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FAITH IN YOU

LOVE IN LEARNING

HOPE IN BETTER

this week in our school . . .

Volume 3 Issue 07/08 November 3rd, 2017

getting it right ready respectful safe

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ST AMBROSE BARLOW RC HIGH SCHOOL & SIXTH FORM


Head’s start .

Mr. Davis, Headteacher, reflects on the Mr. Davis, Headteacher, reflects on the week. week.

In the Itfirst half-term thisofacademic wewith is about thisof time year that year I meet have tried quite a few new things at St. Ambrose each Head of Department to review the Barlow. All of them areresults. about turning our school summer’s exam This involves improvement into reality; ideas and faith plenty ofplans useful and thought-provoking into action. discussion, but it is usually talking about numbers and letters. Behind this data are stories: how pupils did, how they the felt, what From the pupils point-of-view probably they liked and what they achieved. We single most significant change has been the always focus on how things can be new school day, although to a Year 7 it is simply improved welllunchtime as celebrating went ’the school day’.asOne for allwhat pupils well. As a Catholic school, exam results are and students is working well. In general, just one way of expressing the unique, Godeveryone is talents served and within 35 minutes, the It is given skills of each pupil. queuing is orderly and good-humoured important to look beyond the dataand so Iour am canteen staff work incredibly hard, supported by delighted that much more of my job involves the lunchtime and the SLT to being in supervisors classes, walking around theensure school each day smoothly. andruns talking to pupils, students and staff. If ever youhave are feeling at allwhen despondent However, there been times one or fatigued I reckon a quick tour of the school serving station has run out of food, particularly would quickly raise your spirits. Let me on when pepperoni pizza or chicken burgers are show you what I mean. Today (Thursday, the menu. We have also observed that one September 29th)afor instance, I dropped hour for lunch creates period of time at the into Year 10 GCSE Music. There, I was end of the break when many children are bored delighted to listen to performances of and would rather beNinth inside. In this half-term, Beethoven’s Symphony, Hold Back therefore, we are looking at ways to address this the River and When the Saints Go Marching issue, In. including making lunch slightly shorter. I also got to sit with Daniel and Chester as they demonstrated their prodigious DJing We are mindful, too that on lunch, some days a small the talents. Next, during I supervised canteen andhave made point of watching the number of pupils feltathat they do not have interactions place daily. enough time to eatthat andtake enjoy social timePupils and staffsoholding open forcaution one another, together, we willdoors proceed with and offering thanks, little moments of personal consult on this before we make a decision. appreciation and gratitude. Of course, things don’t always go well in a school, but it There have been a lot of handshakes around is lovely to witness a voluntary apology from the school in 9this first half-term. That is staff, because a Year to one of the lunch time or we have adopted a different approach to see one pupil help another who is unsure promoting positive relationships and attitudes to where to go for class. learning. Teachers are expected to greet every pupil at door on arrival, often with a chat with Inthe Sixth Form, I enjoyed a lengthy Aidan who both the handshake. You explained will also notice thattheory pupils of have differentiation its potential commercial been receiving moreand green writing, postcards In English theyhas were studying home application. and each member of staff been asked the play Blood Brothers and talking with to make three positive phone calls home at the and excitement about superstitions; end ofhumour each week. in Year 7 RE they were dissecting our new mission statement and exploring the Our standards expectations remain theis a personal and meanings within it. School same,busy, but we have simply decided to bustling, humming place. communicate and uphold them in an overtly positive, Catholic way. We must be doing something right! A Year 8 pupil came to me

