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14 hours ago

Headlands School

Farewell Mr Levitt. Thank you on behalf of the thousands of students you have taught and helped into careers during your 41 years in education. Legend. #teamheadlands ... See MoreSee Less

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16 hours ago

Headlands School

Maths students having end of term fun testing how “beautiful” they are with the golden ratio! #teamheadlands ... See MoreSee Less

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20 hours ago

Headlands School

Another great opportunity for our student - Mr Boulton: Arrival at Croft circuit the students became instantly excited as they found themselves wheeling the electric race car into a vacant part of one of Croft’s official pit stop garages. They joined other schools and the apprentices of a multi-million pound company who were very keen to discuss their car with our students. The students already picking up hints and tips whilst developing their STEM knowledge. There was an immense buzz around the garage with over 30 competitors and cars preparing and making final adjustments to their cars. Following a drivers briefing the first practice session took place with each of our five drivers getting a few sighting laps in. A battery change before the first race and the cars left the pit lane to assemble on the grid. The main race track starting lights were used to start the race. Three categories of car took off, notably the top class of self-built cars clearly excelled , almost double the average speed of our kit car. Toby Gee became unaware of their potential as he inadvertently run one of the higher class cars off the track, receiving a warning to the team on driver conduct. Toby was not phased by this and after some adjustments to the car showed an excellent pace during the final stages of race 1 and 2. Archie Murton and Edward Pithers were key to the pits tops, meeting the car at pit entry, bringing it an and assisting with the driver change over as time on track was vital (as well as both proving to be exceptional drivers themselves). Harry Guy had already proved himself during after school testing sessions as an experienced driver. Along with Charlie Keogh they both made a sustained progress throughout the races to ensure a smooth run with maximum speed and distance. The results were impressive for a car that had only seen minor modifications from its original kit car specification. Formula-e or F1 stars of the future – well done! #teamheadlands ... See MoreSee Less

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  • Headlands School
  • Sewerby Road
  • Bridlington
  • Y016 6UR
  • Headlands School
  • Sewerby Road
  • Bridlington
  • Y016 6UR