On Tuesday 19th December 2017 we opened our doors to local residents with our Senior Citizens’ Christmas Party. Residents were treated to an afternoon of music courtesy of the brass band and Cantarla choir and sang carols whilst being served a sumptuous afternoon tea by Ryedale School students. A member of the community wrote to […]
Mr Butterworth from our maths department had his infamous ponytail ceremoniously cut off and his head shaved in our final assembly on Friday 22nd December 2017. Background Last year I turned 40, which was a sobering thought, and I always had in the back of my mind that at some point I would need to […]
The Save the Children fundraising appeal held on Friday 15th December 2017 raised £572.00. A big thank you to both students and staff for helping to raise such an amount and for the lovely Christmas wear on display. Merry Christmas everyone from all of us at Ryedale School.
Mrs Wilkinson and our kitchen staff served a festive Christmas lunch last week. Thank you to everyone for all their hard work; a delicious lunch was enjoyed by all!
Throughout November and December, all Year 9 Food Preparation and Nutrition students participated in the Great Ryedale Bake Off. Students were given design and planning time, followed by 1 hour to make their sponge and a further hour to decorate their sponges according to their design. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] There have been […]
Please find below our presentation from our third Parents’ Forum information that included an update on the new build, supporting parents with understanding assessment data and an explanation of school performance tables.
On Thursday 30th November 2017 Ryedale School welcomed the Drive Alive team to educate our Year 11 students about road safety. The team consisted of Caron from NYCC and Emily from North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue. Also present were David and Janet Warin, the parents of a 17 year old who died in a car […]
This week in Food Preparation and Nutrition, Year 10 students have learnt to fillet a haddock from scratch. Students will be using the filleted in upcoming lessons to make fishcakes. What a great skill for our students to have.
During November, Ryedale School celebrates International Men’s Day. What is International Men’s Day? International Men’s Day offers a chance to celebrate men and boys in all their diversity and an opportunity to talk openly about issues that men and boys experience. How Can We Celebrate International Men’s Day? Supporting men and boys to talk about […]
On Wednesday 29th November, Year 9 students engaged in a PSHE workshop with staff from the Time2 project focusing on Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE). Students investigated the warning signs and risks surrounding CSE, as well as looking at online safety its link with grooming. Another fantastic workshop delivered by a fantastic organisation here at Ryedale […]
Throughout the last few weeks the School Council’s Culture Committee have been working hard with Mr Hopkins on communications with our cultural link school in Bradford. The committee members have researched British values and created an assembly which they have delivered to students at Ryedale School this week. The assemblies have raised students awareness of […]
Throughout the morning on Tuesday 28th November, all year 7 and year 8 students were involved in workshops with the North Yorkshire Police aimed at educating young people about the importance of online safety. Students learnt how to stay safe online, what not to do online, the laws involving online behaviour and what they can […]
On Tuesday 7th November, some of our Year 8 girls accompanied by Dr Beal and Mr Pullan, enjoyed an afternoon at the Pretty Curious Studio in association with EDF Energy at Harrogate. The girls took part in various studio events, some of which included building a virtual nuclear generator and the construction and programming of […]
In November, Ryedale School collaborated with Beadlam Grange Farm Shop, delivering a butchery masterclass to all Year 10 Food Preparation and Nutrition students. Paddy, Beadlam Grange’s resident butcher, kindly visited the students in school and demonstrated a number of butchery skills including how to stuff a chicken breast, how to make burgers as well as […]
On Friday 17th November, Ryedale School Student Council members organised an array of events across school to raise money for Children In Need. We are pleased to announce that our students raised approx. £1795.00. This is a fantastic achievement. Thank You!