The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium gives schools additional funding to support year 7 pupils who did not achieve the expected standard in English or Maths at the end of key stage 2 (KS2) (Reading or Maths from September 2016). Until September 2016 the expected standard was a level 4 but moving forward following the removal of ‘Levels’ it is now a standardised score of 100 or more in the KS2 tests at the end of Primary School.
If you have any queries, please direct these to Mrs K Wallace, Vice Principal: Curriculum and Achievement
Yr 9 Girls 5-a-side Football.beat Barlby 5-4 Selby. Great keeping from Beth Harrison kept us in the game in the first 10 mins, some great finishes and a hatrick from Chloe Ma put Barlby 4-0. 4 Selby goals put put the result in doubt before a 5th sealed a Barlby win. @Barlby_High
Brilliant day today @Barlby_High with @pmnw1 Crime & safety day, talking to all Yr8 students about making good choices & keeping themselves safe & out of prison / without a criminal record. The whole year were brilliantly behaved & really took in the stories & advice they heard.
Harrogate. Impossible to get in. Impossible to get out. But at least we won. ETA BHS 7.30. Yr11 Boys 7-0 V South Craven in the County Cup. Annoyingly amazing solo goal by Tom MacDonald. @Barlby_High
We are looking to appoint a well-qualified and enthusiastic Teacher of Design & Technology, experience of teaching Engineering desirable. This post is suitable for newly qualified or more experienced teachers. Find out more: buff.ly/2O44INk #CareersWithHope @HopeLT_York