All students in Year 7 and Year 8 were treated to a performance by the band ‘EverYoung’ on Thursday 25th October. The London-based band that trained at Sylvia Young’s famous Theatre School performed a selection of covers as well as their new single, ‘Warrior’.
Seventeen students competed for the title of ‘Young Musician of the Year 12’ on Tuesday evening. The competition was split into two age categories, with Junior competitors from years 7 to 9, and Senior competitors from year 10 to sixth form. Click here to find out who won!
During the Olympics cross curricular week in July groups of students worked on one project which required them using research skills and banks of image and music resources to produce a short film on the Olympics.
We are delighted to announce the inclusion of works of art from our students in the 62nd Haltemprice Art & Craft Exhibition. The event is running at the moment at the Civic Hall in Cottingham until Monday 22nd October.
Click to download the document pack given out on the evening.
At the end of the Summer Term, Beverley Grammar School held a special Olympic Week for our students. Watch an Olympic film created entirely by our students.
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.
47 students and 6 staff (Mr Webb, Mr Gibson, Mrs Gosling, Mrs Harvey, Mr Parish and Mr Elvidge) set off from Morrisons Car Park at the unearthly hour of 2.15 am. Marvellous! We arrived at Liverpool Airport at 5.00 am and flew at 7.25 am. We landed at Geneva Airport and had a very pleasant 138 mile drive to Sauze D’Ouxl.
On the 19th April, Zigi Shipper spoke to Year 9 and 6th Form students in an event organised by the History department and the Holocaust Educational Trust. Watch an extract from his testimony here.
On Thursday 19th April, students from Beverley Grammar School will hear testimony from Holocaust survivor, Zigi Shipper, as part of a visit organised by Mr Morgan, Head of History at BGS, and the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).