Sport is key here at Bishop Burton. For those who are interested in sport, the College has a dedicated Sports Development Team who will cater for your needs, whether you are trying it for your first time, are a potential elite performer or someone who wants to use sport as a tool to become more employable in the future.
|HE Football||James Bennett|
|FE Football Academy||James Earl|
|FE Football 2's||TBC|
|FE Football 3's||TBC|
|FE Football 4's||TBC|
|FE Female Football||TBC|
|FE Mixed Hockey||TBC|
|HE Netball||Jo Richardson|
|FE Netball||Jo Richardson|
|HE Rugby League||Rob Wilson|
|Rugby League Academy||Rob Wilson|
|HE Rugby Union||Mike Umaga|
|FE Rugby Union||TBC|
|FE Rugby Union 2's||TBC|
|FE Female Rugby||TBC|
The College has a number of non-academy sports teams in various college and university sports leagues, which compete in matches across the country. We have teams in women’s rugby, women’s football, men’s football, basketball, and hockey, netball, shooting and equine. Games are played on a Wednesday afternoon in the Association of Colleges (AoC) Sports and BUCS leagues, with training sessions taking place during the week.
We want you to join in as Bishop Burton continues to build one of the fastest growing sporting reputations. Don’t miss out on being a part of Team Bishop Burton – We have opportunities for everyone to get involved #OneBishop.
What is it?
Get Involved is our social sport programme for both day and residential students. It is a great chance for students to take part in a range of fun and non-competitive sports sessions. It provides an opportunity for all students to try something new , get active and have fun in a relaxed and informal environment on campus.
Who is it for?
Any student at the College who would like to get active, try new things and widen their experience.
How to Take Part?
To access our new timetable, please click here
For regular updates and to book a place for an enrichment session please visit the ‘Get Involved’ page on ILearn
What is it?
The Sports Development Team are working with local partners to offer Bishop Burton College students great volunteering experiences and access to training courses, to help build your CV.
Who is it for?
Any student or staff member (16 years+) who has a passion for sport and activity and would like to volunteer, learn and develop new skills either right here at College or in the local community
Who is Involved?
- Tigers Trust
- Humber Sports Partnership
- East Riding Council
- East Riding County FA.
How to take part?
To access local sporting opportunities visit the ‘Get Involved’ page on iLearn to see all of our links to volunteering and local sporting initiatives