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Barrow School Swimming Pool Hire

Barrow School Swimming Pool Hire

Book a fun family swim session at our newly refurbished swimming pool during the school holidays. £15 per hour

The pool is now also available on weekends for birthday parties or throughout the week for regular private hire. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

To book a swimming session, please contact the school office on 01284 810223.

View Swimming Pool Hire Poster.pdf

This news was posted in Nov 2017

School creates builders’ yard for children

School creates builders’ yard for children

Can they fix it? Well a group of pupils certainly can after a village school created a builders’ yard for them. Barrow Primary School set up the site complete with wheel barrows and various materials, donated by Kent Blaxill, in its outdoor learning area.

The school, in Colethorpe Lane, created the yard, dubbed ‘Barrow Builders’, to appeal to its ‘boy heavy and young’ Reception class. Headteacher Helen Ashe said: “We’ve got 20 boys in a class of 30 and more than half the class are born in the summer term. “The staff went out of their way to think outside the box to look at how we can motivate and challenge these children. “We contacted Bury St Edmunds merchants Kent Blaxill and the result is a hugely engaging area which is just great. “They delivered a whole load of resources for free and we’ve been able to create this incredible space that the rest of the children are desperate to have a go at. “It’s encouraging pupils to work together, communicate and it’s helping their motor skills and spacial awareness.

The girls in the class are also enjoying the yard as well as children in Year 4 who are paired with Reception pupils through a buddy system. As well as Kent Blaxill, Mrs Ashe also thanked parents and the RSPCA who have donated other items and equipment to the school.

Read more at: Bury Free Press

(Photo) Early year pupils with Jason Brightman (branch manager at Kent Blaxill in Bury) and Nadine Fairweather (Early years teacher and deputy head). PICTURE: Mecha Morton

This news was posted in Sep 2017

Open Morning.

Open Morning.

If your child was born between 1st September 2013 and 31st August 2014 they will start school in September 2018. The deadline for applications is 15th January 2018.  We understand how important choosing the right school is and so, on behalf of our pupils and staff, we would like to warmly invite you to visit our school and experience for yourself the quality of the outstanding education we offer.

The school will be open to visitors throughout the morning from 9.30am to 12pm.

 

We will be delighted to show you around on a normal working day at a time to suit you.  Please contact the school office and we will be pleased to make arrangements to give you a tour and answer any questions you may have.

 

Click here for further information

This news was posted in Sep 2017

Barrow Primary School is "Outstanding"

Barrow Primary School is 'Outstanding'

On the 2nd December 2016 Barrow CEVC Primary School welcomed the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) Inspector. We have now received our inspection report. We are delighted to tell you that Barrow School has been graded as Outstanding in all the inspection categories.

Click on the link below to see full report:

Barrow CEVC Primary School SIAMS Report

This news was posted in Jan 2017

Teachers are ready to tread the boards

Teachers are ready to tread the boards

Teachers at Barrow Primary School are swapping the classroom for the stage as they prepare to tread the boards in their community panto. Continuing with a tradition that is now in its third year, staff have been busy rehearsing their musical adaptation of Dick Whittington.

The curtain will rise on the fun-filled show at Barrow Village Hall on December 19, 20 and 21 and will bring in funds for the school.

Headteacher Helen Ashe, who plays Alice Fitzwarren, said it sets an example to the children as the teachers are challenging themselves to take on a project ‘outside of their comfort zone’.

She added: “The staff give up an enormous amount of their time to do it and it’s a great team-building activity too.” The show has been written by deputy headteacher David Barrett, who plays King Rat, with professional actor Mark Denny.

 

 

Read more Bury Free Press

This news was posted in Dec 2016

Panto Time! Dick Whittington

Panto Time! Dick Whittington

It’s that time of year again!

The Barrow School Staff Pantomime

Proud to Present

Dick Whittington

The Purr-fect Christmas Treat for all the Family!’

At Barrow Village Hall
Monday 19th of December
Tuesday 20th of December
Wednesday 21st of December
Performances at 6pm
Doors open at 5:30pm

Refreshments will be on sale before the show and at the interval

£6 Adults
£3 Children

Please visit the school office or call 01284 810223 for ticket enquiries.

