Barlby High @Barlby_HighIt was lovely to see so many Year 6 students and their parents/carers at our virtual Q&A earlier this week. Don't worry if you were unable to join us on the evening, here's the video: https://t.co/GrwRj42KB66 days ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighJust a reminder that The Friends of Barlby High School are running a Second Hand Uniform Shop at school today from 7-9pm. Visitors must report to reception please and facial coverings are required. Check out the price list here: https://t.co/mCkBCUyhf11 week ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighDoes your child need any new uniform? The Friends of Barlby High School are running a Second Hand Uniform Shop on 13 October from 7-9pm. Visitors must report to reception please and facial coverings are required https://t.co/mCkBCUyhf12 weeks ago
Following a fantastic year spent studying Additional English, Years 9 and 10 visited the York Castle Museum and The Yorkshire Museum in order to consolidate their learning regarding Exhibitions.
The students began their course by investigating what an exhibition was and which ones were in their local area. Once they had identified where they would like to go, the students planned their trip. They investigated all aspects of a visit into York, ranging from travel to and from York, to the cost of the trip and lunch.
The day began with a journey on the local service bus into York followed by a short walk to the Castle Museum, passing the Pop Up Globe Theatre. The trip round the museum saw the students experience a wide variety of exhibitions ranging from Toys through the ages; Clothing that Shapes you; and 1914: When the World Changed Forever. The most popular exhibition by far was Kirkgate: a Victorian Street with many of the Year 10 students remarking how it was exactly how they had pictured the setting for “A Christmas Carol”. The Victorian Police Cell, School Room and Back Alley were met with shock and disgust at the sounds and smells that accompanied the exhibits. All students took great pleasure in being locked in the police cells but much preferred their modern classrooms in comparison to the Victorian one.
Glorious weather meant that lunch could be eaten in the Museum Gardens before a visit to the Yorkshire Museum where the students were able to see the remains of a Roman lady found buried in York; as well as stand on a Roman mosaic floor excavated in York (provided they took their shoes off!).
The day ended with a walk through the city to return to school on the local service bus. Students were complimented by members of the public on social media on their uniform and behaviour. It was a thoroughly enjoyable trip rewarding a year of very hard work!
We have raised a fabulous £570 for our chosen charity @Cry_in_the_Dark by holding a non-uniform day. We can't send Christmas boxes this year, but we can send funds for a Christmas meal! So proud of our students who continue to show so much compassion buff.ly/35j5D44
Thanks to all the Year 6 students and their parents/carers who joined our virtual Q&A last week. Don't worry if you were unable to join us on the evening, here's the video: buff.ly/2Hxe9nV If you have any questions, about anything, just email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all the Year 6 students and their parents/carers who joined our virtual Q&A earlier this week. Don't worry if you were unable to join us on the evening, here's the video: buff.ly/2Hxe9nV If you have any questions, just email: email@example.com
With the current Covid-19 restrictions our Year 7 pupils are not able to visit the Library at lunchtime so we will be taking a small Mobile Library to visit their pod every Friday allowing pupils to still have access to the books they love. @BarlbyEng@Barlby_Highpic.twitter.com/t8EH…