On behalf of all the staff, the children and Governors, I would like to warmly welcome you to Barley Mow Primary School. We are very fortunate to have a wonderful school building, which is fully accessible to all.
At Barley Mow we aim to create a happy, caring and supportive ethos in which every child is valued and given the opportunity to realise their full potential. We have high academic, social, sporting, cultural and behavioural standards and we are extremely proud of the achievements of our children.
Children are at the centre of everything we do. We aim to foster a love of learning which we hope will stay with them throughout their lives.
The family community of Barley Mow is central to our beliefs. Families and the wider community play a vital role as co-educators and we encourage close links between home and school.
I hope that through our school website, you will be able to gain an insight into our school. Please feel free to contact us if you would like to arrange a visit or gain further information.
Nicola Watson (Head Teacher)
- Reception 98.10%
- Year 1 97.33%
- Year 2 98.10%
- Year 3 100%
- Year 4 97.39%
- Year 5 97.2%
- Year 6 97.33%
In our art lessons, Year 2 are making some fabulous fiery creations. We have used different ‘hot’ colours to create a background of fire and flames. Next week we will be creating houses with black sugar paper to make a silhouette effect to finish off our pictures.read more
In computing, Year 2 have been using the Daisy the Dinosaur app to learn about coding. The children had lots of fun completing challenges to move on to more difficult levels.read more
Year 3 have been solving difficult maths problems with our TALK IT, SOLVE IT activity. We were given a set of 8 different 2-digit and 3-digit numbers and we had to read the clues to help us find the ‘mystery’ number. We used our knowledge of place value and number and...read more
Year 5 have been learning some dances from the Tudor era. We focussed on the dances that rich and poor Tudors would have done and compared their differences. For example, rich Tudors danced in a line as they moved around the banquet hall whilst poor Tudors danced in a...read more
Friday News 20.09.19read more