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Pilton The Bluecoat C E Junior School
Abbey Road, EX31 1JU, UK Barnstaple
+44 (0)1271 345952

Welcome to Pilton the Bluecoat Junior School

We pride ourselves that Pilton Bluecoat is a happy and friendly place, where children learn in an enjoyable and purposeful atmosphere. We work hard to ensure that every child is treated in a fair and considerate manner. We promote high levels of security and safety with volunteers and staff having appropriate child protection clearance.

In our school personal and social development are seen as no less important that academic attainment. We therefore encourage every child to develop their talents and abilities in order to achieve excellence.


Our school is a Church of England School, within the Diocese of Exeter, which seeks to live by Christian Values. Our aims are to:

  • Nurture each individual.
  • Accept each other within a caring and loving community
  • Aspire to the highest standards of teaching and learning within a creative curriculum.
  • Provide a safe and happy environment.
  • Fully develop effective and meaningful links with the home, the Church and the wider community.


There are 257 children on roll at the school. They are organised into eight classrooms, each with its own class teacher. Throughout the school, children are supported by a team of highly qualified teaching assistants who work alongside the class teachers. Learning support assistants also supervise class work to enable the class teachers to spend time in their planning, preparation or assessment.


Our curriculum provides a broad and balanced experience that promotes active and interesting learning alongside personal, social and spiritual development. Throughout the year children will work on a range of themes often with a geographical, historical or scientific focus. Themes will involve studies or visits away from school and the use of visitors. They will be enhanced by rich experiences in expressive and performing arts and information technology. This is underpinned by the teaching of skills in literacy and numeracy.


We work very hard to ensure the curriculum for our children is enjoyable, relevant and active. We regularly invite artists, musicians and theatre groups into school to work with the children and we are committed to a programme of outdoor education that includes day and residential trips. We do ask parents to contribute towards the costs but charges are normally voluntary and contributions are requested in the context of the school governors charging policy.

  • Singing/Choir
  • Gymnastics
  • Tag Rugby
  • Gardening
  • Football
  • Chess
  • Art
  • Charged instrumental tuition

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