Welcome to our school!
Bathwick St. Mary Church School is a very welcoming, high achieving and creative school that seeks to provide an inspirational education for all our children. Rooted in our core Christian values, we provide a caring, supportive and secure environment where each child can flourish as an individual and as part of our school family and community.
If you would like to visit our school, please do contact one of our friendly office team (01225 465654) and we will look forward to welcoming you to Bathwick soon.
Our Mission, Vision and Christian Values
Our mission explains what we are doing and why what we’re doing matters and how we enable all our children to flourish:
Bathwick is an inclusive and joyful school that provides a stimulating environment in which we celebrate and nurture every child. Through an inspiring education rooted in core Christian values, we challenge and support our children to reach their full potential and become compassionate, courageous individuals. Our creative and rich curriculum and committed staff promote a lifelong love of learning, encouraging children to become caring and confident advocates for others and our world.
Please click here to find out more about our Vision, ‘Achieving excellence through the pursuit of good‘, our Mission and our Christian Values.
Is your child due to start school in September 2019?
To enjoy a tour of the school to see everything we have to offer, including our amazing new outdoor Reception area, our on-site woodland which we use for weekly Forest School, our bright and vibrant classes and brand new IT suite! All our children enjoy a rich and engaging curriculum, with many trips and visitors who help inspire us on our learning adventure.
Please do contact the school to arrange a convenient time for a tour.
Our commitment to Safeguarding
Bathwick St. Mary Church School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. For more information, please review our Safeguarding policies under the ‘Safeguarding Information’ link or please speak to our Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead, Kevin Purkiss.
Below is a Whisper button from South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL). If pupils or parents have any issues online, they can click this button to be taken to a web form where they can anonymously report concerns or issues with breach of safety online.
- Mental health and wellbeing advice
- Peter Pan
- World War One Commemoration
- Sporting Success in the Biathlon