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.
The start of the Summer term sees Janette Quinn joining the school as our new Headteacher. Mrs Quinn will bring much strength to the school and it is with great confidence that governors appointed her to take the school forward during what promises to be an exciting future as we become an Academy and continue to build on our great achievements.
Dr Mistrano left the school in a very strong position and the transition between head teachers together with our conversion to an academy on or after June 1st, 2018 should be seamless.
Values for Living
Values for Learning
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The children based their Maths learning on Rosie’s walk and we continued this into PE . We were looking at prepositions such as over, under, through etc
Year 3 Science Enrichment Activities – Summer Term 2018 Duxford Imperial War Museum – STEM focus The children in Year 3 visited Duxford Imperial War Museum to inspire an interest in STEM via fun and engaging learning opportunities, to explore the STEM solutions to the challenges of flight in different environments and to see change over time. The children showed excellent responsibility and respect during the trip, which was positively commented upon by several members of the public and museum staff.
Well done to the school for beating our target of £500 by raising £809.04 for the children in Atewasi. A wonderful show of love!
Year 4 exploring STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) through flight-testing our aeroplanes and creating a ‘Red Arrows starburst’! Many thanks to Domino for sharing so freely with the children.
Representatives from both years 5 & 6 attended the second cluster netball fixture. During a clean sweep, the squads four matches were won 5-1, 3-1, 9-2 and 3-0, with both the ‘A’ and ‘B’ teams reaching the regional finals. A massive congratulations to all of the squad!
Learning about Palm Sunday and the rest of the Easter story in Reception.
Sports Relief Week 19th March -23rd March 2018 To help fundraise for Sports Relief we will be selling Sports Relief Bands from the school office, after school for £1 and from today year 6 will be going round classrooms to sell the bands. We will also be holding a non-uniform day on Friday 23rd March 2018, where your child/ren are invited to wear their favourite sports clothes on that day, we are asking for each child to bring in £1 , which is to be given to their class teacher.
King Tut holding court in the Middles’ production of Glint of Gold
End of term disco this Friday, 23rd!! Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 – 18.00pm – 19.15pm Year 3,4,5 and 6 – 19.30pm – 21.00pm Glitter tattoos are available at both discos, 50p each. Tuck shop available at the later disco! Please remember no mobile phones are allowed to be used during the disco!
Dear Parents/Carers, Sports Relief Week 19th March -23rd March 2018 To help fundraise for Sports Relief we will be selling Sports Relief Bands from the school office, after school for £1, from 19th March 2018. Year 6 will also be going round the classrooms from Wednesday afternoon selling sports relief bands . We will also be holding a non-uniform day on Friday 23rd March 2018, where your child/ren are invited to wear their favourite sports clothes on that day, we are asking for each child to bring in £1 , which is to be given to their class teacher. Regards School Office
Choir went to sing for the local group ‘knit and Natter.’ They were brilliant with some very strong solo performances and great harmonies. They also loved the juice and biscuits afterwards and chatting to the audience about what they had been knitting.
Reception have been learning and moving like jungle animals in Science Week.
Excellent work, Student Council, for a brilliant book sale! Thanks to all who supported this event and the childeen in Atewasi, Ghana. We are very close to providing regular clean water for the community – BRILLIANT!