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  • St Anne's School is first to be fitted renewable energy system

    By Emma_Pearson at 13:51 on 10/01/12
    St Anne's Schooll is one of the first school's in the area to have fitted a renewable energy source.
    St Anne's Community Special School in Welton is one of the first schools in the area to fit a renewable energy system. The East Riding School has gone green by fitting what is known as an air source heat pump into new conventional radiators which will meet all their hot water and heating needs. Natural Green Services Managing Director, Roy Bailey, spoke to Hull Bondholders and said: "We believe St Anne's is among one of the...
  • Busy Bees in Brough taking part in fitness challenge to support Olympic Games.

    By Emma_Pearson at 17:04 on 03/01/12
    The children at Busy Bees Nursery in Brough are fund raising for The Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust.
    Busy Bees Nursery in Brough is launching a new fitness challenge for the children to support the 2012 Olympic Games. The Golden Mile challenge encourages children to keep fit alongside active play with their peers. Every child who attends the nursery will be challenged to complete two, four, six and eventually eight miles of physical activity over this year. In the lead up to the London 2012 Olympic Games, the children will take...
  • Year One pupils from Brough County Primary School perform Christmas Nativity

    By Emma_Pearson at 15:46 on 13/12/11
    Brough County Primary School's Year One pupils performing a traditional nativity to all family and friends.
Permission has been granted by Brough School to use image.
    Pupils at Brough County Primary School took to the stage today to perform a Christmas nativity for all family and friends. With a packed hall full of parents and friends of Brough School, the Year One children presented a wonderful version of a traditional nativity. The story follows Mary and Joseph in their  quest to find a room for the night before baby Jesus is born. Parent, Brenda Edmund whose son played a shepherd...
  • South Hunsley School express concerns over "underachieving" Year 11 pupils

    By Emma_Pearson at 15:06 on 09/12/11
    South Hunsley School's head teacher Chris Abbott has released an email to all parents and guardians over concerns with "underachieving" Year 11 pupils.
    South Hunsley School has written an email to all parents and guardians with regards to Year 11 pupils at the school who they feel are underachieving. "Recent data collections and innumerable reports from staff who teach Year 11 are confirming a complacency and lack of urgency in the year group that is causing us concern," said the email addressed from head teacher, Chris Abbott. Although it does state that the urgent email...
  • East Riding Council reminds parents of closing date for primary school applications

    By Emma_Pearson at 12:29 on 06/12/11
    Just one of the famililes in Brough who was not offered a place at Brough Primary School for one of their children last year. Image by Simon Renilson- taken from ThisisHull.co.uk
    East Riding Council has sent a reminder that the closing date for primary school applications is 13 January 2012. Applications are currently being accepted for children starting primary school for the first time in the 2012/13 academic year. Parents have been reminded that there is pressure on primary school places within our area in particular Brough, Elloughton and Welton and therefore applications do need to be sent on time and...

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