Boost Your Career by Improving Your Qualifications Online

Boost Your Career by Improving Your Qualifications Online
November 23, 2019

Lots of people are looking to improve their career prospects, their futures, and their quality of life, and one of the ways in which this can be done is through the improvement of qualifications and skills.

Whether you have been in your job for years or you are just starting out, one of the things you need to do is to make sure you get the necessary qualifications for the work you want to do.

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Employers Help Shape Bishop Burton College Curriculum

Employers Help Shape Bishop Burton College Curriculum
November 15, 2019

Employers from a range of different sectors across Yorkshire and the Humber have had their say on the skills and knowledge they believe college students will need for successful careers in the region.

Bishop Burton College invited businesses from a variety of industries to share their views as part of a major project to review its future curriculum.

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Senior Percussion Ensemble To Perform At The Royal Albert Hall

Senior Percussion Ensemble To Perform At The Royal Albert Hall
November 7, 2019

Young musicians from East Riding schools have been invited to perform at the Royal Albert Hall in London. They will take part in the national Festival of Music for Youth later this month.

The East Riding schools’ music service Senior Percussion Ensemble is to take part in a lunchtime concert. This will be held in the prestigious Elgar Room entitled ‘Spotlight on new music.’

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The Little Mermaid – School To Bring ‘Green Touch’ To Annual Show

The Little Mermaid - School To Bring 'Green Touch' To Annual Show
November 6, 2019

Rehearsals are already underway for Beverley Minster C of E Primary School’s next school production, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, which will take place in March.

This year, not only are the cast having fun and learning new skills but they’re also aiming to raise awareness of recycling, single-use plastics and how to keep oceans clean and safe.

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Students Who Graduated Celebrate With Stunning Ceremony

Students Who Graduated Celebrate With Stunning Ceremony
October 30, 2019

Students at Bishop Burton College’s University Centre graduated at a stunning ceremony to celebrate their achievements.

The students, who graduated from programmes in subject areas including agriculture, animal management and equine, were told they can now go on to achieve anything they set their minds to.

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CyberFirst Girls Competition Wins Backing Of Local MP

October 25, 2019

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has written to schools in Beverley and Holderness to encourage them to get involved in the National Cyber Security Centre’s CyberFirst Girls’ Competition.

Created in 2016 as part of the Government’s National Cyber Security Strategy to respond to evolving digital threats to the country’s infrastructure, the NCSC runs CyberFirst; which is a series of freely available short cyber courses aimed at teaching children aged 11-17 about cybersecurity.

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Love Our Colleges’ Week Supported By MP Graham Stuart

Love Our Colleges’ Week Supported By MP Graham Stuart
October 22, 2019

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has voiced his support for colleges across Yorkshire – including Bishop Burton College in Beverley.

This comes after having been written to by a collection of principals of colleges from across East Riding, North Yorkshire and York urging him to support the sector during the annual celebration which this year ran from 14-18 October.

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School’s Being Encouraged To Champion Cultural Education By MP

School's Being Encouraged To Champion Cultural Education By MP
October 9, 2019

This week is Arts Council England’s Artsmark Celebration Week a campaign that aims to shine a light on schools across the country who champion teaching arts and culture as part of a broad and varied curriculum.

14 schools in Beverley and Holderness are currently registered for Artsmark, four of which have been awarded either a Gold or Silver award.

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Boosting Success With Your Studies

Boosting Success With Your Studies
October 8, 2019

As any student knows, keeping on top of thing when it comes to studies is vital if you want to do well throughout the year as well as when the exams come around.

However, with the variety of other things many students have to deal with, it can be difficult to keep up with your studies. This, in turn, can make a big negative difference to your grades and your future.

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6 Reasons You Should Consider Getting Your MBA Online

6 Reasons You Should Consider Getting Your MBA Online
October 7, 2019

Online MBAs have exploded in popularity recently and this creates a bewildering array of choices for students whose default choice would usually be to attend a brick and mortar school.

Many are still getting acquainted with the idea of online education, and some may have legitimate concerns about the validity of these programs.

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MP Writes To Schools Encouraging Them To Keep School Uniform Costs Down

MP Writes To Schools Encouraging Them To Keep School Uniform Costs Down
September 28, 2019

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has written to local schools in the constituency to remind them of the government’s statutory guidance which instructs schools to keep uniform costs as low as possible for parents.

Paying for school uniforms can come at a difficult time for parents as in the most part, it comes at the end of a summer that brings with it more spending because of additional childcare costs and going on holidays.

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