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08/12/23

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06/12/23

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30/11/23

We've recently begun a partnership with to provide students with greater access to the world of Performing Arts. For more information on the range of backstage and front of stage courses they run, have a look at https://t.co/NGhWv0yLmg pic.twitter.com/Cul3Q4F6bx

29/11/23

We are looking for a great DT Technician who wants to join our school and assist in a very supportive department. If you, or anyone you know, is interested in this role, please click the link below:https://t.co/uZSmrKkhcc

27/11/23

All students in Years 7 & 8 took part in an Anti-bullying Assembly by the local Police. They learnt about the laws, different types of bullying and the effects that bullying can have on others. pic.twitter.com/gRfmY1FubZ

22/11/23

We want to make a difference to the homeless of Canterbury. We are in urgent need of some festive treats for our Porchlight Christmas Gift Box Appeal. Please see our website for ideas of what can be donated by 1 Dec. We need time to wrap and deliver! Thank you. pic.twitter.com/0F3BJyVEJp

20/11/23

Another group of Y8 students visited last week to see the Crown Jewels, visit the White Tower and see Traitors Gate. They also attended a Protest and Rebellion workshop which they loved! pic.twitter.com/hWaSsycDpI

17/11/23

Our Bake Sale for Children in Need raised £215.30 which is amazing from just two year groups at BMS. pic.twitter.com/YGbFidaUgP

17/11/23

There's a real & growing concern re how many young people share inappropriate images online, leading to potential exploitation, blackmail & harm from a young age & leaving a lasting digital footprint. If you share it, you're involved. Speak to the DSL team if you've concerns. pic.twitter.com/F50JEb0XsB

17/11/23

Keeping Children Safe Online - a great poster for parents to share with their children. pic.twitter.com/ZkzIp0CV8p

16/11/23

Some Year 8 students at Barton Manor were pleased to head over to Barton Court and watch talks from the BBC Bitesize Careers roadshow last week. Students learned about a wide variety of career pathways in fashion, TV production and academia. pic.twitter.com/0UcgP0YKXh

14/11/23

We are proud of our students, Moree, Shafin & Laila for putting themselves forward as advocates for the young people of Canterbury in the elections. If you are aged between 11-18 please show your support by voting online at https://t.co/9HB0aUPA2T by Friday 17 November pic.twitter.com/mahHbLdd05

10/11/23

Students in Art made a poppy dress to commemorate Remembrance pic.twitter.com/NzB7xLLHBq

10/11/23

Students visited the Memorial in Canterbury to lay a wreath on behalf of BMS for those who have fought for our country. Meeting Eric from the RBL enabled them to learn about the role of the Legion & ask questions about the memorial & the importance of Remembrance Day pic.twitter.com/ML0A1NDkrx

08/11/23

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16/10/23

After a big victory last match the Y7 football team were looking to continue their form. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case in the 1st half with SLBGS leading two goals to nil. They fought back though & within the last 10 minutes won 3-2! Great fighting spirit & determination. pic.twitter.com/WmXAPqT0oj

12/10/23

A fantastic performance by the Year 8 Football team yesterday. After failing to put away the chances in their last game, the Year 8’s finally found their shooting boots securing a 7-1 victory against St Anselm's School. The team should be proud of their performance. pic.twitter.com/1Ab30EsHM6

12/10/23

A fantastic performance by the Y8 Football team yesterday. After failing to put away the chances in the their last game, the Y8’s final found their shooting boots securing a 7-1 victory against St Anselm's School. The team should be proud of their performance. pic.twitter.com/d09YD2CXUK

11/10/23

We've once again completed a comprehensive online safety training programme and gained recognition as a NOS Certified School, demonstrating our commitment to keeping children and young people safe online. pic.twitter.com/lTA3PfLDrM

09/10/23

An excellent display by the Year 7 Football Team last week; the team were 2-0 down in the first 15 minutes and fought back to win 9-3!Stand out performers were Salako, Kapadia, and Kareem. An excellent performance from the group and a brilliant team effort. pic.twitter.com/zadGbE6Uok

08/10/23

Porchlight were delighted to receive our cheque for over £1,000 following all the fundraising the School took part in last year.Porchlight was one of the School's chosen charities and monies raised were by our very first year group which was a fantastic effort! pic.twitter.com/1qHWdrR3oH

04/10/23

Brilliant visit by some of our Y8 to seeing the Crown Jewels, enjoying a tour of the Tower's grounds and taking part in an interactive workshop. pic.twitter.com/qyQYWICLTf

28/09/23

Yesterday's guide summarized what trusted adults need to know about the potential dangers of vaping for young people. pic.twitter.com/picbMSxYPM

27/09/23

The importance of student punctuality. pic.twitter.com/R6KI6XskGk

23/09/23

We raised over £132 for Jeans for Genes this year in our Bake Sale yesterday. Thank you to everyone who baked or supplied cakes - they were enjoyed by staff and students! pic.twitter.com/A0m974CS1g

Application for Provider Access

Barton Manor School: Provider Access Policy Statement 

Ownership:  Barton Manor School

Date updated: September 2023

Rationale

High quality careers education and guidance in school or college is critical to young people’s futures. It helps to prepare them for the workplace by providing a clear understanding of the world of work including the routes to jobs and careers that they might find engaging and rewarding. It supports them to acquire the self-development and career management skills they need to achieve positive employment destinations. This helps students to choose their pathways, improve their life opportunities and contribute to a productive and successful economy.

