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13/07/20

Year 8 have ended their work on space by using and/or the . Here are spiral galaxies classified by Julia, Hayden and Erin, and Ryley's Jupiter (with three moons) https://t.co/1HZogj9NaB

06/07/20

Temporary part time Teacher of RE (maternity cover) at Barton Court Grammar School https://t.co/vKDG4Q7quw

06/07/20

Temporary part time Teacher of Sociology (maternity cover) at Barton Court Grammar School https://t.co/CkQDti9Kxh

06/07/20

Temporary Teacher of Sociology & RE (maternity cover) at Barton Court Grammar School https://t.co/ZbGOVzTlZl

29/06/20

Nat School Wk students in KS3/KS4 were set sporting challenges created by the Year 12 Sports class, look on your Yr Grps Teams channels where the challenges have been posted, remember to email scores to Mr White to receive your BCGS reward pts

29/06/20

We are looking for a great part time Psychology Teacher in September - see our website for more details. Pass it on if you know someone please.

20/05/20

Sadly due to the current circumstances our Y5 Taster Day that we had planned to hold on Saturday 27 June will not now happen. We hope to be back with it again next year though.

20/05/20

You can also ring Childline on 0800 1111 if you are a child or young person who is a victim, or are worried about domestic violence in your home.

20/05/20

Support is still available from domestic abuse services in Kent for victims & those worried about loved ones. Visit https://t.co/9F5hZVVI3t for local support services & advice or contact the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247 - 24 hrs

19/05/20

Aged between 10-16 and need mental health support? Kooth is . Please visit https://t.co/IfSbmSYdvR to register for our supportive online community where we have lots of guided support courses and resources for you.

18/05/20

If you are concerned about a young person’s mental health & are not sure what extra help is needed you can call the Single Point of Access (SPA) on 0300 1234496. The SPA is there to help you explore the difficulties & find the most appropriate response.

06/03/20

Looking forward to welcoming visitors to our Open Morning today for Y6 Parents and students, 9.15-10.45am

05/03/20

Lots of great activities at BCGS today for Enrichment - Streetwise, Team Building, First Aid, Careers - a full on day packed with interesting topics.

27/02/20

The sun is shining and we are starting up the Bee Keeping Club again. Just waiting for warmer weather and active bees. Honey coming soon! https://t.co/aXms10IuNk

14/02/20

Wishing all our students on the Italian Skiing Trip a fantastic time - be safe! https://t.co/b8Ut9OgC9B

11/02/20

Thank you for our NOS Award. We're proud to be helping to make the internet a safer place for our students. Our staff, parents and students continue to be better informed about how to reduce online risks. . https://t.co/eYCMi7ZzoO

10/02/20

In Safer Internet Week we are looking forward to welcoming parents who have booked onto our Internet Safety Parents Evening tomorrow at 4.30pm.

07/02/20

Retweeted From 🌈The STEM Hub

Another great British Science Week with hands on fun and low cost activities to support teachers during . Informed teachers about and how this can be run within their school https://t.co/7VPmtxkiev

07/02/20

We're looking for a great Assistant Headteacher to join our senior leadership team - if you are interested please see our website for more details. https://t.co/7dOLBBOok4

30/01/20

We've taken delivery of a fantastic brand new mini bus, a Peugeot Boxer Lite. Our old buses were on their last legs so we're excited to be able to transport students to fixtures & trips with confidence. Thanks to all who contributed to the voluntary fund which helped purchase it. https://t.co/sBXPXS2KHT

29/01/20

What a lovely day for Bikeability - students gaining practical experience and confidence on the roads whilst out in the sunshine. https://t.co/SfXWsnFM8X

29/01/20

Retweeted From Canterbury Rotary

Started on your entries yet or thinking🤔of entering? Check out eligibility & other deets here: https://t.co/5nrtW57llE https://t.co/asRdrjYZfj

29/01/20

Don't forget our Sixth Form Open Evening tonight, 6.45pm-9pm. We're looking forward to meeting you. https://t.co/M8r1hl5IVy

28/01/20

We loved welcoming the students from the Chinese school, Belacosta in Sao Paula, Brazil. Shadowing their buddies they made new friends and impressed us with their ability to speak Mandarin, English and Portuguese! https://t.co/Hfc8XXPvoH

24/01/20

Y8 students designed, budgeted and built Lego houses this week to very strict guidelines, calculating dimensions, quantities and planning. Housebuilders of the future perhaps. https://t.co/JFfv6WWADp

22/01/20

Come and see what Sixth Form life is like at Barton Court on Wednesday 29 January - 6.45pm-9.00pm. We're looking forward to meeting you. https://t.co/bJiJqhPUuT

21/01/20

Second in Mathematics (TLR2c) at Barton Court Grammar School https://t.co/KmJhPp7FPy

20/01/20

Retweeted From The Good Grief Trust

This is one of our most popular posts. We hope it helps. Pls share. https://t.co/ras62MWfov

20/01/20

Welcome to 9 students and 2 staff from the Chinese school, Belacosta in Sao Paulo. These talented students speak English, Portuguese and Mandarin! They're here all week getting to know life in an English school.

