Bartley Church of England
(Voluntary Controlled) Junior School
At Bartley Church of England Junior School, we aim to create a happy, caring community where high standards of teaching and memorable learning experiences enable all our children to develop the skills and knowledge they will need for life-long learning.
Through our Christian ethos and in active partnership with parents and the wider community, we:
celebrate the uniqueness of each individual and provide equal opportunities for all;
nurture and embrace talent, celebrating achievement within and beyond the curriculum;
build on past experiences to prepare for our future;
challenge and motivate through a high quality, safe environment and stimulating resources;
encourage pride in self and others within the school family;
encourage the ability to learn independently and co-operatively;
develop the spirit of enquiry within our children coupled with a sense of self worth;
encourage, enthuse and support individuals’ needs;
have high expectations.
kindness, friendliness, consideration and respect for others;
effort and enthusiasm;
taking responsibility for actions and behaviour;
a healthy lifestyle;
There is, of course, no substitute for a personal visit and you are warmly invited to contact the school to arrange a visit during which time you will be able to meet the children, staff and myself.
Karen Stonehouse, Headteacher
Meet our resident chickens
Latest School Diary Events
- Theme of the Week: LENT03Mar2014
- Year 3 Trip to Stonehenge06Mar2014
One day per year group Check with class teacher and see letter
- Theme of the Week: Home Safety10Mar2014
- Basketball - Saints10Mar2014
03:30 PM - 04:30 PM @ Gym
- Street Dance11Mar2014
03:30 PM - 04:30 PM
- Our new website is currently being developed - We can't wait to show you our modern and vibrant new site
Our new website is now under construction
23 Feb Back to school tomorrow! Looking forward to a dryer half term.
14 Feb @BartleyJunior School Reunion! See picture for more details. Contact the school to book a ticket. http://t.co/N4eGKA00xN
13 Feb Yr4 would love to hear from you if you have any farming stories,memories, artefacts of farming over the last 100 yrs esp in the New Forest
13 Feb We are taking part in Earth Hour by spending an hour on Tuesday 25th March teaching and learning without the aid of energy!#EarthHour
13 Feb Don't forget it's Teaching Training tomorrow so the school is closed to pupils.