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21/08/19

GCSE results will be available from 9am tomorrow (Thursday). Students must collect their own results unless they have given written permission to jbroadhurst.co.uk

15/08/19

Well done Geographers! https://t.co/A7LhdrrOlI

15/08/19

Fantastic atmosphere today. Highlights include Holly who received A*A*A*A* and is off to university! Congratulations everyone! https://t.co/4LGDbqs0Pf

13/08/19

A Level/ KS5 results day is this Thursday starting at 9am in the sixth form centre. Students must collect their own results in person. Contact jbroadhurst.co.uk with any queries.

21/07/19

Retweeted From Scholars' Education Trust

Wishing all our students, families and staff a wonderful summer . . . https://t.co/qiO41YBtx4

21/07/19

Retweeted From Robert Barclay PE

Congratulations to Owens House, winners of this years ⁦⁩ House Competition. Well done to Senior House Captains Max and Kie in leading Owens House to victory! 🥇🏆 https://t.co/pCOKS36NWV

19/07/19

Retweeted From Professional IMPACT 🇬🇧

Great to meet this evening having a brief chat about Spurs back in his playing days and when I used to go with my dad. Steve was presenting the awards for the students for their sporting achievements - top man Steve 🙌🏻 https://t.co/dkJEhcFrsZ

19/07/19

Retweeted From June Howard

Another great event celebrating all the amazing achievements of the students at RBA https://t.co/6zonCfU8M8

19/07/19

Retweeted From Ced de la Croix

Looking forward to Sports Presentation Evening 2019 tonight and listening to our guest speaker https://t.co/gMegR1owb8

18/07/19

Some of of Year 10s enjoying their rewards lunch today https://t.co/z2mXze2gyc

17/07/19

Retweeted From Robert Barclay PE

Congratulations to all the boys athletes for an excellent day at the Bruce Longden Challenge. Stand out performances from Sydie, Ellis, Jayden, Kian and Raf 🥇🥇🥇🥇🥇👍🏼👍🏼 https://t.co/rJaQQQFa4G

17/07/19

Esther won big today https://t.co/7tHi2dk1jz

17/07/19

Leah is happy with her award today https://t.co/5ySD9KEdXl

15/07/19

Marco has won big in today’s celebration assembly https://t.co/hEP2CgAks1

15/07/19

Today’s celebration assemblies for Year 7 and 10, join us on Wednesday for Year 8 and 9 https://t.co/Z6OOzmIRu4

15/07/19

Very happy parents today here at our celebration assemblies https://t.co/lHS6Y4YPNu

15/07/19

Celebration assemblies today, congratulations to Year 7 and 10 students who won awards https://t.co/l0WmxF8UoA

15/07/19

Year 7 parents and carers congratulating their children following the celebration assembly this morning https://t.co/OZ9vtFcVIn

15/07/19

Year 10 celebration assembly today. Time to celebrate success https://t.co/S29H5JysGD

15/07/19

Thought of the Week 💭 https://t.co/CotBSexybi

14/07/19

Well done England: World Champions! A cracking end to the match. Players demonstrated resilience, grit and focus. Superb sportsmanship in recognising the talents and skills of New Zealand. https://t.co/II7EhMpK52

13/07/19

Today! Please come along to support the exhibitors and the school PTA (FoRBA) in this interesting and fun event! https://t.co/zo3aPrWP2G

12/07/19

Rewards trip will be back at 5pm (estimated time of arrival)

12/07/19

Retweeted From Charles Walker MP

On Tuesday I led a delegation of Secondary School Headteachers to meet Minister of State, to discuss funding. This is the second time I have met with the Minister to discuss the issue of schools funding in the lead up to the https://t.co/fJMIinmvML

11/07/19

Some of our new year 6’s in languages today as part of transition day https://t.co/TwUyz9Xp4u

11/07/19

Year 10 teaching a lesson on cloning today https://t.co/UYLMn8r0Rt

11/07/19

Year 10 teaching a lesson on cloning in RE today https://t.co/AZOOvjrcr4

09/07/19

Retweeted From Robert Barclay

Our headteacher met today with and to discuss the crisis in school funding, alongside headteachers from and The government simply *must* invest more in the education of the next generation. https://t.co/eGmv8UkEcH

09/07/19

Retweeted From Robert Barclay PE

Well done to Girls Athletics Squad for their efforts at today’s Nicky Morris Athletics Champs! Well done again to Zoe, Lily and Katie for winning their events https://t.co/B53yyBfAgc

09/07/19

Our headteacher met today with and to discuss the crisis in school funding, alongside headteachers from and The government simply *must* invest more in the education of the next generation. https://t.co/eGmv8UkEcH

09/07/19

Retweeted From YC Hertfordshire Bro

Started the job hunt but need some help? Access Point is open TOMORROW 2-5pm. If you're aged 13-19, drop in for help with all things CVs, jobs, work experience and https://t.co/EX9IZ40JQ1 https://t.co/YrsJzRfCHp

