We feel at Bardney there is a special atmosphere that is warm and friendly, yet purposeful and engaging. Our intention is that your child enjoys their life at the school and achieves their full potential – academically, physically, socially and emotionally. We understand the importance of working with the local community and we strive to develop a trusting relationship between home, school and pupils.
Being a small village primary school gives us a unique opportunity to see every child as an individual and provide a personalised, happy and stimulating learning environment in which every child succeeds.
The very best way to get a feel of the school is to visit us. Feel free to contact us to arrange a look around the school, where you can meet our wonderful pupils and see what we have to offer.
We look forward to meeting you all and welcoming your child to our happy school environment.
Mr G Hicks
Website Class 5
Welcome to Class 5, the summit of the mountain that is Bardney School. We are excited about the learning taking place this year, we are going to conquer information about various mountain ranges, become mountaineers and even do a spot of orienteering along the way.
Mrs Wilson and Mrs Parks are very lucky to be joined by another keen explorer Mr Quarton, whom will lead our team to new heights on a Friday.
If any parents or family members would like to join our expedition by sharing their experiences, we would love you to join our crew. Pop along and see us, but watch you don’t fall !!!
Please click the following link to open Class 5′s Newsletter:
Welcome to Class 5, the home of Years 5 & 6
Please click on the following link to read this school’s Pupil Premium Statement:
Please click on the following link to access our Performance Tables 2012:
National performance tables can be found at www.education.gov.uk
Please click on the link below to read the School’s Ethos & Values Statement:
Please click in the link below to read the Lincolnshire County Council Admissions Policy for this school:
The following are a range of Policies adopted by the Governing Body. If you would like sight of any other School Policies, please contact the School Office.
Accessibility Plan – Current being reviewed by the Governing Body
To read our September 2011 S48 Church Schools Inspection Report, please click on the link below:
Please click to access the school’s January 2013 OfSted Report:
Welcome to Class 4, the home of Years 3 and 4.
Please click on the following link to read our September Class Newsletter:
Welcome to Class 3
Class 3’s topic this term is Castles
Please click on the following link for our January 2013 Newsletter:
During the course of our voyage we will be finding out about some real pirates, how pirates travelled and the kind of journeys they made.
The children will be investigating maps and considering whether Bardney would make a good pirate village.
The children will be asking and answering questions as they try to find an island location for the pirates to hide their booty. Look out for details of pirate day.
In science we will be finding out about light and dark. As part of this we will be investigating different light sources and thinking about how shadows are made.
Welcome to Class 2!
The theme for this term in Class 2 is ‘Toys’. We will be looking at toys that are special to us and comparing old and new toys as well as lots more!
We will be working together to turn our role-play area into a toy shop to help develop our literacy and numeracy skills.
We have been enjoying painting, drawing, puzzles, P.E. and being creative!
We definitely have lots of fun learning planned for this term!
Please click on the following link to read our September 2012 Class newsletter:
Welcome to Class 1!
Miss Hymers and Mrs Ruane would like to welcome the new Reception children to Class 1. We hope that they will enjoy their first term in school. We have lots of interesting activities planned this term around our topic of “Toys”. We will be looking at the differences between old and new toys and discussing toys that are special to us. We are also hoping to get a box of old fashioned toys from the Lincolnshire Life Museum!
Please click on the following link to read our September Class Newsletter.
Please click on the following link to see Edition 13 (dated 10 May 2013):
Please click on the following link to see Edition 12 (dated 26 April 2013):
Please click on the following link to see Edition 11 (dated 15th March 2013):
Please click on the following link to see Edition 10 (dated 1st March 2013):
Please click on the following link to see Edition 9 (dated 8 February 2013):
Please click on the following link to see Edition 8 (dated 25 January 2013):
All After School Clubs will run from 3.15pm until 4pm,
|Monday||Modern/Ballroom Dance||Y2 to Y6||
|Miss Bensley & Mrs Parks|
|Art||YR to Y2||
|Tuesday||Film Club||Whole School||
|Wednesday||Needlecraft||Previous participants only||
|Mrs Walker & Mrs Dunbar|
|Thursday||Recorders – Lunchtime Club||YR to Y2||
|Film Club||Whole school||
We are delighted that our Hot Dinners supplier, The Farm Kitchen, has been awarded the Food For Life Gold Catering award, the first to be awarded in Lincolnshire. If you would like to find out more about our supplier please visit www.thefarmkitchen.com
Please click for menu week commencing 20.5.13:
Please click for menu week commencing 3.6.13: