- The School Credo
- School Evaluation Form
- School Development Plans
- Reports Conducted by External Agencies on Safeguarding and SEND
- Inclusion Information
- The Curriculum
- Assessment Information
- Staff Voice
- Parent Voice
- Class Timetables
- Local Authority Reports
- 2019-2020 Staffing Structure
- Year 5 Visit Edge Hill University March 2020
- World Book Day March 2020
- Girls’ Football March 2020
- Year 6 Science February 2020
- Year 5 and 6 Family Learning Projects January 2020
- Year 6 Visit to LJMU – November 2019
- Liverpool Junior Lord Mayor – November 2019
- UK Parliament Week November 2019
- Booky Breakfast
- World Book Day 2019
Who are the school council?
A school council is a group of students who are elected by their peers to represent the views of all pupils.
At Barlows Primary School, the school council not only represent the pupils’ views but also organise fund raising events for charities and projects within the school.
Liverpool Schools’ Parliament
Barlows Primary school Council is part of the Liverpool Schools’ Parliament.
We visit Liverpool Town Hall each term to take part in debates and contribute to city wide projects.
At our last visit we learnt about Liverpool as a city working towards Liverpool Child Friendly Status