Barnack Church of England Primary School

Barnack School is an expanding and popular Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School, which has seven classes, currently catering for 162 pupils. We have recently added new classes, an exciting outdoor area and have significantly expanded our staff. We have a delightful and extensive site at the heart of the lovely conservation village of Barnack.
There is good access from the A1, with Stamford being the nearest town, and Peterborough some 10 miles away.
Classes now consist of single age groups with pupils at the school coming from a catchment of six villages surrounding Barnack, with a proportion from out of catchment. We have a significant number of children with additional needs, and who are entitled to Pupil Premium funding. Our children enjoy coming to school, work hard, are well behaved, and make good progress relevant to their starting points.
The school has a well deserved reputation and record of high attainment and achievement, in our most recent Ofsted Inspection (July 2011), the school came out with an overall grading of Outstanding, and the staff and governors are focussed and committed to maintaining this high standard of excellence. This corresponded with our church inspection, which praised our ethos and our approach to developing young learners into confident and successful individuals.