Year 7

Head of Year 7 School Welcome 

I would like to extend a warm welcome to our current and prospective parents and carers on behalf of all at Barnhill Community High School. I have taught here since September 2017; I have been a part of the pastoral team since 2018 and have just finished being head of year 11. 

We have worked hard to ensure that the Year 7 students have access to a balanced curriculum and aim to offer all students the chance to achieve. We strive to develop in our students a strong sense of community and encourage and celebrate the demonstration of our core values of respect, wisdom, aspiration and community. 

In addition, students choosing to attend Barnhill Community High School at the end of Key Stage 2 can look forward to the benefits of being taught by dedicated staff and state of the art facilities as well as an extensive extracurricular programme which is free for all students to attend. This build ensures a smooth transition from Year 6 to 7 by eradicating the anxieties many students feel when leaving their relatively small primary schools to join a large secondary school. The contemporary architecture and style of the building allows for a more creative and flexible approach to curriculum design and the curriculum has been planned to allow students to develop the skills necessary to progress in a modern and rapidly changing world. 

My role is to support the students as much as I can and set them up to succeed at Barnhill as well as creating an environment that is safe for tall students and a place that they want to be. 

We are immensely proud of the progress our school has made over the last few years, making us not only one of the top performing schools in Hillingdon, but also the country in terms of academic progress and examination results. Please see our website for a virtual tour of the school to see for yourselves and watch the video provided by myself to see some key information for the year ahead. 

Mr C Clyne
Head of Year 7 

Year 7 Team 

Head of Year: Conor Clyne 

Pastoral Support Officer: Dee Gill