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

Latest News

  • More sporting success for Headlands School!

    On Wednesday 28 January Mr Herschell-Smith, Mr Hoult and Mr Neild took our basketball team to Longcroft School. It was a fantastic night and a brilliant victory by the Headlands team.

  • Outstanding Hockey Success!!

    Headlands boys will represent Humberside at the North East Semi Finals after beating 5 other schools!

  • Headlands Students Secure Prestigious Place at Oxford University

    Two “high flying” Sixth Form students from Headlands School have secured offers to study at the prestigious University of Oxford.

  • A British Council Partnership Project Grant has been awarded to Headlands.

    A British Council Partnership Project Grant has been awarded to Headlands School to work with Sibelius High School (South Africa) and Milestone College (Zimbabwe).

  • Rustie Lee joined year 9 students today.

    Rustie Lee, the famous TV personality, chef and actress joined Year 9 Food Technology students today and helped to prepare some delicious Caribbean food.

Latest Letters

  • 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.

  • 2015 will be our 50th Year and a good one for Headlands School. Across all year groups, I am proud to say our students have been working tirelessly to make at least good progress in their learning, day in, day out. As a result I have invited OFSTED Inspectors into the school on three occasions since September. I am pleased to report they have confirmed the Action Plans we have in place are robust and will continue to deliver at least good academic results for our students in 2015 and beyond.

  • On Wednesday 10 December in the Main Hall I would like to invite students, parents and carers to attend a Year 10 GCSE Drama Performance with a difference. The theme of the performance is Child Sexual Exploitation or CSE for short.

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