Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart has welcomed the initiative of three Beverley High School pupils, Jazmin Young, Amelia Sparks and Libby Marshall, who are participating in the annual Police Lifestyle challenge.
The girls are holding a fashion show in Beverley. The free event will be held at Beverley Minster Parish Hall this coming Tuesday 21st August 2018, from 2:00 pm until 4:30 pm.
The final phase of the £995,000 road improvement scheme for Beverley’s town centre is due to begin on Monday 30 July.
A number of roads and roundabouts have already been resurfaced in Beverley as part of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council project – and next week work will start on resurfacing a section of parking bays on Norwood.
Beverley High School opened their doors and welcomed in people to view work created by students at the school who are studying art.
Featuring a selection of work from GCSE and A level students of Beverley High School, the exhibition showcased a combination of Photography and Art work that has been worked on throughout the two year courses.
Nearly all East Riding parents of children moving to secondary school this year have got places for them at their preferred school.
Letters to parents telling them the outcome of their applications for secondary places in September are being sent out today, Thursday, 1 March. All local authorities in England have to send the letters out on the same date.
Local MP Graham Stuart returned to the classroom as he took part in the “Back to School” campaign at Beverley High School.
Mr Stuart saw presentations from pupils about education around the world, before speaking to them about what the Government is doing to help disadvantaged children across the globe receive a school education.
East Riding Councillor, Denis Healy, has launched a petition after figures reveal the devastating impact that the Government’s £3bn cuts to education funding will have on East Riding schools, including Longcroft School and Beverley High School.
Schools in the East Riding are bracing themselves for budget reductions of £14.9m in real terms by 2019, meaning an 8% cut in pupil funding, equivalent to 400 teachers’ jobs.