Friday 15th May
Wednesday 13th May - National Numeracy Day
Latest BARNBY DUN PRIMARY ACADEMY, 2017-2018 HOLIDAY PATTERN Events
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ClassDojo - Please remember to update your child's profile on ClassDojo so we can see all the wonderful things you have been up to.
Some photos below from ClassDojo showing what our staff & pupils have been doing in school - Everything from watering Mr H's plants to PE with Joe Wicks!
WELCOME TO BARNBY DUN PRIMARY ACADEMY
Thank you for choosing our school.
Barnby Dun Primary is a happy, welcoming, vibrant school where everyone is valued and respected. Our pupils are encouraged and praised so they feel confident in their abilities, know how to succeed and have aspirational goals, aiming for high standards to be the best they can be.
We want to ensure your child thoroughly enjoys their time with us and takes forward many happy memories. At Barnby Dun we aim to make learning as fun, meaningful and innovative as possible so children make their very best progress.
Children, staff, pupils and Governors work together to create a safe and stimulating learning environment, where all children grow academically, morally and socially.
We have a well-established, highly motivated and dedicated staff who are forward thinking, driven and passionate about educating and caring for children.
I hope you find the information on our website a useful introduction to our school and your child enjoys many happy, fulfilling years with us. We look forward to working in partnership with you.
Miss C.E. Robinson - Head Teacher
Click on the Cool Milk logo below to visit their website for information about your child's school milk
Donny Dog visited school today to drop some books off for World Book Day.
Thank you Donny Dog.
- July 2016 - 'Good' (Link to 2016 report) ~ HMI Ofsted , 'Leaders and Governors have maintained the good quality of education since the last inspection. A cheerful, bustling ethos is tangible...Pupils are eager to come to Barnby Dun. This is clearly demonstrated by excellent rates of attendance. Efforts are praised and pupils are valued as individuals.'
- March 2012 - 'Good' (Link to 2012 report)
RECENT LETTERS (click the links)