Since the nationwide lockdown measures were introduced in late March, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Hull and East Yorkshire Children’s University have been working tirelessly to ensure the 7000+ vulnerable children in the region are supported in their education and wellbeing.
Rev Becky Lumley says that is was a real honour to host the High Sheriff of the East Riding of Yorkshire Service of Thanks Giving at St Mary’s Church.
Over 350 people attended the service which was held at St Mary’s Church on Sunday.
Pupils at a Beverley primary school are set to go to the polls this week as part of a pilot scheme to introduce children to the electoral process.
On Friday, 6 July children from St John of Beverley RC Primary School will hold a mock election to bring to an end a project run in conjunction with East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s electoral services and the Hull and East Riding Children’s University about democracy and the importance of having the right to vote.
Hull and East Yorkshire Children’s University say they are delighted to announce that they have teamed up with St John of Beverley RC Primary School.
Hull and East Yorkshire Children’s University (HEY CU) specialises in bringing classroom learning to life, while helping to raise the aspirations by providing a wide range of unique experiences.