09/07/19

Retweeted From YC Hertfordshire Bro

The Hertfordshire Fiesta Emotional Wellbeing group for 13-17s meets every Wednesday 7-9pm at Waltham Cross Young People's Centre ... come along to find out how you can look after your mental health! https://t.co/fQkr0bMNFE https://t.co/wxS3liZaYX

09/07/19

Retweeted From Justine Tripp

Come along to the 26th Annual Model Railway Exhibition. *THIS SATURDAY* At RBA 9.30am to 4.30pm Postcode: EN11 8JY Fun and interest for all the family, and the enthusiast alike! All proceeds towards school projects. https://t.co/olU5oS6IXM

09/07/19

Retweeted From @rbalanguages

Sunday morning Spanish lesson! https://t.co/QOdbCwFyGw

09/07/19

Retweeted From @rbalanguages

A nice trip to the market this morning! Using this mornings lesson! Better hagglers than Teresa May! https://t.co/RtHnOhDaS0

09/07/19

Retweeted From @rbalanguages

Can't go wrong with making a Spanish tart! Tarta de la Abuela! https://t.co/eTERuNR8Kw

09/07/19

Retweeted From @rbalanguages

It's alright girls, Mr Mac will show you how it's done! https://t.co/4ZVUeKyxDj

09/07/19

Retweeted From @rbalanguages

After a long day of Spanish lessons, making spanish tarts, having a Mud bath and let's not forget the Zumba, we are ready for some fooooodd!!! https://t.co/Q6slR3X6z9

08/07/19

Retweeted From RBA Performing Arts

This Saturday at . Organised by https://t.co/LiS8OxCBef

Governor Profiles

A list of the relevant business and pecuniary interests for our Governing Body can be found here

Dawn warwick
Dawn Warwick - Chair of Governors (Parent)

I have lived in Nazeing with my family for over 20 years.  As a working Mum I offer some of my time to be active in fundraising for the school with the Parents' Association.  I worked in the private sector for many years for a high street retailer in managerial, marketing and training roles, changing career after my daughter was born to that of teaching.  My daughter attended the school and with the help and focus of her teachers she has now graduated from  university and is training to be a teacher.  I wanted to explore how as a parent and member of the wider community I could have input into the education and future opportunities for our young people.  Joining the governing body has filled that remit and it continues to be both challenging and rewarding.

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Daniela Schillaci-Rowland - Vice Chair of Governors (Co-Opted)

I have been a Governor at Robert Barclay Academy since 2016.  My decision for this was to give something back to the local community in which I live. I began my career working in a Hertfordshire school, before moving to a London school for an alternative experience. In 2016 I returned to working in a Hertfordshire school to give me more time to spend with my young family. Education can, and does, make young people's dreams happen, and I feel The Scholars' Education Trust and The Robert Barclay Academy offers this to many young people......and I want to be part of this by supporting the school on this exciting journey! I am currently the Vice Chair of Governors and have a particular interest in educational developments, Ofsted and student emotional and academic progress.

Ollie Draine
Ollie Draine

I was born and raised in St Albans having attended Verulam Boys School. I have been working for the Trust for 10 years and during that time have held various roles within it, I have been a Staff governor with Sir John Lawes and have now transferred to Robert Barclay Academy as a Trust Link Governor.

I am passionate about technology and the role it plays in everything from enhancing teaching in the classroom to streamlining back office functionality to make the trust work smoothly.

Previously I have worked for various IT companies and also worked within the Payment Card Industry implementing back end processing systems.

June howard

June Howard - Parent Governor

My daughter joined Robert Barclay Academy (RBA) in 2018 as a year seven. Her experiences within primary school had been quite difficult. I was extremely impressed with how well she settled into RBA and also impressed with how the school was run. From the very start I felt as though those involved with the school really cared about the pupils. It made me realise I had definitely made the right choice.

I became aware that RBA was working on wellbeing and mental health. Within my professional life I am an Occupational Health Manager for a construction company, looking after the physical and mental health and well-being of employees. In my personal life I have experience of mental health issues and dealing with traumatic life experiences. With the two combined my hope is to support the staff at RBA with the health and well-being of both the staff and pupils.

I feel extremely proud to be part of a great team of staff and governors. I hope that my contribution will help towards continuous improvement for a school which is rising up the ranks and will no doubt be one of the best in the not too distant future.

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Elizabeth Lawrance (Co-Opted)

I have been a primary school teacher since 2009 and am currently teaching at Nazeing Primary School, in KS1.  I have worked in several schools in both Essex and Hertfordshire over the years.  I was a registered childminder from 2004 to 2009 and prior to that I was a project manager for the Parks Department at the London Borough of Enfield for thirteen years.  I have a BA (Hons) Degree in Landscape Architecture from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.

I have two grown up sons and I know what it is like to be a parent of children going through all the different stages of primary, secondary, university and non-academic further education in England.  I am passionate about helping people to reach their full potential and finding the right route for learning based on their individual needs and strengths.  I have a special interest in the transition steps between primary and secondary school, behaviour for learning and the pastoral systems used to support students and families alike.  I have seen the Robert Barclay Academy go from strength to strength since I first became a governor and I will continue to support the school in these key areas.

J smith
John Smith
David whitelegg
David Whitelegg
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