We are really pleased that you have taken the time to visit our website as we are very proud of our school! Please enjoy browsing the pages, but first let me tell you a little about our lovely school.
We are a primary school, which means we welcome children from the September after their 4th birthday and are able to keep them with us and enjoy their growth and development right up until they leave for their secondary education in the September after their 11th birthday.
Along with our linked secondary school, The Minster School in Southwell, we are an academy with Minster Trust for Education (MITRE). This means that we are very well-supported, with expert guidance and are part of a community of schools that work together to give the very best school experience for children. ‘MITRE celebrates each school’s unique characteristics and values, respects and maintains each school’s distinctive ethos and identity and, where relevant, their Christian distinctiveness.’
As a Church of England voluntary controlled school, Christian distinctiveness is very important to us. Our Christian values support our diverse community where all people feel equally included and valued, whatever their faith or non-faith. Our Governing Body is made up of a people with a wide variety of expertise and experience, including some who are able to support us in making the very most of that Christian distinctiveness. We work together to ensure our vision and values run through everything that we do in school. Please click here for more information about what being a Church of England school means.
Bleasby C of E is a village school, surrounded by countryside and is an important part of the villages that we serve. The feeling of community and family is very strong in our school. The children all know and care about one another, with the older children being good role models for the younger children, offering friendship and support.
If you would like to visit our school or ask us for more information, please contact Mrs Meaden in the school office 01636 830203 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your time, please do explore our pages to find out more.