With the acting talents of Year 11’s Jacob Hill and Conor O’Brien as well as considerable musical input from Angus Lamb, Oli England has created an interesting interpretation of the end of the Cold War entitled ‘The Fall’. Using his not inconsiderable ICT skills including special effects and the rather humorous dubbing technique, as well […]
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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.
Year 9 have been looking at modern American history and began by considering how the landscape of the American West influenced the identity and beliefs of the USA. Arguably, the dreamlike features and, in places, desolation alongside areas of great fertility made American settlers believe this was the promised land and they were the “chosen […]
Year 8 have been asked to make a Local History film or presentation about Beverley (or their own village). They were asked to put Beverley into a regional and international context and given links to websites to help them research relevant information. An excellent piece of work by students Harry Burton and Will Maddrell can […]
Congratualtions to Jonathan Young who received a commendation for his painting, ‘Tuning Forks and Strings’, in the 61st Haltemprice Community Art Gallery! More information and images from the exhibition can be found in this previous post, or by selecting Art from the Subject News section at the top of this blog.