Would you like the opportunity to try out a new hobby, learn a new skill or expand your knowledge completely for free and with no commitment?
This September you can do just that. East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Adult Learning and Employability team are back with another ‘Try Month’, bringing you the opportunity to try out as many different courses as you like, in one of our centres or online.
An important milestone in Bishop Burton College’s development was marked last week by the launch of its new Centre for Precision Agriculture, which was officially opened by Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness.
The TEC Partnership is delighted to announce it has become the region’s first FE college provider to receive Bachelor Degree Awarding Powers.
This significant achievement means the Ofsted outstanding provider, which offers higher education courses at University Centre Grimsby, Scarborough TEC and East Riding College, will have the ability to validate its own degrees from September 2022.
The number of Year 6 children resident in the East Riding who have been awarded places for the school named by their parents/carers as their first preference has risen to nearly 97% in this year’s secondary school admissions round.
MP Graham Stuart has held a virtual meeting with Longcroft School and Sixth Form College’s Head of School, Irie Grant, and Executive Headteacher, Jonathan Britton, to find out how the school is coping with remote learning.
MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, has sung the praises of schools across his constituency – offering his thanks to teachers, teaching assistants, governors, and parents and pupils themselves for their resilience and flexibility during the coronavirus pandemic.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, virtually met Headteacher, Gavin Chappell, and Deputy Headteacher, Edward Vickerman, of Beverley Grammar School to hear how the school has been successful with their online learning provision.
The first lockdown was an important learning experience for Beverley Grammar, and they used the knowledge they gained to plan and put in place the correct measures for welcoming students back last September, and for the subsequent lockdowns.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, virtually met Bishop Burton College’s Chief Executive and Principal of the College, Bill Meredith, and Chair of Governors, Alan Menzies, to hear how they have coped with online learning during the pandemic.
MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, has welcomed the announcement that East Riding Council has benefited from an additional 1,304 laptops and tablets to distribute to pupils requiring support with remote learning while schools have closed their doors to the majority of children.