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Cameron makes his mark on the Enduro racing scene

Richmond School

  • 13 March 2020
  • Number of views: 56
Cameron makes his mark on the Enduro racing scene

With the North Yorkshire Youth Enduro-racing championship firmly under his belt, a talented motorcyclist is making his mark on the senior Enduro-racing scene.  Cameron Baker Haste, a Year 10 student at Richmond School and Sixth Form College, has clocked up a string of competition successes across the country and is rapidly becoming a name to look out for as his off-road riding skills are placing him among the top riders of his age group nationally.

Students aim high with their apprenticeships

Richmond School

  • 13 March 2020
  • Number of views: 53
Students aim high with their apprenticeships

Four students are proud to have been shortlisted for apprenticeships, which will see them working at heights and learning key skills in health and safety, as they aim towards a career in scaffolding and safety solutions.

LEP News - March 2020

Local Enterprise Partnership

  • 6 March 2020
  • Number of views: 61
LEP News - March 2020

As the rivers lower and the sun makes an appearance once more, we welcome you to our March 2020 roundup of LEP news - the final edition before we relaunch on April 1st 2020 as York & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership. This month we had a lot to celebrate across our teams as we work towards finalising our Local Industrial Strategy and announcing details of our Annual Conference which takes place on Friday 26th June 2020.

Amazing donations boost musical opportunities

Richmond School

  • 6 March 2020
  • Number of views: 60
Amazing donations boost musical opportunities

Staff and students are celebrating after receiving a fabulous windfall in the shape of numerous instruments to boost the musical opportunities at school. Thanks to the Army and the School’s Trustees, the Music department has been swelled with a fabulous range of instruments.

Catterick WAGS Choir inspires ‘Military Wives’ Blockbuster

British blockbuster to hit the big screen

  • 3 March 2020
  • Number of views: 98
Catterick WAGS Choir inspires ‘Military Wives’ Blockbuster

The Military WAGS Choir in Catterick is the inspiration behind the latest British blockbuster to hit the big screen. Starring Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Hogan, ‘Military Wives’, is directed by Peter Cattaneo , of multi-award-winning ‘Full Monty’ fame, and is based on the true story of how Catterick’s WAGS’ Choir was born during the Afghanistan conflict and went on to become the phenomenon it is today.

Richmond School hosts new Panathlon Xtend event

Richmond School. Mowbray School & The Dales SChool

  • 3 March 2020
  • Number of views: 85
Richmond School hosts new Panathlon Xtend event

Students from Mowbray School were delighted to be crowned gold medallists of the inaugural Panathlon Xtend event, hosted at Richmond School and Sixth Form College.  Four teams, from The Dales School and Mowbray School, took part in this new mini-paralympics-style competition which is designed for Key Stage 3 children, bridging the gap between the Primary and older Secondary children’s events.

Northern star is a great role model to young dancers

Richmond School

  • 3 March 2020
  • Number of views: 57
Northern star is a great role model to young dancers

A talented dancer, who mentors and inspires younger students, has secured a place at the Northern Ballet School in Manchester.  Eva Midgley, a Year 13 student at Richmond Sixth Form College, is passionate about dance and her multiple exam successes and teaching qualifications have led her to inspire hundreds of other students and pursue her childhood dream of being a dancer.

BBC Radio 4 invites student to high-profile interview about the new Chancellor

Richmond School

  • 20 February 2020
  • Number of views: 75
BBC Radio 4 invites student to high-profile interview about the new Chancellor

A student has contributed to 'Profile,  a leading BBC Radio 4 programme which gives an insight into the character of an influential figure making news headlines. George Whyatt, a Year 10 student at Richmond School and Sixth Form College, was invited to talk to the BBC about a podcast he, and fellow student George Harris,  recorded with Rishi Sunak ,  MP for Richmond (Yorks), who was recently appointed as  Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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