Before Christmas, students at Longcroft School and Sixth Form College lent their support to the East Riding Food Bank.
A large number of items were generously donated by students, families and members of staff, as part of a drive to raise awareness of this important local charity, which supports many people in Beverley and the surrounding area.
Foundations Live, the region’s biggest co-located construction trade and careers event, took place for the third time this month. As an event, it attracted by far the biggest audience yet, with over 1,000 people in attendance across the day.
The event saw hundreds of industry professionals and schools visit Bishop Burton College’s equine arena, which hosted more than 70 companies exhibiting products and services and advising hundreds of students on how to gain a route into the workplace.
An LGBTQ anti-hate crime project which has involved schools and communities across the East Riding was celebrated at an event in Beverley attended by a Home Office minister.
The Right to Be project is an initiative led by children’s charity Barnardo’s in partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s youth and family support service, following a £48,000 award of funding from the Home Office Hate Crime Community Projects fund.
All Year 11 students who live in Beverley and beyond are warmly invited to Longcroft School’s 2018 Sixth Form Information Evening on Thursday 27 September. The evening starts with a presentation at 6pm in the Longcroft Theatre.
It is that time of year again, when GCSE students in Year 11 begin to consider their options for further study. This event is a good opportunity to find out what Longcroft Sixth Form has to offer and talk to individual Subject Teachers.