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Great Baddow High School: a happy, safe and successful 11-18 school of which we are very proud. Whether you are a prospective parent or considering applying for a job, I hope that you will find the information on this website helpful.  However, I also strongly recommend that you visit us during the working day in order to get a real understanding of our school. We would be delighted to show you around our attractive site so that you can see students and teachers working together in well-equipped, specialist classrooms, using modern technologies and resources.

Mrs C Lynch, Headteacher

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GCE AND GCSE RESULTS DATES AND TIMES SUMMER 2019

15th August 2019

Year 13 Results: 08.30 a.m.

Year 12 IT Technical/BTEC unit results: 10.00 a.m.

 
22nd August 2019

GCSE Results

Year 11: 9.00 a.m.

Year 12/13: 9.00 a.m.

Year 10: 10.00 a.m.

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

A Level Results Day 2019

Students at Great Baddow High School have enjoyed sharing their results with friends and teachers and talking about the university courses they will now be following across the country.

Headteacher, Carrie Lynch, said;


“Our students have demonstrated the importance of hard work, determination and aspiration. We pride ourselves on the relationships between teachers and students which we think is a major contributor to students’ success, work ethic and confidence. So it is fantastic to see their delight and hear them discuss their next steps – to university for most with the vast majority achieving the grades needed for their first choice and many off to Russell Group universities.”

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Magnus - July 2019

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

Magnus - July 2019

Parent Weekly Bulletin - July 19th 2019

Read the latest edition of the Parent weekly Bulletin - July 19th 2019

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