Welcome to Baines Endowed Primary School

Welcome to Baines’ Endowed Church of England Primary Academy. I am so pleased that you have decided to consider our school for your child. Here at Baines’ we are passionate about supporting each and every child in our care and nurturing their talents within a warm, friendly, Christian environment.


As a Church of England primary school, we have very close links with our local church, St. Paul’s, Marton and your child will have the opportunity throughout their life at Baines’ to join in with celebrations and services at church.


At Baines’ we are so proud of the achievements of all of our children, whether they be academic, sporting or creative. We offer quality first teaching for all of the pupils in our school and nursery and we pride ourselves on supporting every pupil, regardless of ability, to achieve their true potential. We recognise that each child is unique and has their own special talents, so as well as providing exciting learning opportunities within our curriculum, we also offer our pupils a wonderful variety of extra-curricular  activities including football, netball, dance, choir and drama.


We have high expectations of behaviour and encourage all of our children to respect the Gospel values that, as a school, we respect and promote. We strive to work closely with our parents, in order to provide continuity and consistency for our pupils, so that they may move forward with confidence, in their learning journey at Baines’.

If you are considering sending your child to Baines’ Endowed, I hope our website/prospectus will help you with your decision, however, there can be no substitute for a personal visit and you are warmly invited to view the school and see us in action during the day. Please feel free to contact school directly with any queries you may have, or to make an appointment to come on one of our tours.


We hope that you decide that Baines’ is the best place for your child and we look forward to welcoming you when you visit.

‘For with God, nothing is impossible’