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.
Two television stars will be handing out the awards to students at Bishop Burton College’s traditional end of year celebrations.
Presenters Helen Skelton and Jenni Falconer will be the special guests at the college’s Presentation Day events later this month. The event will see around 1,000 students celebrate the successful completion of their studies.
A talented young rugby scholarship student at Bishop Burton Colleg has been called up to represent England.
Student Api Bavadra, 18, has been drafted into the England Sevens squad to compete in the HSBC World Sevens Series in Paris. The competition which he will be playing in will also be shown live on Sky Sports.
The first national rugby sevens title win in Bishop Burton College’s history will provide a platform for students to go onto even greater success.
That’s the view of further education rugby coach Tomasi Tanumi, who saw his side win the Association of Colleges (AoC) Rugby Sevens Championship for the first time after an intense schedule of nine games in just three days.
A football team at Bishop Burton College thanks to its partnership with Hull City has helped established its self as one of the best in the county.
The college, near Beverley, is the home of the Hull City Tigers Academy. As a result, talented students are in a position to be spotted by the club and academy prospects released by the Tigers are able to continue playing at a high level with the college.