Welcome to Beverley High School
A Guide to Home Learning
A Guide to Home Learning
Follow this link to see the Guide to Home Learning Video: https://youtu.be/bE7KB6A8KQw
Latest Letters to Parents
If your child is unwell
We are into the cold and flu season, but as a general rule, pupils can come to school as long as they don’t have one or more of the three symptoms the NHS regard as the most common symptoms of Coronovirus and they are well enough to do so. These symptoms are described as:
- a high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back
- a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours
- a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal
Most people with Coronavirus have at least one of these symptoms
We understand there have been difficulties in some people getting relevant tests but it is important that if your child has any of the above symptoms they should isolate at home (along with the rest of the household) in-line with government guidance, or until a test has proved to be negative. You will find relevant advice by following the link here:
If a child becomes unwell at school with any of the symptoms above, they will need to go home and follow government advice.
Beverley High School is a Group 6, five-form entry girls' comprehensive within the East Riding of Yorkshire. Approximately 860 students are currently on roll including 117 girls in the Sixth Form. The School, founded in 1908, has developed since 1973 from a grammar school into a fully comprehensive 11-18 establishment. The school celebrated its 110th anniversary in September 2018.
Beverley High School was last inspected by Ofsted in October 2018 when inspectors said our school continues to be Good with Outstanding Teaching and Achievement of Pupils. Beverley High School is long established with an excellent record and considerable achievements in academic work, music, drama, art and sport. We are particularly concerned to develop each girl's good qualities to the full. The school has a long tradition of successful education and enjoys a high reputation within the community, both at local and county level. The school features in the “Good Schools’ Guide” and annually receives awards from the SSAT for exceptional results.
Subject departments are housed in purpose-built rooms set amidst fine grounds. We have a dedicated Learning Support Centre and Sixth Form Block, a large Sports Hall with Dance Studio and an impressive Art/Technology Centre.