Monthly Archives: August 2012

Art Work at Scarborough College

Here is a sample of the GCSE Art work from this year’s cohort at Scarborough College.  No wonder they achieved such outstanding grades!  Head of Art at Scarborough College, Mr Paul Sutcliffe, says: “People have this notion that artists are born and not made, but year after year I see that the vast majority of […]

Happy GCSE Day!

Huge congratulations go to all the Year 11 students at Scarborough College who picked up their GCSE results today.  

Boarding Schools Back in Vogue

A link from the Daily Telegraph Education section, telling us what we already knew, that boarding is back ‘in vogue’, especially with the rise of flexi-boarding  for 16-18 year olds, who use boarding as an opportunity to bridge the gap between home and university life.  Did you know that Scarborough College offers flexi-boarding for students […]

Can any school ever claim to have the “Best Boarding in UK”?

Having just seen an advert for a well-known boarding school in the North of England, a competitor of ours, we are feeling rather bemused by a claim they have made that their boarding is the ‘best’.  Specifically, “Best Boarding in UK, no one else comes close”. The best?  No one comes close!  Certainly not in […]

New Term Reminders

The new school year starts on Monday 3rd September.  Boarders arrive on 1st September. Remember to order uniform from Perry’s Uniform website – boarders can have their uniform delivered to school or the boarding house if they would prefer not to carry it with their luggage.  For all new starters, please remember to read your […]

Les Miserables 2013: the preparations begin… main cast announcement

  Mrs Walsh writes, “Next year we will be putting on Scarborough College’s production of the wonderful West End hit Les Miserables and we are now starting to get organised for this new production. So far we have held auditions for most of the major roles and have seen some wonderful performances. Both Mr Maloney […]

Why Choose IB? A Languages Perspective

With the credibility of A-levels recently being brought into question in the media, there has never been a better time to choose the IB at sixth form level.  Here, Scarborough College’s Modern Languages department discuss the relative merits of studying a language at IB. For the IB everyone has to do a language at one […]

Teacher Feature Miss Sarah Clyde

We chat to Miss Sarah Clyde who teaches Maths and ICT at Scarborough College. This interview featured on our previous blog but we are reproducing it here with huge congratulations to Miss Clyde who recently got engaged. How long have you worked at Scarborough College? I have worked at Scarborough College since September 2007, when […]

Competition winner

Congratulations to Alice Dooley from Beverley who won our Game voucher in the competition at the Driffield Show in July.  It was great to see the weather so sunny for the Driffield and Ryedale Shows this year. The map to the left is one of our maps showing dots of where our competition entrants were from. […]