As the number of apprenticeships rises every year, it becomes increasingly important that all young people have a full understanding of all the options available to them post-16 and post-18 including wider technical education options such as T-Levels and Higher Technical Qualifications.

Commitment 

Barton Manor School is committed to ensuring there is an opportunity for a range of education and training providers to access students, for the purpose of informing them about approved technical education qualifications and apprenticeships.  Barton Manor School is fully aware of the responsibility to set students on the path that will secure the best outcome which will enable them to progress in education and work and give employers the highly skilled people they need. That means acting impartially, in line with the statutory duty, and not showing bias towards any route, be that academic or technical. 

Barton Manor School endeavours to ensure that all students are aware of all routes to higher skills and are able to access information on technical options and apprenticeships (The Department of Education, July 2021: “Baker Clause”: supporting students to understand the full range of education and training options, and the Provider Access Legislation, January 2023).

Aims 

Barton Manor School policy for Access to other education and training providers has the following aims: 

  • To develop the knowledge and awareness of our students of all career pathways available to them, including technical qualifications and apprenticeships. 
  • To support young people to be able to learn more about opportunities for education and training outside of school before making crucial choices about their future options. 
  • To reduce drop out from courses and avoid the risk of students becoming NEET (Young people not in education, employment or training).

 

Student Entitlement 

Barton Manor School fully supports the statutory requirement for students to have direct access to other providers of further education training, technical training and apprenticeships.  The school will comply with the new legal requirement to put on at least six encounters with providers of approved technical education qualifications or apprenticeships. This will be done in assemblies and enrichment day activities, in addition to providers attending careers events at school.

Development 

This policy has been developed and is reviewed annually by the Careers Leader and Line Manager Mr A White based on current good practice guidelines by the Department for Education. 

Links with other policies 

It supports and is underpinned by key school policies including those for Careers, Child Protection, Equality and Diversity, and SEND.

Equality and Diversity 

Access to other providers is available and promoted to allow all students to access information about other providers of further education and apprenticeships. Barton Manor School is committed to encouraging all students to make decisions about their future based on impartial information. 

Requests for access

Requests for access should be directed to Mr R Wilcock, Careers Leader. Mr Wilcock may be contacted by telephone or email, rwilcock@bartonmanor.org, Tel 01227 532140. 

Grounds for granting requests for access

Access will be given for providers to attend during school assemblies, timetabled Careers or Life lessons, and Careers or Raising Aspirations events that Barton Manor is arranging. Students may also travel to visit another provider as part of the trip to be organised in partnership with Barton Manor

Details of premises or facilities to be provided to a person who is given access

Barton Manor will provide an appropriate room or assembly hall to be agreed. All rooms have computers and interactive whiteboard screens provided. Computer rooms can also be arranged. The Careers Leader will organise this, working closely with the provider to ensure the facilities are appropriate to the audience.  Appropriate safeguarding checks will be carried out.  Providers will be met and supervised by a member of the Careers Team who will facilitate.

Live/Virtual encounters

Barton Manor will consider live online encounters with providers where requested, and these may be broadcast into classrooms or the school assembly hall. Technology checks in advance will be required to ensure compatibility of systems. 

 

Parents and Carers 

Parental involvement is encouraged, and parents may be invited to attend the events to meet the providers. 

Management 

The Careers Leader coordinates all provider requests and is responsible to his/her senior management line manager. 

Complaints Procedure

Any complaints about this policy should be raised to Mr R Wilcock, email:  rwilcock@bartonmanor.org

Mr Wilcock will raise the complaint to Mr Morgan, Headteacher of Barton Manor School

Monitoring review and evaluation 

The Policy is monitored and evaluated annually via the Senior Leadership Team and governing body.

Policy Reviewed: July 2023

Appendix 

Providers who have been invited to Barton Court Academy trust events date include: 

EKC Group, ASK apprenticeships, National Horseracing College, Royal Navy, RAF, East Kent Hospital Trust, Whitstable Medical Practice, B&M,

 

Destinations data will be provided once available. As the school is within its first two years of opening, this is not possible at present.

 

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