An important milestone in Bishop Burton College’s development was marked last week by the launch of its new Centre for Precision Agriculture, which was officially opened by Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness.
MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, has sung the praises of schools across his constituency – offering his thanks to teachers, teaching assistants, governors, and parents and pupils themselves for their resilience and flexibility during the coronavirus pandemic.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, virtually met Bishop Burton College’s Chief Executive and Principal of the College, Bill Meredith, and Chair of Governors, Alan Menzies, to hear how they have coped with online learning during the pandemic.
Former students of Bishop Burton College are looking to reunite the class of 1970/71.
A group of former students of the college say they are setting up the event to mark the 50th anniversary since they attended the college.
Bishop Burton College was delighted to team up with Atkinson Action Horses for a spectacular event to raise funds to combat the devastation caused by Australia’s bushfires.
The sold-out event took place on Saturday, 15 February, with 100% of the ticket price being donated to the Australian Red Cross and to WIRES – Australian Wildlife Rescue Organisation.
Current champions are going head to head with first-time finalists in the battle to be crowned the “best of the best” at this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards.
The much-anticipated shortlist of finalists, revealed today by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (VHEY), is being described as “the most exciting ever”. Tourism bosses say it’s testament to the popularity of the region as a visitor destination and the range of what’s on offer.
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.
A near £2million investment in new facilities and technologies will be used to develop high-level agricultural skills training and help tackle climate change.
The funding has been awarded to Bishop Burton College by the Department for Education (DfE) as part of the Institutes of Technology initiative.
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.
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.
The construction industry united in a collaborative effort to raise awareness and help find the thousands of workers needed in the coming years.
This year’s Foundations Live event at Bishop Burton College saw over 70 exhibitors join forces to showcase the wealth of opportunity offered by the sector.
Bishop Burton College has teamed up with a Hull charity to give students an exciting new opportunity to launch a career in childcare.
The college has partnered with the community nursery, Child Dynamix, to deliver the new T-Level in Childcare.
Bishop Burton College has been praised for the excellent quality of information, advice and guidance it provides to its students.
Following an inspection last month, the college has been accredited with the Matrix Quality Standard.
Businesses are being given the chance to have their say on what students should be taught, to help produce a skilled workforce that will benefit the regional economy.
Bishop Burton College is seeking the views of businesses spanning many different sectors as part of a major review of its curriculum.
Local charities Hull and East Yorkshire Mind and RSPCA Hull and East Riding have joined forces to launch a new family fun event to benefit each of their causes.
The ‘Waggy Walk for Wellbeing’ event, which will take place on Sunday 6 October 2019 between 11am and 2pm, will be a fun day out for all the family, including their dogs.
Students and employers from across Yorkshire are set to benefit from a significant investment in the digital infrastructure at Bishop Burton College.
The college has recently completed a £650,000 project to upgrade its ICT systems, which will provide the platform to train current and future generations of highly skilled workers and provide a valuable contribution to the agriculture sector, in particular.
The region’s biggest co-located construction trade and careers event will be returning to Bishop Burton College in October, backed by BBC DIY SOS’s Mark Millar.
Foundations Live, a networking trade show combined with an interactive careers event for people of all ages, will return to Bishop Burton College’s Equine Arena on Wednesday, October 2nd, hosting construction professionals and students from across the Humber region and beyond. Created and hosted by Hobson & Porter, the event is now in its fourth year and continues to grow in popularity and size.
A student at Bishop Burton College has been named the best in her subject area in the country.
Animal management student, Chloe Rochester has beaten off tough competition from hundreds of other hopefuls to be named ‘BTEC Land-Based Student of the Year’ at a prestigious awards ceremony held by accrediting body Pearson.