Students from Longcroft School have been given a tour of the BEA Systems at Brough after they enjoyed success in an engineering competition. The Brough Seaplane completion was created to mark the centenary of the BAE Brough site and also inspire young people in schools to embrace engineering. Students were tasked with designing a cockpit with organisers saying they had some ‘brilliant entries’ resulting in them inviting winners and runners…
Two second half goals from Rob Northen ensured Beverley Town Reserves got off to a winning start in the East Riding County League.
Town, claimed all three points at Longcroft School against Queens County AFC who were won the division one title last season to earn promotion.
Members of local clubs, Beverley Town Football Club, Hodgsons FC and Molescroft Rangers united as they remembered their former team mate Scott Vickers.
Held at Longcroft School, the teams were joined by Scott’s family members who led the sides onto the pitch.
Beverley Town Football Club and Hodgsons FC will come together ahead of the new season as both clubs join forces to raise funds for their teams.
Taking place on 12 August the Tanners and Town will go head to head on the pitch before heading to The Potting Shed to complete their fund raiser with a race night.
The sporting achievements of men and women who attend day services from across the East Riding have been celebrated at a three-day sports event.
The East Riding Legacy Games, which were first launched in 2012 to tie in with the London Olympics, saw competitors take part in a range of track and field events including athletics, wheelchair racing, Frisbee golf, and tennis ball throwing.
James Ash a former pupil at Longcroft school returned with For Entrepreneurs Only who delivered a Business Master Class to students.
For Entrepreneurs Only are a local network of business people who through regular events and initiatives aim to inform, motivate, educate, inspire and support others.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 356 includes photos from the Longcroft School Prom and also Suzie Featherstone’s birthday meal at Maa Indian Restaurant and Dean Shaw’s 40th.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 356 also rounds up the local sporting action from the weekend. This weeks issue can be purchased from Molescroft news on Woodhall Way.
Photos from the Longcroft School Sixth Form Prom that was held at The Deep in Hull.
Students who have spent many years together finally completed their time at Longcroft School as the Class of 2017 signed off their school days in style.
Photos taken early this morning while walking on the Beverley Westwood showing three different key features and landmarks from above.
The photos, which were taken with a drone show Longcroft School, Bevelrey Racecourse and also The Old College Beverley housing development.
Beverley Folk Festival is encouraging residents to come along and get a taster of what the event has to offer for just £3 each per day, with children under 12 getting in for free.
This festival entery gives attendees access to a wide range of events and sessions. If you like what you see and hear, upgrade tickets will be available, which allow access to all performances and venues for either half day, full day or the whole weekend, depending on which option you choose.
Hassan Bassam, a former Longcroft School pupil who went on to achieve a BA in Mathematics & Astrophysics at Cambridge University says Labour best reflect his views.
Speaking about the upcoming general election, Mr. Bassam who is 22-years old says he will be voting Labour raising concerns over the poverty and health.
Harvey Rann who is 19 says he will be voting Labour in election and not re-electing a government who he says are intent on keeping the poor on their knees.
Mr. Rann, a former student at Longcroft School who is currently studying law and will be voting for the second time in his life.
A group of Year 7 students greeted Shara, the Library reading dog, enthusiastically when she visited Longcroft Upper School Library this week. Students took it in turns to read out loud as the Siberian Husky listened attentively.
Research shows that reading for pleasure boosts children’s academic achievement, and also improves confidence.
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.
Organisers of Flem’s Fight Night say they are grateful for the support they have received from the residents and businesses in Beverley.
Following the sad loss of local man Paul Fleming, his friends have pulled together to raise money for his wife and two children.
Year 7 student Alfie Adams received a book prize and Certificate of Achievement at a Year 7 Longcroft School Assembly after watching a film about Kristallnacht and Kindertransport.
The film, created by Mr Thurlow with the assistance of Mrs Maher, and Ms Carvill, marked Holocaust Memorial Day.