In our school, we celebrate being part of God’s family.
We inspire our children with a love of learning in a safe, happy
environment, which will enable them to flourish and
reach their individual potential.

Baildon, Shipley, West Yorkshire BD17 6TE

tel: 01274 598540,

fax: 01274 530018,

email: office@baildonce.co.uk

Welcome to Baildon!

Welcome to Baildon Church of England. We hope that you like the look of our website and that you find all the information which you require.

So what is so special about Baildon Church of England Primary School? As you read through this website you will see why we are incredibly proud of our school, our children and their achievements. At this school every child really does matter. Our curriculum and Christian ethos are designed to support and give children the skills they need to: stay safe, enjoy and achieve, follow a healthy lifestyle, prepare for their future, manage money and make a difference in their local community.

 

Pupils at Baildon Church of England Primary are taught in a well-equipped, stimulating environment by a team of enthusiastic, dedicated and talented staff, who provide your child with the best possible start to life. Excellent facilities in a recently refurbished building, enable us to educate to the highest standards.

We are delighted that we have been designated a Teaching School in recognition of the work which we have done to support other schools and to raise attainment.  You can access the Eden CE TSA website here. www.edentsa.education

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.

 

Mrs Mary Connor

Headteacher

 

The Church School News

Please watch this space for news and event information.

 It's A Boy- Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Van Der Gucht on the birth of their baby boy. 

NATIVITIES

Congratulations to the 58 stars in Reception who performed 'This is the Story" for family and friends. They were all amazing. Special thanks to all the staff involved in the production and special thanks to Mrs Adams who wrote the play.

Well done everyone. 

Congratulations also to the 120 children who performed The Inn Spectors to a packed hall twice on Thursday. It was great to see the confidence and enjoyment of the children as they narrated the story and entertained us with some new songs and dances. Thanks to Mrs Armstrong for accompanying the children and to all the staff who worked so hard to co-ordinate the play. 

Well done everyone.

 The Nursery children also shone as real stars with their performance of 'The Nativity' this morning. Thank you to everyone who joined us and to the staff for preparing the children.

Another super performance! Well done!

CHRISTMAS JUMPERS
Thank you for your donations received today. We will be sending £160 to Save the Children next week.

Attendance for the  week of  3rd December  was 96.56%.

 

Dinners are free for children in Years Reception, 1 and 2. 

Dinners cost £1.90 per day, £9.50 per week and £60.80 from 3rd January to 15th February. Please remember that we are a cashless school from September,payments are required one week in advance. 

All dinner, trip, residential and breakfast club monies will need to be paid via the SchoolMoney payments system which can be accessed via the following link

 

A copy of the menu for this half term can be found in the Parent Section of the website.

The Calendar of agreed dates for 2018-2019 has now been updated and can be found by following this link:

Calendar 1819.pdf

 Inglebourough Presentation.

Please find below the link to the presentation which Mr Holmes presented last week on Ingleborough.

Year 4 Ingleborough Hall.pptx

 

 

Pupils are proud of their school and enjoy an exceptionally rich curriculum.'

'Pupils behave exceptionally well and their positive attitudes to learning are a significant factor in the outstanding progress they make in their lessons.'

 Ofsted 2013

"The enthusiasm of the children and staff when talking about RE is exceptional.  Learners are inspired by the subject and talk about it freely with one another."

 "The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of each child is nurtured through collective worship and the innovative approach to the teaching of Religious Education."

Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist  Schools October 2014

Latest School Events

F2Py Party17Dec2018

F2P Crafts17Dec2018

2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

F2P Party18Dec2018

KS1 Party (Years 1,2)18Dec2018

F2Py Crafts18Dec2018

2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

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