Primary Futures Campaign Receives Continued Support From MP

Primary Futures Campaign Receives Continued Support From MP
March 13, 2020

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has continued his longstanding support for Education & Employers’ ‘Primary Futures’ programme with a visit to Beverley St Nicholas Primary School.

The campaign, which Graham helped launch in Parliament last year, aims to bring volunteers into schools to talk about their careers in order to inspire pupils and broaden their horizons about the world of work.

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St Mary’s Primary School Show Tesco How Funding Helped With Project

St Mary's Primary School Show Tesco How Funding Helped With Project
March 10, 2020

St Mary’s Primary School have thanked the local Tesco store and their customers. Their comments come after they were awarded cash by the supermarket.

The school in Beverley was awarded the money as part of the Bags of Help incentive. Following a vote by shoppers at the Morton Lane store, the school were named winners in the 2019 March / April draw.

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Beverley High School Make Final Of CyberFirst Girls Competition

Beverley High School Make Final Of CyberFirst Girls Competition
March 10, 2020

Cyber savvy girls from Beverley High School are preparing to take on the best teams from the rest of the UK in an attempt to be crowned the nation’s codebreaking champions.

The pupils, aged 12 and 13, saw off challengers from northern England last month to reach the CyberFirst Girls Competition final. They will now take on the nine best teams from the rest of the UK.

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WorkwithSchools Offer Rip-Roaring Prize For World Earth Day

WorkwithSchools Offer Rip-Roaring Prize For World Earth Day
January 16, 2020

WorkwithSchools, a York-based supply teaching agency, is offering local primary schools the chance to win a rip-roaring prize.

They are giving schools in the area a chance to win a class trip to see the highly acclaimed Lion King at the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford in May for a matinee performance.

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East Riding College Ofsted Report Is A Positive One

East Riding College Ofsted Report Is A Positive One
January 7, 2020

East Riding College has recently received a very positive Ofsted report under the new, tougher 2019 education inspection framework.

The College, which has campuses in Beverley and Bridlington and a site in Hull, has now maintained its “good” status for over a decade following November’s short inspection visit.

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Michael Loncaster Acknowledged By Molescroft Parish Council

Michael Loncaster Acknowledged By Molescroft Parish Council
December 20, 2019

Michael Loncaster, Headteacher of Molescroft Primary School has been awarded the Millenium Cup by Molescroft Parish Council.

Mr Loncaster has been the Headteacher at Molescroft Primary School since 2001. His efforts have been acknowledged by the Parish Council who described him as an inspirational figure.

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Bishop Burton Students To Sample Life Working Abroad

Bishop Burton Students To Sample Life Working Abroad
December 11, 2019

Travel and tourism and business students at Bishop Burton College will be broadening their horizons on a trip to work in Spain.

Students in the second year of their Level 3 courses in travel and tourism and business will be given the chance to gain crucial experience of working in another country in the two-week trip to Seville at the end of March 2020.

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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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