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Boarders on ice!

On Sunday 5th October, 24 of us went on the boarder’s ice skating trip to Hull. We set off straight after lunch and the journey went pretty smoothly apart from a few hiccups with the sat-nav and the bumpy, windy road taking their toll on one of the boarders. Anyway, roll on to 2:15, we […]

Welcome Back

As all the boarders have returned after the half term holidays and we are into the final 5 weeks, which are going to flyby. We have many boarders trips left this term from the Stream train to Flamingo land, to Sports on the beach and of course the end of year BBQ. So watch this […]

SO LONG FAREWELL ….. AND CONGRATULATIONS!

In the girls house tonight we are losing four of our upper 6 and one of our year 11’s. Thank you for the pass year girls, enjoy you presents on the cold winter nights and think of us.   But also cake and extra presents for two of our leaves who’s birthdays we will be […]

Castle Howard

Castle Howard is one of the greatest castles I have seen, the green grass, all around it, its majestic features, the history behind it, the misfortunes around it, is just magnificent. As boarders we took a trip to Castle Howard, and we were shown England’s capability of building, such a classy, and historical castle, that […]

Blog under review…….please bear with us

We are currently reviewing our Blog site…… we are also launching a new website soon at scarboroughcollege.co.uk and this will become our dedicated Boarding Blog! Please come back and visit us soon.

Bedtime rules: Why your child needs more sleep

Do you get enough sleep in this busy world we live in?  More importantly does your child?  Are they stressed, depressed, lacking in concentration? We all put so much emphasis on working hard at school, achieving great marks and exam results and don’t forget to play hard too, but what about getting plenty of rest […]

Day 4 of the Rome Trip… Spanish Steps here we come

Day 4. Wednesday 20th February Another sunny day in Rome and we headed out on foot to the strange museum and crypt of the Capuchin monks. The museum was fascinating – my favourite exhibit being a 16th century book of Herbology – but I found the crypt itself terrifying. It seemed to consist of a […]

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. […]