How did your child’s school fare in tables?

Almost half of Scarborough’s primary schools have fallen well below the average for progress in reading, writing or maths, figures reveal.

The cast of It's A Party!

Nativity party at Helmsley School

Helmsley Primary School held a successful Nativity Play last week.

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Primary school league tables 2017: Yorkshire is worst performing region

Yorkshire is the worst performing region in the country for pupils failing to meet the expected standard by the end of primary school, according to new league tables.

Scarborough UTC students were exposed to all aspects of engineering within the Royal Navy.

Students get a taste of life in the navy

Scarborough UTC students recently visited the Royal Navy’s engineering facilities in and around Portsmouth.

The junior school is closed

Scarborough school closed following flooding

Part of Barrowcliff School is closed today due to flooding
Pupils give CPR to life-like training manikins.

Hackness pupils learn lifesaving skills

Schoolchildren from Hackness Primary CofE School have been trained in crucial lifesaving skills as part of a national attempt to set a record for the most people simultaneously learning resuscitation skills. The event was part of a Guinness book of records national challenge celebrating the Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s 50th anniversary.

The Department of Education's provisional data on GCSE results has been released.

The best and worst schools in Scarborough for GCSE results

Scarborough secondary schools appear at both ends of the performance tables based on this year’s GCSE results.

The Scarborough Spa plays host to the annual Engineering week dinner . pic Richard Ponter 174921

Business world celebrates engineering showcase

The area’s biggest employer-led event designed to show young people how science, technology, engineering and mathematics are so important, attracted 3,000 students.

Engineering Week 2017 at The Scarbough Spa. Eskdale school pupils visit the UTC Stand . Staff Karen Jones, pupil Ellie Cayley , exhibiter Andrej Lieskovsky ,Principle Tim Inglefield , pupil Jayce Thomas . pic Richard Ponter 174907d

Students set their sights on tomorrow’s world

Thousands of pupils packed the Scarborough Spa this week as the Grand Hall displayed tomorrow’s world.

Lindheads reception class with teacher Mrs Creaser and assistants Mrs Barker and Mrs Curran

Lindhead School’s new starters

Pictured above are the new starters at Lindhead School, Burniston.

The Butterfly School Literacy Project is an accelerated reading club for children of all abilities.

New teacher needed at Butterfly School

A project that helps children improve their reading is appealing for new teachers.

Artists to create a new French connection with twin town

Artists to create a new French connection with twin town

Four French artists are linking Scarborough and France in a major and wide-ranging exhibition.

Scarborough Spa. Engineering week.Alice Cullen,Ethan Warburton,Rosa Wagner with Robin Stevens of Forum Subsea technologies. pic Richard Ponter 144205a

‘Fabulous’ event set to reach tally of attracting 26,000 students

A virtual reality Usain Bolt race challenge, robots and hands-on space-age technology will help to push student visitor numbers at a Scarborough engineering exhibition to 26,000 next month.

Graham School

Scarborough school searched following suspicious email

Graham School in Scarborough was searched by police yesterday after a suspicious email was received.

Three Scarborough schools have received their damning Ofsted reports.

Ofsted issues heavy criticism to Scarborough schools

Ofsted education inspectors have issued new, damning reports of three Scarborough schools.

Former Scarborough TEC student Kyle May is now taking on apprentices from the college.

Chance to build a lasting career at TEC college

Ever thought about building a career in brickwork or one of the construction trades?

A hug of joy between Jasmine Roper and Alex Kirby at Scalby School.

GCSE success for Scarborough students

The wait is finally over for hundreds of students across Scarborough and Ryedale as they opened their envelopes to discover their GCSE grades.
Juliana Kalniana, A*, Yusuf Khan, 9A*, Hansa Khan, 8A*, Iqra Hussain, 9A*, Arman Khan, 9A* and Alex Funk 9A* looking at their results at Dixons Trinity Academy, Bradford. Picture Bruce Rollinson

GCSEs 2017: The results are in, so what should you do now? The advice you need to know...

Whether the results were good or bad, the question of what to do next is one on the lips of thousands of pupils this morning as they look to life after GCSEs.
GCSE pass rates have fallen this year across the UK overall.

GCSEs 2017: UK pass rates fall as major exams shake-up causes controversy

Around 50,000 English and maths GCSEs were awarded the new highest grade this summer, as the impact of the biggest shake-up of exams for a generation began to be felt.

Pupils have today received their GCSE results.

GCSEs 2017: Your guide to Yorkshire's results

Thousands of students from across Yorkshire will today find out their GCSE results and start the process of looking for a job or further education.
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