Creating a place where children can learn and flourish
The University of Winchester Academy Trust was delighted to be selected as the sponsor for the brand new Barton Farm Academy. The Academy will serve the new ‘Kings Barton’ development in Winchester. It will be a 420 place academy for children aged 4-11. It is planned that the Academy will open to its first children in the September 2020 school year. Visit the school website here
We aim to create an academy where children will learn and flourish and which is aspirational, inclusive and joyful. We have been working with Hampshire County Council’s architects to design a building which meets the highest standards for environmental sustainability and which will provide inspiring and creative learning spaces for children to flourish.
The Barton Farm Academy will benefit from the University’s outstanding track record in teacher education and extensive regional school partnerships, our evidence-based learning and teaching, our powerful links with local business and community organisations, and our passionate commitment to social justice and sustainability.
Barton Farm Academy will be a feeder primary for the Henry Beaufort School. We are already working closely with them to ensure that children have a seamless transition to their secondary school. Our partnership will mean that Kings Barton is truly a learning community, with lifelong learning opportunities from the early years right through to higher education. Find out more about the Henry Beaufort School here.
The planning application for the building was approved in October 2015. Building work will started in March 2019.
You can apply for a place in the Reception class for the start of the school year in September 2020 by completing our application form here not via the Hampshire portal. Admissions open on 1 November and close 15 January 2020 at midnight. For more information visit http://www3.hants.gov.uk/admissions.
At other times of the year, you will need to apply directly to the Academy. Please contact us for more information.
Applications will be processed and places offered in line with our Admissions Policy.
In time, the Academy will increase the number of pupils on roll to 420 places with a two-form intake.
See the plans for the new academy
(courtesy of Hampshire County Council)
- Inclusion is a significant strengthOfstedUniversity of Winchester Inspection Report
- Education is about changing lives, and in the University of Winchester we found a partner which understands that as well as we doJohn D.F. MartinHeadteacher, Castle Hill Junior School
- Provision is outstanding because there are very high levels of commitment across the partnershipOfstedUniversity of Winchester Inspection Report