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Baines Endowed Primary School

At Baines we recognise that every child is unique and we will do everything we can to make sure your child gets the education that is best for them. We work hard to create a lively, stimulating and purposeful learning environment – we want your children to develop a love for learning and enjoy their school years. We also endeavour to provide the education that will best prepare them for their future, not only in terms of the knowledge and skills they need, but also in helping them to be thoughtful, caring individuals who can both work and learn independently.

Baines Endowed is a Church school which serves the local community. It is linked with St Paul's Church, Marton. A warm, welcoming and caring Christian atmosphere is the hallmark of our school.

We provide our children with a wealth of quality experiences, both within the curriculum and after school activities. 

We strive for the highest possible standards of behaviour and all round achievement, but recognise that this can only be achieved with close co-operation between home and school. Thus we look forward to working with you, parents and carers, as equal partners in your child’s education so that together we can make your child's time with us both happy and successful.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Debi Rusling
Contact Position
Head Teacher
Telephone
E-mail
beadmin@cidari.co.uk
Website
Baines Endowed website

Where to go

Name
Baines Endowed Primary School
Address
Penrose Avenue
Blackpool
Postcode
FY4 4DJ

Local Offer

Description

Any child at any stage in their school career could have a special educational need. The school has a policy on how we work to meet those needs. The policy is in line with government requirements under the Code of Practice for Special Educational Needs.

Children who need them have IEPs, Individual Education Programmes which are reviewed in discussion with parents twice each year.

Contact Name
Mrs Colison
Links
Baines Endowed SEN information
Local Offer Age Bands
Primary (5-10 years)
 Last updated: 11 May 2020