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School to take fewer students

Headlands School’s bid to reduce the number of new students it takes in each year by more than 20% looks set to be approved.

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Theyre learning...honest! The wine appreciation group is one of more than 80 run by the U3A in Bridlington

Learning is not just child’s play...age is no barrier for U3A

You’re never too old to learn, and hundreds of people are proving that in Bridlington on a weekly basis.

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Ready for day two after breakfast on board HMS Belfast

School pupils ‘kip on a ship’ on memorable London trip

A trip to London proved to a group of students from Burlington Junior School that anything is possible.

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Body cameras

UK schools introduce body cameras for teachers

Classroom cameras: Coming to a school near you?

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Bridlington School received the best GCSE improvement scores in Yorkshire. Picture by Paul Atkinson: NBFP PA17604-2b

Bridlington School celebrates best results in Yorkshire

Bridlington School’s GCSE results have seen it being crowned the best performing school inYorkshire, and the top non-academy in the country.

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The council say they don't know when the school will reopen.

When will Bridlington primary school reopen?

A Bridlington primary school will stay closed today because there is no heating.

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Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

Over 40 schools in North and West Yorkshire have been visited by army bomb disposal experts after it was discovered they were storing a potentially hazardous chemical on their premises.

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East Riding is top of the class

The East Riding is top of the class in Yorkshire’s GCSE table for the first time.

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Sarah Pashley

Head to leave ‘amazing’ school

The search is on for a new headteacher at Bridlington School, after Sarah Pashley announced she is moving on.

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Student Katie Bull,  Maureen Yates (community and crime reduction and resilience officer), Tracy Underwood (enrichment officer), student representative Connor-Reece Williamson, Cllr Shaun Horton and student Callum Ledger

New scheme to keep students safe

Students at East Riding College in Bridlington have launched a new initiative to keep them safe and reduce crime on and off campus.

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Members of the Student Council with headteacher Sarah Bone, Andy Levitt and Cllr Jane Evison

Careers information at their fingertips

Students can plot their future at the touch of a button thanks to new careers screens at Headlands School.

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The Headlands School students prepared a three-course meal for 40 guests at East Riding College

Students serve up Christmas feast for guests

If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen – but Headlands School pupils proved they could stay calm under pressure as they served up a three-course meal for parents and staff.

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Burlington Junior School pupils with their winning design

Burlington School’s brush with success in art competition

Thousands of votes were cast online as six Bridlington schools battled to see who had designed the best mural.

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Students wait to be called for their interview

Getting ready for the world of work

Sweaty palms, butterflies in your stomach and a dry mouth which makes it difficult to talk.

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Parents in the North should learn from pushier mums and dads in the South

Parents in the North should learn from pushier mums and dads in the South

Parents in the North of England could learn from pushier mums and dads in the South to help their children achieve the best grades, the children’s tsar has said.

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Cadets, students and guests at Bridlington School

Schools honour the fallen at Remembrance services

Bridlington’s two secondary schools paid their respects to military heroes in moving Remembrance services last Friday.

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The choir will perform at the Spa

Choir to sing to millions on TV

Pupils from a number of Bridlington schools will join together to form a choir as part of the town’s Children In Need celebrations tomorrow.

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Martongate School staff and pupils

The right track for healthier pupils

A lick of paint in a primary school playground will help pupils to lead a healthier lifestyle.

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