This news was posted in Nov 2016

Remembrance Service

Remembrance Service

This year's Remembrance Service focused on the effect that war has had on the children of the world. Year 3 became a living sculpture of the 'Kinder-transport' children who were sent away from their families in WW2. Early Years children shared the poem 'Little Poppy', impressing all their parents with their confidence. Year 1 shared creative prayers, shredding drawings of their special belongings and imagining what it would be like to go without shoes. Year 4 children lead the service and the songs, which were very powerful and helped the whole school community to reflect and remember together.

 

This news was posted in Nov 2016

Harvest Generosity

Harvest Generosity

The 23rd September saw one of the highlights of the School’s religious calendar as the children enjoyed a brisk walk to All Saints Church for the Harvest Festival. With generous gifts from their families to donate, the children enjoyed a service led by Annie Throssell and Nicola Grieves, with a message based on ‘What a wonderful world’

The Children enjoyed singing ‘Big Red Combine Harvester’, ‘Generosity Song’ and their Harvest hymn with a great deal of gusto. There was even a chance for some to test their skills in a Countdown-style word creation game. Year Four children were involved throughout the service in sharing prayers and a reading of Psalm 104. Thank you to all who came along or who made contributions to Tayfen House.

This news was posted in Oct 2016

Summer Swimming Pool Update

Summer Swimming Pool Update

We are delighted to say that professional lettings have been steadily growing at our refurbished swimming pool at Barrow school, with Elite Swimming Academy and Water Babies providing a range of lessons for the local community throughout the week.  The children at Barrow, along with a number of other local primary schools, are also all enjoying our swimming facilities as part of their PE provision. 

Whilst we have been using the pool since the beginning of the year, there is still some work to be done to complete the refurbishment fully.  This does mean, therefore, that the pool will be closed over the summer holidays so that this can take place with the minimum of disruption to the swimming lessons that take place during term time.

We are very keen, however, to continue to make the pool available to the local community through private lettings, as we have usually done each year.   As the planned work should be finished by the start of the Autumn Term, we would envisage making the pool available during October half term for families to rent on an hourly basis.  We will advertise more details nearer the time.

This news was posted in Jun 2016

Young and old enjoy vintage games at Barrow

Young and old enjoy vintage games at Barrow

Young and old enjoyed a morning of vintage games as a village primary school continues to strengthen its links with the local community.

Barrow Primary School welcomed members of the village Lunch Club , who joined Year 2 pupils for games such as Beetle Drive and dominoes.

They also talked about the school’s key Christian value of honesty and times when they had broken rules.

Teacher Victoria Bush said: “We are looking forward to planning next half term’s get together - a creativity morning to continue building links with the local community.”

 

From Bury Free Press

This news was posted in May 2016

Revamped swimming pool opens at Barrow school

Revamped swimming pool opens at Barrow school

The future of a swimming pool at a village school has been secured for generations to come following a £50,000 revamp.
Barrow Primary’s pool boasts new insulation, floors, windows, showers, a toilet and an air-source heat pump, which will heat the facility using just 25 per cent of the current electricity consumption.

It follows a six month refurbishment project between the school and the Newmarket-based Elite Swimming Academy (ESA). The work allows the school to have full year round use of the pool and ESA will use it as a coaching venue out of school hours.


Head Helen Ashe said: “We’re delighted our pool’s future is secure. This an important development to our provision.”
ESA founder Ed Williams added: “We’re looking forward to offering private lessons in this beautifully refurbished pool.”

Bury Free Press

This news was posted in Feb 2016

Pupils at a village school made a regal return.

Pupils at a village school made a regal return.

Pupils at a Barrow primary school made a regal return after the Christmas holidays.


The children at Barrow Church of England Primary donned home made crowns on the first day back to celebrate Epiphany - the traditional Christian Festival of the Three Kings.


The crowns were paraded in school and pupils enjoyed cakes, as is common in France and Spain on this day.
An altar frontal was stitched by a local parishioner to be used annually for the celebration.


Barrow Primary is part of the Bury St Edmunds All-Through Trust, which includes Tollgate Primary, Westley and Horringer Court Middles as well as County Upper School.

From Bury Free Press

This news was posted in Jan 2016

Sleeping Beauty - Staff Panto

Sleeping Beauty - Staff Panto

It was not just the children at Barrow Primary School who put on Christmas productions because the staff also put on their own panto at the village hall for the second year.

