Weekly Social Media Roundup – November 2022 (Week 4)

[25 Nov 2022]

Another fantastic week for our students at Bridlington School! Here’s our Weekly Roundup for students and parents who may have missed our updates throughout the week across social media.



Character Card Raffle

The winner of the Character Card Raffle for the last half term was Bethany Colbourne in Year 8 🎉

Bethany received a £50 Amazon voucher for her efforts. Well done to all of our students that were awarded a Character Card this half term!



School Production Announcement

This year’s school production is:
Auditions will take place in January, so keep your eyes peeled for the date!



Bridlington School Memorial Garden

In memory of all our previous staff and students who have lost their lives in both World Wars and other conflicts since then, our Year 12 D of E Gold students have begun work on weeding and re-planting the Memorial Garden at Bridlington School. 🌹
This will be an ongoing project throughout the year, you can take a look through the names on the Memorial Boards just outside the front entrance.



Remembrance Service


Our students paid their respects at our Remembrance Service in School on Friday, it was a pleasure to see such impeccable behaviour and respect demonstrated.


Remembrance Sunday


Our young and old Bridlingtonion standards marched alongside the CCF standard at the cenotaph this Remembrance Sunday.


Prom Fashion Show


We are excited to announce Bridlington School’s first-ever Prom Fashion Show!

All Year 10 and 11 students are invited to join us on Thursday 17th November from 6:30pm until 7:45pm to browse prom suits and dresses.


Anti-Bullying Week

As part of ‘Anti-Bullying week’ this week, Bridlington School are supporting a national police campaign, Operation Sceptre, to tackle knife crime and get as many unused knives out of circulation as possible.
As part of our assemblies we are reinforcing the Police message:

“To those who carry a knife – or those who are thinking of carrying a knife – this does not protect you. It makes you more vulnerable and places you in greater danger of serious harm.”


Stephen Joseph Theatre Visit

Year 10 drama students enjoyed a visit to the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough recently 🎭
Students took part in workshops, networked with industry professionals, and learned from acting tutors from CU Scarborough.



See you next week for the next Weekly Social Media Roundup!