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.
Following a four-day ‘Enhanced’ inspection in May, Bishop Burton College was able to maintain its Good rating from Ofsted. A Good overall rating was given to the college, along with Outstanding judgements in both the Personal Development and Adult Learning Programmes categories.
At a ceremony held at the Mercure Hotel, Willerby, the winners of the Women in Business (WIB) Women of Achievement Awards (WOAA) were announced.
In addition to celebrating the achievements of Hull and East Yorkshire’s businesswomen, the WOAA recognizes those who hold leadership roles in their professions, industries, organisations, or charities.
Foundations Live 2022 will take place at a college near Beverley, East Yorkshire this week. This is one of the region’s biggest construction, careers, and trade events.
Bishop Burton College in East Yorkshire will host the event on 20th October, offering contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers the chance to meet and network. There will also be over 70 exhibitors showcasing their training and employment opportunities, products, and services.
Bishop Burton College has played host to hundreds of young riders and their families for a show-stopping Opening Ceremony, to mark the start of the 2022 British Eventing International Youth Championships.
The Youth Championships, which is being held at the college for the second year in a row, sees riders aged under 18 compete in a range of dressage, showjumping and cross country classes from Thursday 4th August to Sunday 7th August. The exclusive Opening Ceremony is a long-standing tradition and highlight of the event.
Only one month remains to nominate the inspirational women in your life for the Women of Achievement Awards, with entries closing on Sunday 31 July.
Organised by not-for-profit networking group Women in Business Hull, the bi-annual awards celebrate the achievements of women who are setting the standard in business, blazing a trail for other women to follow in the workplace or making an outstanding contribution to the community.
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.
Bishop Burton College is pleased to announce they have been awarded the national Quality in Careers Standard for its careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) provision.
The Quality in Careers Standard is a dedicated national quality award and is strongly recommended by the Department of Education to form part of all state-funded further education colleges’ careers strategies.
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.