Bishop Burton College is proud to announce the outstanding achievements of its T Level students as they receive their highly anticipated results this week.
The T Level in Health saw an impressive 100% pass rate for Health, with all students earning a Merit. Similarly, in the field of Education and Early Years, all 20 students excelled, achieving a 100% pass rate. Notably, the first-year cohort of Education and Early Years and Health students all successfully passed their inaugural year.
East Riding College is investing £500,000 in manufacturing and engineering machinery to upskill local workers.
Beverley-based TEC Partnership college, which is a member of the group of education providers, has acquired four pieces of specialist equipment for businesses to train their employees in the latest production technology, boosting both worker skills and business efficiency.
Bishop Burton College is excited to announce its first-ever Employer Awards to thank industry partners for the support and opportunities they provide students.
A solar energy-powered technology demonstration will be part of the event, which will be held during National Careers Week. The college will host a panel of employers who support apprenticeships, industry placements, and T Level placements to show other partners how the process works, and the benefits and impact of working with students.
Through the innovative Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) Dual Career initiative, Bishop Burton College is leading the way in supporting talented athletes in education.
TASS Dual Career Accreditation Scheme is officially recognised by Sport England as a means of enabling young athletes to pursue other interests along with their sporting pursuits while gaining qualifications at the same time.
Arco, the UK’s leading safety company, has donated £3,000 to local charity Run With It, an educational support non-profit charity, to help develop literacy and numeracy skills in local young people.
Arco is also encouraging colleagues to involve themselves with volunteering opportunities across all Run With It programmes, including aiding in the delivery of two new ten-week education programmes in Beverley during September, benefitting up to 60 students.
Bishop Burton College student Kieran Woodall is celebrating after being awarded a Diana Award for his services as a Covid vaccination volunteer during the pandemic.
Kieran was nominated for the prestigious award after volunteering over 800 hours in support of the nationwide Covid vaccination programme. This is the most hours volunteered by an under-18 in the country.
Bishop Burton College was delighted to welcome current and prospective students, parents and employer partners for an Education and Childcare T- Level celebration event, to recognise the hard work and achievements of students completing and studying towards the ground-breaking qualification this Summer.
Following on from their successful runway show at York Fashion Week, East Riding College’s fashion students’ creations took to the catwalk again in a triumphant end-of-year show at the College’s Beverley campus.
The Fashion & Design end-of-year show showcased the work of students who study at the newly refurbished fashion studio.
The new Principal of East Riding College has spoken of his pride at taking on the position, and said he’ll be fully focused on ensuring students develop the skills and knowledge required to meet local industry needs.
Danny Metters officially joined the college in June after nine years in various roles at Bishop Burton College.
East Riding College Principal Mike Welsh will retire at the end of May. During over four years in charge Mike oversaw a number of major developments. Most significantly, he led the College through what was described as an exemplary merger with TEC Partnership, securing its long term, sustainable future.
Mike’s tenure has also seen significant increases in student and apprentice numbers as well as the construction of a brand new Institute of Technology at the College’s Flemingate campus.
Students from Bishop Burton College were amongst the jet-set last month thanks to a number of study tours that have seen them enjoying life-changing experiences over 3 continents.
Journeying to Sydney, South Africa and Seville Level 3 Sport, Business, Animal Management and Travel and Tourism students enjoyed a fortnight living, studying and participating in hands-on work experience placements in these far-flung and exotic locations.