Barlby High @Barlby_HighBus update: 87s will run hour later than normal pick up times. The bus is at the first stop so please ensure you make it back to the bus stop for revised pick up times. Any queries please ring school 01757 706161.1 week ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighOur advice is not to try and walk due to the accident. Wait for the bus or alternatively you can bring your child avoiding A19.1 week ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighBus update: 87s is making its way to pick students up. Could take a while due to traffic so please wait or if parent/carers can bring students please avoid A19.1 week ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighAccident on A19 near Riccall, all buses en-route. 87s will be delayed but wait at bus stops if nonother method of getting to school and wait for update. Take care on all routes and allow extra time where possible.1 week ago
Science has a huge impact on the world around us and as a subject, it has something to offer every student. Good science involves questioning, investigating, observing, experimenting or testing out ideas and thinking about them. We aim to foster an enthusiasm of science whilst developing knowledge, understanding and the skills needed in a good science student: one who can apply their knowledge to new contexts and use these skills for life in the 21st century. Our science courses also place a high emphasis on cross curricular skills from literacy and numeracy.
Key Stage 3 curriculum overview
In Years 7 and 8, Science provides the foundation stone for later Science at KS4 – in fact Science is very much seen as a five-year course. There is a high degree of practical and investigation content and students study a range of topics to further develop their knowledge, understanding and skills from KS2.
We follow the AQA Scheme for KS3.
Topics include: Sound and light, energy, chemical reactions, acids and alkalis, plants and photosynthesis, forces, electricity, interdependence, variation and inheritance, the Earth and Earth structure, particles and elements and organ systems.
Key Stage 4
In Years 9, 10 and 11 we take Science learning to the next level, building on progress made in KS3. The new GCSE Suite in the Sciences includes a higher level of demand from mathematical and literacy skills with an emphasis on data handling. Key ideas for GCSE include:
the use of conceptual models and theories to make sense of natural phenomena
that science progresses through a cycle of hypothesis, experimentation, observation, theory development and review
developing the ability to evaluate claims through critical analysis of methodology, evidence and conclusions, both quantitatively and qualitatively.
The three disciplines of Biology, Chemistry and Physics are taught under the umbrella of Combined Science (Trilogy) and we presently follow the AQA Specification.
Separate Science/Triple Science is also offered as an option pathway presently to a small cohort of students.
Y7 created some absolutely gorgeous children’s stories today to teach their readers about our school values. Students were also challenged to think about representing characters from different backgrounds in the plots. We will do something very special with these! @Barlby_Highpic.twitter.com/CAnj…
Bus update: 87s will run hour later than normal pick up times. The bus is at the first stop so please ensure you make it back to the bus stop for revised pick up times. Any queries please ring school 01757 706161.