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St Barnabas CE School

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We are committed to providing a wide variety of exciting, stimulating and challenging opportunities across the curriculum and learning is enhanced and further embedded by the range of enrichment activities provided. School trips, visiting specialists, themed days and weeks are directly linked to topics across a range of subject areas and give pupils opportunities to learn in different environments and improve writing outcomes by enriching their vocabulary.

Enriching the Curriculum 

We use our local environment, visiting our local park, shops, church and businesses to enrich the children's learning and understanding. We also invite visitors from the community, such as fire fighters, nurses, theatre groups and local artists, to talk to the children in relation to our topics. We undertake visits further a field, including to farms, environmental centres, the seaside and museums.

As a school we also celebrate many events in the Christian calendar, learn about other religious festivals (such as Diwali, Chinese New Year and Holi), hold fund-raising events such as Comic Relief and activity days such as World Book Day and many, many more...

And finally...

The most important aspect of learning at St. Barnabas is to foster an environment where all children feel safe, secure and valued, to become active, confident learners who are keen to challenge themselves, work with others, be creative and imaginative, persevere and fulfill their potential.

Trust-wide enrichment events

Our children have the opportunity to take part in a range of Trust-wide enrichment events throughout the year, including: 

PDET Going for Gold Sports Day

A team of 15 children represent our school in our Trust's annual inter-school Olympics! A fun day of sports competition and physical challenges for years 2 - 4.


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Peterborough Diocese Education Trust

PDET is a family of Church of England Schools across Northamptonshire, Peterborough and Rutland.

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