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  • The school's work to keep pupils safe and secure is outstanding. Exemplary behaviour is typified by a high level of mutual respect between adults and pupils. Pupils thoroughly enjoy school are keen to learn and get along very well together.

  • Consistently good teaching with some outstanding features ensures that all groups of pupils make good progress from their various starting points.

  • Lessons are imaginatively planned so pupils are interested and eager to learn.

  • The quality of teaching and learning is good with some outstanding features.

Quotes from the School's Ofsted Report - December 2014

Thank you for showing an interest in our school and welcome to our website. Barton Stacey Primary is a small rural Church of England school in a beautiful Hampshire village which benefits from a strong local community and history with the Armed Forces.

Barton Stacey Primary

We are a successful Church of England (Controlled) Primary School with around a hundred children, organised over four mixed-age classes. This helps to give our school the warm, friendly, family-feel that our families value. We know our children extremely well and treat them with respect as unique individuals. Children do very well here and are appropriately supported and challenged, through high quality teaching, so that they can make good progress. As a small school, we are able to provide our children with a caring and nurturing environment with a strong Christian ethos. Our motto is ‘Learn, Care, Share and Achieve’ and this makes clear our commitment to high quality learning and attainment, supported by our Vision & Values Statement, that make us good people to be around.

Please do get in contact if you would like to know more about us or to enquire about places available for school-aged children between the ages of 4 and 11.

Clare Beswick - Interim Headteacher