Barrat’s Bees Put Down Roots

August 10, 2011

Barrat’s ‘little bees’ in Beverley are seeing their hard work pay off as professional landscapers have now completed the bee friendly gardens they designed ready for summer. Barratt Yorkshire East commissioned Vertech Plants to deliver a garden which was specifically designed to support the development of the bee population as part of its Save the Bee project which is taking place across the region. Pupils at Tickton C of E…

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Special Weekend Ahead Of Youth Trip To India

June 29, 2011

Members of a Beverley church have organised a fund-raising weekend to help young Christians undertake a potentially life-changing trip to India. Beverley Community Church, based on Saturday Market, have forged strong links over the years with the Kings Temple Church in Hyderabad and are sending eight young people and two leaders to India in August. The cost of the trip is £900 and to help with the expenses a series…

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Prestigious ICT Mark Award For Keldmarsh Primary School

June 9, 2011

Carol Tomkinson, headteacher at Keldmarsh Primary School, said: “On behalf of Keldmarsh Primary School, I am delighted to be awarded the ICT Mark. It recognises our positive approach to ICT and the benefits it is bringing to our children. “We believe that ICT can be used in every aspect of learning and that it is essential our children are equipped for the modern world. “We are very proud to include…

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Local Elections: Kerri Harold, Minster Woodmansey

April 23, 2011

Hi, my name is Kerri Harold, I have been married to Roy for nearly 18 years and have 3 lovely daughters Beth, Georgia and Brittany. I am Beverley born and bred and attended Woodmansey Primary School, ( where I am now proud to be a Governor) and then onto Beverley High School. I had a year at Hull College on their hairdressing course, but changed career course after being told…

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My Favourite Toy Drawing Competition Winners

November 25, 2010

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s hardly surprising that many children’s attention is now starting to focus on toys.  Keystage 1 pupils at Keldmarsh Primary School in Beverley have been channelling their enthusiasm in an artistic direction by entering a competition to draw their favourite toy. The challenge was set by local on-line toy store, wrapped up 4u, which specialises in traditional toys and Christmas decorations from Germany. Entries…

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Beverley Remembers: Armistice Day 2010

November 11, 2010

This morning pupils from Molescroft Primary School and Keldmarsh Primary School held a special Armistice Day assembly in Hengate Gardens. At 11am the teachers, pupils and veterans stood in silence for two minutes as a mark of respect those who have died while serving their country. After the assembly the Mayor of Beverley, Bessie Foot came to Hengate Gardens to meet with members of The Royal British Legion that included…

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Beverley Literature Children’s Festival

October 8, 2010

A packed weekend of fun events for young readers and artists is coming this weekend as part of the Beverley Literature Festival. Authors, storytellers, illustrators, puppeteers and football will be taking over The Treasure House in Beverley to give young people a taste of the very best that books and reading have to offer. Aimed at young readers from two to 13 years and their families, the programme has something…

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Trojan Horse Exhibition Wheels into Molescroft

October 6, 2010

3000 years ago, Greece waged war against the city of Troy.  Although the Greeks gathered a huge army at Troy they could not conquer the city.  After ten years Ulysses, King of the Greek island of Ithaca had an idea.  He built a large wooden horse and left it at the gates of Troy.  The Greek ships sailed away.  Believing it was a gift, signaling the end of the war,…

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Keldmarsh Primary School ‘My Life in a Box’

October 6, 2010

Keldmarsh & Molescroft Primary Schools in Beverley are continuing their collaborative work as part of a project called sharing resources for innovation and cohesion (ShRINC). The team of European partners are working together on projects including ‘My Life in a Box’, ‘My Town in a Box’ and a Virtual World ‘Lemerley’, to explore each other’s cultures and the historic links between Germany and England since the Middle Ages. As well…

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Bebe Vox Performs in Beverley Schools

January 29, 2010

Bebe Vox was in Beverley performing live in two different Beverley Schools. The talented singer who is set to release a single on the 26th April got the kids rocking! Bebe spoke with HU17.net saying: “I am touring 100 schools across the UK doing assemblies to promote myself and my new single and doing as many gigs as I can.” “All I dreamed about is being a singer, my songs…

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Keldmarsh Primary School Welcome Lemgo Visitors

November 5, 2009

Keldmash Primary School in Beverley today had a special visit with the Mayor of Beverley and guest from Germany. The visit is part directly connect with ‘ShRINC’ a collaborative project between East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s school improvement service and the Schulamt in the Kreis Lippe region of Germany. Full details to follow…. Related Links Beverley and Lemgo Officials Meet Lemgo Fire Fighters in Beverley Pupils From Twined Town Visit

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