Road to Wimbledon

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!

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Bart’s Got Talent

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

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Year 13 Spanish

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.

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Partial Solar Eclipse

“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”

Edith Rivers (8E2)


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Online Safety Update

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.

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Representing Pride in Textiles

Year 7 Textile Students have been designing and making a stuffed toy. Within this project students have learnt how to research effectively to spark creativity, designing skills as well as decorative and constructive sewing techniques. Hermione Cratchley (7D3) created her stuffed toy based on Pride Month. The idea behind Hermione’s beautifully executed toy, was to produce a stuffed toy without a gender or name so it could represent and include all.


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Penpal Exchange

All Year 9 students and selected classes in Year 8 have been maintaining links with our partner school in Spain by writing penpal letters. Ordinarily students in Year 9 would be invited to take part in the annual Spanish Exchange but unfortunately we have not been able to organise one this year given the current circumstances.

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CCF 45 mile challenge

Having completed their training in the spring and early part of the summer term, the Year 12 team were finally able to take on their 45 mile ‘Ten Tors Alternative St Bart’s Challenge’ on the weekend of 12–13 June. In completely opposite weather to that experienced by the Year 10 team before half term, they were fully prepared with sun cream and sunhats as they set off at 8am on Saturday morning.

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Skills For Success Fortnight

In order to give our students the very best start to Sixth Form in September 2021 we hosted a “Skills for Success” fortnight for our current Year 11 students. Running from Monday 7 June to Friday 18 June, the programme included a wide variety of activities as well as taster sessions in their chosen subjects. Events included;

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