Photos from the Beverley High school Y11 presentation evening where students past and present were acknowledged for their achievements.
Beverley – 11th November 2016 – In the early morning of today, way before the school day at Beverley Grammar School had begun, 64 red balloons were raised above the school
East Riding secondary schools have topped the league of GCSE results in Yorkshire and the Humber for the first time, with one of the best scores in the north of England.
Six floristry students at Bishop Burton College are eagery looking forward to competing in the world’s biggest and most prestigious flower show.
A new academic year has started at the council’s adult learning centre in Beverley and, whilst enrolment on courses is high, there are still places available.
Pupils from Beverley Minster Primary School joined millions of people around the world to mark 00 years since the birth of author Roald Dahl.
Primary schools in the East Riding have achieved top place in the Yorkshire and Humber region for their Key Stage 2 results for pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is making a plea to the new Education Secretary for urgent extra funding for East Riding schools.
Most East Riding schools are celebrating their best ever GCSE results. This year’s results are judged by an entirely different set of measures to previous year
Students at East Riding College are celebrating a 100 per cent pass rate in their A-level exams.The figure includes a grade A and B percentage of 35PC
Students at Longcroft School were celebrating after a many achieved the A-level results needed to get the university places of their choice.
Shortly after securing a prestigious Gold award at this year’s Harrogate Flower Show, six Bishop Burton floristry students have done it again and won a highly coveted title at RHS Tatton Park.
East Riding College has been named the College with the best higher education student satisfaction ratings in East Yorkshire.
Beverley Manor Nursery ended their term with a Pirate themed day that saw children dress up as barons of the sea.