The children had a fantastic time at Beverley High School on 17 October taking part in a dodgeball tournament. We took four teams and were overall winners. Miss McIntyre and Mr Barnes were really proud of how the children played.

Cross Country HSLC

Well done to the 47 pupils who took part in the cross country at Hornsea on Wednesday afternoon.

Everyone did amazingly well and Mr Barnes and Miss McIntyre were very proud.  Well done to Joshua, Ted, and Grace who came in the top three in their race.

Sports Week

Inspire week has been a great success! It has been both enjoyable and challenging!

Bowls, cross-fit, orienteering, golf, football, dance and health related activities are just some of the activities that have been enjoyed by us all.

Thank you to everyone who was able to join us and support the children at our sports afternoon yesterday. A big thank you to all the staff for their hard work and to our Sports Leaders who led by example and worked particularly hard yesterday afternoon!

Tigers Trust Football

We attended the tournament at Cottingham Westfield and had a great time playing and winner overall all the games we were involved in. Well done to everyone who played with such enthusiasm and teamwork. Miss McIntyre and Mrs Campey were very proud of the children.

Netball team

Our netball league team have now played all of their matches. They won all but one of them with some very convincing wins.

We had a very difficult game against Leven but they dug deep, found an inner strength and won by one goal. They showed great skill, determination and sportsmanship throughout the games and Mrs Campey & Mrs Brompton were extremely proud of them all. They were treated to an ice pop after netball club for all they had achieved.

“This is the best club EVER”, said K

Netball Practice


The netball team have had a great start to the season winning their first three fixtures in very windy weather. Mrs Brompton and Mrs Campey said the standard has been high and our pupils have met the challenge with determination. The team narrowly missed out on first place in a recent fixture but are out again after the Easter break.