Following the success of last year’s Cinderella, they did Sleeping Beauty, co-written by assistant head-teacher David Barrett and the school’s IT support manager Mark Denny, who also directed the show.

The king was teacher Nick Keefe, who was last year’s dame, while it was David’s turn as dame this year as the queen.

The villain (boo, hiss) was the evil Fairy Nuff, better known as head-teacher Helen Ashe.

The three night production raised money for the school’s PTA funds to provide facilities for pupils.

David said: “Writing it ourselves, we’ve written the parts knowing the people who’ll play them well and we could choose our own character names.

“I must thank all the school for their support and the local community.”

Bury Free Press

This news was posted in Dec 2015

Bury St Edmunds schools get some constructive help

Bury St Edmunds schools get some constructive help

Boxes of lego and some unwanted filing cabinets have been donated to schools in Bury St Edmunds.

Havebury Housing handed over 12 boxes of the building bricks which will help youngsters from Tollgate Primary School and Barrow Primary School with a maths project.

Meanwhile County Upper students were given the filing cabinets which Havebury no longer requires as it moves further towards a paper free environment,

Havebury health and safety facilities manager, Ed Zipfel, said the Lego had been in need of a good home while the filing cabinets and folders had become available as a result of an environmental project at Havebury.

“The document management scheme aims to reduce our level of printing, helping us contribute to a greener environment. As a result of storiny less hard copies of documents, a number of our cabinets and folders became surplus to requirements.
“With County Upper School showing an interest in having more filing equipment around its premises it made sense to donate the cabinets and folders to them. We’re delighted that the All Through Trust schools are able to use this equipment.”

Helen Ashe, Barrow headteacher, said: “We are very grateful to Havebury for their generous donations. The Lego kits complement those the trust has recently been awarded for a joint mathematics project.”

 From Bury Free Press Read more: http://www.buryfreepress.co.uk/news/local/latest-news/buryst-edmunds-schools-get-some-constructive-help-from-havebury-housing-1-7021188

This news was posted in Dec 2015

Happy 80th birthday to its ex-pupil dinner lady

Happy 80th birthday to its ex-pupil dinner lady

Barrow School says happy 80th birthday to its ex-pupil dinner lady.

 

Alma Wright knew something was going on when the youngest children at Barrow Primary School started wishing her happy birthday.

 

But she still did not expect the eve of her birthday to become such a big event when she turned up at yesterday for her job as a midday supervisor – but, then, today is her 80th birthday.

Alma, who lives in Barrow, has been working at the Bury St Edmunds All-Through Trust school for 47 years and started there as a pupil when her father moved to barrow as the village policeman when she was 10. Then her two daughters and granddaughter went there and great grandson Myles Illiffe is there now.

She has always lived in the village and husband Ron is only from Risby, so working at the school she was natural.

“I did anything they needed me for,” she said. “I’ve always been a dinner lady but I used to run a little nursery group in the village and I’ve done volunteering, reading with the children.

“Over the years the school’s had pieces added on and taken off. It’s a beautiful school – the staff, the children, and everything, it’s lovely.

“I’m afraid they’ll tell me I’ve got to stop because I don’t want to.” 

She gave out pupils’ weekly class certificates at an assembly at which head-teacher Helen Ashe said: “We’re celebrating a special birthday for a very special lady.”

All five classes had made cards for her.


From Bury Free Press Read more: http://www.buryfreepress.co.uk/news/local/latest-news/barrow-school-says-happy-80th-birthday-to-its-ex-pupil-dinner-lady-1-7065413#ixzz3rf8oWs8D

This news was posted in Nov 2015

Barrow Primary School celebrates its TA"s

Barrow Primary School celebrates its TA's

A great big thank you has been given to Barrow Primary School’s teaching assistants to mark Teaching Assistants’ Day.

The national celebration recognises the contribution made by TAs in schools across the country and at Barrow pink sashes were worn by the TAs who were given messages of thanks , flowers and served tea and cakes by Year 4 students.

Headteacher Helen Ashe said: “We were delighted to have the opportunity to celebrate the wonderful work our dedicated team of TAs do at Barrow. They are all highly skilled professionals who play a crucial role in suporting teaching and learning across the school.”

