Sixth form students at Headlands school have new computers in their study centre thanks to funding by a Bridlington organisation.
The Lords Feoffees made a donation of £3,250 to buy ten computers for the sixth form study centre within the school.
Gregory Gray, who is the current Chief Lord, was delighted to see the new computers in action after he was invited to officially open the suite.
“The Lords Feoffees were pleased to be invited to support Headlands School and are delighted that they have enabled the school to invest in new computers for the benefit of the school’s students by making a donation for the computers.” said Gregory.
Sixth form students and staff showed Mr Gray around the study centre and gave a vote of thanks for the kind funding by the Lords Feoffees.
Assistant Headteacher David Stamper said: “It was a fantastic gesture by the Feoffees. The students have all commented on how good the new computer suite is. With the ten new computer stations there is now less of a problem with availability.”
The suite has been named The Lords Feoffees Sixth Form Study Centre in recognition of the generous funding that the school has received.