Welcome to Burton End Primary Academy
We are proud of the facilities we provide for the children of our local community. The Academy grounds are extensive and include two separate playgrounds, a large sports field, a trim trail, a wild-life pond, a large climbing frame, a variety of seating areas as well as fruit trees and a nature area. The building itself consists of 14 large classrooms and a nursery, a class-size computer suite, two spacious halls, various small group teaching spaces and a well-stocked library. Our academy is spacious and flexible enabling us to hold a variety of events such as concerts, art exhibitions, sports events and parent meetings. We are continually striving to improve the learning environment for our children and our focus in the current academic year is to further develop our outside learning areas so that all year groups can benefit from extending their knowledge and experience of the wonders of nature and outdoor physical activity.
Mrs Madeline Vosper
School Newsletter 7th December
Once again we are drawing near to the end of a
busy and exciting term. Children who joined us in
Nursery and Reception now seem like ‘old hands’ –
they are following school routines and are learning
in leaps and bounds! Pupils across the school are
busy preparing their art work for our end of term
Art Exhibition and as I walk around the school it is
lovely to see children so engaged in their learning.
Please read on to find out more details about each
Travelling Book Fair 2016
Well Done Reading Superheros. We have raised £346.35p from our Book Fair with Travelling Books. Thank you to everyone who supported us!
Mrs Mizon - 30 Years of Service
Well done Mrs Mizon for 30 years of service. You are a credit to yourself and everyone here at Burton End.
Admissions Policy Consultation
From 1 November to 13 December 2016, the Castle Partnership Academy Trust is seeking your views about its proposed admissions policy for Burton End Primary Academy for the 2018/2019 school year.
School Newsletter 21st October
As we approach the end of the half-term I thought it would be good to reflect on all the fantastic learning that has gone on so far this year. As I show visitors around the school or carry out my regular ‘learning walks’ I am always impressed by the eagerness of our children to answer questions and talk about their learning.
Children in Reception have settled really well and are now fully part of the school. It is a delight to see them eating their lunch in the hall and then going out to play with their friends at lunchtime. I have enjoyed playing Ring a Roses with some of them over the last few weeks.
Children in year 6 are working extremely hard – this week they are working on analysing the language in the poem ‘The Highwayman’. Some of the year 6 children have been excellent play leaders for the Reception children – even designing certificates for the younger ones. Thanks must go to them for giving up their own lunchtime play to help younger pupils.
School Newsletter 16th September
Thank you so much to all of you who came to the parent meetings this week in order to get an overview of the year for your child. If you were unable to attend we have spare hand-outs available at the office or you can download a copy from the school website.
I would just like to mention the fact that Mrs Wells our Caretaker retired at the end of August and I am sure you would like to join me in thanking her for her dedicated service over the years. We gave her a statue for her garden to remember us by at the end of the Summer Term. Our new Caretaker is Mr Newman who you may have seen unlocking the gates each morning and we would like to welcome him to the Burton End Team.