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.
At Bar Hill School we are determined to create an inclusive culture of learning where all children will be challenged in their thinking, to achieve to the best of their abilities and strive to become lifelong learners.
We believe our aims provide the basis for the delivery of a dynamic curriculum, the provision of a stimulating and creative learning environment and a foundation which will prepare every child for the changing nature of society.
'Being a teacher is a huge privilege – one that I take very seriously. Teaching and education are as much what I am as what I do, and I aim to share my passion for learning with every member of our community, adult and child alike'
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.
Please remember to bring in any good quality toys, books or games for our sale today in aid of our sister school in Atewasi, Ghana; these can be given to the class teacher or dropped off in the office.
We would also appreciate any donations of cakes, cookies and popcorn!
Don't forget to bring some pennies, (or pounds) to spend!!!
Sale starts at 3.10pm on the playground (or in the hall if raining).
Don't forget to drop cakes at the school office tomorrow morning. Please ensure you name your cake tins/plates if you would like them to be returned. All items for the bring and buy sale can be left at the school office. Let's help our sister school in Ghana!
We are continuing our fundraising for our sister school in Atewasi, Ghana. They continue to be without their school due to the devastation after the storms over a month ago. All donations are welcome - we are aiming to send £1500 which will secure repairs sufficient to re-open the school. This summer Miss Rivero and her partner will be going to give anti-malarial vaccinations and lead summer learning projects.