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1st XI and U15 Cricket match v Ashille College on Saturday 20 May is CANCELLED due to rain
The final match of the season was the prestigious Staff v Owls game. The staff came out victorious with a 16 -9 win with many of the goals scored by Wayne Adams, utilising his height effectively to receive the ball, though not necessarily controlling his footwork or being consistent in the actually...
Runners form all around Scarborough district gathered for the annual challenge of a run from the Spa to Holbeck Hill. Blue sky and sunshine greeted the 161 runners from Years 5 and 6 as they warmed up on the beach outside the Spa.  With Hi – Viz vest and race numbers issued the children set off on...
Pupils from Year 5 and 6 at Scarborough College have tried to improve their local area by litter picking the paths around the Mere in Scarborough. 18 bags of rubbish were removed and the children were amazed by how much rubbish had been left lying around. The event was organised by four sixth...
The infants had a short trip out to look for signs of Spring and see young lambs at a farm in Seamer. There were lambs everywhere! The oldest was three weeks old and the youngest twins were only a few hours old. We enjoyed handling them - they were so warm and soft. Year 2s found buds on the trees...
On Wednesday 5 April 2017 at 6.00 p.m. the Art Department will host the 2017 IB Visual Arts Show. Once again this will be a great showcase for our most creative students and their work. Four students of the highest calibre will display their work as part of their exam for the International...
Mud, hills and biting cold, a great recipe for Junior School cross country! 16 hardy souls from Bramcote Junior school took on the challenge of the Terrington Cross Country.  Highlights were Lucy Barker finishing in 3rd place in the U11 run despite only being U10, Ben Guthrie finishing 9th in the...
Three Lower Sixth Students; Kai Rose, Emily Wasch and Kate Pinkney travelled to Leeds University for a research day on their chosen Extended Essay subjects which are an integral part of their International Baccalaureate Diploma qualification which they will complete in 2018.  They had the...
The 2017 Primary Prom took place on 26 January, and we were delighted to welcome children from six different schools to join with our own Junior School pupils. The day began with group warm-up activities led by Mrs Leeson and Mr Richardson, with significant help from some older students from the...
As part of our week long celebrations for the Chinese New Year, five of our students from Hong Kong and China visited Lealholm Primary School to give a presentation on the Chinese New Year and the Chinese Culture. Lealholm pupils were shown how to eat with chopsticks, drink green tea and learn some...

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