I get to Maths to find all of Year 9 embroiled in a task that is so challenging and exciting today tell me that and he has amassed 74 green that Itowant to stay have a go myself. writing so it’s: far this thetie? school Outside “Sir,year haveand, youacross seen my staff over 8000 What achievement Canhave you issued open my bottle? did you points, but lessofthan points. And all this think last 1000 night’sbehaviour game? What time is it, Sir?” and, at least a sanctions, day, “Oh my without the need foronce heavy simply days!” It can be noisy at times and in a positive behaviour modelled by staff and community this size we can’t expect conversations between adults and pupils to fix everyone towhen get onthey withbreak each down. other all relationships It the makes time. But it is our community, and a for a much happier, more joyful school.lively, I lovely, positive one at that. strongly recommend that you read a teacher’s perspective onsingle this written by Mrs.Tulloch Perhaps the highlight of my week,on if I her blog, you can find it here: http:// had to pick, would be the conversation I had rebeccatulloch.blogspot.co.uk/2017/10/30with Mrs. Fay who is leading the reflections-on-30-days-of-my.html development of our new library. I am a library enthusiast and have been ever since The third andThe finalfurthest changereach that I of would I was little. my like to memory is is back spent in ourThere reflect upon thattoofmoments the House system. local library entranced by its colour has been some sort of house systemand for a long bright possibilities. On Twitter time at St. Ambrose Barlow, but we have never #RememberingMyLibrary reveals the hold made enough of it. This week we relaunched that such an institution has: ‘A library card with four House assemblies, one per house. was a free pass to wonderment, words and the ability to roam the world’ observes one user, whilst another quotes the wrought iron gates of Stalybridge library, ‘Read, Mark, Learn and Inwardly Digest.’ Others talk of the escape that a library represented or of the refuge it offered from an unkind world.

we are a much happier, more joyful school this year thanks to many of the changes we have put in place The houses are designed to promote a stronger Mrs. Fay spent last Saturday peacefully stacking the shelves we are inching sense of whole school and identity, to bring together closerfrom to opening. me was her pupils all years,What ratherthrilled than pupils seeing comment that several boys, some of whom themselves as belonging to a year group. affect aeach dislike of reading, were electrifiedbadge by Shortly, pupil will receive a coloured presence of a library in their school: ‘You to indicate their membership of the house. We mean I can borrow this and, like, read it, are very keen to turn the leadership of the Miss?’ was the breathless utterance of one houses to the pupils themselves. pupil. over Our library is at the heart of the school: a space for being open to and Last, but not least, Parent Council continues sharing ideas andour experiences. It is opentoplan develop at a pace, their latest venture and its shelves serve as a reminderbeing the Christmas Fair be on no December I look that there should barrier to2nd. anyone forward to seeing you there. using its volumes or seeking knowledge, solace, entertainment or information. I can’t God waitBless. to see it come to life in the weeks ahead thanks to Mrs. Fay and her band of Twitter: @BenDavis1972 helpers.

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calendar what’s on  

Year 11 Mock Interviews

TUE 07 Pre-mock revision week for Y11 starts

WED 08

Governors Resources Committee, 5 pm

THU 09

FRI 10

Act of Remembrance, 11am

SAT 11

MON 06

COMING UP THIS WEEK week beginning 06.11.17 week A

attendance We aim for 100% attendance for all of our students and have set 96% as satisfactory attendance for this year. Attendance is monitored period-by-period and statistics are published each week. Excellent attendance guarantees excellent learning. Attendance by year (October 16th):

Year 7 Year 8 year 9 year 10 year 11 School

97.5% 96.4% 96.4% 94.7% 95.4% 96.1%

Attendance and its impact on learning 10 days absence means 95% attendance 19 days absence means 90% attendance 29 days absence means 85% attendance 38 days absence means 80% attendance 47 days absence means 75% attendance Please note: If your child is off school you need to contact student services the same day on

Top: at the Siemens Rollercoaster Challenge; Below: 6th formers at the Teenage Cancer3 Trust fundraiser


