East Riding College are hosting an open air cinema event to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their St Mary’s Walk campus in Bridlington on Friday 6 September. The free community event will show a double bill of Shrek and The Greatest Showman on a giant digital screen on the College’s sports field. The event is open to students, staff, ex-students and Bridlington residents and tickets are free.
Results from the National Student Survey (NSS) published in July put East Riding College in the top 10% of universities and colleges in the UK for its teaching on its higher education (HE) courses. The annual survey also put the College in the top 15% in the UK for overall student satisfaction.
East Riding College’s annual awards ceremony was held last week in the Royal Hall at the Bridlington Spa. The evening saw over 50 recipients recognised for their achievements, dedication and hard work in front of an audience of family, friends and peers. Student winners were nominated by their tutors and ranged from younger students on school-links programmes to adults who were retraining.
East Riding College announced exciting plans for the College today. In a review of its strategic plan the board identified that the opportunity of joining a wider group will deliver many benefits to the region and its coastal and rural communities. Therefore today it is announced that the College plans to join the TEC Partnership.
East Riding College won an Exceptional Employer Engagement Award for our work with the European Social Fund (ESF) Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) project between 2016 and 2019.
Students from East Riding College built an electric car from scratch to compete in the UK’s first electric street race. The group of engineering students built, tested and raced an electric car in the Greenpower Street Race which raced around the streets of Hull on Sunday 28 April.
The search to find East Yorkshire’s best young chef was launched at Elwell’s training restaurant at East Riding College in Beverley this week. Organised by the Hull and East Riding Hospitality Association and now in its thirteenth year, the Copper Saucepan competition seeks to discover the Apprentice Chef of the Year and culminates with a live final in the food theatre at Beverley Food Festival in October.
Staff from Sonoco Trident in Hull spent a week at East Riding College introducing students from the level 3 media and computing courses to 3D design and specialist modelling software. This is the first time the global creative design giant has worked with a college to share their insights into the world of 3D design.
Elwell’s restaurant on Flemingate, which is part of East Riding College, hosted a vegan pop up restaurant on Saturday. The Kiwi Food Company served up delicious Vegan meals to eat in or take away as part of a new venture by Elwell’s to use the restaurant as a pop up venue.
East Riding College is one of seven regional colleges that have received the green light from the Department of Education to work with two local universities to develop the Yorkshire and Humber Institute of Technology (IoT).
East Riding College have hit the top spot in national achievement rates tables published by the Government recently. Achievement rates are one of the strictest measures of student success and show the percentage of students that were awarded their qualifications on completing the academic year.
Headlands School pupils took part in a murder mystery event organised by East Riding College this week. The year 9 pupils were invited to help solve the case of the disappearance of the College’s former principal, in a specially-written immersive theatre experience by specialist group, Murder by Invitation.
East Riding College hosted Bridlington’s biggest jobs fair this week as part of its ongoing St Mary’s Walk 10 year anniversary celebrations. The Bridlington Futures event attracted over 50 employers and over 400 attendees.
East Riding College is seeking new governors to bring a variety of strategic skills and experience to the College. The College’s governing body is particularly looking for new members who have an interest in education and experience working at a strategic level.
East Riding College travel and tourism students organised ‘Pride Fest’ as part of Diversity Month at the College this week.
Level 3 Travel and Tourism students put in the hours to organise the event as part of their enterprise project on the course to raise money for Pride in Hull.
East Riding College helped Carnaby-based Ideal Building Systems Ltd access funding to put 26 of their team through NVQs in Innovative Modern Methods in Construction and Site Carpentry.
East Riding College will be hosting the Bridlington Futures Jobs Fair as part of its 10 year anniversary celebrationson 19 February 2019.
The Bridlington Futures Jobs Fair 2019 is a unique opportunity to speak to local employers and education/apprenticeship providers. Over 40 local businesses will be there to provide information about job roles and training opportunities in Bridlington and the surrounding area.
East Riding College officially opened the doors of its Clinical Skills Centre at its Bridlington campus this week. As part of its open event the College invited partners of the Bridlington Medical, Health & Social Care Academy to help celebrate. Guests were able to explore the mocked-up hospital, GP surgery and home care settings, as well as see simulated patients in action.
Congratulations to Efe Ogbevoen, winner of our Christmas story writing competition. Students of GCSE and Functional Skills English were encouraged to enter a short story writing competiton, choosing one of three Christmas-themed titles. Every story had to include: Alliteration, a simile, a rhetorical question and dialogue. Efe, who studies level one English has shown herself to be a great talent and to have a bright future ahead! Well done to everyone who entered. Read Efe's story...
East Riding College will be open on Friday 23 November 5-8pm to join in the Christmas Light Switch-on and celebrations at Flemingate. There will be lots of Christmas stalls in our atrium as well as different food and drink options. Activities and special offers will be available on the night.
Local business Dovecote Park have been awarded a Princess Royal Training Award for putting employee development first. The firm is celebrating after being commended for their commitment to training and skills excellence by Her Royal Highness
Students from East Riding College in Beverley worked together to create a display to remember the fallen soldiers of World War I and commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War. The installation is entitled We Remember Them and was created by students and staff as a collborative project between the vocational studies, public services and construction curriculum areas.
Former and current students from East Riding College in Bridlington banded together with members of the Gateway Club from Priory View Adult Day Care Centre to create an art installation which is on show at Bridlington Priory as part of Remembrance Day and the marking of the centenary of the First World War.
The installation is entitled Journey’s End after the play by R.C. Sherriff which is set in the trenches towards the end of the First World War.
East Riding College celebrated Colleges Week with a variety of activities to highlight the contribution colleges makes to people’s lives and the local economy. It's all part of the Association of Colleges fair funding campaign #LoveOurColleges. See our thank you message:
The College's Health and Care team, which operate the Bridlington Medical, Health & Care Academy were finalists at the Hull Daily Mail Health & Care Awards, which took place on Thursday 18th October 2018 at Willerby Manor Hotel in Hull. Health and Care tutor Rachel Foot was nominated for her work on the Academy.