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Bridlington School Sports College
Bessingby Road, YO16 4QU, UK Bridlington
+44 (0)1262 672593

Bridlington School Logo

Welcome to Bridlington School Sports College
Bridlington School Sports College is in the process of transforming itself into a very fine school. We emerged from special measures on 1st March 2007 after two years of sustained effort. Significant improvements in teaching and learning are now having an impact on student progress and we anticipate a step change in exam performance in the summer.

Whilst I would not wish special measures on any school, the focus on the quality of teaching and learning it brought with it has been a force for good across the school, driving improvements which have been extensive and impressive.

We have reached a point where a proud tradition of successful teaching and learning at the school can once again be realised. The school has a purposeful feel to it, our student body is a vast reservoir of untapped potential and our staff have developed wide ranging expertise the envy of colleagues elsewhere. The school has a renewed sense of purpose, facing the future with confidence, sure of itself and its strengths and the contribution it can make to the lives of the students and families it serves.

We aim to provide an education that will maximum achievement for every student both within the timetabled curriculum and beyond. Our extra-curricular activities provide extensive opportunities, particularly in sport and music. Our Combined Cadet Force is unique, engaging over 120 students in purposeful structured activities every week.

Our Pastoral Care provision is designed to ensure that every student has at least one adult they can confide in, whilst monitoring, supporting and guiding their progress. Our curriculum programme provides a range of appropriate pathways for different interests, aptitudes and abilities.

Post sixteen provision is a growing strength of the school and offers students a wide range of courses and opportunities. Sixth Form students work well with other students, particularly with Year 7 and their reading and with Year 11 as mentors.

Specialist Status as a Sports College has had a significant impact on the life of the school, with benefits to results, the quality of teaching and staff professional development and it makes a major contribution to the extra-curricular and community life of the school.

I hope our website is interesting and informative. It is intended to provide a flavour of what our school is like. If you are interested in us, either as a parent, student or prospective staff member and you would like further information we would be pleased to hear from you. If you would like to visit the school, do telephone for an appointment.
Headteacher - Mr John Wilson


School Vision Statement

Our school is an inclusive community where people love learning, are happy and confident, are excited by achievement and recognised for success.

Our values are centred on respect;
for ourselves
for each other
for the environment and
on trusting relationships.

We try to ensure that everything we do is based on our values and have the ambition that every member of the community is inspired by our vision.

Our Aims

The school aims to:-

• Create a caring environment.

• Establish a partnership with parents.

• Foster equal opportunities, recognising differing needs and abilities.

• Promote skills, knowledge and talents.

• Develop responsibility and initiative.

• Emphasise traditional values and high standards.

Underlying Core Purpose

Every student is an individual with specific needs. Staff therefore need to know as much as possible about each student in order to provide the curriculum, teaching and support that they need to make progress.

Every Child Matters

At Bridlington School Sports College, we support the Every Child Matters agenda; we care about every individual and we SHAPE the future of all our students so they are:

S afe
H ealthy and happy
A chieving
P ositive, and making a contribution
E njoying life and with economic well being

We support every student and ensure that he or she:

• is a member of a Tutor Group led by a Form Tutor who is the first point of contact for both student and parent. Form Tutors move with their groups throughout the school years.

• has a range of subject teachers who carefully monitor their personal, academic and social achievements.

• is known by a Learning Coordinator, Pastoral Manager and by Directors of Learning who are available to both students and their parents.

• is encouraged to take part in visits, trips, sports, drama, music and social events.

• is given specialist advice when making important decisions such as Careers, Option Choices or thinking of Post 16 opportunities.

• has additional support when it is needed in order that they make the best possible progress.


Welcome to our Sixth Form at Bridlington School Sports College where we provide a variety and wide range of courses that are suited to everyone's specific tastes and needs.

Our Sixth Form provides efficient and up-to-date facilities that help students with their studies and enables them to do research for their courses.

We also make sure that there is a friendly and relaxed atmosphere in our Sixth Form, with good relations between students and teachers to achieve a successful and happy learning environment.

Post -16 Courses

You will find in the document below details of all the courses that we offer to Sixth Form students.

Prospectus 2007 to 2008 pdf format.pdf - 577.5KB
Our Sixth Form Courses from September 2007


• ‘There is a good range of extra clubs and activities, particularly in sport and performing arts.’
• ‘Activities offered to pupils beyond the school day, such as sports activities and the CCF initiative, are good and enhance learning well.’
• ‘The extensive range of extra-curricular activities provides well for those pupils who are gifted or talented in physical education.’
• ‘Provision for out of school activities is good. Sport features prominently and a very wide range of sporting activities is offered, much to the appreciation and pleasure of the pupils.’
• ‘There is a good range of out of school activities which enhance the learning experiences of students.’
• ‘A good range of enrichment opportunities enhances the sixth form curriculum.’
• ‘Parents value the school’s traditions, its success in sport, activities such as the ‘Rock Challenge’ and local festivals.’
• ‘Standards in extra curricular sport are often high, reflected in the success of talented pupils in district, county and regional competitions in a range of sports.’
• ‘An extensive extra-curricular programme provides very good opportunities for all pupils, especially the talented, to excel.’

Students are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities leading to Community clubs and venues where possible. National Leadership programmes exist at every Key Stage, allowing students to take responsibility for their own learning and organisation and activities for others, including the Primary Schools.

The school offers recreational, inter tutor and competitive opportunities up to a National level. There are mentoring schemes for more able performers. Sports activities include Trampolining, Gymnastics, Sailing, Climbing, all forms of team games, racket sports and Athletics.

Post 16 and Key Stage 4 students are encouraged to take additional National Governing Body Awards and the Community Sports Leader Award.

Other extra curricular activities include Dance, Maths, ICT, Homework club, Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme, Connexions Careers, Art, Engineering, Science, English, Modern Foreign Languages, School Productions, Design and Technology. Activities are well attended and new programmes are introduced every term.


Year 7 to 11


Navy or black skirt (knee length) or trousers


Dark grey or black trousers


Navy (Years 7-9) or maroon (Years 10 and 11) sweatshirt with school badge.
White polo shirt with school badge.
Low heeled, plain black shoes (not training shoes).
A sensible outdoor coat.

Students are not allowed to wear jewellery, but one 'stud' per ear is acceptable for those with pierced ears. Clothing should be clearly marked with the student's name. Hair should be clean and well kept, extreme styles are not acceptable.
Girls and Boys PE


Navy polo shirt with collar
Navy blue shorts (not cycling)
Long red socks + short red socks
Appropriate footwear


Red sweatshirt
Navy track suit bottoms
Navy leggings (girls)
Navy/Red leotard (girls)
Gym skirt (girls)
Football/Hockey boots
Gum shield/Shin pads/Bum bag
Year 12/13

Sixth Form students are role models for younger students and their standard of dress and their conduct should reflect the high status of their position. It is expected that Sixth Formers will dress in a responsible manner, appropriate for an educational establishment. Bare midriffs and brief skirts would be considered inappropriate. Clothing and footwear should be safe, sensible and practical and jewellery should be worn discreetly. Outlandish or offensive clothing or jewellery is not acceptable. The Sixth Form have chosen to wear a black top embroidered with the school's sports college logo.

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