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Queen’s Green Canopy

The Tree Council gifted a lime tree that formed part of The Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) ‘Tree of Trees’ outside Buckingham Palace to Burlington Junior School, Bridlington – located in East Riding of Yorkshire, one of the least wooded counties in the UK.  As a QGC Partner, The Tree Council was chosen as one of 20 “inspiring [...]

Football Competition

On Monday night a team of Year 5/6 boys participated in the newly formed school football competition which has been created with the help of Chris Kirkham and the school sports partnership. The aim of the competition is to get as many children playing football as possible over the year. Burlington we’re placed in a [...]

Inter-school Swimming Gala

On Tuesday, 6 boys and 6 girls went to East Riding leisure to take part in the inter school swimming gala. The competition was broken down into individual races and relays. The individual races had three heats and the six fastest times then qualified for the final. Fortunately, Burlington had a lot of children make [...]

Panathlon Ten Pin Bowling Event

Last week, a group of Year 5 children walked down to The Forum complex to participate in the Panathlon Ten Pin Bowling Event. After a practise game, the children were then able to compete against other schools. It was clear from their smiles that the children had a great time. Well done to Tate, Ethan, [...]

Ambassadors of Bridlington

This half-term, Year 3 pupils have taken part in the 'Ambassadors of Bridlington' event, in order to learn more about their local area and its history. Pupils started the day by conducting their own research in small groups, asking members of the public what they liked about Bridlington and why. Pupils then gathered their [...]

Inter-school cross-country competition

On Tuesday night, a large group of children from all year groups participated in the inter-school cross-country competition. Despite the unpleasant weather, the children showed great enthusiasm to take part. There were 2 different course the children had to face with the year 5/6 children running further. All children demonstrated fantastic resilience and kept [...]

Year 4 – Trip to Howsham Mill

Last week, Year Four had the opportunity to visit Howsham Mill. There, we explored the mill that had been rebuilt using parts of the original building, created in the 18th century. We observed the way in which electricity can be generated through the use of a river, and had a quick lesson on [...]

Year 5 – Big Sing

On Tuesday, Year 5 had a wonderful morning singing a range of songs as part of the East Riding School Music Service's 'Big Sing'. The children walked from school down to The Spa, and were met by Mr Elliott. He showed us to our dedicated seating on the balcony, and the children settled in [...]

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