Head’s . WEEKLYstart REFLECTION

Mr. Davis,Gavin Headteacher, onPriest the at St.Charles I get to Maths to find writes all of Year 9 embroiled Father Landers,reflects Assistant Borromeo each week for us. week. in a task that is so challenging and exciting that I want to stay and have a go myself. It 'Spirit is aboutofthis time of year that I meet with Outside it’s: “Sir, have you seen my tie? the living God, fall afresh on us' each Head of Department to review the Can you open my bottle? What did you summer’s exam results. This involves think of last night’s What is it, Have you ever made a promise that you knew you wouldn't keep? game? Have you evertime made a promise, plenty of useful and thought-provoking Sir?” and, at least once a day, “Oh my but secretly you are waiting for a better offer from elsewhere? Have you ever made a promise that, discussion, but had it is usually about days!” It can be sure noisyyou at times and in aword? It is the even if it you to movetalking 'heaven and earth', you would make kept to your numbers and letters. Behind this data are community this size we can’t expect same with the Gospel (good news) of Jesus: He makes promises! What kind of promise does Jesus stories: pupils did, how felt,Jesus what made plenty everyone to get on with eachhe other allhis theword, is He a make?how Well, the bible tellsthey us that of promises, but does keep they liked and what they achieved. We time. But it is our community, and a lively, person who keeps His promise? always focus on how things can be lovely, positive one at that. improved as well as celebrating what went The disciples who gathered around Jesus knew Him intimately. Matthew the former tax collector, who well. As not a Catholic school, are Perhaps the singlewith highlight my week, if I how would be a man of Hisexam word,results is transformed by his encounter Jesus.ofMatthew details just one way of expressing the unique, Godhad to pick, would be the conversation I had Jesus made an awesome promise: "I am with you always, even to the end of time" (Matt 28:20). This given talents andculmination skills of each pupil. It is with Mrs. Fay theword: where is He? promise is the of all the promises Jesus made, butwho did is heleading keep His important to look beyond the data so I am development of our new library. I am a is he in my Where is He in my pain and loneliness? Where is He in my trials and suffering? Where delighted that much more of my job involves library enthusiast and have been ever since doubts and uncertainties? St. Augustine of Hippo gives us courage by poetically putting Jesus' being in classes, walking around the school I was little. The furthest reach of my promise into a sentence: "[Jesus] did not leave heaven when He came down to us; nor did He and talking from to pupils, students and up staff. memory is back to moments spent in our withdraw us when He went again into heaven." local library entranced by its colour and If ever you are feeling at all despondent or bright possibilities. On Twitter When Jesus ascended into Heaven after His resurrection He remained with us through His Holy fatigued I reckon a quick tour of the school #RememberingMyLibrary reveals the"the holdHoly Spirit Spirit. The life of Jesus - His very Spirit - He breathed out upon the disciples so that would quickly raise your spirits. Let me that such an institution has: ‘A library card [...] will teach [us] all things and will remind [us] of everything [He] have said to [us]" (John 14:26). The show what I mean. Today wasagent a freethrough pass towhich wonderment, words and Holyyou Spirit of God, present in (Thursday, our daily lives, is the we are reminded of Jesus' September 29th) for instance, I dropped into the ability to roam the world’ observes one life, death, amd resurrection. We are also reminded that Jesus' promise of an abiding presence with Year 10realised GCSE Music. There, us is when we live inI was His Holy Spirit. user, whilst another quotes the wrought iron delighted to listen to performances of gates of Stalybridge library, ‘Read, Mark, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Hold Back Learn to and Inwardly Digest.’ of to let the This is the task for Ambrose Barlow RC High School: live in the Spirit. TheOthers Schooltalk tries the River and When the Saints Go Marching the escape that a library represented or of Spirit of Jesus take control; to guide us. Another ancient word for Spirit is Ruah - breath - the very life In.ofI God also has got to sit with the refuge it offered from Home an unkind been givenDaniel to us,and andChester as a worshipping community - School, andworld. Parish - we open asourselves they demonstrated their prodigious DJing up to the Holy Spirit, so that the Spirit will remind us of Jesus own words: "I am with you talents. supervised the Mrs.enable Fay spent Saturday peacefully always,Next, evenduring to thelunch, end ofI time" (Matt 28:20), and, us tolast know the truth of this: Jesus is with canteen and made a point of watching the stacking the shelves and we are inching me, He is not a figure of the past, He truly is alive! interactions that take place daily. Pupils and closer to opening. What thrilled me was her staff holding doors open for one another, several some of whom Jesus makes promises and keeps them, do we?comment Perhapsthat we can takeboys, this opportunity to make the offering thanks, little moments of personal affect a dislike of reading, were electrified by to invite promise once again: to let Jesus in, to allow Him to come and transform our lives from within; appreciation and gratitude. Of course, presence of a library in their school: ‘You His Holy Spirit to work in us to remind us that the promises made by Jesus are true. He is with us! things don’t always go well in a school, but it mean I can borrow this and, like, read it, is A lovely to witness a voluntary apology from Miss?’ was the breathless utterance of one Month of Happy Saints a Year 9 to one of the lunch time staff, or pupil. Our library is at the heart of the see one pupil help another who is unsure a space for being open to and This week we celebrated the Feast of All Saintsschool: with Mass in school at lunch time attended by pupils, where to go for class. sharing ideas and experiences. It is openstaff, parents & carers and Governors. This month the music we play at the changeover between planof and shelves serve as a reminder lessons has been selected by Father Gavin as part ouritsHappy Saints initiative. Each form has In adopted Sixth Form, I enjoyed a lengthy that there barrier to anyone a Saint and many pupilschat are with proudly wearing theirshould Saintsbe onno their blazers. Inspiration Aidan who explained both the theory of using its volumes or seeking knowledge, abounds! differentiation and its potential commercial solace, entertainment or information. I can’t application. In English they were studying wait to see it come to life in the weeks the play Blood Brothers and talking with ahead thanks to Mrs. Fay and her band of humour and excitement about superstitions; helpers. in Year 7 RE they were dissecting our new mission statement and exploring the Ben Davis, Headteacher personal meanings within it. School is a Twitter: @BenDavis1972 busy, bustling, humming place. 2

