Barns Green Primary School

"Discovering the best in all"

Headteacher's Welcome

Thank you for your interest in Barns Green Primary School. It's impossible to capture the caring and happy atmosphere of...

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Our Core Values & Vision

Our Vision At Barns Green, we encourage all of our children to become confident, secure and caring individuals, who are...

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Term Dates & School Calendar

All term dates and activities can be seen in school's public Google calendar. West Sussex County Council term dates can...

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Welcome to Barns Green Primary School

We are a happy and successful primary school, set in the heart of rural Barns Green, Sussex. We’re passionate about the well-being of our children and their learning.

Our values of Respect, Responsibility, Perseverance, Compassion, Community and Inclusion underpin everything we do. You can find out more about our Values and our Vision here.

We have a state-of-the-art school building, designed to 21st-century standards, built in 2015. The building boasts generous classrooms and play spaces to create a stimulating environment for our pupils. The inside space is bright and airy and flooded with natural daylight. There is easy access to outdoor spaces, and we encourage outdoor learning in extensive playgrounds and fields and ‘forest school’.

Thank you for taking the time to find out more about us. We hope that our website gives you an insight into the school, its values, ethos, and expectations.

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Please read our Headteacher’s welcome to find out more or watch the video below. If you would like to experience the school first-hand or have any unanswered questions – please contact us to arrange a visit.

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KS1 had a special visitor in last week. Major Morley came in to talk to us about being in the army and working for the King which links with our topic all about ‘Magnificent Monarchs’.

It was perfect timing this week as it is the King’s official birthday 🎈 👑
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KS1 had a special visitor in last week. Major Morley came in to talk to us about being in the army and working for the King which links with our topic all about ‘Magnificent Monarchs’. 

It was perfect timing this week as it is the King’s official birthday 🎈 👑Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

On Monday a number of year 5s had the opportunity to become real scientists investigating a crime scene at Christ's Hospital.

This was an enriching experience where they were enthused by the practical application of physics, chemistry and biology!
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On Monday a number of year 5s had the opportunity to become real scientists investigating a crime scene at Christs Hospital.

This was an enriching experience where they were enthused by the practical application of physics, chemistry and biology!Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Dylan really enjoyed being a part of this, his favourite part was getting to use fire and chemicals! And he loved that the band played "footballs coming home" when all the CH pupils marched at lunchtime..thank you for giving him the opportunity to take part in this day 😊

Year 6 have been learning about processed and ultra processed foods this term. In small groups they planned healthy meals for an 11 year old, to include; breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and drinks. They chose one meal to prepare and cook.

They were all fantastic, working so well as a team and produced some delicious, healthy meals and presented them perfectly.

They enjoyed tasting them too, ( so did Mrs Nicholson, who didn't need dinner afterwards!)
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Year 6 have been learning about processed and ultra processed foods this term. In small groups they planned healthy meals for an 11 year old, to include; breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and drinks. They chose one meal to prepare and cook. 

They were all fantastic, working so well as a team and produced some delicious, healthy meals and presented them perfectly. 

They enjoyed tasting them too, ( so did Mrs Nicholson, who didnt need dinner afterwards!)Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

This week Otter Class, were understanding how the mummification process works by comparing their preserved fruit with non-preserved fruit.

They also acted out and learned about the journey an Egyptian takes in the afterlife.
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This week Otter Class, were understanding how the mummification process works by comparing their preserved fruit with non-preserved fruit. 

They also acted out and learned about the journey an Egyptian takes in the afterlife.Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

Welcome back everyone a great time had by all 😃

Comments from two different instructors said how our kids are the best they have seen in ages in terms of behaviour and attitude. 😃
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Welcome back everyone a great time had by all 😃

Comments from two different instructors said how our kids are the best they have seen in ages in terms of behaviour and attitude. 😃

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Thank you so much! It was a huge success according to my children and such a positive experience for them. Well done to everyone involved. We really appreciate how hard you work and all that you do to make our kids happy xxx

Well done all!! Such a brilliant experience for them all - hopefully for the staff too!! Thank you! 👏👏

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And we are on our way home 🏠Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment

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What a fabulous trip. Well done everyone!

Well survived all the staff!! 🙏🙏🙏🙏xx

Thank you all x

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