17/01/20

A reminder that our Sixth Form Open Evening is on Wednesday 29 January 6.45pm-9.00pm. Come and see what Sixth Form is like at Barton Court, great staff, lovely new buildings and brilliant teaching & learning.

01/05/19

Our Y5 Taster Morning on Saturday 29 June 2019 is now open for bookings. Primary school pupils in Y5 are eligible to attend for a taster of life at Barton Court. Places are already being booked so don't delay! Details on our website.

05/03/19

Congratulations to our Y10 Basketball Team who finished in 3rd place in the Kent Youth Games last week. https://t.co/6kKwq8sNNh

06/02/19

Thank you for a great session on Sports Psychology - oh to be this relaxed! https://t.co/3L4q5O7Uno

06/02/19

Sorry we've been a little quiet on Twitter lately so just catching up. We will definitely investigate this and can only apologise if our students were involved. Thank you for bringing it to our attention.

06/02/19

Retweeted From Tmesis Theatre

Brilliant first show of in Canterbury & workshop with the fantastic students thanks for having us! https://t.co/8XS6LCw3zf

06/02/19

Retweeted From Sarah Harvey

therapy escape room challenge careers event, student groups work hard to assess Mr.Davies -great fun! https://t.co/yVrFpVwN8S

06/02/19

Retweeted From Jenner

Great to be back at today at their careers fair. Using our top trump job cards to help inspire the students with careers in construction! https://t.co/azeSRUk5wb

06/02/19

Retweeted From Health & Care Engagement Team

had a great 👍🏼 morning for a Focus Day for students thanks to Sue , Sarah , Edith, Jacqueline, Cindy, Elena, Rachel and Michelle. Some fab engagement ladies! 🤩 https://t.co/4ZnesHlRx2

03/12/18

Tired, muddy legs equals Cross Country runs! https://t.co/X9r63bLvqg

18/10/18

BCGS is again celebrating following publication of provisional progress scores for Y11 students in 2018. Provisional scores show we are the 2nd best school in the area for the progress students make from Y7 & the leading co-ed grammar in the local area by a significant margin.

Uniform

Simmonds

Please visit our Uniform Suppliers website at https://simmonds-ltd.com/barton-court-grammar-school/ for online ordering, as well as helpful fitting and measurement guides.


The aim of the school uniform & dress code is to:

  1. promote a shared identity and foster pride in the School
  2. ensure dress appropriate for the working day
  3. promote equality and avoid issues of comparison & peer pressure

Students are expected to be smart. School uniform is to be worn correctly at all times during the school day including to and from School as well as for visits and school events unless otherwise noted. Non-school uniform days students clothing should be smart casual and suitable for the business of the day, normal regulations regarding jewellery, hair and make-up apply on these days.

Girls

Uniform List

Details

Blazer*

School blue blazer with school badge

 

Blouse*

School white formal, open neck, rever shirt with school badge.

Must be tucked in

Jumper*

(Optional)

School blue V-necked jumper with trimmed neckband and school badge

Optional. This is the only jumper permitted

Tartan Skirt*

 

School tartan skirt available from the uniform supplier

Tartan skirt, no more than 6cm above or below the knee. Compulsory for Y7-9 students and optional for Y10 – 11.

Black Skirt

(Y10-Y11 only)

School black skirt. We recommend that this is obtained from the uniform suppliers to ensure the correct design.

Plain black pleated, no more than 6cm above or below the knee. No extra pockets, buttons, belts or zips.

Trousers

School black trouser. We recommend that these are obtained from the uniform suppliers to ensure the correct design.

Plain black full length tailored, straight legged, trouser. No fashion trousers, no flare or narrowing, no bootleg, no extra pockets, buttons, belts or zips.

Socks

Dark socks with trousers, black or white with skirt

 

Tights

Plain black or natural

No patterned tights

Tights must not be ripped

Boys

Uniform List

Details

Blazer*

School blue blazer with school badge

 

Shirt

White shirt – conventional classic design with stiffened collar. 

Must be tucked in with top button fastened.

Short sleeves with the school logo allowed for the Summer term as part of Summer dress code – see below

Tie*

KS3 School blue tie with badge for years 7 & 8.

