Barlby High @Barlby_HighAny donations for Selby Food Bank can be brought in to school at any time - you can send them with your children or drop items in yourself. Thank you! @TrussellTrust6 days ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighWe are now a collection point for Selby Food Bank. They need: milk (UHT or powdered), fruit juice (long life), soup, custard, tins of sponge pudding, tomatoes, rice pudding or vegetables, cereals, tea bags, instant coffee. Please help if you can! @TrussellTrusthttps://t.co/7WNne14YWz6 days ago
We are committed to ensuring that all students fulfill their potential, are well prepared for adult life and the world of work and are able to make a positive contribution to the society in which they live.
We offer a broad and balanced curriculum, which strives to meet the needs of all students of all abilities. We believe that learning should be stimulating and enjoyable and staff employ a wide range of teaching strategies to engage and inspire students.
The progress of students is constantly monitored to ensure continued high standards of achievement and high expectation in terms of the quality of work produced. Students can access additional support through specialist teaching and a dedicated team of teaching assistants who focus on developing skills such as literacy, numeracy and science. For more able students, there are extra opportunities within and beyond the curriculum.
Special educational needs provision is located right at the heart of the school within the library. We work with students with a wide range of additional needs including dyslexia, physical difficulties, speech, language and communication difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions, more general learning difficulties, those with rare syndromes, hearing and visual impairment and attention deficit disorders.
The Learning Support Team works alongside each subject faculty and the Pastoral team. Support is tailored as far as possible to each individual student’s need and is usually a combination of in-class support and access to appropriate intervention groups. Developing close, positive links with parents is vital to our successful working. We also liaise with a range of external agencies to utilise their further expertise and to help us to overcome a student’s particular barriers to learning. The Team welcome enquiries and are more than happy to meet with you to answer any questions you may have.
At all stages, the curriculum carefully considers progression routes and ensures close links with both our primary partner schools and post-16 providers to support and enhance transition arrangements.
Our students leave with the confidence and maturity for the next stage in their lives.
If you have any queries relating to curriculum, please contact Karly Wallace, Deputy Principal: Curriculum and Achievement T: 01757 706161.
We are recruiting a Faculty Leader, Humanities and MFL to join our team. We are looking for a well-qualified, enthusiastic and energetic leader who will provide leadership for Geography, History, MFL and Religious Studies #CareersWithHope@HopeLT_Yorkbuff.ly/2RQEq13
Science Club went ‘Bonkers with Slime Making’ this week! Who knows what they'll get up to next week??? The club takes place after school on a Wednesday with Mr Mason and Mrs Poulton - contact them to find out more! #scienceisfun#slimetimepic.twitter.com/QoDw…