Statutory Information

Contact Information

Executive Headteacher: Mrs Helen Dudman

Base Leader: Andrew Weighman

SENCO: Amy Crisp

School Administrator: Liz Proudfoot

Address: Barton C of E Primary School, Silver Street, Barton, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 6LT
Telephone: 01325 377246
Telephone: 01325 377304
Email: admin@barton.dalesmat.org

Chair of Governors: Mr Terry Cane  Terry.cane@dalesmat.org

Barton C of E Primary School is part of the Dales Academies Trust 

Address: Dales Academies Trust, Blair Avenue, Ingleby Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees, TS17 5BL
Telephone: 03301 242618
Email: admin@dalesmat.org

If you require a paper copy of any information on this site, we will provide this free of charge. Please contact our school office by email or telephone.

 

Our School Ethos and Values

Building Futures with Love

We want to be a group of schools which enable each child and adult to flourish and be the architect of their own future which is rooted in love.

We have chosen love as our cornerstone value because when asked, ‘which is the greatest commandment?’ Jesus answered, ‘love the Lord Your God with all you heart, with all your mind, and love your neighbour as yourself’.

(Matthew 22:36-40)

 

Admissions Arrangements

Barton C of E Primary School is part of the Dales Academies Trust and is located in North Yorkshire. Children are admitted into school in accordance with North Yorkshire County Council admissions arrangements which are published on the North Yorkshire County Council website.

For In Year applications for admissions (those within the school year) can be made directly to the school.

Excellent pupil attendance and punctuality are essential for children to achieve the highest standards of which they are capable. In order for children to achieve their potential, pupils must be highly motivated to learn and keen and eager to attend school. Regular, punctual attendance will establish good habits that will support them throughout their lives.
Please click here to view our Attendance Policy.

 

Behaviour Policy

We believe that a child cannot learn effectively unless they feel secure, successful and happy. We believe all children have a right to: learn and to make demonstrable progress, feel physically and emotionally safe at all times, be treated with respect and dignity at all times and express their feelings in an appropriate way.

We teach that responsibilities are linked to rights: all people in our school communities are responsible for their own behaviour. Nobody makes us behave badly; we choose how to respond. However, we accept that behaviour is not always driven by choice and where needed we will give differentiated support.
Please click here to view our Behaviour Policy.

 

Charging and Remissions Policy

The education we provide wholly or mainly during school hours will be free, but on some occasions a voluntary contribution towards the cost of an activity may be requested by the school. Parents are free to decide whether or not to contribute. This policy sets out the principles upon which the school will operate charges and remissions.
Please click here to view our Charing and Remissions Policy.

 

Complaints Policy

The aim of this policy is to ensure that a concern or complaint by a parent/carer is managed sympathetically, efficiently and at the appropriate level and resolved as soon as possible. To read the full policy click here.

 

Schools Financial Information & Benchmarking

To access information regarding our school’s financial benchmarking, please visit the Gov.uk website.

Financial Declaration: No individual earns in excess of £100k

Please visit the Dales website to access financial information regarding the school’s:

  • annual report
  • annual audited accounts
  • memorandum of association
  • articles of association
  • names of charity trustees and members
  • funding agreement

 

Latest Exam & Assessment Results

Please visit the Results page of our website to view the exam and assessment results.

 

PE & Sports Premium

PE & Sports Premium is government funding provided to primary schools to enhance the provision of PE and sports. it is for schools to decide how the PE and Sports funding is spent. To find out how this funding is spent at Barton C of E Primary School and to view our evidence of impact of primary PE and sports funding click here.

 

Performance Tables

This section on the DfE website pulls together new and current research and evaluation projects, research centres, publications and data from a range of sites, making it easier to compare a selection of individual schools and to see all the information in one place.

This link takes you to Barton C of E Primary School’s entry.

 

Relationships and Sex Education Policy (RSA)

RSE and PSHE is about the emotional, social and cultural development of pupils, and involves learning about healthy lifestyles, positive relationships with others, sexuality, the changes experienced when growing up, diversity and personal identity. RSE and PSHE involves a
combination of sharing information, and exploring issues and values. It involves keeping children safe both on and off-line. It enables pupils to explore their own and other’s attitudes and values and builds their self-esteem and confidence to view their own sexuality positively.
RSE is not about the promotion of sexual activity. To read the policy, click here.

 

Whistle-blowing Policy

This Code is intended to encourage and enable workers to raise serious concerns within the Trust, by setting out the process to make a disclosure under the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998. To read the full policy click here.

Our website is currently in the process of being updated, if there is anything that you are looking for but are unable to find, please contact us by telephoning 01325 377246.

Thank you