• Fusion Creative Camps

    Click link here for the Fusion Creative Camps Poster


    FUSION Creative Camps – Coming to Barnsley in Summer 2020


    FUSION Creative Camps are coming to Barnsley… an all new, interactive online holiday club for families.


    Over three weeks this summer professional artists and cultural organisations will introduce weekly challenges for children to explore via drama, art, crafts, forest school, music and dance activities using Zoom. Families will be supported by the artists via a closed Facebook group with an online group show and tell at the end of their week to celebrate everyone’s achievements!


    The activities are designed to be fun and as easy as possible for families of all artistic abilities to take part. There will be at least one option that does not require the use of any resources and those that do will be made up of basic materials found around the house.


    How to take part in Creative Camps weekly themed activities…


    Step 1: Families sign up for a FREE weekly themed activity via Eventbrite – including Explorers and Exploration, This Is Me and Outdoor Adventuring.


    Step 2: Watch a short film where the artist introduces the activities.


    Step 3: Online interactive session (no more than 40 mins) – an opportunity for families to meet the artist/organisation who will set the challenge.  Families have a week to complete their chosen activity.


    Step 4: Mid-week Facebook drop-in session where families can get creative in real time, show each other what they have created so far and get helpful hints and tips.

    Step 5: Virtual show and tell – practitioners will run a show and tell at the end of the week OR give the option for families to send photos of their work to an online gallery on Fusion’s website.


    Families can sign up for as many weeks as they like, just one or all three! Activities will be suitable for children aged from 4 to 11 years. Participating artists include Chol Theatre, Barnsley Museums, Open College of the Arts, Barnsley Libraries and many more.


    Limited availability – visit to book your FREE place. Follow us on [email protected] to find out more. For more details contact [email protected].



  • Special Edition Newsletter re. staffing

  • Special Edition Newsletter from Interim Lead Alison Wilks 3/7/20

  • Consultation on becoming an Academy

    Dear Parents/Carers

    Consultation on becoming an Academy

    The Department for Education has approved the application for Goldthorpe Primary School to become an Academy and join a Multi Academy Trust, Delta Academies Trust (Delta). Delta Academies Trust was chosen as the preferred sponsor of the school following a robust interview and selection process.

    Please click the link below to read the letter for parents/carers regarding this process.  At the bottom of the letter you will find a link to click to submit your views in the consultation.

    Consultation letter – Parent

  • School Closure Update June 2020

    Please be advised that school will remain fully closed on Monday 15th June & until further notice owing to continued issues with the boiler. Please continue to look out for text/tweet updates as to when this has been resolved & school is able to reopen. Thank you for your support

  • School Closure update June 2020

    Unfortunately school will remain fully closed until further notice owing to ongoing issues with the boiler. We apologise for any inconvenience and hope to have this fixed as soon as possible. Please look out for text/tweet updates for whether we will be able to re-open on Monday 15th June 2020.

  • School closure 11th June 2020

    School will be fully closed tomorrow (Thursday 11th) owing to boiler issues. We apologise for the inconvenience but are unable to open without hot water. We are working to get this fixed as soon as possible but may have to remain closed on Friday. Please look out for texts & tweets for further updates.

  • Coronavirus Update


    Department for Education

    We are continuing to keep you updated on the government’s response to Coronavirus. Public Health England advises that the risk to individuals remains low.

    Public Health England has issued tailored guidance for education settings, which you can find at:

    Latest information
    Updates on Coronavirus:
    Travel advice for those travelling and living overseas:
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  • Staffing Announcement

    Communication from the Chair of IEB, Sarah Creighton

    Mrs Fields has taken the decision to leave us 30th April and would like to take the opportunity to wish you all the very best for the future. We thank her for her commitment and leadership over the past seven years.












  • Our Y6 pupils have been learning the skills required to become life savers. Thanks to Hand on Heart and Kostal Uk who provided us with the defibrillator. Our knowledge could increase survival chances from 6% to 74%. #savingliveswithdefibrilators