"Learning today for a better tomorrow!" Welcome to our school career site which we hope you will find useful. There are approximately 300 students on roll at the school aged from 3 - 11 years old. Students behave well and are keen to do their best. Children make good progress and standards of attainment are steadily improving. We have high expectations of students and all the staff work hard to ensure that each child can achieve his or her full potential.

We want to work in partnership with parents and carers because we know that children will achieve much more when they receive high levels of support and encouragement from home. We hope that children and families will use this website together, not only to keep up-to date with the exciting things that are happening, but also so that children can talk about their learning at home. This really helps to consolidate children's learning because if they can explain something, then they are deepening their own understanding.

About Us

 St. Barnabas C. of E. Primary School - Aims  ‘Learning Today for a Better Tomorrow’  All children will reach their full potential by: Developing the knowledge, skills, understanding and attitudes to enable them to access future learning opportunities and lead a full life Developing effective communication skills Developing their own spirituality while respecting and learning about others’ faith and culture Being able to work and play responsibly, independently, cooperatively and creatively Acting justly, valuing and caring for others and understand how others can support them Being happy and confident Being encouraged to adopt a healthy, active lifestyle Having an understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses and use these to aspire to greater achievement in life  In order to achieve these aims for our pupils-  Teaching staff will: Help children to develop a range of learning styles (Visual, Auditory, Kinaesthetic) Ensure that all learners are engaged by providing fun, interactive lessons Provide a welcoming environment with clearly labelled, accessible resources and displays which promote learning Plan to meet the needs of different learners Use assessment for learning, including effective questioning and target setting to ensure that pupils make good progress Help children to explore and use the links between different areas of learning  The school will, in partnership with parents and the wider community: Expect high standards from all pupils whatever their ability or background. Offer a wide range of experiences and challenges, both in and outside the classroom, to enable the pupils to become independent, enthusiastic learners. Implement clear, consistent, positive behaviour policies which encourage self-discipline and respect for others. Provide opportunities to learn about cultures, discuss values and reflect on spiritual issues. Celebrate success and give opportunities to reflect on learning. Offer opportunities to be creative within a wide, relevant and well resourced curriculum. Provide a safe, secure environment where children are given opportunities to work and play collaboratively and independently. Be a community where all are valued, listened to and helped to develop their communication skills Provide opportunities for pupils to engage in high quality PE and sports activities Provide information and encourage learners to make healthy choices.

Working for us

If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your CV now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for. 

By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs.

For more information about School Talent Pools visit www.eteach.com

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Leicester Academies Church Trust

Our school is proud to be a Church of England School. It’s what makes us special. We are part of the Leicester Academies Church Trust, which allows us to receive advice and support from the Diocese of Leicester Board of Education.

To find out more about this please go to: http://www.leicester-dbe.com/