Barningham Prospectus 2019-2020
Our School Day starts at 8:50 and finishes at 3:20. We have lunch from 12:00 in EYFS (Rabbits) and KS1 (Squirrels) and 12:15 in KS2 (Badgers and Owls).
We take Safeguarding very seriously at Barningham CEVC Primary School and Keeping Children Safe is at the core of all that we do: Safer Recruitment, data handling (GDPR), teaching and learning, attendance and behaviour monitoring, risk assessments and Child Protection. We offer an Early Help to families who may require some extra support or guidance with their child.
To learn, aspire, believe and hope through our Christian faith is our school ethos and values statement.
Barningham CEVC Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children.
The Designated Senior Leader is Mrs Parr; the Alternate Designated Person is Mrs Pipe
and the Governor with Responsibility for Safeguarding is Mrs Norris.
The Online Safety Lead is Miss Shipston and the Governor with Responsibility for Online Safety is Mrs Norris.
The Prevent (Radicalisation) Lead is Mrs Parr and the Governor with Responsibility for Prevent is Mrs Norris.
Here is a copy of our Behaviour Principles Statement. This tells you about our ethos and approach to dealing with pastoral and behavioural issues within our school:
Behaviour Statement Sept 2018
Promoting British Values
We aim is a copy of our aim for every child at our school.
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
The GDPR is a piece of EU-wide legislation which determines how personal data is processed and kept safe. This regulation applies from 25th May 2018 to organisations that process or handle personal data, including schools. You will be aware of the Data Protection Act 1998 and this new legislation builds and strengthens on the principles of this and will be replaced by the Data Protection Bill.
As a school we hold personal data relating to you and your child. This is held securely and is a legal requirement. Data plays a key part within today’s education system allowing us to monitor your child’s progress with accurate evaluation and evidence.
Every September, data sheets are sent home with each child for parents to complete and sign. Changes relating to GDPR will be reflected in these forms and until then any consents you have given will still apply . Should you wish to withdraw consent please contact the school office.
Here is a copy of our Privacy Notice information sheet. This tells you what information we hold about each child and how it is used or shared. Our aim is to maintain confidentiality at all times.
Privacy Notice Pupils
Privacy Notice LAC
There are many questions that you may have and by reading our prospectus we hope that you may find the information that you need. If not, please ask!
We are pleased to announce that embroidered uniform is now available to buy from Tesco Direct. There is no minimum order and the school receives a 5% donation from Tesco for each order placed. Please visit the website Tesco Direct and click on Baby & Kids – School Uniform – Uniform Embroidery Service – Search Barningham. Or use this link to go directly there. Uniform will still be available to buy directly from the school office.
Prospectus and Admissions
Barningham Prospectus 2019-2020
Admission Policy March 2019
Attendance Policy June 2018
If you would like to know more about our school or arrange a visit, please contact the school office on 01359 221297. Details of our school admissions can be found under our policy section – Admission Policy.
All school admissions are made through our Admissions Team based at Constantine House, Ipswich. You can contact them by phone on 0845 600 0981 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also view the Admissions Policy for Suffolk County Council by clicking here.