Grindale student lands scholarship

A student from the Bridlington area has landed a scholarship at one of the UK’s top universities.

The Harland House students celebrate

Hats off to students on graduation day

A dozen students from Bridlington School have graduated from Hull’s Children’s University.

Richard Markwell with Bridlington School headteacher Kate Parker-Randall in the library where he studed half a century ago

Business boss passes on a world of experience

He has visited 100 countries, met Tony Blair, Theresa May and Vladimir Putin, and managed to get his musical hero to play at his 60th birthday party.

Headteacher Kate Parker-Randall and pupils celebrate the Ofsted report

School delighted after a ‘fantastic’ report

Ofsted inspectors have said Bridlington School continues to be ‘good’ in all four areas it was tested in. It received positive scores in pupils’ achievements, quality of teaching, beahviour of students and leaderships and management following an inspection in June.


Bugsy: ‘A massive success – Jodie would have been proud’

They promised it would be their best show ever – and Bridlington School students delivered.

Example of an East Riding of Yorkshire Council school bus pass.

Parents urged to apply for bus passes

Parents in the Bridlington area are being urged to apply early for school transport passes – to increase their chances of securing a seat for their child.

Twenty four students from Y7, Y8 abnd Y9 delivered speeches to a packed audience of family and friends.

Students showcase super speaker skills

On Friday 23 June, Bridlington School celebrated the fabulous public speaking skills of its students with the first ‘Bridlington School Speaks’ competition.

On the train down to London.

Taking a tour of Westminster

I was invited, along with 17 other young people from across England, to visit the Houses of Parliament to meet MPs.

Former music teacher Jodie Cappleman.

Pledge to make Bugsy the best school play ever

When a hugely popular music teacher Jodie Cappleman sadly passed away earlier this year, Bridlington School colleagues and pupils made a pledge at her funeral that the show must go on, now staff and students are vowing to make the show the best the school has ever staged.

The Bin It! roadshow at Headlands School.

Bin It! show tackles littering problem

The Bin It! 2017 roadshow visited Headlands – and the whole of year 7 and 8 took part.

Mr Lamberton said he knew his sons wouldn't wear their hats or sun cream if they weren't with him.

Small schools across rural Yorkshire at risk from funding crisis

A funding crisis gripping schools across rural Yorkshire has led to grave fears that countryside communities will witness a succession of closures as financial deficits spiral and pupil numbers dramatically reduce.

The Archbishop of York during his visit to Headlands School.

Archbishop talks to student council

Headlands School recently welcomed the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, to talk to the Student Council and also meet students undertaking GCSE Religious Studies at the school.

Headlands pupils develop their skills with some help from the Robert Fuller Gallery at the Bridlington Spa.

GCSE students shine at ArtWaves

ArtWaves is a visual art festival celebrating the life and colour of East Yorkshire showcasing traditional art forms with digital, contemporary and urban art.

Pupils select their favourite party during the election day vote.

Conservatives elected in school vote

Election fever hit Headlands School on Thursday 8 June, just like the rest of the country.

The East Riding College at St Marys Walk, Bridlington.

East Riding College looks for governor

East Riding College, which has a campus in Bridlington, is currently seeking a new governor to join its board.

Bugsy Malone will be held at The Spa next month

‘We’ll make this our best show ever – for Jodie’

When a hugely popular music teacher at Bridlington School died earlier this year, colleagues and pupils made a pledge at her funeral that the show must go on.

Ready to set off

Theme park fun day for youngsters

Pupils from Hilderthorpe School headed to Lightwater Valley theme park today as part of the Rotary Kids Out Day.

How many parents at your child's school have been fined?

Term-time holidays – how many fines has each school issued?

It is a dilemma for parents – should you take your children out of school for a family holiday during term-time?

Gridlock outside Hilderthorpe School

School run is ‘a nightmare’

Why do drivers think it is OK to ignore the road markings around schools at the start and end of the day?

Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party, on the campaign trail in Beaumont Park, Huddersfield. (Photo: James Hardisty)

Labour's plan to boost school budgets gets Yorkshire support, according to survey

Labour's plans to increase education spending and stop hospital closures have found favour among voters in Yorkshire and the Humber.
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