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Welcome to Barton Church of England VC Primary School  

'The small school with a big heart.'

 

Mrs Sharon Stevenson 

On behalf of the children, staff and governors at Barton Church of England VC Primary School I would like to welcome you to our School website.

Barton Church of England Primary School is a small rural school in a village setting and it is a very special place, where all staff are dedicated to providing a stimulating, exciting environment where everyone feels valued and safe.  By providing a varied and creative curriculum, which engages and challenges our children, and by promoting excellent behaviour, our goal is to enthuse in all our children a desire to learn, as well as care and respect each other.

We believe that education is a partnership between children, staff, parents and the local community, working together so our children love school, are outstanding citizens and ready for their next stage of education. Being a Church of England School, Christian Values underpin all areas of school life.  Ours is a happy school, where the success of every child really matters.

We hope that you will enjoy our website and be encouraged to come and visit us and to join our Barton Community. 

Mrs Sharon Stevenson

Headteacher

 

Year 3/4 Cricket Tournament

On the 8th June our team of year three and four boys and girls attended the Drax Cup Cricket tournament at Richmond Cricket Club. Here is an event report by Max (year three) to tell you all the details.

We arrived to a cloudy Richmond Cricket Club and quickly had to get sorted for our first game against Richmond C of E. We won the toss and opted to field first. Richmond C of E put on a healthy total of 132 with Ewan taking two wickets and some tight bowling from Rio. After a shaky start, Barton retaliated with a respectable 98 runs.

After a half an hour lunch break, we played Richmond St Mary’s. We won the toss again and put St Mary’s in to bat. Despite catches being taken by Ewan (2), Max (1) and a run out by Max, St Mary’s had a total of 127 runs. We switched the batting pairs around and ended up being defeated after reaching a total of 109 runs.

Despite not reaching the semi-finals, we had another game against Croft. We won the toss again – yeah! – and fielded first. Croft hit a total of 123 runs, with a catch by Ewan and Connor bowling out 2 wickets. Keeping our batting pairs the same, we now had more confidence and determination. Elle, Clayton, Lottie and Oliver batted well, a few fours were hit by Ewan and Max and we ended up with a total of 126 runs. Hurray – WE WON!

We opted to play a shortened version of cricket against North Cowton, losing the toss and being made to bat first. We switched the batting pairs again and ended up with a total of 109 runs. Clayton bowled extremely well keeping the runs low, however North Cowton batted well and won with a total of 113 runs.

We all had a fun afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.

Lego Workshop

We had amazing fun with Mr Bousfield on our Lego Workshop day. Congratulations to everyone who entered our model making contest and a special well done to our winners: Matty, Katie, Elizabeth and Holly, Alfie and Jessie.

To see more pictures click here!

Will Sharp crossed the finish line in 50th place in the North Yorkshire School Games 2016 Cross Country Finals!

After an outstanding first round by the whole of Key Stage Two at Catterick Racecourse on Thursday 10th March, Will Sharp qualified in 5th place to take part in North Yorkshire School Games 2016 Cross Country Finals at Dalby Forest on Thursday 17th March 2016. Will felt he had "ran the best race he could have' and 'felt good' when he crossed the finish line in 50th place. Well done Will... everyone is so proud of you.

 

Richmondshire Cross Country

On Thursday 10th March thirty-one of our Key Stage Two pupils took part in the Richmondshire Cross Country competition at Catterick Racecourse.

The behaviour and enthusiasm of everybody in Team Barton was amazing. Despite the long course everyone was upbeat and gave 100% effort. We had some super placings and even some pupils who have made it through to the next round of the competition so a big well done to everybody involved!

Swaledale Primary School Football League - 3rd Place Finish!

The results are in for the league and Team Barton finished in third place! We finished the season with five wins, five draws and only two losses. A huge well done to our team and also a big thank you to parents who helped make attending this event possible for us.

Mike Layfield, League Organiser, said "I was very impressed with all of the children's attitudes and sportsmanship. On top of that they played some excellent football and work very well as a team." High acclaim indeed!

 

Here are our results and final league standing:

 
Team
Played
Points
Goal dif.
1
RMS “ A “
12
31
+31
2
Bolton-on-Swale
12
25
+16
3
Barton
12
20
+6
4
Richmond C of E
12
16
-1
5
Ravensworth
12
12
-0
6
RMS “B”
12
9
-9
7
Richmond St Mary’s
12
0
-19

 

Barton
Vs
Bolton
Drew 2 - 2
Barton
vs
Methodist “A”
Lost 3-0
Barton
vs
Ravensworth
Won 4-1
Barton
vs
Methodist “B”
Drew 0-0
Barton
Vs
Richmond  C of E
Drew 0-0
Barton
Vs
Richmond St Mary’s
Won 1-0
Barton
Vs
Bolton-on-Swale
Won 2-1
Barton
vs
Methodist “A”
Lost 2-1
Barton
Vs
Ravensworth
Won 2-0
Barton
vs
Methodist “B”
Drew 0-0
Barton
Vs
Richmond  C of E
Drew 0-0
Barton
Vs
Richmond St Mary’s
Won 3-0

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