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.
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.
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.
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.
Further to our recent Uniform Consultation I am writing to inform you of the outcome of the process.
Sixth Form Parents' Evening
We have learnt today that one of our students has been admitted to hospital with suspected meningitis. The meningitis may be due to meningococcal infection.
I am writing to you to inform you of the plans for School Rewards Trips between now and the end of the School year. In response to parent and student feedback we have revised the eligibility criteria for these trips. Thank you for all your suggestions.
I am writing to remind all parents that we have a Year 8 and Year 11 Pathways Evening on Wednesday 25 January 2017 from 6.00pm until 8.00pm.
The afterschool detention system works alongside the Positive Discipline system, not only to encourage good behaviour in school, which in turn creates the ideal learning environment for your child, but also to deliver a clear message to our students that inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated and will be sanctioned accordingly.