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Head’s PUPILstart FOCUS.JOSH Hart Y10 


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Science club preparing the beds for winter sowing; art classes out and about in Blackpool and Salford; former pupil Vicky Burrows (2010) performed at the Bolton Octagon.

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A wonderful Year 7 Mass of Welcome at St. Edmund’s in Little Hulton. Bishop John celebrated Mass for us.

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Parentstart council Head’s .

Mr. Davis, Headteacher, reflects on the I get to Maths to find all of Year 9 embroiled Parent Council week. in a task is so and exciting We set-up the school's first-ever Parent Council this spring asthat a way of challenging providing a greater voice to that I want to stay and have a go myself. you as parents and carers and to develop your involvement in school life. At a time when we are It is about this priorities time of year that I meet it’s: of “Sir, have you my working on many to improve our with school the Outside role played parents and seen parers is tie? vital. The each Head of Department to review the Can you open my bottle? What did you social Parent Council meets once every half-term to discuss a variety of issues. They also organise exam results. This involves think lasta night’s game? What time is it,and andsummer’s fundraising events to support the school. In June theyofran very successful cricket social plenty of useful and thought-provoking Sir?” and, at least once a day, “Oh my now, as you will have read above, they are working on a Christmas Fair. The objectives of the Parent discussion, days!” It can be noisy at times and in a Council are to but it is usually talking about numbers and letters. Behind this data are community this size we can’t expect stories: how pupils did, how they felt, what everyone to get on with each other all the · Support the school in its work with pupils they liked and what they achieved. We time. But and it is our community, and a lively, · Promote partnership between the school, parents, pupils the wider community always focus on how things can be lovely, positive one at that. · Encourage activities which support the education and welfare of all pupils as well as celebrating went · improved Represent the views of parentswhat on educational and other matters. well. As a Catholic school, exam results are Perhaps the single highlight of my week, if I just one way of expressing the unique, Godbe the conversation I had The current chair of the Parent Council is Sarah Bell had and to thepick, nextwould meeting takes place on November given talents and skills of each pupil. It is with Mrs. Fay who is leading the 14th in the school. important to look beyond the data so I am development of our new library. I am a delighted that much more of my job involves and been ever since The Chair of Parent Council is Sarah Bell who has a library son in enthusiast Year 10 and thehave Secretary is Kate Parkes, being in classes, walking around the school I was little. The furthest reach of my who has a daughter in Year 8. and talking to pupils, students and staff. memory is back to moments spent in our local should library entranced byfor its raising colour and The Parent Council email address is below This address not be used issues about If ever you are feeling at all despondent or bright possibilities. On Twitter individual pupils or families - these should be addressed to the school. You can support the Parent fatigued I reckon quick tour of the school #RememberingMyLibrary reveals the hold Council on Twitter asawell. would quickly raise your spirits. Let me that such an institution has: ‘A library card show you what I mean. Today (Thursday, was a free pass to wonderment, words and Email: sabparentcouncil@outlook.com September 29th) for instance, I dropped into the ability to roam the world’ observes one Twitter: @SAB_ParentC Year 10 GCSE Music. There, I was Facebook: St Ambrose Barlow parents (official group)user, whilst another quotes the wrought iron delighted to listen to performances of gates of Stalybridge library, ‘Read, Mark, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Hold Back Learn and Inwardly Digest.’ Others talk of Parent Form Representatives the River and When the Saints Go Marching the escape that a library represented or of As part of the work of the Parent Council we would like to establish a system of parent form In. I also got to sit with Daniel and Chester the refuge it offered from an unkind world. representatives for Year 7 forms. Their role would be to liaise with other parents to improve homeas they demonstrated their prodigious DJing school communication and to develop the involvement of all parents in school life. They would also talents. Next, during lunch, I supervised the Mrs. Fay spent last Saturday peacefully liaise on occasion with form tutors. If you are interested in undertaking this role, please contact me canteen and made a point of watching the stacking the shelves and we are inching directly - we only need one representative for each form. interactions that take place daily. Pupils and closer to opening. What thrilled me was her staff holding doors open for one another, comment that several boys, some of whom offering thanks, little moments of personal affect a dislike of reading, were electrified by appreciation and gratitude. Of course, presence of a library in their school: ‘You things don’t always go well in a school, but it mean I can borrow this and, like, read it, is lovely to witness a voluntary apology from Miss?’ was the breathless utterance of one a Year 9 to one of the lunch time staff, or pupil. Our library is at the heart of the see one pupil help another who is unsure school: a space for being open to and where to go for class. sharing ideas and experiences. It is openplan and its shelves serve as a reminder In Sixth Form, I enjoyed a lengthy chat with that there should be no barrier to anyone Aidan who explained both the theory of using its volumes or seeking knowledge, differentiation and its potential commercial solace, entertainment or information. I can’t application. In English they were studying wait to see it come to life in the weeks the play Blood Brothers and talking with ahead thanks to Mrs. Fay and her band of humour and excitement about superstitions; helpers. in Year 7 RE they were dissecting our new mission statement and exploring the Ben Davis, Headteacher personal meanings within it. School is a Twitter: @BenDavis1972 busy, bustling, humming place. 2