Story from Bury Free Press

This news was posted in Sep 2015

Exciting New Development for Education in Bury

Exciting New Development for Education in Bury

Following a bid to the Department for Education (DfE), the Bury St Edmunds All-Through Trust is delighted to announce that we have progressed to the ‘pre-opening stage’ for a new Technical Academy in Bury St Edmunds.

The Trust has long advocated the need for fresh approaches to different routes in education, all with equal parity. Through the Technical Academy, the Trust will seek to create one such route by embedding teaching within a vocational context, developing the skills young people need for the modern workplace. Within a broad curriculum, the focus of the academy will be on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects which are the key to the success of the UK economy. Our bid has been supported by many local and national companies including ARM, Bosch, British Sugar, Claas UK, Marshall’s, Microsoft, Rolls Royce, Treatts, UK Power Networks and Vitec as well as the University of East Anglia and the Suffolk business partnership.

All students will be members of our All-Through Trust with access to its extra-curricular opportunities. At age 13, students will be able to opt for either the STEM academy or County Upper with the flexibility to move at 14 or 16.

We now have a short period to develop our plans further, particularly with regard to the site and physical resources required for the new Technical Academy. During this period the Trust will be working closely with the DfE, our industrial supporters and other stakeholders, particularly parents and the local authority, to ensure that we realise this very exciting new initiative to provide an outstanding option for Bury St Edmunds and West Suffolk.

This news was posted in Sep 2015

School hold ballot to choose new logo

School hold ballot to choose new logo

 

Pupils at Barrow Primary School have been getting involved in the election fever sweeping the country by holding their own vote - to choose a new school logo.

 

The students are taking part in a whole school ballot today (Thursday) to choose the new emblem, picked from three designs by Tom Rowley, a local graphic designer.

Helen Ashe, headteacher, said the exercise was to ‘inspire, engage and connect’ children with democracy, while forming part of the school’s drive to promote British values in its curriculum.

 

“For the children at Barrow it’s an excellent opportunity to find out more about and discuss Parliament and democracy in the UK and relate these concepts to their own lives,” she said.

 

The final decision on the new logo will be made by the school’s governing body.

Dr Viv Hughes, chair of governors, said: “It is great for the children to experience decision-making through a democratic process.”

Bury Free Press

This news was posted in May 2015

Teaching boss hails Trust schools

Teaching boss hails Trust schools

The man responsible for teacher training across the country visited the Trust on 6 March and described us as a "beacon of good practice".

Charlie Taylor, the chief executive of the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), visited our County Upper and Barrow Campuses. NCTL is an agency sponsored by the Department of Education, created in 2013 and oversees the training of teachers in the UK.

Helen Ashe, the headteacher at Barrow Primary, said: "He was very positive about what he saw here and I think he went away impressed with the way our schools work together. He described both of the schools as a beacon of good practice in East Anglia."

This news was posted in Mar 2015

Science project at Barrow Primary School

Science project at Barrow Primary School

The activities, organised and presented by Nadine Payne and Colin Hanfrey from County Upper School, in Bury St Edmunds, gave Years Three and Four pupils the opportunity to try out their scientific investigation skills.

Year Three teacher and science coordinator David Barrett said: “The children really loved it and lots of them were asking when we were going to do more.

For full story East Anglian Daily Times (Click Here)

This news was posted in Jan 2015

New headteacher at top school in Barrow

New headteacher at top school in Barrow

The new headteacher of an ‘outstanding’ rated village school has pledged to build on its ‘brilliant work’ to ensure every child flourishes.

 

Helen Ashe has taken on the leading role at Barrow CEVC Primary after serving as deputy head for two years and more recently as acting head.

It follows the departure of Alison Earl, who has taken on the post of headteacher at Tollgate Primary, in Bury St Edmunds.

Both schools are part of the all-through Bury Academy Trust, which is led by County Upper.

See Bury Free Press for full artical (Click Here)

This news was posted in Jan 2015

Teachers tread the boards for fun-filled panto

Teachers tread the boards for fun-filled panto

Teachers at Barrow Primary School have brought a wealth of family fun to their village after staging a pantomime this week.

