Did your child get a place at first-choice school?

Three Bridlington primaries were oversubscribed as parents found out this week if their children had been given a place at their first-choice school.

The school wants the cup back so it can be engraved and passed on to the next winner

Search is on for cup

Headlands School is looking to track down the Jefferson Cup, which has been awarded for serives to the lower school since 1993 but has not been returned to school to give to future winners

Bay Primary School closed after receiving an email hoax.

Email threats: New advice to be sent to schools

New guidance will be issued to Bridlington schools after they were targeted by hoax emails.

Humberside Police says the threat is not credible

UPDATE: Police response to hoax emails to schools

Police have said the emails sent to schools in Bridlington is a 'non-credible threat'.
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More hoax emails sent to Bridlington schools

Hoax emails warning of bomb threats have been sent to Bridlington schools for the second time in a month.
Student of the year Alex Barraclough

Exam results put college in top 10% in UK

GCSE maths results at East Riding College are among the best in the country.

Headlands School pupils at the Not in Our Community event at Hessle School.

Headlands report – ‘Not in Our Community’ youth summit

Report by Mellissa Freeman Year 12 pupils at Headlands School.

Members of the successful Encore Theatre: Alfie Grimshaw, Mellissa Freeman, Christopher Dean, Tabitha Askew, Ellie Jenkinson and Megan Neal. Missing from the picture are Edward Golden and Kira Walker.

Headlands School report - Encore Theatre

A new theatre group at Headlands School is celebrating success at the All England Theatre Festival.

Approaching the finish line

Bridlington School pupils walk 500 miles...and then walk 500 more

Bridlington School pupils are clocking up 1,000 miles to allow a new block of classrooms to be built at its partner school in Africa.

The Headlands team will now compete in the Regional Finals following the victory at Wyke College.

Headlands talk the talk at competition

On Tuesday 13 March, Headlands School entered a senior team into the 21st annual Youth Speaks competition which was held at Wyke Sixth Form College, putting in a great performance and coming out as winners.

Robin Tait wrote the original music for Children Are The Future. Picture by Paul Atkinson

30 years on – the search for Brid kids

In 1988, a Bridlington anthem was created which led to hundreds of local schoolchildren appearing on national TV.

The European Computer Driving Licence IT course will take place during the Easter holidays.

Chance to improve and prove IT skills

Bridlington’s Adult Learning Centre is offering residents the chance to improve their IT skills by earning a European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) level 2 certificate.

Bridlington Late winter snow scenes. Pictures by Paul Atkinson: NBFP PA1809-5k Sewerby Park & Hall

Why were schools shut for four days?

Schools have been defending their decisions to stay closed for much of last week as the Beast From The East hit Bridlington with a vengeance.

East Riding College's St Mary's Walk campus in Bridlington.

The East Riding College column with principal and chief executive Mike Welsh

This week is National Apprenticeships Week and in the world of education and training, it is an opportunity to celebrate apprenticeships and how they benefit people, businesses, communities and our economy.

Bridlington School

Did your child get a place at the school they wanted?

Bridlington School is one of six in the East Riding which has filled all the places it has available for next September.


UPDATED: Which schools are closed in Yorkshire today due to the snow?

More snow has fallen across Yorkshire overnight leading to a number of schools in the region being forced to close for the day.
Burlington Junior School

School to be closed tomorrow

Burlington Junior School will be closed tomorrow because of 'a lack of utilities'.

Students learn about plumbing in the workshop

Building up new skills for a career in construction

A brand new Children’s University experience gave pupils from Hilderthorpe Primary School the chance to find out about careers in the construction industry.

Rosco, Annabelle, Thea, Priya, Alfie and Theo with teacher Dawn Faherty.

Outstanding - Ofsted’s verdict on Bridlington Nursery School

Bridlington Nursery School has received glowing praise from Ofsted inspectors who have judged that it continues to be ‘outstanding’.

Staff, students and sixth-formers at Headlands School.

Headlands frustrated by Ofsted report

Headlands School believes it was just a whisker away from being classed as good by Ofsted.

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