Bridlington School opens its doors to future pupils and parents

At Bridlington School's open evening, Ellena Gall, 12, Daisy Tomlinson, 14, and Sophie Wilkins, 13, make biscuits.

At Bridlington School's open evening, Ellena Gall, 12, Daisy Tomlinson, 14, and Sophie Wilkins, 13, make biscuits.

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BRIDLINGTON School opened its doors last week to help prospective pupils and their parents make the important decision about which secondary school to choose.

The evening was well attended, with standing room only in the school hall for the headteacher’s introduction and every department open for children and parents to browse - with lots of activities going on to give visitors a flavour of life at Bridlington School.

Staff and students were also on hand to discuss the education on offer and answer any questions from parents and youngsters.

Headteacher, Sarah Pashley, said “We are very proud of our school. It is always a great pleasure to be able to share our achievements and successes with other people and discuss with them the opportunities Bridlington School can offer them.

“We had a fantastic response from Year 6 students and their parents and I received lots of very positive comments about the school, in particular about how friendly and helpful the staff are, how enthusiastic our students are about their experiences here and what a ‘happy’ atmosphere there is in the school.

“We have had so much interest in the school this year that we have had to put on an additional session for people who were unable to attend last night.”

If there are any other parents/carers and students who would like to visit the school, either for an initial visit or to as a follow-up to the open evening, contact the school office on 672593 to make an appointment.