This year GCSE examinations started earlier than previous years. Many students will be more than half way through their exams by half term, and will have lessons on their timetable for subjects they have already completed examinations in.
Latest News, Letters and Notices
Welcome to the Headlands School news page. We will be posting news, notices and letters home from school and more over the year. Keep up to date with all aspects of our busy school life here.
It’s easy to underestimate the benefits of a healthy diet in the run-up to examinations, particularly in light of the fact that many of the examination for reformed subjects are longer than they were previously.
Students growing increasingly anxious about their GCSEs have been learning how to combat the signs of poor mental health.
On Friday 28 April Headlands School welcomed the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu to talk to the Student Council and also meet students undertaking GCSE Religious Studies at the school.
Further to our recent Uniform Consultation I am writing to inform you of the outcome of the process.
Join us on 6th May for the Tour De Bridlington Family Fun Day!
Another successful Young Musician of the Year competition was organised and hosted by the Year 13 Music class. They organised impartial judges from external companies who were able to view for themselves what wonderful students we have at Headlands School. The winners were Elizabeth Ibbotson, Kira Walker and Tabatha Askew. Congratulations to all who participated.
Sixth Form Parents' Evening
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?