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Weston Federation

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update

St Bart’s Multi Academy Trust is currently examining the cited documentation and is interpreting its contents to ascertain how school adjustments can be made to allow children to attend school safely.

Guidance – Opening schools and educational settings to more pupils from 1 June: guidance for parents and carers

Our plan to rebuild: The UK Government’s COVID-19 recovery strategy

Guidance – (COVID-19): implementing protective measures in education and childcare settings

Guidance – Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can’t do


21/05/2020 – Behaviour Policy Covid 19 Update

May 2020 – A message to all families at St. Bart’s Schools

20/04/2020 – Please read the Child Death Prevention Newsletter. This provides clear guidance on what to do if your child is unwell during coronavirus.
CDOP Child Death Prevention Newsletter Important Coronavirus Advice for Parents & Carers 2020

School is officially closed from Monday 23rd March, 2020

School will reopen to children from Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 from the 1st June.

(Reception and Year 1 will be at the Infant Site, Year 6 will be at the Junior Site)

Your child will not be able to attend school unless prior agreement has been agreed.

Weston Infant and Junior Academies Risk Assessment 22.5.20

St. Bart’s Trust Risk Assessment 28.5.20


Pedestrian access plans – Infant Site / Junior Site

Click here for more information

Principal's Welcome

Mrs Birchall Principal
Mrs Birchall Principal
Mr Berridge Head of School

We are delighted to welcome you to Weston Infant Academy and Weston Junior Academy.  Both schools are situated within the Weston Coyney area of Stoke on Trent and provide high quality education for children aged 3 to 11 years of age.  Children have the opportunity to attend our Infant Academy from 3 years of age to 7 years of age.  We have a large purpose-built Foundation Stage for our Nursery and Reception children.  The exciting learning journey continues into Key Stage One.  Our children then move onto our Junior Academy where they attend from 7 years of age to 11 years of age, following the Key-Stage Two curriculum.

We have excellent facilities in both schools and activities are delivered using a multi-sensory approach by our knowledgeable and professional staff, in vibrant and stimulating classrooms.  Our aim is to lay strong foundations to ensure that all of our children have the best possible start to their education.  We offer calm and nurturing environments where our children confidently develop their learning and independence.  Learning is further developed and supported through exciting educational visits and we have recently purchased a new mini bus to ensure that our children have even more opportunities to participate in a wide range of activities off-site.

Outdoor learning is a key feature and both schools have access to superb outdoor environments.  At the Infant site all classrooms have access to the outdoors and there is a dedicated Forest Schools area.  At the Junior site there is an Anderson shelter, a MUGA (Multi Use Games Area) and a wildlife area for the children to explore.

We hope that you enjoy exploring the virtual tour of our schools and look forward to meeting you soon.  We are eager to show you around our Infant and Junior Academies.  Please take a look at our Virtual Tour by clicking this link.


Mrs Birchall                                                                                     Mr Berridge

Principal of Weston Infant and Junior Academies                          Head of School at Weston Junior Academy

Six Golden Rules

The Federation prides itself in managing behaviour in a positive way. The Golden rules are embedded throughout the curriculum and nurturing ethos of the Academy.

Federation Aims

Working closely with parents, Trust academies and the Community, Weston Infant and Junior Academies aim to provide every pupil with the highest quality education.

We encourage all of our pupils in developing qualities of co-operation, team-working, tolerance, caring and in developing the skills and attitudes needed to be good citizens of the future.