Year 7 Senior Learning Mentor Mr Williams with Pupil of the Year Joe Doughty 640
At this year’s Year 7 Achievement Assembly, Joe Doughty was awarded the prestigious Pupil of the Year award.
This was a very difficult decision due to the high level of achievement across the year group, but all concerned agreed that Joe was a deserving winner. He has a 100% attendance record this year; has competed strongly in the School Sports Day and Cross Country events and for the Year 7 football team; he has over 700 positive points on SIMS, and no negatives.
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This year saw the very first Barry Comprehensive Year 7 Achievement Assembly.
As a school we were very pleased to award every pupil with either a Gold, Silver or Bronze certificate Continue reading
Jack with his new BMX bike
Barry Comprehensive finished the school year on a high with the final ‘In it to win it’ draw.
Pupils in Year 7, 8 and 9 were extremely excited to find out whose ticket would be drawn to win one of 3 tablets and a BMX bike. Nathan Francis in Year 7, Ben Lewis in Year 8 and Declan Ewington with the lucky recipients of the tablets. Continue reading
The group at the end of the visit
Barry Comprehensive School students from Year 10 recently took part in a Police ‘taster’ day.
The boys were able to observe student police officers training and to examine some of the specialist equipment used by the police. There was even a chance to try out the handcuffs. Continue reading
Barry Comprehensive School’s Gothia Cup team all dressed up for Sweden thanks to Wyn Jones and Tony Colton of GMF Motors
This year Barry Comprehensive School have had the huge honour of being invited to participate in the Gothia Cup in Gothenburg Sweden.
The tournament is the largest youth football tournament in the world and is hosting over 1700 teams in various age groups across five days. The boys will be following in the footsteps of world class players like Alan Shearer, Andrea Pirlo and Xabi Alonso Continue reading
Year 7 students with hats and aprons ready to cook
A group of Year 7 students from Barry Comprehensive School enjoyed a fascinating look behind the scenes at Pizza Express recently.
The students, some from 7HQ (nurture) and some nominated by their head of year, began their visit to the popular Cardiff Bay eatery by finding out about Italy and the origin of the pizza. Continue reading
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