Please be aware that it is a normal school uniform day tomorrow (Thursday 30th November).
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Barton at the Marlow
Please be aware Friday 1st December is the last day to pay for the Pantomime trip. Thank you.
Well done Barton!!
We raised an amazing
Thank you to all of you who came and bought cakes and coffee on Friday.
A big welcome back to all pupils this term and thank you for looking so smart. I am glad to say the first three days have been very calm and the older children have helped the Year 3 settle in very quickly. Please make sure all jumpers, coats and PE kits and named and any money coming into the school is placed in a named envelope.
Staff are always on hand at the end of the day if you wish to speak to them. Alternatively you can ring to make an appointment to speak to one of the leadership team or pupil and parent support officer.
Hats and Sun cream needed!
Its going to be hot this week and UV levels are sky high. Please make sure your child comes to school with a hat and has sun cream with them or once a day cream applied before school. Sun cream should be higher than factor 30 and have the highest UV rating possible. Thank you.
Year 4 Assembly
The children in Year 4 held an assembly for parents and carers this morning.
It was an epic performance showcasing their topic work on Robots.
Well done to all the children and staff in Year 4 for putting on such a fantastic show.
There are some photos in the Year 4 Gallery.
Please ensure your contact details are kept up to date and include at least one mobile phone number. This will enable us to text you if the school has to shut due to bad weather and any other important information.
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We have listened to comments from parents and we can now take card payments for dinner money, trips and breakfast club.
Members of the school Council visited the Houses of Parliament this week.
This was a great experience for the children in which they had a tour of the building and took part in an educational workshop.
Road to Rio Cookery Session
Thank you to all parents and children who wanted to take part in the Kent Road to Rio cookery session. Take up was so popular we had to pull names out of the hat! Children learnt how to make healthy sprinting spaghetti bolognaise and parents were invited to taste their cooking skills at the end of the day. The smell from the canteen was amazing and made us all very, very hungry!