BGS will be closed to students on Thursday 30th June due to strike action by the NUT & ATL concerning pensions. You can download a letter with more information here.
BGS celebrated the Royal Wedding on May 3rd.
Dave Thirlwall of the Living History Project at Murton Park, York has been coming to the school for seven years now giving history talks to the lower school. The emphasis is on showing what the past looked like and how tools and weapons worked in the flesh (well not quite!). Several boys get to be […]
The information evening will take place at Beverley High School at 6PM on Thursday June 23rd.
Please return your parental consent forms for the HE Conference on 23rd June. A copy is available to download here.
Containing the latest details on university applications and job opportunities from Mrs Walters. Download it here.
At the end of May, our Year 13 students took part in a (very unofficial!) sports day to provide some much-needed light relief at the start of their study leave. We hope you enjoy the pictures and video highlights!
In May, our A-Level Theatre Studies students performed their plays to a very appreciative audience. The dramatizations ranged from a modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’, filled with intense dialogue and heightened emotion, to George Orwell’s ‘1984’, a powerful play supported by the latest in technological media. We think our Year 12 and Year 13 students […]
Attention Year 13s – the last day to pay for the Yearbook is tomorrow (Friday 27th May), and there is a fun sports event taking place at BGS, Period 4.
Mrs Sikora’s History Year 8 groups have been making models to support short talks they have planned and delivered on the fighting in the First World War particularly in the trenches on the Western Front, although as you can see some boys looked at the war at sea and in the air.