Primary schools in the East Riding have achieved top place in the Yorkshire and Humber region for their Key Stage 2 results for pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.
Recently Beverley Grammar School has hosted two events for local primary schools to prepare the Year 6 students for the transition into secondary education.
Tickton Primary School say they are looking forward to the weekend as they prepare for their Open Garden Day that take place on 17 June from 10AM to 3PM
East Riding Libraries are making final preparations for the start of the Summer Reading Challenge 2015, which launches on Monday (20 July). The theme for the 2015 Challenge is Record Breakers.
A report about the request for a zebra crossing outside Tickton Primary School was considered at last Wednesday’s meeting of ERYC Environment and Regeneration Committee.
Aside from the bees, there’s a real buzz around Tickton Primary School about its Open Garden Day on Friday 27th June 2014. Staff and pupils are proudly preparing to open the School grounds under the National Garden Scheme
Tickton’s Women’s Institute are encouraging locals to enjoy the benefits of the village’s mobile library bus this weekend. It’s part of the WI’s national campaign “Love Your Libraries”
Parents and Friends of Tickton Primary School held a black tie ball fund raiser at the Tickton Grange Hotel. 140 people came and we raising over £1000 for the school
HU17.net Magazine Issue 79 features can be purchased from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way. This week’s edition features an interview with Gail Porter, Beverley Town FC
This weekend four local lads, Ryan Hilton, Isaac Galloway, Cameron Shreeve and Jake Ingram all from Tickton Primary School completed Triathlon. Starting at 10am in the morning the lads cycled from Tickton to the Beverley Leisure Centre before taking part in run racking up a staggering 20 miles collectively. With the run complete Ryan, Isaac and Cameron entered the swimming pool at the Beverley Leisure Centre and completed 100 lengths….
The Black and White Sparkle Ball was held at the Tickton Grange Hotel on Friday. Organised by Faye Clark on behalf of the Parents and Friends of Tickton School, the event is used to raise money for Tickton Primary School. Now in its 4th year, the ball raised over £500. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click…
Tickton Primary School held their annual Christmas Fayre. The day was officially opened by Santa Claus who was accompanied by Mrs Christmas arriving in a horse drawn carriage. There were plenty of stalls, refreshments and face painting however it was of course Santa who was star attraction. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail…