Bayton CE Primary School
DY14 9LG

01299 832393
Friendship, Hope, Perseverance, Compassion, Trust, Forgiveness, Responsibility, Respect and Truthfulness

"Excellent facilites are provided for pupils to play outdoors and learn about the natural environment."



Visions and values

Here at Bayton C of E Primary School we strive to achieve our vision - We aim for everyone to be part of our community, be life-long learners who are confident, enthusiastic, valued and reach their full potential.


It is our hope that our children leave school to go home eager to return to school the following day whilst remembering our school motto - to be the best that we can be.


As a church school we hold our values at the heart of what we do.  And therefore at Bayton we aim to look through the window of life with awe and wonder to develop our Christian mind, body and spirit.

These are now displayed throughout the school and our children, staff, Governors and our parent/carer community are aware of these expectations. All our exercise books now also have the school badge and the school motto printed on the front cover as a reminder of what we are striving to be as a school.

This underpins our ethos of high expectations for all members of our school community.

We aim to provide a caring, secure and happy environment where every person can feel that they are respected and their individual needs taken into account. We hold Christian values at the heart of policy and practice.


In September 2016 we revisited our core values with all members of our school.  These are:












 We recently revised these 9 CORE values. They also impact on our whole school behaviour policy as children are encouraged to recognise the values which live by. Children are rewarded for showing good values. They can receive a Silver or Gold award for their academic achievements. We reward weekly academic award certificates as well as an award which highlights children who live by the focal value of the term. Our ‘Very Valued’ class member! In our school entrance hall, we have the prayer tree where children are able to talk to God either in display or privately (in the box).  These prayers reflect the focal value for term.  We also give all children the opportunity to take part in a creative termly homework to encourage children to think about our values outside of  school.   All pupils, staff and visitors recognise that we are a Church school which holds the values at the forefront of all that we do.

Our British Values