At Bartley Church of England Junior School we want children to be able to achieve their best academically and mature and develop as responsible individuals. We strive to achieve this with the support of you, our parents.
The school and its setting
Bartley Church of England Junior School is situated within the New Forest National Park Heritage area and is within easy reach of Southampton, Bournemouth, Winchester and Salisbury. There are a number of sites of outstanding natural beauty and historical interest within this area.
The catchment area includes Bank, Bartley, Beaulieu Road Station, Bramshaw, Brook, Cadnam, Copythorne, Denny Lodge, Emery Down, Fritham, Furzley, Lyndhurst, Minstead, Netley Marsh, Newbridge, Winsor and Woodlands.
Bartley is served by Copythorne, Lyndhurst and Netley Marsh Infant Schools and the majority of children transfer to Hounsdown Secondary School at age eleven.
Bartley became a Junior School in September 1993 having previously been a Middle School from 1977-1993 and a Secondary School from 1939-1977. The School has outstanding facilities including a large hall with stage lights, gymnasium with changing rooms, outdoor heated swimming pool, extensive playing fields, a large play area, a new purpose built multimedia library, music room, art room, an ICT suite housing 14 PCs, food technology room and an outdoor environmental educational area. The children are accommodated in twelve well equipped classrooms, and there is a room available for children who need specific assistance with their individual needs.
The New Forest Area Local Office is situated at the rear of our school building.