Welcome to Middle Barton School

Be Curious – Believe – Challenge – Achieve

Respect

Promote high achievement where children work independently & collaboratively

Compassion

Nurture all aspects of a child’s development, emotionally, academically and socially

Integrity

Develop high self esteem and sense of worth alongside high standards of behaviour

A warm welcome to Middle Barton Primary School

A very warm welcome to Middle Barton School. We are a rural primary school in North Oxfordshire, where our staff, governors, parents and the wider community are committed to providing the best outcomes for our children. We offer a wide and varied curriculum where children are encouraged to explore the world in which they live and to question what they are told, see or hear.

We are fortunate enough to have a large site with playing fields, playgrounds, a forest school area and an outdoor eco classroom, transformed from our old swimming pool – one of a kind!

We work very closely with our on-site Pre-School to ensure a careful transition into our Reception class, and because of this close relationship, we see our children settle in quickly.

We welcome all visitors to our school. So if you would like a tour of the school or to answer any questions you might have, then please call the school office on 01869 340522.

Outdoor Learning

We are fortunate enough to have a large site with playing fields, playgrounds,
a forest school area and an outdoor eco classroom, transformed from
our old swimming pool – one of a kind!

Outdoor Learning

We are fortunate enough to have a large site with playing fields, playgrounds,
a forest school area and an outdoor eco classroom, transformed from
our old swimming pool – one of a kind!

At Middle Barton we are proud to say:

‘Our vision at Middle Barton, is that all children will question, challenge and engage in the world in which they live. Through compassion, respect and integrity, children will have high aspirations and expectations for themselves and others. Using curiosity, creativity and partnerships, all our children will believe and achieve.’

Be Curious – Believe – Challenge – Achieve

Safeguarding Children – what to do if you think a child is at risk of abuse or neglect:

Immediate dangerif you think a child is in immediate danger, call the police on 999.

Immediate concernif you have a concern about a child, please call MASH on 0345 050 7666.

A special helpline is available if you are concerned that a child you know is being sexually exploited. Contact the Kingfisher Team on 01865 309196

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