Dear Parent, Carer or Friend of St. Ambrose Barlow,
I am sure that, like our staff, you have been deeply affected by the terrible events in Manchester city centre. As a school community we are fortunate that although some pupils and staff were present at the concert, all are alive and well. Our staff have provided as much support as possible to young people who are upset by recent events and we will continue to do so over the coming days. On Tuesday we said prayers as a staff and in each form group in memory of those killed and injured and as a gesture of solidarity with all affected by the attack.
At St. Ambrose Barlow RC High School we intend to make some changes to our school day from 1st September, 2017. These changes have been discussed with the Governing Body and we are now putting them to a consultation with parents, carers, staff, pupils and other stakeholders.
We would like to thank all parents who supported the Curriculum Evening held on 2nd March 2017. Many parents have requested copies of the presentations/ Booklet used on the evening.
Year 9 pupils at St Ambrose Barlow High School have been teaching Year 4 pupils from local primary schools how to use industry standard Architecture software – possibly a world first!
Dear Parent or Carer,
Additional Training Day: January 9th, 2017
I am writing to you to inform you that we will be holding an additional training day for staff on January 9th, 2017. This means that on that day the school will not be open to pupils and students. I apologise for any inconvenience that this causes you, but I hope that you appreciate the urgency of this day in the light of our recent inspection report. I also hope that by giving you sufficient notice of the change that you are able to put in place childcare arrangements. School will open to pupils and students at the usual time on Tuesday, January 10th...
Dear Parent or Carer,
Thank you for attending Year 11 or 13 Parents' Evening last night. The attendance for Y11 was 75% and for Y13 was 47%. I would be grateful if you could take a few moments to complete a short online survey that will allow us to judge the effectiveness of the evening and put in place improvements.
Dear Parent, Carer or Friend of St. Ambrose Barlow RC High School,
Today we were forced to evacuate the school at 12:40 pm due to a non-serious chemical spill. I am pleased to say that, as of 5:45 pm the fire and rescue services have left the building and we will be open tomorrow at the usual time. This decision has been taken in consultation with Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue and SPiE, our facilities management company, prioritising the safety of all in the school...
St Ambrose Barlow RC High School and Sixth Form welcomed students and parents, past and present to this year’s Presentation Evening at Maxwell Hall, Salford University. The evening was a fantastic celebration of the pupils’ achievements, particularly those who have just received GCSE and BTEC results, but also an opportunity to praise individual successes in different subject areas and excellence in Sport and the Arts.
Video produced by the St Ambrose Barlow RC High School Council 2016.
We were delighted to welcome English National Ballet and the Manchester International Festival to work with pupils from St. Patrick’s and our own students on dance based on the forthcoming performance of Giselle.
Thursday 7th July 2016 4:00pm - 7:00pm
I am writing to inform you that on Tuesday 5th July, members of the NUT teaching union will be taking strike action and I shall have no alternative than to close the school to pupils...
We would like to thank all parents who supported the Curriculum Evening held on 2nd March 2016, it was a huge success and many parents have subsequently requested copies of the presentations used.
As we reach the end of our 60th anniversary year we have taken the decision to update our school badge and introduce a Latin motto.
On 24th September all year 7 pupils took part in Retreat Days. These were led by RE teacher Mrs Dwyer-Moores. Pupils explored their gifts and talents, their hopes and aspirations and the unique role of a Catholic school. All pupils had a great time and even had an opportunity to rehearse their singing for the Welcome Mass that evening. Thanks for a great day year 7!
On Monday 23rd March, members of Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge Student Access Initiative delivered a presentation to all of our Year 10 MAPs.
Four Year 11 pupils from St Ambrose Barlow RC High School are the National Winners of a prestigious design competition.
A wave of enthusiasm is flowing through the Diocese of Salford. Nearly 900 young people have responded to the call from the bishop to be leaders in the Faith, witnesses to Jesus Christ proclaiming that the prevailing culture of our time is just not good enough for them.