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0% NEET

Batley Girls’ High School is very proud to announce that we to have achieved 0% NEET this year. This means that there are no students who are ‘Not in Education, Employment or Training’ and demonstrates the post-16 and pathways support provided by the school, which prepares our students for their future options, whether that be further or higher education, apprenticeships, work or training. Our Careers Team strongly believe that partnership work is central to unlocking the potential of all students. We also provide mentoring and advice, to support our students as well as offering a Progression module, which prepares students for making applications to universities and jobs. “Every tutor went beyond my expectations with the principal aim of ensuring I was able to pursue a successful career and positive future.” Fatima Laher, Alumna David Cooper and Julie Haigh Co-Heads affirm, “We are committed to lifelong learning and developing well-rounded individuals…

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LPPA Assessment Visit: Thursday 5 December

The Learning Parent Partnership Award provides a coherent framework to deliver effective parental engagement in school. This award will support the work more closely and more effectively with our parents.

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GCSE Results 2019

Batley Girls’ High School is, yet again, celebrating a continuing upward trend, building year-on-year, with excellent GCSE results. Following the exceptional A Level outcomes last week, these superb GCSE results are a credit to the students, families and staff. Co-Heads David Cooper and Julie Haigh said:“We are delighted with results this year. Students have risen to the challenge and exceeded all expectations, particularly in relation to their Key Stage 2 starting points.” “We are particularly proud of the Maths and English ‘Standard Basics’ score of 76.3 % (scoring grade 4-9 in both Maths and English), and the ‘Strong Basics’ score of 57% (scoring grade 5-9 in both Maths and English) . 100% of students studying Physics, Biology, and Chemistry scored 4-9 grades, with an average grade of 7 (equivalent of grade A). These scores are a further improvement on our best results ever in 2018.“ “E-Baccalaureate and Humanities subjects scored…

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