 2017

A group of Year 7 students greeted Shara, the Library reading dog, enthusiastically when she visited Longcroft Upper School Library this week. Students took it in turns to read out loud as the Siberian Husky listened attentively.

Research shows that reading for pleasure boosts children’s academic achievement, and also improves confidence.

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Wear a Hat Day @ St Nicholas Primary School

Wear a Hat Day @ St Nicholas Primary School
March 31, 2017

Pupils from St Nicholas Primary School have joined people from all over the country as they took part in Wear a Hat Day.

The kind hearted pupils donated 50p for so they could wear a hat while in at school helping to raise funds and awareness for the Brain Tumour Research Fund.

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College Students Take Part In Supplier Exhibition Organised By Local Businesses

College Students Take Part In Supplier Exhibition Organised By Local Businesses
March 30, 2017

Construction students at Bishop Burton College have been given a showcase of industry leading products by national suppliers and businesses.

An exhibition took place at the college featuring a visit from leading interior lining supplier British Gypsum. The visit was organised and co-ordinated in partnership by Hull-based construction firm Hobson & Porter and UK materials supplier Jewson.

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Beverley High School Students Mark International Pi Day

Beverley High School Students Mark International Pi Day
March 20, 2017

Students at Beverley High School took pat in International Pi day as they hosted a range of activities and also saw mathematics reach all lessons.

Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi). Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/day date format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π.

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Almost All Children Get Places At Preferred Secondary School

Almost All Children Get Places At Preferred Secondary School
March 1, 2017

Nearly all East Riding parents of children moving to secondary school this year have got places for them at their preferred school.

Letters to parents telling them the outcome of their applications for secondary places in September are being sent out. All local authorities in England have to send the letters out on the same date.

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Ofsted Praise For “High Achieving” Bishop Burton College

Ofsted Praise For “High Achieving” Bishop Burton College
February 22, 2017

A “high performing” further education college has become only the third in the country to retain its overall grading of “good” after a full Ofsted inspection since the assessment criteria was changed.

Bishop Burton College has been praised for its impressive success rates, inspiring resources and facilities and strong links with employers and other partners, which ensure the vast majority of students secure work or a higher level of study at the end of their course.

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Ofsted Praise For ‘Good’ And ‘Outstanding’ Children’s Services In The East Riding

Ofsted Praise For 'Good' And 'Outstanding' Children's Services
February 13, 2017

Services for vulnerable children across the East Riding have been judged to be ‘good’ overall with ‘outstanding’ features by Ofsted inspectors.

A comprehensive and rigorous inspection of East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s children’s services and the East Riding Safeguarding Children Board has found them to be ‘good’ and the services for young people leaving care are described as ‘outstanding’.

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