A Scarborough College Tradition – The Lyke Wake Walk


Bad ideas are wondrous things.  Their origins can be traced in what might have been a good idea […]

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Getting muddy and sun burnt at 2.30 a.m. – The Lyke Wake Walk


For many years, the Lyke Wake Walk has served as a Scarborough College tradition on the Sixth Form […]

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First we had one Science, now we have three! A pupil’s perspective on starting in Year 7


With that big moment approaching, we decided to ask some of our current Year 7 pupils about how […]

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Was Mary I a cruel queen who failed in everything she tried to do?


Ebin, Year 8   Mary I was a Tudor queen, daughter of Henry VIII, who reigned for 5 […]

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The Year Two Mars Landing


“Everyone is always fascinated by space.” With that, the amazing Mrs Eves decided to dedicate her Design and […]

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Mental Health during Lockdown


Hi, I’m Jessie and I’d like to talk to you about something which is really important, especially for […]

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Studying Two Foreign Languages for GCSE


By Mrs Heather Adams As a teacher of both GCSE French and Spanish, a question that my Year […]

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Behind the Bars – Lockdown Music Lessons


Lockdown teaching has caused plenty of headaches across the many different subjects and music is no different.  Neither […]

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London’s Burning – Virtual History Lessons in the Infants school


This term’s history project in Year 2, The Great Fire of London, is just one of many examples […]

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Providing verbal feedback on online work


In this new age of online teaching, members of the English department at Scarborough College have had to […]

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