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

  • Fighting for Fairer Funding for Our Schools

    A group called f40 are campaigning to get fairer funding in our schools. They believe that the way the government funds schools is a mess. As a result, schools around the country that are similar can get very different budgets and children with the same needs can receive very different levels of financial help depending on where they go to school. It’s another postcode lottery!

  • Yorkshire Schools North and East Yorkshire Golf Champion!

    Yorkshire Schools North and East Yorkshire Girls Golf Champion - our very own Year 11 Georgina Hirst. Amazing news!

  • More Outstanding Fundraising

    Headlands Sixth Form have yet again done a fantastic job at raising money for charity - this time with a fashion show at M&Co in Bridlington. It was a great night and there was a good turn out. More information to come, including how much was raised.

  • Headlands School Are Humberside Champions

    On Thursday 26th March Ryan Hagan, Reece ‘’glue hands’’ Nestor, Bailey Alves, Ben Flowerdew, Louie Miller and Olly Brown travelled the long journey to Scunthorpe to compete in the year 9/10 Humberside Dodgeball finals. They represented the East Riding along with Wolfreton School against Schools from Hull, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire.

  • Tour De Bridlington Details

    In conjunction with the Tour De Yorkshire we have organised a charity bike ride around the Bridlington area to raise money for local charities & clubs. So far we have over 40 staff, parents and Governors taking part! Poster and sponsorship form can be found here to download.

Latest Letters

  • Red Nose Day is on Friday 13 March. We always like to take part in charity events like this, and this year we have decided to do things slightly differently.

  • As we approach the end of the first half-term of 2015 I felt it was an appropriate time to update you on recent developments at Headlands School.

  • The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2012 and provides additional funding for schools to allocate additional resources to support learning and raise standards of achievement. Per child it is worth £935 to our school. The total money available is based on the number of children registered for a Free School Meal.

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