Navigation Skills Course

Have you ever stared blankly at a map and wondered, what on earth does all this mean? Have you ever been driving along, completely lost and after miles of driving realised you have the map upside down? Have you ever wanted to know how to be able to read a map, use a compass, go for a walk or drive without getting lost? Then this course is for you! This…

August 17, 2009
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ERY Schools Shine

East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to congratulate schools on their success as shown in the provisional Local Authority Key Stage 2 results released today.  Outcomes for 11-year-old pupils demonstrate the health of the primary schools, as the East Riding results continue to show evidence of strong performance. In English the authority is 37th out of 150 councils, placing it in the upper quartile – top 25%. In mathematics…

August 7, 2009
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East Riding College Beverley

August 6, 2009

Set in the grounds of the former Longcroft Hall, our Beverley campus is a five-minute walk from Beverley town centre and borders the lush common land of the Westwood. Many of our classrooms are dotted around the grounds, in among the dozens of mature trees which fill the campus. The Westwood building houses hair and beauty, engineering, construction and catering and hospitality, while further blocks accommodate our Learning Resource Centre…

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Artsmark Award to Schools

July 28, 2009

MP applauds Artsmark award to schools Five schools in the Beverley and Holderness constituency of Graham Stuart MP have been successful in attaining Artsmark awards this year, it has been announced. The national award scheme recognises schools which are committed to providing a high level of art education. This year the schools which have achieved Artsmark are: Beverley High School, Cherry Burton C of E Voluntary Controlled Primary School, Longcroft…

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