The original St. Bartholomew's School was built in the late nineteenth century in West Street. Our present school site was opened by Bishop Jim in 1994 as the school relocated to Kithill. The school serves the market town of Crewkerne, providing an inclusive education of the highest quality for children between the ages of 4-9. The children join the school from a variety of preschool establishments in and around the Crewkerne area and usually leave to continue their education at Maiden Beech Academy and then Wadham School.
We are a Church of England School and are incredibly proud of our strong Christian ethos and the links with St. Bartholomew's Church in Crewkerne. We worship in the church several times each year to celebrate a number of events such as Harvest, Christmas, Easter as well as a joint leavers' service with Ashlands and Misterton Schools. We hold a daily worship in school and are supported by members of the church and diocese who also lead regular worship sessions:
We are a school community, with a Christian ethos, dedicated to providing an education to inspire life-long learning.
Vision - To provide a high quality, inclusive education.
Learners - Our children are learning the skills to flourish in our diverse society as confident, happy, self-motivated citizens.
Parents - Parents are valued members of the school community; together we invest in our children's future.
Staff - A happy atmosphere and positive relationships promote an effective team where every member is respected, valued and professional development is encouraged.
Wider Community - A close working relatonship that encourages mutual respect and positive social impact.
Church - We are part of a church family and share in its spiritual and pastoral development.
Governors - A respectful partnership that empowers the school to grow and develop by providing both support and challenge that will carry the school forward.