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Announcements

Open Evening

Open Evening takes place on Tuesday 1st October 2019 from 6.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m. (Students finish school at 12.30 p.m.)

The Headteacher's presentations will take place at 6.15 p.m, 7.00 p.m and 7.45 p.m. Entry to presentations is by ticket only, therefore please collect a ticket on arrival.

Wednesday 2nd October 2019 is an Inset Day (Non Pupil Day)

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.

Sixth Form Notice

Wednesday 18th September: Year 13 Parents Meeting at 7.00 p.m. 'Empowering You'

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Parent Weekly Bulletin - September 13th 2019

Read the latest edition of the Parent Weekly Bulletin - September 13th 2019

Parent Weekly Bulletin - September 6th 2019

Read the latest edition of the Parent Weekly Bulletin - September 6th 2019

Great Baddow High School’s Triple Science results exceed expectation (and so do Sir’s results!)

Building on the sustained excellent outcomes in physics, chemistry and biology, Great Baddow High School entered 119 students for Triple Science this year – significantly more than the national average.

The decision more than paid off with an outstanding 28 grade 9s achieved and 35% of grades at 7 or above. 70% achieved all three sciences at grade 5 or above and 92% at grade 4 or above

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