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Introduction from our Headteacher



Dear Parents/Carers and Visitors,


On behalf of the pupils, staff and Governors of Bradley Barton Primary School I am delighted to welcome you to our school website!


Our school strives to create a high quality-learning environment that emphasises the importance of relationships and responsibilities as an important foundation for all  learning experiences. Our school is a restorative community and we aim to ensure children learn and move forward positively from all experiences, including those which they may find challenging.

We have a strong emphasis on active and creative learning, the acquisition of literacy and numeracy skills and using children's own interests to ensure they are engaged and positive.


All staff endeavour to keep abreast of new approaches to teaching and learning  that foster and build on children's interests and achievements.


Our school has a unique and superb outdoor environment with large playing areas, large produce garden and greenhouse, wildlife area, pond, extensive composting facilities and adjoining woodland used for forest school sessions. We maximise the benefits of these superb facilities, so learning about sustainability and developing our pupil's individual sense of responsibility to care for each other and the planet are key themes underpinning our curriculum.

The diverse contributions of parents and the wider community are greatly valued. We aim to establish effective partnerships that will support and encourage your child’s development. We encourage parents/carers to participate fully in school activities.

We hope that our site’s contents will provide you with regular communication opportunities and an opportunity to share more in our school’s life and your child’s learning. If you have any comments or suggestions to help improve our website, feedback is always appreciated.

If you require further information about our school or would like to arrange a visit please contact us via e mail or telephone and we will be delighted to help you

Best wishes

Julie Barton