Batley Business & Enterprise College is an 11-16 community school and we are committed to effectively educating Tomorrow’s Successful Men. We are a non-selective school and we provide the best education for boys in Batley. Our curriculum is bespoke for boys and we offer a wide range of extra-curricular activities to engage, challenge and motivate our learners. We have a highly qualified, expert staff team who are passionate about ensuring our students receive the best lessons and the best pastoral care in Kirklees. We are a rapidly improving school and our GCSE results are going from strength to strength meaning we are now rated within the Top 100 Most Improved Schools in the UK. We firmly believe that a great education improves the life chances of young people which improves the local community.
Our school is built on the PRIDE principles of our students, staff and parents being;
Clear, effective communication between home and school ensures that a young man receives the challenge, support, encouragement and guidance he needs to be successful in his education and life. Tomorrow’s Successful Men are Today’s Hardworking Students.
Photographs and video by Dawn Robinson Photography.
Deputy Head Boy Introduction
I am very pleased and moved by this privilege and honour of being elected Deputy Head Boy of Batley Business and Enterprise College. I will strive to be a role model to the students and lead by example in all aspects of school life. I will motivate and inspire students to achieve and carve out a good future for them and to become `Tomorrow’s Successful Men`. I will observe, listen, learn and take the lead on behalf of the students. I am confident talking to both parents and staff assertively when representing the school and the student body. I would like to work towards making Batley Business and Enterprise College a model school where students and teachers uniquely work together on improving the school and making it a fun and an enjoying learning experience. My motto as the Deputy Head Boy is “It’s not what the school can do for you, but what you can do for your school”.
Salman Daji - Deputy Head Boy
Thought of the week
Our chief affliction is that we live not according to the light of reason, but after the fashion of others.