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Barlby High @Barlby_HighThanks 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: https://t.co/GrwRj42KB6 If you have any questions, about anything, just email: transition@bhs.hlt.academy7 days ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighThanks 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: https://t.co/GrwRj42KB6 If you have any questions, just email: transition@bhs.hlt.academy1 week ago
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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/mCkBCUyhf12 weeks ago
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Barlby High student pens top poem

Barlby High student pens top poem

A Year 7 student from Barlby High School has penned the joint-winning entry in a poetry competition held as part of the 2019 Selby Children’s Literature Festival.

Twelve-year old Barlby student Kieran Brigham entered his poem to the competition which encouraged Selby’s youngsters to celebrate Selby Abbey’s 950th anniversary, after hearing about it in his English class at school. He shared first place with Macy Dews of Barwick Parade Primary School.

The poetry competition was open to children aged 7-14 living within the Selby District. A selected number of poems were published in a commemorative children’s poetry book and a selection exhibited in Selby Abbey during the festival which was held during the last week of March. The winners were announced at the Families and Communities Day at Selby Abbey on 30 March.

Kieran received his prize from local poet and author, Christina Gabbitas. Christina, who is the founder of the Children’s Literature Festivals and one of the competition judges, presented Kieran with his award during a special school assembly on Monday 8 April.

Teacher of English at Barlby High School, Gemma Day, said “Kieran has done really well. His poem was well composed and full of historical facts. It is clear he has thoroughly researched and enjoyed putting the poem together.”

Asked about his success, Kieran said “I’m proud to win the competition. It was great to get to meet Christina Gabbitas and to receive a David Walliams book as a prize, as he is my favourite author.”

Christina Gabbitas added “The competition was a great way to get the young writers to research and learn about the cathedral – that was particularly successful in Kieran’s poem.”

9 April 2019

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