Over the past 6 weeks Bridlington Squash League coaches have been trailing a youth development scheme at Headlands School, which is now moving to stage 2 for the summer period. The squash courts at Bridlington Leisure Centre have been provisionally booked every Monday between the hours of 10am - 1.30pm beginning 24th July, so further coaching may be offered in groups of 10-12 staggered over this time slot.
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As you will be aware, the GCSE results are published and available for you to collect on Thursday 24 August from the Main School Hall between 10:00am and 11:30am.
Further to our letter dated the 2 February regarding PE kit, we are writing to confirm that the PE Uniform Policy has changed slightly for female students.
On 22nd June some of our Year 12 students attended the Hands on Health event at the Guildhall in Hull.
Election fever hit Headlands School on 8th June just like the rest of the country.
As a result of including Rugby Union in the Girls PE curriculum and free membership of Bridlington Rugby Union Football Club we have seen unprecedented success in the growth of Girls Rugby at key stage three this year.
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.
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.