Beverley Grammar School has reinvented the STEM club which focuses on Science, Technology , Engineering and Maths.
BGS is pleased to have reintroduced the Duke of Edinburgh scheme as an extra-curricular opportunity.
The Duke of Edinburgh Award has relaunched at Beverley Grammar School after an extended period of absence.
Jonathan’s story places in top 25. Click to read more.
Read the Creative Writing club’s review of ‘Into That Forest’, by Louis Nowra.
This week, the Creative Writing Club have been looking through the books shortlisted for the Carnegie medal 2013. Our aim is to review each book and then post our reviews on www.ckg.org.uk so that other people can view our opinions on the shortlist. To get more information on the shortlist or to write a review […]
The BGS Creative Writing Group is preparing to enter the 500 word story competition run by Chris Evans on radio 2. The competition is to write a original 500 word story on a theme of your choice. Each story will be sent off and judged by an expert judging panel including: Richard Hammond Jacqueline Wilson Malorie Blackman […]
This week we have been composing poem’s about something which really matters to us. The poems will be entered into a competition, the prizes include: an ipad, Kindles and money Our subjects include: Rugby, Sport, War, Exam Boards, Winter, Nature and bullying If you want to write a poem about something that matters to you, send us […]
We have found a mysterious object which has left us with some questions. Where did it come from? What was its purpose? Who did it belong to? Our team of writers have to venture into the unknown world of their imagination and form a story behind this mystic object.
Despite the weather having been against us for what feels like the entire year, Beverley Grammar School’s first Duke of Edinburgh Award group embarked upon their assessed Bronze expedition last weekend. Click to read more.