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17/09/21

And we wore Jeans for Genes Day https://t.co/eesdF6PCWh

17/09/21

Some of our Y12 aspiring medical students took part in a virtual outreach event hosted by the BMA today. Presentations by a current medical student & 2 practicing doctors sharing insights & personal experience followed by a panel discussion. Thank you

15/09/21

We're supporting this Friday with a non school uniform day - hoping to raise lots of cash for this amazing charity. https://t.co/ccmYzuuwDh

14/09/21

We're looking for a Temporary Teaching Assistant to start as soon as possible. Click here to find out more if this interests you: https://t.co/S8uKA02T54

14/09/21

Open Morning Tours for the new free School Barton Manor can now be booked. Places are limited. Click here to access the booking form. https://t.co/B10eo1NpX2

08/09/21

Our rising star in tennis, Ben, has had an incredible summer of success in various matches, even playing & winning the Road to Wimbledon 14u Tournament on the practice courts - Singles & Doubles Winner - amazing. Congratulations Ben! https://t.co/w0J7eOcNPX

07/09/21

The new build at Barton Manor School has really progressed over the summer. On schedule for completion next February. https://t.co/tdLw6vBfKk

01/09/21

The applications process for the new free school, Barton Manor School, is open today, 1 Sept. Apply online for a Y7 place only using the link below. Closing date Friday 10 December 2021. https://t.co/Svaz5Vxc89

26/08/21

Congrats to ex-student Harvey Lintott now playing professionally at Gills FC for scoring the winning penalty in a recent match against AFC Wimbledon. Thanks Kent Pro for the images. https://t.co/lD5hzvZoDs

25/08/21

Students and staff raised an incredible total of £7,773.09 for the School's chosen charities last year. Thanks to everyone who contributed.

24/08/21

We're looking for an experienced and qualified BCAT Trust Estates Manager/Site Manager for The Charles Dickens School. Please follow the link below for more information. We'd love to hear from you if this is something you're interested in. https://t.co/9LQFVMuHy2

23/08/21

Congratulations to our A Level students for some amazing results. In particular to the 14 students out of a cohort of 105 who have been awarded three or more A*/Distinction* grades in their subjects. A tremendous achievement! https://t.co/H5TURqjUJ4

23/08/21

Please see the link below to view the full Barton Manor School consultation summary report and associated appendices. App 1 provides an executive summary of the responses received and App 2 provides a summary of the FAQs, and the Trust responses. https://t.co/MraVOBzSNK

05/08/21

Sports Day wasn't quite the same again this year, but at least we managed to get out and enjoy year group Sports Mornings and Afternoons and the weather was kind to us! https://t.co/nLlNW1UXmR

30/07/21

Our new school magazine, The Barton Press, has launched. Check it out at https://t.co/OB6unVuQnc https://t.co/THsnqlCzi2

14/07/21

Wow, what a lovely treat from a grateful parent for all our hard work this year! Very gratefully received by all the staff. https://t.co/O5eduTIniG

06/07/21

New Sixth Form students enjoyed their two Induction Days at BCGS last week sampling their chosen A Level subjects ready for September, followed by a BBQ - in the rain! https://t.co/JpsyoDfIH4

02/07/21

Here's the winner of our Pride Flag Competition as voted for by the whole community. Brilliant isn't it? https://t.co/JWrXPQUbEq

01/07/21

We're rather proud of our English Teacher, Mr Hodgson, who has published his first novel. Congratulations! https://t.co/hgkezQxAoG

29/06/21

Just a couple of the brilliant entries for our Pride Flag competition https://t.co/YzW3Wgdr63

21/06/21

Last chance to contribute to the BMS, free school, consultation which closes tomorrow at 9am. We'd love to hear your views. https://t.co/f77nVQMuLS

