Joining Our School

How can we join the school?

We are a Church of England Primary School taking children between the ages of 4 and 11. Currently the Lincolnshire County Council deal with all admissions. For parents with children of near starting school age, they can apply on line at the school admissions website below from November the previous year.  For mid year entries, please contact the school or the LCC Admissions team on 01522 782030 email:
Please click to see our Mission Statement, School Aims and Statement of Religious Ethos.
The children have designed their own Mission Statement - An Insipational Journey for a Brighter Future
Useful websites include and
For our most recent Ofsted inspection please follow this link. To access the DfE Compare schools please click here
To look at the school and college performance tables please click here
Our pupils' KS2 2016 SATs results compared to the National Average can be seen here.
Our absence figures for the school year 2016/17 were 3.23% authorised and 1.03% unauthorised.

Toddler Play Group

We have a Toddler Play Group that meets in school on a Friday afternoon, from 1.30-3.00pm, for children aged birth-4 years. The group is run by Mrs Martini, a former teaching assistant in school and Mrs James whose late husband was the headmaster at Partney School for a number of years, helps. There are lots of toys available to play with, books to read and creative things to do. Each child is given a drink and a healthy snack and the adults get a hot drink too! The cost of bringing your child to the group is only £1 per family. Everyone is welcome - just come to the school reception and we will show you where to go.

Toddler Fair Sept 2017                                                   

Stay and Play Group 

We also have a Stay and Play Group on a Monday afternoon, beginning at the start of the school year, for children over three years old, due to start school the following September. It also runs from 1.30-3.00pm and is in Class 1 so the children can familiarise themselves with their surroundings before starting full time.

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Parents, Grandparents or other volunteers can help too!

We always welcome helpers into school to help listen to readers, with activities or even do career talks or demonstrations.
Please read the Volunteer and Parent Helper information.
The PFA welcomes any parents please look on their page to find out more .

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