Students from Longcroft School have been given a tour of the BEA Systems at Brough after they enjoyed success in an engineering competition. The Brough Seaplane completion was created to mark the centenary of the BAE Brough site and also inspire young people in schools to embrace engineering. Students were tasked with designing a cockpit with organisers saying they had some ‘brilliant entries’ resulting in them inviting winners and runners…
East Riding schools are set to benefit from a new National Funding Formula (NFF) in 2018 after years of campaigning by local MP, Graham Stuart. Graham founded the national Fair School Funding Campaign and organised a long series of Parliamentary events, debates, meetings and photo calls to highlight the issue and pressure the Government into action.
He has worked closely with local heads and the East Riding Council to demand a fairer system. The formula, which will come into effect from 2018, will give every local school a cash boost and provide a more transparent system for educational funding.
East Riding College is the first college in Yorkshire to gain Chartered status something they say is a testament to the high quality of teaching on offer.
The Chartered Institution for Further Education announced they were pleased to welcome its first member from Yorkshire.
Beverley Minster Primary School welcomed a special guest into the school as pupils got a chance to learn more about democracy.
MP Graham Stuart was invited to be officially handed a project that aims to put pressure on leaders in the developed world to support global education.
Children and families at Educare Nursery in Beverley held an evening party including a graduation celebration for their pre school children.
The graduation celebration were followed by games, drinks, nibbles and other activities that were enjoyed by all.
Students from Beverley Joint Sixth Form have walked from Beverley to Hull in a bid to raise money and awareness for the Young Minds Charity.
Molly Brown, who organised the walk was joined by fellow students who walked from the Market Cross to Queen Victoria Square in Hull.
James Ash a former pupil at Longcroft school returned with For Entrepreneurs Only who delivered a Business Master Class to students.
For Entrepreneurs Only are a local network of business people who through regular events and initiatives aim to inform, motivate, educate, inspire and support others.
Beverley Minster Primary School pupils got together for one final time as the Year 6 leavers held a special party at Bevelrey Rugby Club.
A packed club house enjoyed a BBQ and disco as the youngsters came together to bid farewell to one another ahead of their move to secondary school.
Beverley Grammar School will line up against 60 teams as they take part in the Green Power Challenge this weekend.
A group of aspiring engineers from Beverley Grammar will go head to head with other young drivers in their self built electric car that has taken over a year to build.
One of Britain’s greatest Olympians has told students at an East Yorkshire college to grasp the opportunities ahead of them and fulfill their potential.
Former rower Sir Steve Redgrave CBE, who won gold medals at five consecutive Olympic Games, said students at Bishop Burton College have been given the perfect platform to pursue their dreams.
Photos from the Longcroft School Sixth Form Prom that was held at The Deep in Hull.
Students who have spent many years together finally completed their time at Longcroft School as the Class of 2017 signed off their school days in style.
An East Yorkshire college has been named the finest in the country at a prestigious national awards ceremony.
Bishop Burton College, near Beverley, has been named ‘Outstanding College of the Year’ at the BTEC Awards 2017.
Children at Busy Bees Nursery in Beverley had a special guest, Olympic Gold Medalist Dame Dr Katherine Grainger PhD attend for their sports day.
Dame Dr Katherine Grainger PhD sporting pedigree is of the highest order and is the first British lady to win medals at five consecutive Olympic games.
Photos from the Beverley High School and Beverley Grammar School Joint Sixth Prom.
Students from the class of 2017 celebrated their finishing their year with prom held at Lazaat’s.
Photos from the KC Stadium where students from Beverley High School and Beverley Grammar School Class of 2017 signed off their year in style at their Prom.
Will Day, Isaac Bullough and Joseph Officer represented Beverley Grammar school at the regional final of the Foreign Language Translation Bee Tuesday 6 June at Sheffield Hallam University in their chosen language of French.
Following the regional event Beverley Grammar School Boys Adam Roberts (13), Lewis Matthews (13) and Nathan Thorp (13) are German finalists now through to the National Final which will be taking place on Monday 3rd July at Cambridge University no less.