15/06/21

Retweeted From The Charles Dickens School

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/higUSGiI3R

15/06/21

Retweeted From The Charles Dickens School

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/XXvQ8e8LcI

15/06/21

Retweeted From The Charles Dickens School

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/Nbk6wNxmgi

15/06/21

Retweeted From The Charles Dickens School

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/t8mqltsUi1

15/06/21

Barton Manor School is really taking shape now! https://t.co/tFicNJicda

11/06/21

Retweeted From The Charles Dickens School

The School’s Anti-Bullying Team are working to create a reflection area for children who need somewhere to go when they want some quiet time. The garden coming into bloom now but there is still a lot of work to be done! https://t.co/ZbvTTCK9wk

11/06/21

Retweeted From The Charles Dickens School

Hospitality & Catering: 20 of our talented Year 9 Hospitality students are currently involved in an extra-curricular programme with Luna Training, developing skills in Hospitality (Front of House) and Catering (Back of House). https://t.co/UFdMwE5o9G

11/06/21

Our consultation for the new free school, Barton Manor, ends on 22 June at 9am. We'd love to hear your feedback so click here https://t.co/MraVOBzSNK to let us have your views. https://t.co/rHBBjY61e2

08/06/21

To mark Pride month this year, we are running a "Pride flag" competition! We are calling on our students to get creative, and to make a visual representation of one of the Pride flags. The competition is open to all year groups, and closes on Friday 25th June. https://t.co/v2TTHUzJG1

27/05/21

Lady Colgrain, , & the Lord Mayor of Canterbury along with other dignitories visited Barton Manor School new build for the Topping Out Ceremony on Tuesday this week. Fabulous views from the roof and the rain held off ! https://t.co/gY98sHwAAW

27/05/21

Retweeted From Kent Police (UK)

Does your child know how to stay safe online? Talk to them about the capabilities of their devices, how to create a strong password and why they should not upload or share any private information or images. For more guidance, visit: https://t.co/wdqcYTSEqj https://t.co/rrorppgbqg

26/05/21

Retweeted From National Online Safety

Message received ✉ But from who? This week’s guide uncovers the risks around TextMe, the popular messaging app which encourages anonymity online 🕵 Desktop: https://t.co/QF3rLBwuRf Download app: https://t.co/mjqP2JW4SH https://t.co/thiyEcPDKq

26/05/21

Retweeted From The Charles Dickens School

Wellbeing Wednesday: This week students are looking at ‘readaxation’ To be able to relax shouldn’t be a luxury but an essential to mental health and wellbeing. Burying your nose in a book is the perfect way to relax! https://t.co/osbCGtvdal

26/05/21

Students and staff raised £1229.21 from our Non Uniform Day last Friday for our chosen charities this year.

25/05/21

We're celebrating the Topping Out Ceremony of the new free school, Barton Manor, today. Looking forward to posting pics of the fabulous views from the roof and welcoming the Lord-Lieutenant, the Lady Colgrain and the Lord Mayor of Canterbury, to the event. https://t.co/tLYpVVlwGf

25/05/21

Max & Sanju ran to school last Friday morning in very blustery conditions raising £578 for the Canterbury Food Bank. Click here to support them: https://t.co/3A4jW2iTLB https://t.co/otEtIP2IWs

19/05/21

Simmonds are offering 10% off BCGS uniform for online orders between 22 May-10 July + free delivery. Don't forget they now have a new shop, J7 M20, at Newnham Court Shopping Village. https://t.co/YojrKs1pDv

19/05/21

Retweeted From Kent County Council

Moodspark is packed full of activities, information, and resources to help young people understand what resilience is, and how to better take care of their emotional wellbeing. Moodspark is . https://t.co/B5WT8y12WY https://t.co/Vmv6zM8MNo

17/05/21

We've added a FAQ sheet to our Consultation page on the Barton Manor School website, click here to access this for further answers to any questions you may have regarding our new free school opening in September 2022. https://t.co/MraVOBzSNK

SEN

At Barton Court Grammar School, we are committed to Quality First Teaching and personalised provision, in accordance with the SEN Code of Practice 2015.  Learners’ needs are met through a graduated approach starting at a whole-school level of personalised teaching, with additional support that can be introduced to overcome barriers.  Provision maps for SEN students are subject to regular review, involving the student, parents/ carers and teachers. This ensures provision maps continually evolve with our students’ development to maximise successes and to overcome emergent or developing needs. We have a dedicated SEN department to ensure quality support in school and we have effective partnerships with specialist teaching and learning services to fully cater for a wide range of learning needs within the grammar school setting.

