Welcome to Bar Hill Community Primary School, a school which truly values children as individuals. We have high expectations for all children in our care. We aim to provide a safe, happy and stimulating environment and we are committed to providing the best education for them all.
Values for Living
Values for Learning
The choice of school for your child is probably one of the most important decisions as a parent that you have to make. If you are considering sending your child to our school please make an appointment to visit us.
Today saw the start of Maths week in Reception. Lots of activities, many of which can be enjoyed at home. For more ideas about Maths at home, have a chat with the Reception team or Miss Loombe, Head of Maths.
Learning about Ramadan in assembly.
Enjoying music in assembly this morning.
Learning about e-safety and the law in assembly today.
Enjoying independent writing about favourite stories in Reception.
Year 5 are learning the Ocarina! They all took one home last week and have enjoyed learning this new skill. Learning an instrument is fantastic for cultivating self discipline and determination. If any child would like to take a musical instrument at school, please contact the front office.
Year 5 working with middles children, learning about comparative studies in Science.
Middles had a great trip to the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Infants had a great visit from Fossil Galore.
Reminder: Monthly Governor Surgery Drop In Session at Bar Hill Primary School Thursday 18th May 2017 3:15-4:15 pm No appointment necessary.
Welcome to Summer! Special Lunch – Thursday 18th May 2017. Have a school lunch this Thursday and you will go into a draw to win some of these great summer outdoor games!
Introducing e-safety week in assembly this morning.
Black tie affair with Astra Zeneca to celebrate achievements in Science – Bar Hill is the winner!!!
The reception children took their emergency service role very seriously … Initially they were fire fighters, setting up a fire engine, fire, and siren. This quickly moved into them being paramedics and fixing Miss Frampton’s broken bones,luckily she was told her heart was OK and she was healthy enough to be at school … But she must remember to take her Vitamin D !!
Enjoying and Exploring art at the Fitzwilliam Museum in collaboration with Cambridge University.
Year 5 learning about solubility, and planning and carrying out investigations with Lisa Taylor, a STEM ambassador from Mundipharma.
Reception’s Trip to the Library
Superheroes Day in Reception.
April showers bring May flowers… and the gardening club!
Learning about being mindful and doing mental exercises and “belly breathing” in assembly.