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Announcements

Sixth Form Applications

The deadline for applications for the Great Baddow High School Sixth Form is FRIDAY 13TH DECEMBER 2019.

APPLY HERE FOR GBHS SIXTH FORM

On GCSE results day, if you are a Year 11 student in our school we will then confirm your place at our Sixth Form. If you are at a different school, we will need you to email us your results and we can then confirm your place.

For more details please contact Mrs Ferguson (Head of Sixth Form) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Dangerous or inconsiderate cycling

All cyclists should be encouraged to wear cycle helmets although the school cannot enforce this rule and we rely on parental influence. Students have been told to cycle safely and considerately. They should not cycle on school site when arriving or leaving: in the morning the drive way is busy and after school buses and heavy traffic obscure cyclists’ view when coming onto the road, so pushing their bikes up to this point reduces the chances of an accident or a driver needing to swerve or brake suddenly.  Students must not give each other rides on their bikes as this is also potentially dangerous and increases drivers’ anxiety about likely accidents.

Students have been told about the sanctions they would receive should they ignore these instructions. We hope that we will have parental support with these actions, all of which are designed to keep children safe and reduce the risk of them becoming involved in any antisocial or otherwise unacceptable behaviour.

 

Latest News

Parent Weekly Bulletin - November 8th 2019

Read the latest edition of the Parent Weekly Bulletin - November 8th 2019

Magnus October 2019

The latest edition of Magnus, the newsletter of Great Baddow High School, is now available to read on the school website.

Magnus - October 2019

 

PhysicsFest 2019

On Sunday 20th October, Great Baddow High School again hosted the annual PhysicsFest run by the East Anglia Branch of the Institute of Physics. More than eight hundred people visited the event with many Year 10, 11, 12 and 13 students together with staff and ex-students from Great Baddow High School and KEGs volunteering as explainers and demonstrators.

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