I would like to make you aware of the following information I have received from North Yorkshire County Council about some Special Education Needs or Disabilities (SEND) consultation events they are running in November. The information I received was:
‘During September and October we have been holding events with parents and carers to provide an opportunity to talk about the support that is needed for children and young people around SEND provision. This input is helping to inform the strategic plan for the county. To build on this feedback we have planned some further events for parents and carers during November 2017. These events will provide an update on progress, which has been informed by the feedback from across the county. They will also include information about proposals being suggested for the Strategic Plan.
This is a further opportunity for parents and carers to be involved and provide feedback before formal consultation begins in early 2018. Parents and carers don’t need to register for the events below, please just join us.’
The closest one to us is being held at Selby Town Hall on 20th November from 12:30 – 14:30.
Further information can be found on the NYCC website at the following link https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/send-specialist-support-and-provision
John Sentamu, Archbishop of York visits Barlby High
We were very fortunate to receive a visit from his Grace in early October 2017. He attended a Philosophy and Ethics lesson with year 10 students and undertook a question and answer session discussing topics such as Female Archbishops, Religion vs Science, Genesis and favourite childhood memories.
Please see the link below for the Archbishop’s recent Marathon Mission in Derwent.
Jade Cuttle, Former Student – Music Success!
It was great to hear from Jade this week, with news of her forthcoming album and hoping to pursue a music career following her studies at Homerton College, Cambridge. Jade enthused ” I would definitely not be where I am today if Barlby wasn’t so set on its ‘enjoy believe achieve’ mantra, aiming high with strong determination..so definitely second that! It’s a perfect motto.”
Jade is currently focussing on building her profile in the local area playing gigs. She is working hard with the help of the BBC Music Introducing … There are many more BBC Introducing poetic-folk sessions planned for 2017, hopefully some big festivals, so please support her if there’s an event near you! For more information see her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/rroseselavyetc/
Thank you for visiting our website. We are an 11-16 years school that takes pride in knowing all our students as individuals and allowing them to flourish. As a school we believe we are small enough to care, and big enough to make a difference.
We have excellent facilities for a small school, particularly in our specialist area of sport, with a new 3G Astro Turf, Sports Hall, Dance Studio, Gym and Swimming Pool. We use our sport specialism to inspire our students to be the best they can be.
With record results and a highly motivated team of staff, brilliant students and very supportive parents I am very excited about the new academic year.
Student Takeover Day
http://www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/learn-more/takeover-challenge For the first time we have signed up to the children’s takeover challenge. We are looking forward to the day and have had a huge number of applications from students, so many in fact that we are going to have to run a subsequent event later in the year to try and accommodate a few more students in this great opportunity.
Key roles will be ‘taken over’ for the day, roles involved are:
Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher, Associate Assistant Headteacher: SBM
Creative Technician, Sport Technician, ICT Teacher
Catering assistant, Caretaker and Receptionist! So don’t be surprised if your enquiry is dealt with by a student on Friday. Looking forward to a great day!
The Youth Café
The Youth Café provides a space for young people to come and enjoy time with their friends. All of the staff are DBS checked and have experience of working with young people. We provide activities for them to take part in from crafts, games and longer term projects. Hot and cold drinks, toast and occasional treats are also provided. We also have an x-box at each Youth Café along with a ping pong table. We operate term time only put provide additional activities during the half term holidays.
Pathways to STEM project 2016
We are delighted to have been offered the opportunity to work with The University of York, The Sutton Trust, Durham University and CEM (Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring) with some of our Most Able year 10 students who have an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and may progress to study in Higher Education or a career path in these areas.
To find out more about these providers please access links below:
The Sutton Trust
University of York
World Book Day Thursday 3rd March 2016
Thursday 3rd March saw students from Barlby High School celebrating books and reading like never before to mark World Book Day. In partnership with volunteers from Barlby Library, the students read the first Harry Potter novel from beginning to end in a 3-day Readathon. Coupled with other enjoyable activities to support and improve reading and Literacy across the school, the event proved extremely successful. Headteacher Tony Rawdin said ‘the importance of Literacy cannot be underestimated and I am delighted that so many of our students and staff show a thirst for books and reading’. The school and Barlby Library will continue their links with joint projects throughout the year.
Christmas Concert 15th December
We played to a full crowd just before Christmas with an evening of music, carols and Christmas readings from students. Well done to all those who took part playing an instrument, signing, producing programmes, painting the back drops, provided refreshments or helped in any other way. It was a lovely evening and showed the vast array of talent within our students.
Christmas Carols – Selby Market 14th December
We were delighted to entertain those doing their Christmas shopping in December by playing at Selby Abbey. Mr Morrell, Music Teacher led the students in entertaining the crowds. Funds were raised to support future school productions and thank you to everyone who stopped to listen and praised the standard of music played.