KS4 School blue tie with badge for years 9 – 11

Or other official tie awarded to student

Tie to be worn correctly with the logo visible and top button fastened

 

Jumper*

(Optional)

School blue V-necked jumper with trimmed neckband and school badge

Optional. This is the only jumper permitted

Trousers

Black tailored trousers; traditional cut

Belt is optional for boys but must be discrete if worn. Trousers to be worn correctly around the waist.

Socks

Dark socks with trousers

 

General Uniform

Uniform List

Details

Shoes

Black leather flat or low heeled shoes* not ankle boots

No trainers, no trainer shoes. No “Ugg” boots

* Open-toed or backless sandals are not allowed at any time for health and safety reasons.

Coat

Dark weatherproof outer coat should be smart and worn over the blazer. (Reflective arm bands aid visibility in the winter.)

Rainproof jacket available from the PE list is suitable. Coats must not display any slogans or offensive logos

Bags

The recommended school bag is a rucksack

Bags must have an over the shoulder strap. No fashion bags, no handbags, no excessive adornments (non-functional buckles, straps, plaid handles, chains, studs, scarves etc). No plastic bags

Science*

White laboratory coat.

Safety spectacles are provided when necessary

Safety spectacles are provided where necessary and students may buy their own pair if they wish (available from Science Dept.  at approx. £3)

Design Technology*

Blue apron appropriate for workshop & all practical work.

 

 

White laboratory coat and blue DT apron are compulsory for Years 7 – 11.

Summer Uniform - Term 6 only

UNIFORM LIST

Details

Shirt/Blouse*

White short sleeve shirt/blouse with school badge (replaces the normal shirt for boys and worn with no tie)

Shirt to be tucked into trousers/skirts

Jumper optional

 

Blazer*

Must be worn to and from school and during the school day as normal

 

In particularly hot weather, students will be allowed to leave blazers in lockers/bags during the school day.

PE Kit - Year 7 - 11

Uniform List

Details

Polo Shirt*

Navy/Sky/white polo shirt

“Female fit” and “unisex fit” available

Must be purchased from school suppliers

Shorts*

Navy/sky/white shorts

Must be purchased from school suppliers. Optional for girls

Skort*

Navy/sky/white skort

Must be purchased from school suppliers. Girls may wear short and/or skort

Tracksuit trousers*

Navy/white with school initials

Must be purchased from school suppliers.

 

Sports leggings

Navy – white BCGS on calf

Must be purchased from school suppliers.

Girls may wear leggings or tracksuit trousers.

Hooded Top* and/or Rugby shirt*

Navy/Sky/white hoody and/or

Navy/sky/white reversible rugby shirt

Must be purchased from school suppliers.

Students may wear rugby shirt and/or the hooded top.

Socks

Long game socks – navy

 

Waterproof Training Jacket   (optional)

Navy/white with school initials

Must be purchased from school suppliers.

Can be worn for sports or as weatherproof jacket over the blazer. Available to order

Durable Baselayer

(Optional)

White, long sleeved

May be worn under the polo shirt on cold days

Trainers

A sports trainer that is suitable for indoor use with a non-marking sole and sufficient ankle support.

Trainers with discrete colouring are preferred

Canvas trainers of a plimsole/vans/ converse style are not appropriate.

Boots

Studded boots for hockey and football  + shin pads

 

Uniform Supplier & Other Information

*UNIFORM SUPPLIER

S. Simmonds & Son Ltd

 

Tel: 01892 510123 

www.simmonds-ltd.com

Please note:     

(1) Official school badges only

(2) No jewellery - except for watch & one small, discreet stud in each earlobe if necessary.  (To be handed in for PE).

(3) No other visible body piercing or tattoos

(4) Make-up: none visible Years 7 – 9; minimal & discreet (if worn)  Years 10 - 11.   No coloured nail varnish.

(5) Hair: no extremes of fashion; no obvious dyes (natural colour only). Hair clips/scrunchies, etc. should be discreet.

(6) Hair, shoulder length or longer, must be tied back for science and all practical lessons

       (7) The following items are not allowed:   

  • denim coats/jackets,sweatshirts, hooded sweaters, etc
  • jeans, denims, cords, laced ordecorated trousers;extremes of widthfor trouser legs
  • suede / leather boots
  • visible polo–necked or other sweaters etc. under shirts
  • caps/hats - except outside in extreme weather then plain navy blue  

 

(8) In the event of a medical condition necessitating trainers these must be black & student must have a dated

letter of explanation from parent/doctor

      All clothing and kit must be clearly named with the student’s full forename & surname

Documents

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