Two moderators spent hours at Beverley Grammar School assessing all 146 portfolios of work. Read more about the award here.
Former Beverley Grammar School pupil Richard Leonard, now in his third year as an undergraduate at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, will be soloist at the forthcoming concert given by Hull Philharmonic Orchestra.
Students from the Brass Group braved cold weather on the last day of the winter term to busk in Beverley town centre for charity. Click to find out how they got on!
A selection of photographs taken at the Carol Service held at Beverley Minster in December 2013 can be viewed by clicking here.
The DVD of the BGS Showcase 2013, filmed, edited and designed entirely by student Jaidon Rymer, is available to purchase from the library for £5 as a memento of the evening.
Over fifty students from years 7 and 8 worked on a project with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the National Centre for Early Music and the University of York back in May. A video of the project has just been released, and can be viewed here.
As the staff band and 50 students filled the school hall with the sound of Fleetwood Mac’s hit Don’t Stop (thinking about tomorrow), our Grand Finale, at 9:30pm on Thursday 11th July, it struck me that this Showcase had passed in significantly more of a blur than usual! Click to read more.
Students went to Bridlington for the annual Battle of the Bands on Monday 8th July. Students competed against a range of schools from East Riding, performing two covers and one original song to the judges and audience. BGS’ entry, Apocalypse, performed Robbie William’s ‘Candy’, their own composition ‘Grammar Blues’ and finally the rocking track, ‘Pumped […]
The Beverley Grammar School annual Showcase takes place on the evening of Thursday 11th July at 7 pm. Tickets are on sale now in the Library priced at £4 for adults, and £2 for concessions. Availability for this one-night-only show is limited, so buy now to avoid disappointment.
59 students have passed their Bronze Arts Award! Students from years 7 and 8 have been completing their portfolios over the last couple of months, and their hard work has paid off!