Barlby High @Barlby_HighThanks very much to parents for attending year 8 options evening. It was great to see so much engagement. Remember it's year 8 parents evening on Thursday 28th March. Look forward to seeing you then!4 days ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighWe have a vacancy for a General Teaching Assistant (SEN). The role will involve working with groups and individual students under the direction of the class teacher and other appropriate staff. There's just a week to go until the closing date https://t.co/Rc30dzUTDp @HopeLT_York6 days ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighWe have a vacancy for a General Teaching Assistant (SEN). The role will involve working with both groups and individual students under the direction of the class teacher and other appropriate staff. Closes: 27 March https://t.co/Rc30dzUTDp1 week ago
The Drama curriculum at Barlby, whilst equipping students to perform with excellence, also focuses on helping students to build essential key skills. These skills (creative thinking and expression, empathy, communication, independent learning, leadership and working with others) help students to develop into young adults who will be increasingly effective in the modern world.
Key Stage 3 curriculum overview
The Drama course challenges students to consider other views and opinions about the world in which they live, exploring many social and global issues. This work is taught in a variety of ways using contemporary texts, devised work and creative games and exercises. The lessons strive to stretch and strengthen the physical and vocal capabilities of our students, as well as deepening their knowledge, understanding and appreciation of theatre and performance.
At Key Stage 4, students undertake the AQA GCSE Drama course. The course aims to provide students with a solid foundation in creative, practical and performance skills. Students will develop their knowledge and understanding of style, genre and social context and have numerous opportunities to attend live theatre events in the UK. The subject content for GCSE Drama is divided into three components:
UNDERSTANDING DRAMA – This component assesses student’s knowledge and understanding of drama and theatre, the study of one set play from a choice of six and analysis and evaluation of the work of live theatre makers. It is assessed through a written exam.
DEVISING DRAMA – This practical component will guide students through the process of creating devised drama, a performance of devised drama and analysis and evaluation of their own work.
TEXTS IN PRACTICE – This practical component will assess student’s contribution to the performance of two extracts from one play for an external examiner.
With the focus on working imaginatively, collaborating creatively and communicating effectively, GCSE Drama provides a solid foundation for further Drama studies and vocational opportunities.
We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic individual to support learning and teaching within our Science Faculty as a Science Technician, to work full-time, term-time only. Closes tomorrow! Full details here buff.ly/2W7PEj1#CareersWithHope@HopeLT_York
Our partner school @Barlby_High is looking for a a Science Technician, to work full-time, term-time only, supporting learning and teaching in its Science Faculty. Closes 25 March. Full details here buff.ly/2W7PEj1#CareersWithHope
So great to read about one of our students, Shelby McCloud, completing her 21 challenges to celebrate and raise money on World Down Syndrome Day. Well done Shelby! yorkpress.co.uk/news…#proud@yorkpress