Along with 690 students from other schools, 10 Boroughbridge High School students were privileged to be part of the Military Kids Club Heroes Service at Ripon Cathedral on Friday. Heather made her own particular contribution to the service with a confident reading.
Marking the Armistice Centenary
In order to commemorate the centenary of Remembrance Day, the SEN team produced this display showing their own relatives and where they fought in the First World War.
On Wednesday 24th October, Year 12 and 13 Photography, English and History students made the journey to Whitby to carry out a range of A Level activities.
Historians were considering what can be determined about a site’s history through its architecture, exploring the old and new town, using their vast contextual knowledge to draw conclusions.
The Photographers were developing their skills in what can only be described as a stunning location and English students retraced the steps of Dracula whilst reading the text. Don’t worry though, despite this plethora of activity, there was still time for fish and chips for lunch!
On an autumnal October weekend, eight students set off on their Bronze Practice Expedition around Castle Howard and the Howardian Hills. As you can see, much fun was had by all and the report from their trip leaders was that they’d had a very successful expedition with all students working really hard and pushing themselves in all areas.
Well done everyone!
It was a great privilege to welcome a group of ten Headteachers from Australia, Romania and Denmark to see the research science projects that our Key Stage 3 and 5 students have been carrying out under the enthusiastic supervision of Mr. Inglis. Alongside them were students from Richard Taylor Primary School. Students not only did a presentation about their projects but also engaged the visitors in a number of experiments. Mr. Inglis is hoping to spread this innovative research approach across more schools in Yorkshire. We’re grateful to the Institute for Research in Schools for their funding which enables Mr. Inglis to work on this for one day a week.
Staff and Sixth Form students enjoyed a coffee, cake and chat as part of the World’s Biggest Coffee morning raising £138.52 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Thanks to Lydia, Deputy Head Girl, and her team for organising the event.
|Students, staff and parents at Boroughbridge High School were celebrating excellent results today with a record number of top grades. Year 11 students are the first to follow an innovative Stage not Age curriculum where they completed two of their optional GCSEs at the end of Year 10. Many of the results gained last year were above the national average and students have continued to go from strength to strength.
Headteacher Kathryn Stephenson said ‘We are delighted that the hard work of students is reflected in their results and that they are able to move confidently on to further study, apprenticeships and employment. It was great to see so many students celebrating their success with their families and look forward to welcoming many of them back to our Sixth Form in September.’
Staff, students and parents at Boroughbridge High School are beaming with pride after another year of very good A Level results. Students achieved a 100% pass rate in the vast majority of subjects offered, including Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Arts, Languages and Humanities subjects.
Over 50% of students achieved high grades in a number of subjects including Geography, Product Design, French, Spanish, Fine Art, Physics and Chemistry. The top grade of A*was achieved in English Literature and A grades were also awarded in Maths, Physics and Spanish.
There are many individual success stories who have successfully obtained the grades needed to progress onto university.
Headteacher Kathryn Stephenson said “We are very proud of the efforts and achievements of our students. It’s so rewarding to see students gain university places and employment of their choice. The results also reflect the continued support of families, staff and school governors.
The class of 2018 looks like it will be producing the scientists, architects and lawyers of the future and we look forward to welcoming them back to visit and inspire our current students. “
Assistant Head and Head of Sixth Form, Andy Kennedy added “I am delighted that so many of our young people have achieved such a great set of results.”
Year 9 Held the Great Exhibition in the hall where they displayed all that was great about the Victorian era, from honey cake to marbles!.
Year 8 Helmsley Castle visit