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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.

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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.

The school celebrated outstanding GCSE and A Level results for 2017.

 

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  • As the exam period comes to a close we are all looking forward to welcoming the new Year 12s for induction day on Friday 29 June.

    This will be a great opportunity to enjoy some taster sessions in your chosen subject and chat to teachers. There will be time during the day for getting to know your fellow students and meeting new people, as well as finding out about all the extra-curricular opportunities and fun events at St Bart’s.

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  • On the 24 May 2018 former St Bart’s student, Howard Drury, was presented with his Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award by HRH Princess Eugenie of York, HRH The Earl of Wessex and HRH The Countess of Wessex in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.

    The special guest speaker was former BBC1 Radio presenter, Emma B. Their Royal Highnesses also talked to the students present about their Gold DofE experiences.

    Howard was accompanied by Linnhe Lay, DofE Manager at St Bart’s. Unfortunately, fellow former student, Alexander Forsyth, was unable to collect his award on the day due to exam commitments.

    Mrs Lay commented “It was a true honour to watch Howard receive his well-earned award and to celebrate his achievement. He and Alexander have all worked so hard to gain their DofE Gold Award.” read more

  • Congratulations to the Year 7 Girls who performed superbly in their Area Athletics competition, finishing in 2nd place out of 12 schools, an excellent achievement.

    Some notably impressive performances were accomplished including 1st in the 1000m, 2nd in the Javelin, 1st in the Long Jump, 3rd in the 1000m, and 3rd in the High Jump.

    Congratulations to them all on an excellent team performance and congratulations and good luck to those girls who will now go on to compete in the county competitions later this month.

  • Following on from their earlier success in this competition the Junior Girls qualified for a Regional B Final which was a super achievement, very well deserved.

    There were some outstanding individual performances, congratulations to them all, including our team managers. A fabulous day of competition resulted in us scoring 331 points and finishing 2nd equal in the competition which was a tremendous result. The winners were St Swithuns with 361 points.

     

  • St Bart’s Sixth Formers were delighted to find out before half term that they have come first in the regional Shares4Schools Competition. They also came fifth across the country as a whole!

    St Bart’s has been participating in the Shares4Schools competition for many years. The contest began in 2004, aiming to give sixth form students a realistic experience of economics and business studies by giving them a chance to invest real money into the stock market. read more

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