Barton Manor School
Barton Manor School, is part of Barton Court Academy Trust (BCAT), and is due to open in September 2022 to 150 Year 7 students. The School is designed to be an 11-18 years, co-educational, non-selective school with 5 forms of entry and will grow each year with a new intake into Year 7. The school is planned as a centre of excellence for vocational subjects at KS4 and KS5 along with a joint Sixth Form provision with Barton Court Grammar School offering academic qualifications at Post-16.
The School’s brand new amazing state-of-the art design build will be ready in February 2022. The Trust believes this outstanding design, combined with an innovative curriculum, excellent teaching and learning, and strong pastoral care and guidance, will provide outstanding education for the local community for generations to come.
Our aim is that students will aspire to be their very best and will be supported to believe in themselves and their ability to achieve and excel. Students will develop into confident, independent and resilient learners ready to meet the challenges of a world that is rapidly changing.
Our students will acquire, not only an excellent foundation of learning, but also the acquisition of habits of flexible thinking and learning, resilience and confidence in solving problems both as individuals and within a team. Students will enjoy some of the very best teaching resources and facilities available in the local area and, with the support of Barton Court Academy Trust, the School will be a special place to be educated.
Barton Manor School: Values Aspire, Believe, Achieve
To achieve Barton Manor School’s vision we have established a set of behaviours and characteristics that define how everyone within our community pledges to act; these are the values that we strive to demonstrate and personify on a daily basis.
Resilient / risk takers
Supportive of others
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