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Success on the menu for student Sarah

Scarborough TEC student Sarah Robson has been announced as the winner of Estuary TV’s Reality Bites competition. The contest saw eight students pitted against each other in the kitchens of some of the very best restaurants in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

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Alex Hutchinson impressed the judges with her Scotch egg.

Alex cracks competition with best egg

A huge congratulations to Alex Hutchinson, Year 9, who has won the final of the annual Malton School cookery competition.

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Pupils from St Joseph's School deliver the Yorkshire Tour baton to Pickering Railway Station where it was taken to Whitby via train.

Pupils start cycle baton journey across Yorkshire

Pupils in Pickering helped kick start a cycling baton relay that encourages more young people to take up cycling.

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ScAMPs (Scarborough Accessible Music Project) has earned a place at the Children's University.

ScAMPS receives university recognition

ScAMPS, a unique Scarborough music group, has earned a place at the Children’s University.

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Representatives from Sirius Minerals during the visit to Scarborough Sixth Form College.

Geology in sharp focus thanks to Sirius

A donation from the Sirius Minerals Foundation has enabled Scarborough Sixth Form College to purchase a Leica polarising light microscope for A-Level geology.

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Some of the Scalby School students who staff the successful shop on a daily basis.

Landmark for Scalby School shop run by students

Last week saw the second anniversary of The Scalby School Shop, which sells mainly stationery.

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Terrington Hall's speech and drama students celebrate their outstanding exam results with specialist drama coach Audrie Woodhouse.

Terrington Hall pupils maintain 100% drama pass rate

Drama students at Terrington Hall have achieved an outstanding set of results in their Trinity College Individual Acting Exams.

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Team Erudite (from left): Lara Walker, Mollie Francis, Charlie Haigh, Megan Francis and Macey Burn.

Team Erudite make final of Gimme Five

George Pindar School recently took three teams of Year 8 students to the University of Hull to take part in an exciting competition organised by North Yorkshire Coast Higher Education Collaboration.

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Overdale School Primary School children get a head start from Kebbell Homes.

Kebbell great sports at primary school

Overdale Community Primary School has celebrated a month of sporting activities with a sponsored run a mile. Children at the Eastfield-based school each ran a mile at the school in aid of Sport Relief, with prizes kindly donated by Kebbell Homes.

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Jess Wallace with her certificate after winning the competition.

Jess has her designs on fantastic sculpture

George Pindar School student Jess Wallace has had her great sculpture design brought to life as competition prize.

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Filey CofE Nursery and Infants Academy children during one of the performances of The Silver Swan.

Children shine at Silver Swan opera

Year 2 children at Filey CofE Nursery and Infants Academy have written and performed an opera inspired by Micheal Murpurgo’s The Silver Swan at the Filey Evron Centre.

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Gemma Carabine sells cakes and biscuits to the Year 6 pupils at Northstead School.

Fairtrade party at Northstead School

A Fairtrade Tea Party was recently held at Northstead School.

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Scarborough Tec on Filey road hosts a special evening of food and drink prepared by top local chefs and Tec students. Preparing for guests . pic Richard Ponter 181117b

Star chefs’ tribute to new TEC

Michelin-star chefs returned to their roots to support the official opening of Scarborough TEC, the area’s newest provider of further and higher education, with a spectacular banquet.

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Rebecca Gallantree visits Scarborough College

Scarborough school gets a visit from Olympic star Rebecca Gallantree

Students at Scarborough College received an inspirational visit from an Olympic sportswoman.

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Six of the best as uni expands

Six of the best as uni expands

An expansion of degree and higher apprenticeship courses for students and employees who are turning away from traditional and costly universities has been announced by CU Scarborough, part of the Coventry University Group.

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Michelle Martin (quality assurance manager), Shaun Mancrief (head of facilities management), Cllr Patrick Mulligan, Caron Longden (Soil Association's national development manager food for life), Jenn Smith (training and development officer), June Taylor (technical support manager).

Award on menu thanks to schools’ fresh food ethos

North Yorkshire County Council’s school catering service has been awarded the Soil Association’s prestigious Food for Life silver award.

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Trains have been cancelled

Snow update: Scarborough to York trains cancelled

Trains to and from Scarborough have been cancelled this afternoon due to 'severe weather'.
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The building site at Broughton Manor became an unusual classroom for the Malton Primary School pupils.

Building site visit by school was a first class experience

Pupils from Malton Primary School recently visited Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire’s Broughton Manor site as part of a learning experience.

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UPDATED: Which schools are closed in Yorkshire today due to the snow?

More snow has fallen across Yorkshire overnight leading to a number of schools in the region being forced to close for the day.
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