Our Art Department had a wonderful response from staff, students, parents and local residents to the 2012 Exhibition supporting the work of our talented students.
The first edition of the new, student-led Beverlonian newsletter was very well received, and we’re delighted that the reaction has been so positive! The second edition is now available to download here
The History department at Beverley Grammar School is looking to build up a bank of resources for our local history projects and in doing so build stronger links with the local community and collect a priceless resource and record for future generations.
On Thursday, 3rd November 2011 author Gill Lewis was welcomed to the school. Year 7 students have been studying Gill’s book ‘Sky Hawk’ which tells the story of young osprey in Scotland and their migration to Africa.
It’s been a good term for visitors to Beverley Grammar School. On Tuesday 15th November, England cricketer Paul Collingwood paid a visit to the school grounds to coach the enthusiastic year 10 cricket team. The Beverlonian was there to get an exclusive interview. Beverlonian: When you were a child, did you enjoy sports? Paul Collingwood: […]
In November, England Cricket superstar Paul Collingwood came to Beverley Grammar School to work with the School’s aspiring Year 10 cricketers. The afternoon gave the Year 10 team some important coaching before next years summer cricket. The session was organised by Yorkshire Bank for their lucky competition winner, BGS year 10 student Dominic Judd.
Pride, excitement, commitment, the opening words to an assembly delivered to all years by our new Head teacher, Mr Hodson; words that mean so much to Beverley Grammar School and all those within it, these are the words that epitomise everyday life.
We are pleased to announce that you can download a copy of the brand new Beverlonian newsletter here. We thought that the best people to tell you about what’s been going on at Beverley Grammar School are our students. So we asked them to write it, and that’s what they did!