St Bart's is at the heart of the Newbury Community and has a long history, having preserved many of its traditions. The school has an established reputation for academic excellence and we are very proud of the results our students achieve year after year.
At St Bart’s we have high expectations of students, staff, parents and Governors alike and we promote individual excellence within a caring community. We pride ourselves on the fact that every child is individually cared for and recognised for their individual qualities and for the different contributions they make to our successful school.
The outstanding facilities across the curriculum and real attention to the needs of all students enable them to grow and flourish and reach their full potential to build for a promising future on solid educational foundations.
St Bart’s is a forward thinking comprehensive school. Time after time, our results and achievements place us as one of the top secondary schools in the country. A large vibrant Sixth Form offers a wide range of subjects and attracts students from around the area.
Well done to all 32 Year 9 ‘Road to Wimbledon’ competitors for taking part in a very high standard singles tennis competition last week. The overall winners and runners-up are listed below. Well done to everyone who took part – certificates will be in tutor trays next week!
Bart’s Got Talent competition for Years 7 – 9. An event run by the St Bart’s Arts Council. We had a great variety of talents entered and this video showcases some of the amazing talent from the students at St Bart’s.
Thank you for everyone that entered this year. We hope to run this as an annual event. Enjoy the video
In their last lesson Year 13 Spanish students successfully completed a Spanish treasure hunt throughout the school. The class rose to the challenge with the same enthusiasm and resilience that they have demonstrated repeatedly over the past two years in their Spanish studies.
“On Thursday 10 June there was a partial solar eclipse. This is when the Moon comes in front of the Sun during its orbit. However, as this was a partial solar eclipse only part of the Sun was blocked out”
The NSPCC’s Childline service has launched the Report Remove tool with the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF). The tool will enable young people under the age of 18 to report a nude image or video of themselves that’s appeared online. The IWF will then review these reports and work to remove any content which breaks the law. There is also lots of other really useful advice and support for parents/carers and young people who face issues online.