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Our school is a rural primary Church of England Voluntarily Controlled school in the quiet North Yorkshire village of Barlow near Selby. We are a small school with a family atmosphere, in which all pupils are encouraged to look after each other. We are administered by North Yorkshire County Council, and the diocese of York.

The school has three classrooms and a hall. Our outdoor learning environment is excellent, and we have an exciting adventure trail; a tranquil wildlife area and a fantastic school field overlooking open fields.

As a Church School, we, seek to be distinctive in the education we offer. The Christian ethos which underpins all our work, and the particular attention given to the spiritual and moral development of our pupils, makes us special. We are a family, and we live out our lives following our values which we call “The Magnificent 7”.  These are courage, compassion, respect, trust, friendship, truthfulness and faith.  Our aim is to provide all our pupils with an excellent, high quality education in an atmosphere of Christian love and care.

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