The season started back in February with a programme of indoor eight a side matches. The team swept away all that came before them, usually in convincing fashion.
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.
On Friday 17 June the Student Council welcomed our Local MP, Sir Greg Knight into school to discuss the EU Referendum, its historical significance and how a democratic country makes decisions.
ERYC have reviewed the process for allocating paid in advance passes, and would like to make you aware of the changes.
I would like to take this opportunity to celebrate with you the hard work, commitment and enthusiasm all our Year 10 students have demonstrated in their recent end of year examinations. They really have done themselves and their year group proud – we all have high hopes for their academic achievements in 2017.
On Monday 20 June Cllr Abraham talked to students about how the Local Authority is funded and where the budget is spent, in particular on areas such as Education.
Headlands School students and staff learned first aid through the Big First Aid Lesson Live, streamed live into schools across the country on 17 June 2016.
Another exciting Headlands School business partnership – as Headlands School teams up with Drewtons of South Cave. Read more here about the business, how it all started and how the business has flourished into a thriving regional employer.
We are writing to inform you about the National Citizen Service (NCS), a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that is available to young people between the ages of 15 (turning 16 by 31 August) and 17, in your area. NCS has become the country’s fastest growing youth movement with over 200,000 graduates to date.