Teacher of the Year Award 2015 – Chris Kent
We are very proud of Chris Kent, Achievement Leader Years 8/9 & PE teacher for winning the Teacher of the Year award last night at the Selby and Goole Times. Chris was nominated and won due to her incredible work with young people at Barlby High and through the Young Leader scheme working with KS4 students supporting in local primary schools. Thoroughly deserved!
Congratulations to Shaun Crouch (former year 11 who we nominated) who received runner up in the Bright Star award!
Read more http://www.selbyandgoolecommunitypride.co.uk/news
Awards Night 2015
It was lovely to welcome back our former year 11 students to present them with their awards and exam certificates. Former England and international rugby footballer Paul Broadbent was the guest of honour and addressed the former students and their parent/carers with an engaging motivating speech. A few photos from the event including some musicians who provided live music for the event. Good luck in the future and keep in touch!
North Yorkshire Parent Carer Forum (NYPACT) – 11.12.15
Dear parent carers in the Selby District,
Please drop in for coffee and a chat from 2pm-3.30pm Friday 11th December. You will have the opportunity to meet and chat with:
- Rhiannon Hughes – EYFS Leader & Inclusion Manager, Whitley & Eggborough CP School
- Pauline Wardman – NYPACT Co-ordinator
- Jane, an Independent Supporter from Core Assets, who will talk about how they can support families through the Educational, Health & Care Plan (EHCP) process.
- Emma Delsaint, from Family Voice parent support group
Whitley & Eggborough Primary School
Reasonable travel & childcare costs can be reimbursed.
Hope to see you there,
Careers Fair Wednesday 18th Nov 2015
We hosted our 4th annual careers fair in school from 5-7pm. Huge variety of local employers including construction, medical, universities, colleges, confectioners, etc. which is a great opportunity to learn more about future career possibilities and qualifications, experience required. This was a great event and we look forward to providing great opportunities throughout the year and repeating the event in 2016.
Governor recruitment, please see all relevant information if you are interested in becoming a parent school governor.
Governor recruitment Oct 2015 letter
EMS team have put together a proposed list of dates for the SpLD Parent Network meetings for 2015/16. Please click on the link below for further information.
EMS Flier 15_16
CONGRATULATIONS – YEAR 11 THE HARD WORK PAID OFF!!
Welcome to Exam results 2015!
Staff and students are celebrating some fantastic GCSE results this year. Headteacher Martyn Hannan said “There was a great atmosphere with lots of excited and expectant students and parents. I’m delighted to say that there were lots of smiling faces with students pleased with their results”. The results reflect the hard work, dedication and commitment of all involved. We are so proud of them all. Of special note there are 22 students who achieved 5 GCSEs at the top grades of A* and A.
Rebecca Norman with 9A*s & 5As
Clare Upton with 4A*s & 9As
Annabelle Owen with 1A* & 10As
Ellie Cameron with 2A*s & 8As
Sean McCloud with 1A* & 9As
Amy Osborne with 7A*s & 3As
Conor Sharpe with 8A*s & 2As
Kyle Shead with 2A*s and 8As. ASTONISHING!
Congratulations also to our Year 10 Maths students who took their GCSE a year early so that they can follow a preparation for A level course, Further Maths in year 11. They secured 100% A*- C with a brilliant 67% achieving the top grades of A* and A. Truly fantastic results and all, along with their Maths staff deserve great credit.
WELL DONE ALL – YOU SHOULD BE IMMENSELY PROUD OF YOURSELVES.
It is with great pride we are able to confirm that Shaun Crouch year 11 has been selected to play for the North of England Rugby Union Squad – well done Shaun!
Congratulations to Josh Dickinson year 8 for winning his class at the English Fell Running Championships. A huge achievement, well done Josh!
Jayne Snell presented her life and survival story to KS4 students under her ‘Parachute of Dreams’ presentation. This encourages individuals to be positive, reflect and focus on goals. She was presented with flowers as a small token of appreciation from Conor Sharpe and Rebecca Norman (Principal students) along with Mrs Milne who facilitated the events.
Huge congratulations to year 11 boys football team for WINNING the North Yorkshire U16s County Cup final
We are immensely proud of the boys for winning a hard fought game against Norton School on 22nd April. The game was very close but the boys held their nerve and made the school and their coach Mr Metcalfe incredibly proud. The boys have worked hard all season and this win against other North Yorkshire schools is testament to their commitment and hard work against excellent opposition.
Mr Hannan, Headteacher said “this is a fantastic achievement – for a school our size to be champions is truly exceptional. It was an excellent team performance and they all deserve huge credit.”
Exam Timetable 2014/15
This is the link to the exam timetable for the summer series of exams for year 11. Please make sure you refer to the information down long corridor so that you arrive promptly for exams. Remember to bring all relevant equipment so you are prepared for a timely start to the exams.
If you have any queries about the exam timetable please speak to Mrs Chambers, exams officer.
Exam Timetable 2014_15