Keyham Barton is a one form entry school, meaning that we have a Foundation class and capacity for six single year group classes. Currently we have 6 classes with a mixed y3/4 and a mixed y4/5 class.
Foundation and Keystage One classes are situated in the main school block and Keystage Two classes in the Annexe block. We have a P.A.N. (Planned Admission Number) of 30 children.

School Hours

The gate opens at 8:40am. Children are met in the playground at 8:45am by their teacher.
The end of school is 3.15pm.

  Morning Session Afternoon Session
Key Stage One 08:45 am – 12:00 pm 1:00 pm – 3.15 pm
Key Stage Two 08:45 am – 12:15 pm 1:15 pm – 3.15 pm
School Day 32.5 hours 32.5 hours

It is important that your child is in school every day so that they do not miss vital learning time. Please let the office know if your child will be absent from school by telephone on the first morning of the absence. Permission is required for absences which are foreseen and medical.
Annual holiday will no longer be authorised by the Head Teacher except in exceptional circumstances as outlined on Absence Request Form S2 which is available from the school office.
If you are struggling to get your child into school, we can support you with an IAP (Individual Attendance Plan) for your child to ease transitions into school.
If there are persistent absences then families will receive an attendance letter reminding them of the importance of attendance.
Following 10 days of absence a referral will be submitted to the Educational Welfare Officer who will carry out home visits during absences as required.
Persistent unauthorised absences will result in a fine.
Admission requests are managed by Plymouth School Admissions. Application Forms can be accessed by visiting Plymouth Admissions Website.

Our Planned Admissions Number (PAN) is 30.

There is an additional supplementary form which needs to be completed and returned to the school if you wish to gain admission to any of the six Catholic Primary Schools in Plymouth including Keyham Barton.

The timetable of admission will be in accordance with the Plymouth LA timetable.

Where a Catholic Primary school is over-subscribed, the Governing Body will apply the admission criteria listed in our Admissions Policy, in order of priority.

Tie-breaker priority will be given to the child in this criteria order.

If this produces a tie, priority will be determined as the child who lives the nearest to the school - the shortest distance measured by a straight line on the map.

Catholic Primary School Admissions Policy 2022 - 2023
Supplementary Information Forms - Catholic Schools 2022 - 2023
Catholic Primary School Admissions Policy 2021 - 2022
Catholic Primary School Admission Arrangements 2019 - 2020
Catholic Primary School Admission Arrangements 2018-2019
Roman Catholic Primary School Admission Arrangements 2017 - 2018