Our Learners

We want all of our children to enjoy a rich and challenging primary curriculum during their time at our school. To support this we encourage involvement in many extra-curricular activities and enrichment days and events. Children's academic progress is our key focus at Badby School, however to support their understanding of the world around them and make sense of what they learn, we feel it is essential to immerse them in a variety of real life experiences.

We also recognise that good communication between home and school is essential. In order to support this, we offer a variety of communication opportunities for parents, carers and teaching staff. The Home/School Communication Book is a great way to send messages between home and school. Parent consultation meetings are held twice annually to share your child's progress in school. Teaching staff are also available for short meetings at the end of the school day or, for longer meetings, through an arranged appointment time.

The Badby Bulletin, along with class letters, will also help inform you of upcoming events in school. The school sends emails to those on our list and text messages are used to send important information quickly or to remind parents about events.

Extra-curricular Activities

These vary from year to year. We provide a very wide range of lunchtime and after school activities run by school staff and external providers. These include Netball, Football, Tag Rugby, Basketball, Golf, Art and Craft, Gardening, French, Handbells and Chess. Children also have the opportunity to try for a place in our peripatetic violin and cello groups.

Community Involvement

Members of the local community are involved in a variety of ways:

  • Events organised by the Friends Of Badby School.
  • Harvest and Christmas - the Harvest Festival service is held in Badby Church. Produce is collected and sent to local charities. At Christmas, relatives and friends are invited to the school Carol Service and KS1 play at school.
  • The school handbell ringers play at local events over the Christmas period, including the village hall.
  • Year 6 experience campanology at St Mary's church with volunteers from the local area.
  • Macmillan Coffee Morning. This is held annually and is open to all.
  • Summer events – Sports Day, Rose Day and KS2 production.