Comic Relief at St Bart’s

Well done everyone. You raised over £1350 on Red Nose Day! Half of this will go to Comic Relief and the other half will be split between the 4 House charities: Newbury and District Cancer Care, Bloodwise, Mencap and Guide Dogs for the Blind.

£156.10 was collected by the staff taking part in the House Dodgeball match and cake sale! Congratulations to Curnock who won the match.


Ski Trip 2019

On 15 February 32 St Bart’s students embarked on their 26 hour coach journey to Austria. We drove through France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and then finally arrived in Alpendorf, Austria, on the 16 February. That day we explored the town we were staying in, and found our hotel which was ski-in ski-out, near the slopes and gondola.


Science Week 2019

As part of E011 was turned into a giant ‘pinhole camera’.  Firstly the room had all of the blinds pulled down and the central window was covered with black paper.  The paper had a small hole cut in it  and then the students had to wait a short while, until their eyes adjusted to the limited light, and then they saw the ‘camera’ at work!  The picture (taken with a digital camera) shows the viewing screen hanging in the middle of the lab and you can see that the image on it is upside down, clearly shows the sky and trees and is in full colour! 


New Conference Facilities at St Bart’s

A sustained increase in students taking up their A Level and other Key Stage 5 studies has necessitated recent remodelling and building work at St Bart’s

The existing Robinson Rooms within the school have been adapted as quiet study rooms for Sixth Form students and consequently new conference rooms for school and community use have been built, boasting enhanced facilities for hirers. The work completes a project begun in 2017 to modernise key Sixth Form areas.


County Handball Tournament

Well done to the 18 students from Year 9 who represented St Bart's at the County Handball Tournament at Charter's School in Ascot. With fierce competition and the majority of students playing a year older, they all represented the school and played excellently and should be proud of the progress made throughout the day.


Book Swap Club

St Bart’s Book Swap Club is a new way for students to find a great book to read and to recycle books they’ve finished.

This is initially being offered to Y7 and 8, every Thursday activity time, the St Bart’s Book Swap Club will be opened for students to swap a book they’ve read for a new-to-them book. If they wish to, they may keep their chosen book forever or they may bring it in for a new one at the following session. 

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