They performed Cinderella at the village hall and hope to have raised about £700 for the school. It was directed by IT specialist Mark Denny, who has worked as an actor in film, TV and theatre.

 

See Bury Free Press for full artical (Click Here)

This news was posted in Dec 2014

Cinderella

Cinderella

Staff Pantomime at the Barrow Village Hall

16th & 17th Dec 2014 6pm (doors open at 5.30pm)

Book your tickets at the school office to avoid disappointment!

£5 Adults & £2 Children

 

This news was posted in Dec 2014

Felt Making in Year 1

Felt Making in Year 1

The Year 1 children thoroughly enjoyed the morning they spent making felt visiting teacher Victoria Bush. 

Mrs Bush helped us to make individual felt crosses, which she then joined together to form our wonderful large felt
cross which is on display in the entrance to our school.


The children chose which colours they wished to include in their cross design and were then shown how to pull the wool into strands to begin the first process of felt making. We then learnt how to wet the wool and rub it to form the felt. Mrs Bush also told us the story of how felt was believed to have first been made. It was a very creative, exciting and inspiring activity for all the children and the adults involved, even though we all ended up smelling a bit like sheep!

This news was posted in Oct 2014

Children perform at Theatre Royal in Bury

Children perform at Theatre Royal in Bury

Children from Barrow Primary School, near Bury St Edmunds, have taken part in the Shakespeare Schools Festival (SSF) at the Theatre Royal in Bury on Monday.

The 30-minute production of Romeo and Juliet was staged with Year 3 children.

Speaking ahead of the show, teacher David Barrett said: “There are lots of interesting aspects to our production. We have really tried hard to incorporate all of the techniques the facilitators introduced at the workshops and so we are using some interesting ways of telling our story.”

SSF offers students from all backgrounds the opportunity to perform Shakespeare on their local professional stage. It also gives teaching staff the confidence and skills to take on the challenge of directing a Shakespeare play with even very young children.

Other schools in the Bury St Edmunds All-Through Trust also performed different plays on the same night.

 

Artical from EADT (Link)

This news was posted in Oct 2014

Barrow school children work with local artist

Barrow school children work with local artist

Children at Barrow School are getting arty this month in a new creative project based around the school’s Christian ethos.

Read full story from Bury Free Press

This news was posted in Sep 2014

Reducing absence from school

Reducing absence from school

Changes to Penalty Notice Code of Conduct To Tackle Attendance


Reducing absence from school is a key priority for all schools nationally. We do appreciate that the majority of parents ensure that their children attend school regularly.
Suffolk County Council have recently informed us that with effect from 1st September 2014, the Education Attendance Service will be issuing fixed penalty fines for a pupil who is stopped with parents/carers during a truancy sweep and the absence has not been authorised by the school.
It is important that children attend school regularly and you must make the school aware of the circumstance of any absence. Please remember that schools are limited in the reasons they can accept for absences and we are required to notify the Local Authority if a pupil is regularly missing school for unacceptable reasons.

This news was posted in Sep 2014

Family Fridays 8.50-9.20 am

Family Fridays 8.50-9.20 am

 These will continue this term with an opportunity for developing artistic skills. Through observational drawing skills of looking closely, noticing details and making improvements will be developed. These skills are also important for other areas of the curriculum. Most children and adults do not know how drawing is learned, it is not just a talent that is inherited, drawing skill emerges with practice. Observational drawing forms only one aspect of developing artistic skills, imaginative art will be a feature in other lessons. Realising that improvement comes with practice, being comfortable with mistakes and becoming confident in attempting something new are essential aspects of learning for life. If you or a family member would like to spend some time in school learning alongside the children we would love to see you. 

This news was posted in Jun 2014

Congratulations

Congratulations

At the beginning of May, Barrow School was one of the first two schools in the Country to have been awarded the Families First Quality Award by the Family and Childcare Trust and the National Association of Family Information Services. By achieving the Award, the School has demonstrated that it works with parents and families to involve them in their child’s education and contributes to the life of the School. The school has also demonstrated how it provides quality information, advice and assistance
to families. A plaque was received at a presentation ceremony on the 22nd May. Special thanks to Lynda Corley who leads our work with families and who co-ordinated the completion of the application.