What is the Special Educational Needs (SEN) information report?

The SEN information report details the provision that Barton Court Grammar School offers to students with special education and disability needs. To find out more about the new SEND Code of Practice, visit the "SEND Code of Practice: 0 to 25 Years" at https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/398815/SEND_Code_of_Practice_January_2015.pdf

SEN Information

A child or young person has SEN if they have a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for him or her.  At Barton Court Grammar School we are determined to identify and meet the needs of all students in order to allow them to achieve or exceed their potential.  Our school building is accessible via lifts and has disabled toilets.

Total number of students on roll: 998
Number of students with EHCPs: 1
Number of students identified as SEN support: 78
Number of students identified as having a disability: 1

Please note: decisions on the admission of pupils with an Education, Health and Care plan are made by the Local Authority.

If you wish to find out more about Kent Local Offer, please following this link:

http://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/special-educational-needs

If you wish to find out more information on the new SEND Mainstream Core Standards, please use the link below:

MCS Guide:

https://www.kelsi.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/117256/Special-educational-needs-mainstream-core-standards.pdf

Parent Version:

https://www.kelsi.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/117257/Special-educational-needs-mainstream-core-standards-guide-for-parents.pdf

Our Team:

Mr M Halpin - BCGS SENCo - E-Mail: mhalpin@bartoncourt.org
Mr D Long - BCAT SENCo - E-Mail: dlong@bartoncourt.org

Mr Halpin our SENCo works with Mr Long, BCAT SENCo to ensure excellence in SEN provision. In school the SEN Department works alongside our team of Learning Mentors who provide 1:1 learning support in our learning resource centre and wellbeing room as well as classroom based support. The interventions provided are tailor made to the student and their specific learning need.

SEN Support

At Barton Court we aim to promote independence through empowering and encouraging our students in making an informed decision with regards to the care and support they require whilst at school. To ensure this happens all staff members are made aware of the SEN needs of their students and the provisions that are in place to assist the student’s in their learning. Any additional support or interventions that are required will be implemented to ensure the students are not prevented from making progress.

Our teachers know that our all our students learn in different ways and are capable of achievement. Getting to know the student individually and ensuring they know the relevant information with regards to their learning need is essential to good differentiation. It is important to us that our students feel supported in school, which will in turn allow them to work effectively in an accepting classroom environment.

We are an inclusive school and work closely with our students, their parents and outside agencies. We ensure all relevant parties are informed of the students’ progress and guide all our students to success.

At Barton Court Grammar School we can make provision for every kind of frequently occurring special educational need with or without a statement of Special Educational Needs / Education, Health and Care Plan, under the four main areas of need:

  1. Communication, Speech and Language – Stammers, Tourette’s, Selective Mutism and verbal processing difficulties.
     
  2. Cognition and Learning – Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dysgraphia and Specific Learning Difficulties.
     
  3. Social, mental and emotional health – Autistic Spectrum Disorders, anxiety, mental health needs.
     
  4. Sensory and/or physical – Visual and Hearing Impairment, epilepsy, functioning and mobility conditions.

We have the ability to support a wide range of Special Educational Needs. If a less frequent area of need which is less familiar to us at Barton Court Grammar School and requires further support, we can access training and advice from external agencies to ensure that the kind of need and support required can be met.

The links here relate to those students who have difficulties that affect their learning and are recognised as needing specific types of support. Follow the links below to find out more about how we work to support young people with a range of additional needs.

Frequently Asked Questions
Communication and Interaction Guidance
Literacy and Learning
Sensory and Physical
Social, Emotional, and Mental Health