Melvin Burgess, the Carnegie Medal winning author, visited Longcroft School and Sixth Form College to talk to students about being a writer, how important it is to work at something you enjoy in life, and sticking to your dreams.
Beverley High School opened their doors and welcomed in people to view work created by students at the school who are studying art.
Featuring a selection of work from GCSE and A level students of Beverley High School, the exhibition showcased a combination of Photography and Art work that has been worked on throughout the two year courses.
Photos featuring the pupils from St Mary’s Primary School in Beverley who competed in their annual sports day event.
Parents, friends and family were invited into the school, lining the track adding to what was a fun packed afternoon on the school field.
St Mary’s Primary School Road Safety Champion Wendy Copley says the pupils at the great time being involved with the School’s Yorkshire Tour Baton Relay.
The baton arrived with the school on the Thursday where it stayed until it set off the following Friday morning on the next leg of its route.
Floristry students from Bishop Burton College have scooped an enviable collection of awards at this year’s Harrogate Flower Show.
First year foundation degree student, Rebecca Ladd, 43, used Tarzan and Jane as the inspiration behind her ‘Perfect Match’ floristry class.
Pupils at Beverley Minster Primary School are getting behind the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire as they look to help decorate the town with their creativity.
Year 2 pupils at the school have painted a number of wooden bike cut outs in the race colours of blue and yellow that will be displayed around Beverley.
Pupils at Swinemoor Primary School in Beverley are embracing additional learning after the school introduced the Swinemoor Graduate Award Programme.
Head Teacher, Leon Myers, says the incentive has provide popular with the pupils at his school as they look earn awards in range of topics including History, English and Music.
Beverley St Nicholas Community Primary School have thanked Tesco after they were awarded £2000 from the Bags of Help Scheme.
Customers who use the Tesco Store on Morton Lane in Beverley voted for Beverley St Nicholas Community Primary School to win the contents for January and February of this year.
Members of staff at St Mary’s Primary School have raised over £2,000 for Cancer Research UK after they took part in the March incentive ‘Walk All Over Cancer’.
In all twenty staff members, made up of teachers, teaching assistants, lunchtime supervisors and office staff participated under the team name ‘We’ll Never Walk Alone’.
Pupils from St John of Beverley RC Primary School were given an insight into the what takes to be a fire fighter thanks to the Hull and East Riding Children’s University.
Students from the school in Beverley spent the day with Humberside Fire and Rescue Service at their Calvert Lane Station.
St. Mary’s CE Primary School in Beverley held their annual Walking School Bus that saw pupils and supporters of the event walk to school.
Meeting that the at the Tesco store in Beverley, pupils were joined by the Mayor of Beverley, Cllr Ann Willis, a local PSCO Officer from Humberside Polices, Parents and pets.
Hull and East Yorkshire Children’s University say they are delighted to announce that they have teamed up with St John of Beverley RC Primary School.
Hull and East Yorkshire Children’s University (HEY CU) specialises in bringing classroom learning to life, while helping to raise the aspirations by providing a wide range of unique experiences.
Thierry Condette of TC Patisserie, Beverley took part as a guest judge in The Great Woodmansey Bake Off 2018.
Children, parents and grandparents entered the competition on Thursday, adults competing for both a trophy and afternoon tea kindly donated by Thierry and children competing for a winner’s party kindly donated by Mega Fun, Beverley.
On Wednesday pupils at St Mary’s and St Nicholas primary schools will be treated to a series of mini-concerts given by four of the country’s leading classical musicians.
Libby Burgess, artistic director of the New Paths music festival, will be joined by other festival artists for the lively performances in the schools.
Students at Longcroft School welcomed representatives from the Tour de Yorkshire to the school, giving them a chance to get a close look at the events trophies.
As part of a day-long series of visits to local schools and a public display, organisers brought the event trophies in for students to see for themselves and to create enthusiasm for the forthcoming tour.
An East Yorkshire college football team has reached the last 16 in the country for the first time in its history.
Bishop Burton College’s further education football academy is officially one of the best in England after securing its place in the national play-offs for the first time.