Primary school league tables 2017: Yorkshire is worst performing region

Yorkshire is the worst performing region in the country for pupils failing to meet the expected standard by the end of primary school, according to new league tables.

Headlands Year 12 students take part in the Restart a Heart training day.

Lessons delivered on CPR

Year 12 students at Headlands School, and some School Sports Ambassadors, recently took part in the Restart a Heart training day in the main hall.

Headlands Year 10 Engineering and Product Design students take part in the engineering and digital event.

Students have designs on future careers

On Tuesday 14 November a group of 25 Year 10 Engineering and Product Design students attend the East Riding Engineering and Digital event with the aim of highlighting future careers within the relative industries

Headlands pupils take part in Anti-Bullying Week.

Headlands mentors support anti-bullying campaign

Headlands School Peer Mentors were in full swing offering their support for Anti-Bullying week.

Students dress up for the Halloween disco.

Wizard disco marks Halloween

Bridlington School Hall was filled with witches, wizards, ghosts, skeletons and assorted “blood spattered” students on Wednesday for the Lower School Halloween Disco.


Harvest Assembly items donated to Doorstep project

Bridlington School’s Year 7 students held their annual Harvest Assembly on Thursday 19 October.


Open evening hailed a success

Bridlington School was the place to be when it welcomed Year 5 and 6 students from across the town, along with their parents, to the annual open evening.

Bridlington School students enjoy their time at Lightwater Valley.

Students in a spin after good behaviour

Bridlington School’s annual rewards trip to Lightwater Valley took place recently.

Bridlington School headteacher Kate Parker-Randall.

Students making the grade

The Department for Education recently published its provisional league tables.

Hilderthorpe Primary School

More than 40 children affected by norovirus at Bridlington school

Health officials have confirmed the sickness bug which has forced a Bridlington school to close tomorrow is suspected to be norovirus.

Hilderthorpe Primary School

School to close because of sickness bug

A Bridlington primary school will close tomorrow because so many pupils have been affected by a sickness bug.

Six Bridlington School students enjoyed a great trip to Harry Potter Studios.

Rewarding reading with wizard trip

Six lucky Bridlington School students have been treated to the annual trip to Harry Potter Studios in London.

Staff and students from Headlands headed to Leeds for the ceremony

Diana Award double for Headlands School

A scheme which sees students at Headlands School working to solve problems affecting younger pupils has won a prestigious award.

Emily Asquith, who boxes for England, has won a number of titles and gold medals.

Emily boxes clever to claim gold medal success

Headlands School student Emily Asquith has continued to enjoy success on the international boxing stage.

The science summer school students conducted seven experiments as they became CSI detectives.

Sifting through the evidence at CSI summer school

More than 30 Year 5 students from several feeder Primary School attended Headland’s Science Summer School.

Lisa Whitton, East Riding manager of HEY Childrens University, and Vanessa Rowbottom from Lloyd Dowson, with Bay Primary pupils.

Business on board for children’s university

Dozens of children from Bridlington will get a special behind-the-scenes tour of two of Europe’s biggest passenger ferries.

Annette Milner, Caroline Broadhead, and Kimberley Lawton.

Bridlington primary school told to improve

A Bridlington primary school has been told it needs to improve following its recent Ofsted report.
Pictured are just some of the students honoured at Headlands Schools celebration evenings.

School celebrates students’ successes

Headlands School’s annual celebration evenings were again a great success with students, parents and staff all coming together to celebrate the achievements of last year.

John Doris is pictured receiving the Silver Award from the Lord-Lieutenant of the East Riding, Susan Cunliffe-Lister, and Brigadier Oliver Stokes.

Forces award for East Riding College

East Riding College has been recognised for its support of the Armed Forces at a special awards ceremony held as part of the Government’s Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS).

The traditional graduation day photo

Hats off to the graduates at college’s big celebration

There were tales of success and sadness as almost 100 graduates from East Riding College were awarded their degrees at Bridlington Priory

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