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In August 2016 I travelled to Kenya to volunteer in the PE and Games department of Braeburn School, Nairobi. The Braeburn School franchise stretches acr...


Joe Barker was captain of the Scarborough College Boys’ Hockey 1st XI and now plays for the Scottish U21 men’s hockey squad. He’s been selected for the Euro...


Thanks to Mrs Pippa Harker, OSA Secretary, the School Shop and OSA Archives has now been running for a school year

To any OSA members who are passing, please l...


Venus Law came to Willersley from Hong Kong aged just 11 in 2000, with very little English, and left  in 2007 returning to Hong Kong to attend University . She no...


Phoenix Software Ltd are currently in the process of looking for apprentices to join their technical areas. The positions are:

Technic...


“Just over two weeks I achieved what many people thought foolhardy, crazy or even impossible. I became the first person to reach the summit of Mount Snowdon in an el...


The College Dragon Boat teams (students, staff, & OSA) were fund raising, collectively, for The Rainbow Centre, The Woodlands Academy and the Yorkshire Air Ambulan...


Jason Liversidge, (Pegg, 1989-1992), was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2013 and now is unable to do anything independently and needs 24 hour care. However, u...


A mini reunion, of the 5th Form of 1986 took place on 8th July. Rob Harrop, now living in New Zealand, returned to the UK on holiday and with help from Zoe Harrison pu...


Phillip Mann (Pegg, 1954-62) has been awarded an MNZM (Member of New Zealand Order of Merit) for services to Literature and Theatre.

He won an Open Scholarship...


Gordon Boot (1929-37), aged 97, accompanied by family members spent an enjoyable afternoon visiting College. He was shown around by Head of School – Oliver Beckett, ...


Tony Viney (1990-97), former Army Major with the Yorkshire Regiment, has been awarded the Chief of the General Staff's Commendation for Charity Work and Community Enga...


As part of the annual Scarborough Rotary Dragon Boat Charity Day, the OSA decided to join Scarborough College pupils and staff and enter their own boat.  With the...


It is with much sadness that we announce the very sudden passing of former teacher, Lynne Peart, on 13 June in Scarborough Hospital, after a short illness. 
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After discovering the former site had been compromised we were advised that continuing to use it could have exposed us to further problems the Committee approved a quo...


Archived News

Items posted here and in newsletters are available under the Archives section as the team will put them in this area after 3 months.