Welcome To Baysgarth School

Serving the communities of Barton-upon-Humber and the surrounding villages of North Lincolnshire for over 35 years, Baysgarth School has a proud history. A specialist technology college since 2006, it continues to encourage the best from every one of its students.

Announcements & Useful Documents


Please note that Baysgarth’s 6th Form Surgery will take place on Wednesday 3rd September 2014 from 11.00 am until 1.00 pm in the 6th Form Annexe. This will be an opportunity for 6th Form pupils to enrol at Baysgarth, discuss course information and formalise their timetables. If they do not have any issues then their first initial start day will be Thursday 4th September 2014.

6th Form pupils will begin their first lessons on Thursday 4th September 2014 at 9.10 am (Period 1).

Adobe Reader Document (PDF) Annual Year 9 Curriculum Choices Process - Spring Term 2014

Year 9 students are now approaching a very important stage of their education, where key decisions need to be made. It is important that students think carefully about these choices as they will have a direct impact on later decisions about potential Level 3 courses and apprenticeships, and ultimately about university routes (should that be their preference), and of course the world of work.

Further information and links to useful documents are in the attached PDF file.


We have three link teachers and ten pupils fundraising for the Zambia and Botswana Expedition which will take place in July 2015. The pupils have to individually raise £3,330 to fund the whole trip. The team have been very busy fundraising. So far they have raised the following funds:

November 3rd - sold cake and refreshments at the Deep Dale Dash raising £600;

December 9th - a fundraising curry night at The Spice Lounge Barton, raising £700;

December 16th-19th - a Christmas Photo Booth for pupils raising £87;

February 1st - County Cross Country Championships - pupils selling hot/cold refreshments, baked goods and bacon sandwiches for the runners and spectators.

February 28th - Race night.

March 22nd - Charity Netball Tournament held with refreshments and baked goods also on sale.

The expedition is for 18 days with the itinerary as follows:

Days 1-3 arriving in Livingstone, sourcing supplies and becoming familiar with the local culture; Days 4-10 trek up to Mwandi, work on a project to build homes for the elderly and orphans who lost their families to the AIDS pandemic; Days 11-14 trek along the Zambezi River up to the famous Victoria Falls; Days 15-17 Cross the border to Botswana to experience Cheobe National Park's safari; Day 18 return to the UK.


Certificates for the Year 11 and Year 13 leavers are ready for collection from the Main Office. If you wish for someone to collect your certificates on your behalf, please ensure you write a letter stating that you give permission for your certificates to be collected and they will also need to bring in photo ID.

Adobe Reader Document (PDF) TERM TIME ABSENCE

Dear Parents - please be aware of the new guidelines from the Department for Education regarding important changes to term time absence. Please see attached letter for more details.

School Telephone Numbers

Please can we remind parents to contact Student Services on 01652 635904 to report a pupil absent, or if you have any other query please contact the Main Office on 01652 632576. Many thanks for your co-operation.

Recent Publications & Newsletters

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School re-opens

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6th Form Pupils Return

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A Word From Our Headteacher

"You never get bored working in schools – articles in our half termly newsletters give a little glimpse of school life at Baysgarth. No two days are ever the same, whether in lessons, on the sports field, on the stage or on school trips. There is the annual cycle of events driven by the school calendar such that now the exam season is upon us and we wish our students every success in their GCSE and A level exams. Many of these youngsters will soon be leaving to continue their studies at college or university and our best wishes go with them for a happy and successful future."

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Colin Saywell

House Points

Total House Points. Click for breakdown.

Pupils can earn points for their tutor group and house through excellent class work, competing in inter-house competitions and by achieving 100% attendance each week. Click here or on the chart to see a breakdown of these scores and attendance statistics.

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