Barlby High colleagues, parents and the community have been sharing in the achievements of their young people at the school’s annual Celebrating Success Evening.
Last year’s Year 11 leavers were invited to attend the event where they received their GCSE certificates and selected students were presented with special awards and shields, marking some of their achievements whilst they were at Barlby High. Key Stage 3 students were also awarded with a book of their choice for most effort or progress made in certain subjects. (A full list of award winners can be seen below.)
Guests were welcomed by Principal, Julie Caddell and guest speaker Katherine Humpleby, Secondary School Improvement Lead at Hope Sentamu Learning Trust and Head Boy and Head Girl, Dylan Bruton and Ella Crofford, also addressed the audience.
Some of the Key Stage 3 and 4 students performed on the evening, in a choir, as solo artists and on the piano. Three Year 8 students, Robyn Chambers, Lily Collins and Lillian Cooper also recited poetry which focused on aspirations and how you should not let anyone stop you from achieving your goals and ambitions.
Huge congratulations to everyone!
Key Stage 3 Award Winners
Most Progress made in Creative Faculty
Most Effort made in Creative Faculty
Commitment to Learning within Creative Faculty
Most Progress made in Numeracy Faculty
Most Effort made in Numeracy Faculty
Most Improved Attendance
Most Progress made in Humanities Faculty
Most Effort made in Humanities Faculty
Commitment to Learning in History
Ebony Burwell and Alice Laverick
Most Progress made in Sport Faculty
Most Effort made in Sport Faculty
Most Progress made in Communications Faculty
Most Effort made in Communications Faculty
Commitment to Learning within Science Faculty
Most Progress made in Science Faculty
Most Effort made in Science Faculty
Archbishop Youth Trust Leadership Award
Izzy Bradley and Imogen Graves
Key Stage 4 Award Winners
Heather Scott Award for History
Achievement in Geography Award
Francis Loftus Award for Religious Studies
Selby Lions Award – Barlby High School Community Award
Governors` Award for Outstanding Contribution
Achievement in Music Award
Achievement in Sports Award (Boy)
Achievement in Sports Award (Girl)
Achievement in Creative Award
Achievement in Communication Award
Achievement in Science Award
Achievement in Numeracy Award
Award for the Most Progress Made (Girl)
Award for the Most Progress Made (Boy)
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