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

Barton Skate Park Consultation

North Lincolnshire Council is working with Baysgarth School in Barton to look at the feasibility of locating a skate park in the school grounds as part of the 'New Build Programme'

This survey is an opportunity for young people to have their say in the design of ramps and types of jumps they would like to see in the build of a new skate park.


File Behaviour for Learning 2015

In our drive to move Baysgarth School to outstanding, we have to ensure the highest possible standards of behaviour and conduct.
We have very high expectations of our students and a belief that every student is capable of meeting them.
The Behaviour for Learning system is one that has been tried and tested in numerous schools and has been in place at Baysgarth in part for a number of years. It is based on the principle that once students know the rules and the consequences, they can make the right choices for themselves and for others.
As part of our commitment to raising standards at Baysgarth School we are focusing on students’ behaviour and have been communicating to students through assemblies and form time the importance of making the right choices. We have included a parents’ guide to ensure that the partnership between school and home can support students in reaching our high expectations.
We would like to thank you in advance for your support in moving Baysgarth towards becoming an outstanding school and if you have any queries or questions please contact your child’s form tutor in the first instance.

Mr R Briggs

Adobe Reader Document (PDF) SAFER INTERNET DAY

Dear Parents and Carers - please see attached a letter raising the awareness of the issues that children and young people face online today. You can access leaflets entitled "UK Safer Internet" and "Supporting Young People Online" under the "Publications" section of the school's website. These leaflets provide useful tips and practical advice about keeping your child safe online.

School Telephone Numbers

In order to ensure telephone calls are directed to the correct department, we have introduced an automated response system.

If you need to contact us, please telephone 01652 632576 and you will have the option to be connected to attendance, student support or reception.

For out of hours messages, there is an answering service.

Word Document Sixth Form Application Information

Dear Year 11 parents and carers,

This is the application form students need to complete if the are wishing to join the 6th form at Baysgarth or John Leggott College.
From September we will become official partners with JLC and students will be able to study across the two sites. Over the coming weeks students will be having one to one interviews to ensure they've selected the right combination of options that will best enable them to progress to the university or career of their choice.

Please can all completed application forms be e-mailed to andrew.north@baysgarthschool.co.uk or handed to Mr North.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to make contact on 01652 632576 or through the e-mail address above.

Mr North
Assistant Headteacher

Adobe Reader Document (PDF) SEN SUPPORT - SEND

Our school is currently undertaking a review of the SEN policy to meet the new requirements for SEND in line with the new SEND Code of Practice effective from 1 September 2014. To provide an improved, compliant policy we are committed to co-producing our policy with families, children and young people. To contribute and participate in co-producing our policy together, please contact Gemma Megson (SENCo) at the school.


Certificates for the Year 11, 12 and Year 13 leavers will be ready for collection from the Main Office from week commencing 10th November. 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.

Ray Smithson - former Headteacher of Baysgarth

We were very sad to hear about the passing of the former Headteacher, Ray Smithson; Ray was the first Headteacher of this comprehensive school and took over under reorganisation in 1975 to set up the new school. He was a much loved member of the community who is fondly remembered by former students, many of whom continue to be associated with the school as staff or parents/grandparents.
Our thoughts are with his family and a book of condolence will be available in the school office until Friday 13 February for any staff or parents who wish to leave their thoughts or messages.


Dear Parents, Carers and members of the public - Baysgarth School is currently in the consultation process of a proposed new school design. Please see attached the consultation plans for the new school build. If you have any queries please email the school at admin.baysgarth@baysgarthschool.co.uk


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 this year and so far have raised the following:

September - The Withington Trust kindly donated £2,500 to help our pupils with their fundraising.

October - The team raised £1,800 at the Race Night held at Baysgarth School.

November - The team raised £200 by selling refreshments at the Deepdale Dash.

December - Around £800 was raised from the Christmas Jumper Day and Cake sale, 50% of the money raised will be shared with the Save the Children charity.

December - The team raised £500 by bag packing at Tesco Extra in Scunthorpe.

The pupils are still on track to raise their funds and are busy planning the last few fundraisers to help them reach their target.

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.

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.

Recent Publications & Newsletters

Upcoming Events

Calendar View The Full 2014-15 Calendar

2 February Week Commencing
3 Feb Yr11 Biology revision
  Science Live Trip
4 Feb Enrichment Day
5 Feb Yr11 Chemistry Revision
6 Feb Yr11 Physics Revision
9 February Week Commencing
9 Feb U15 Netball (home)
10 Feb Yr11 Biology Revision
11 Feb U14 Girls Six-a-side
12 Feb Yr11 Chemistry Revision
13 Feb School Closes
  Yr11 Physics Revision

Baysgarth School Uniform Questionnaire

To complete the uniform questionnaire featured in the recent school newsletter please click the link below.

Complete the Survey

Payment Methods Survey

We are aiming to provide the facility to pay for school trips and other items online. Would you please take a minute to complete the questionnaire below.

Complete the questionnaire

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