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Another successful 6th form taster day. We’re open for applications and filling up fast for 2018. The Open Morning is November 25th.

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Great to welcome CAFOD to the school to work with Year 7

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Shervin (Year 13) winning his Student of Year award from the EY Foundation amazing achievement. The School Council is in full swing and making the difference around the school. Young people come first.

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Amazing poetry developed and written by Year 7 in their oracy lessons. At St. Ambrose we believe in helping you find your voice.

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The half-term trip to Munich - an inspiring experience, especially those 70s hairdryers.

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The daily rosary walks for all pupils and staff led by Fr. Gavin. The fabulous monologue evening.

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Seven week’s worth of Hot Chocolate Fridays, celebrating young people who go above and beyond.

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YOUR AMBROSE... YOUR FUTURE 


Chloe Haynes Adult Nursing The University of Salford

Peter Fox

FAITH INFootball YOU Coaching LOVE IN LEARNING HOPE IN BETTER & Business Management Buckinghamshire New University (Ethiad)

John Lloyd Done Adult Nursing Manchester Metropolitan University

Alex Jackson Joinery Traineeship The Skills Company

ST AMBROSE BARLOW RC HIGH SCHOOL & SIXTH FORM Lucy Hoyle

Brickwork Apprenticeship www.stambrosebarlowswinton.org Carillion

37 Ash Drive Swinton Salford M27 9QP 0161 921 1570 @SABSalford

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CELEBRATING OUR Year13 LEAVERS St Ambrose Barlow RC Sixth Form College A National School of Creativity

YOUR AMBROSE... YOUR FUTURE Chloe Shaw Adult Nursing The University of Salford

Jacqueline Ndebele Childrens’ Nursing UCLAN

Maisie Tunnacliffe Games Design - Visual Arts/Media The University of Salford

Alison More Mental Health Nursing The University of Manchester

Nathan Archer Sports Business Management Manchester Metropolitan University

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TWEET OF THE WEEK david @db5mpo Oct 29

Well done Charlotte scoring a try in your debut for Cheshire u18s. @SABSalford @sedgleyminis @rugbytotsbbp

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