This news was posted in Jun 2014

Bag2School

Bag2School

Bag2School now works with over 20,000 schools organising textile collections to raise money for,PTA's, Scout Groups and Clubs.

 

Our Bag2School Collection has been arranged for Tuesday 3rd June 2014

Any questions - please ask your school collection organiser FOBs

This news was posted in May 2014

Family Fridays

Family Fridays

Family Fridays 8.50-9.20 am (Starting 25th April)

This half term family members and friends are welcome to join the children in school to play a range of maths games. These will be based in each classroom with an overspill area in the hall if any classroom is very busy.

This news was posted in Apr 2014

BARROW SCHOOL MAKES CHOCOLATE TREATS

BARROW SCHOOL MAKES CHOCOLATE TREATS

The children in Years 3 and 4 at Barrow Primary School have enjoyed a visit from staff and students from West Suffolk College as part of their chocolate based topic this term.  Having already learned lots about the Aztecs, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and how chocolate is made, the visit was an interesting and exciting way of bringing their learning to life.  The children took part in chocolate making workshops led by the College’s chocolatiers. Fully funded by West Suffolk College as part of their community activity programme, the children and their parents worked with lecturers and students to make their own Willie Wonka inspired chocolate treats.

 

This news was posted in Apr 2014

Parents Week

Parents Week

It is well recognised that involving parents and carers in their children's education can help remove barriers to learning, improve attitudes and behaviour and raise attainment.  The recent inquiry into raising standards of education in Suffolk acknowledges the importance of recognising the contribution parents make in the education of children.  At Barrow Primary School we are working hard on engaging our parents by taking part in National Parents’ Week from 21st – 24th October 2013.

As part of this national initiative, we have organised a range of activities designed to celebrate the hard work parents do, raise awareness of the importance of spending quality one-to-one time with a child and develop learning through a range of enjoyable and inspiring activities. We aim to help parents create and celebrate those important moments that make being a child and being a parent so special. With all the extra pressures modern parents face, we recognise that it can be difficult to find the time that children really need. 

There are a wide range of activities planned and some events will be run with the support of specialist staff from our Academy Trust partner schools.  These will include iPad sessions, campfire skills, craft workshops and a breakfast cafe.  They are all scheduled to take place on different days, and at a variety of times, to allow parents to select the things that they would like to do at a time that is most convenient. We are encouraging all parents to get involved with at least one activity throughout the week.  

Headteacher, Alison Earl, commented ‘We want Barrow School be a place where everyone who has a stake in our school community is welcome and involved.   Through this special week of activities, we hope to break down any barriers that parents may have in an atmosphere of shared enjoyment and learning.’

The staff at Barrow would also like to extend an invitation to members of the community, parents or staff from other schools to come along and see the range of things happening at Barrow throughout the week.  Details of events taking place throughout the week are available on the school’s website.  Please contact the school directly to arrange a visit.

This news was posted in Oct 2013

Shakespeare Festival

Shakespeare Festival

The children from Barrow Primary School are taking part in the Shakespeare Schools Festival at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmundson Tuesday, 15thOctober. The 30 minute production, an abridged version of Romeo and Juliet, will be staged with a selection of Year 3 and 4 children, who are all aged between 7 and 9; these are amongst some of the youngest children taking part in the Festival. Alison Earl, Headteacher, said ‘It is an exciting opportunity for the children to engage with their cultural heritage and also perform in a professional theatre.’

SSF affords a unique learning opportunity for both the teachers as well as pupils; giving staff the confidence and skills to take on the challenge of directing a Shakespeare play with even very young children.  Cast Director at Barrow, Helen Ashe, commented ‘There are lots of interesting aspects to our production.  We have really tried hard to incorporate all of the techniques the facilitators introduced at the workshops and so we are using some interesting ways of telling our story.’ The Barrow production uses the whole cast to tableaux the scenary as well as choral speaking to add empahsis and drama. The accompanying sound track features everything from Rhianna and Taylor Swift to Star Wars!

The three other schools in the Bury St Edmunds Academy Trust are also performing different plays on the same night. The festival is part of a national programme of Shakespeare performances organised by the same company. The idea of the festival is to inspire a new generation of students to build a life-long relationship with Shakespeare’s work.

This news was posted in Oct 2013