Headteacher's Welcome

My name is Sarah Bone and I have the real honour and privilege of being the Headteacher of Headlands School. We are a large comprehensive school, located in the seaside town of Bridlington in the East Riding of Yorkshire. There are over 1000 students on roll, including over 150 in a thriving Sixth Form College called "The Shores." Read more >

Sarah Bone
Headteacher

Latest News

  • Chartwells is launching a brand new lunch menu for Secondary & Academies after the Easter holiday!

    Chartwells will be launching a brand new lunch offering in Secondary and Academy schools which has been built using student’s feedback. Having been trialled for the past 12 months, we are excited to provide you and your school with a food offering that rivals the high street, which has been incredibly positively received by students and staff alike! Naturally, the menu is fully compliant to the School Food Standards, but takes the humble school lunch to the next level. So what does the new menu look like, and how did we get here?

  • Success in British Schools Gymnastics Milano Team National Finals

    I am writing to congratulate you personally on your school’s outstanding achievement of 10th place in the Under 13 Mixed and 13th place in the Under 19 Girls at the British Schools Gymnastics Milano Team National Finals this weekend in Stoke on Trent. The gymnasts from Headlands School have done exceptionally well to represent the Yorkshire region at the National Finals, and to achieve these placings is an amazing outcome; I am sure it is a proud moment for you, your staff and all of your pupils at Headlands School.

  • Yorkshire Cricket Finalists!

    On Friday 17th March 2017 the under 13 Cricket team of Chloe Dennis, Elliot Hatton, Louis Hart, Ted Traves, Joe Pratley, Toby Ivens-Lee, Shane Tyers and Arnie Tindall travelled to Headingly Stadium, Leeds for the Yorkshire indoor finals.

  • Sibelius School in South Africa Talk About Their Visit

    Students from our partnered school talk fondly about the partnership and their visit to Headlands as part of a radio show in South Africa.

  • Teaching English as a Foreign Language

    As part of the Sixth Form enrichment programme at the end of the Christmas holidays a group of 7 Sixth Form students undertook a 2 day intensive TEFL course. This gives them the ability to teach English abroad should they wish to take a year out or work abroad in the future. They all thoroughly enjoyed the course and passed with flying colours!

Headlands School Tour de Yorkshire

Latest Letters

  • We have learnt today that one of our students has been admitted to hospital with suspected meningitis. The meningitis may be due to meningococcal infection.

  • I am writing to you to inform you of the plans for School Rewards Trips between now and the end of the School year. In response to parent and student feedback we have revised the eligibility criteria for these trips. Thank you for all your suggestions.

Sainsbury's School Games Gold
Tigers Trust
Latus Training
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