Parents and carers of Year 6 children in East Riding will find out in September which secondary school their children will attend.
A total of 3,584 applications were submitted to East Riding of Yorkshire Council, most of which were made online – an increase of 3.2% from last year – and 3,441 places were offered to students according to their first preference.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, met Careers Leaders from across his constituency to discuss how Careers Hubs are being used to improve the quality of guidance that students are given in local schools.
Careers Hubs were first developed in 2018 and Yorkshire and the Humber was one of the first regions where these were located.
The Headteacher and Chair of Governors of Beverley Grammar School are thrilled to announce that the school has been awarded Outstanding in all areas in their recent Ofsted inspection.
The section 5 inspection took place over two days at the end of September and the team of four inspectors looked at all areas of school life, from the quality of education and behaviour and attitudes to leadership and management, which included talking to many students and staff.
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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 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.
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More than 95% of Year 6 children resident in the East Riding have been awarded places for the school named by their parents/carers as their first preference in the 2020/21 secondary school admissions round.
Letters to parents/carers informing them of the outcome of their applications for secondary school places in September 2020, are being sent out today, Monday 2nd March. This is known as ‘National Offer Day’ and is the date that all local authorities in England send the results of applications to parents/carers.
Beverley Grammar School has been recognised nationally for its excellent results in 2018 based on data from the Department for Education and Ofsted, analysed by SSAT, the Schools, Students and Teachers network.
Beverley Grammar School was found to be among the best performing secondary schools in the country, receiving an award for being in the top 20% of non-selective schools nationally for attainment.