We are officially a 'Good' School
We were delighted to be graded as a 'Good School' at our Ofsted inspection in March 2018.  The report highlighted our 'very warm and inclusive community atmosphere.”  Additionally, the inspector noted that “Pupils have very positive attitudes, engage well with teachers and teaching assistants and work hard. These strong relationships foster a sense of teamwork and trust. ” 

Sports at Binfield
We are proud to introduce our children to a wide variety of sports, both on and off site, including activities which help develop their personal, social, cognitive and creative skills as well as their ability to apply their physical skills and increase their knowledge and understanding of health and fitness.  Our pupils have the opportunity to develop their skills outside of school and take part in sports festivals with other local primary schools, including multi skills, skipping and tri golf.

 

A Right Royal Day Out for Y2!
Y2 visited Windsor Castle in March. They enjoyed hearing about the fire at the castle long before they were born! They also had a guided tour around St. George’s Chapel, where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were married last year.  The children loved their day out!

 

 



 

Messing about (near) the river!
Y6 visited Henley River & Rowing Museum in June to learning about the composition of rocks in the Thames Valley and the role they place in shaping the path of the river from source to mouth.  They also took part in several geography workshops and experiments, and greatly enjoyed their day out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well done Year Y6
Year 6 presented their final production at Binfield, 'Treachery at Traitors Quay' in June - a brilliant production showcasing the children's acting, singing, dancing and 'behind the scenes' skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y3 visit Ufton Court
On Monday 17th June, Y3 went to Ufton Court for a very exciting day of learning about The Iron Age.  During the day, the children discovered what life was like for the Celts and had a go at building fences, using flint to light fires and spinning thread from wool.  They also became archaeologists and found some animal bones, pieces of pots and jugs, and visited the farm where they ground grains to make flour, churned cream to make butter and milked the cows!  What an amazing day, Year 3!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Binfield C.E. Primary School (VA)

Farewell to our fabulous staff

On Thursday 18th July we held a special assembly for our staff leavers, Miss Hughes, Miss Elvin and Mrs Taylor. We will miss them all very much, but are very excited that they are able to take their experience and skills from Binfield onto their new roles.

Binfield Gardening Club competition

Shortly before Easter, the Binfield Gardening Club kindly came into school and helped all of the children plant flower seeds. On Monday 15th July, the children were invited to bring in their resulting plants and these were judged by the club. A fantastic 81 plants came into school and lined the link corridor, making [...]

School Tour for Prospective Parents

Will your child be starting school in September 2020?  Are you considering Binfield C.E. Primary School?  If you are interested in visiting our school, the following tour dates have been arranged for prospective parents: Tuesday 15th October 2019; Tuesday 12th November 2019; Tuesday 26th November 2019; Wednesday 8th January 2020. The morning starts at 9.30am and will consist of  a welcome [...]

Headteacher: Mrs Suzanna Featherstone-Wright MA, BA (Ed) Hons, NPQH.
Deputy Headteacher: Mrs Kerry Mistry BA (Hons) Ed
Binfield CE Primary School, Benetfeld Road, Binfield, Bracknell.  RG42 4EW
01344 860106 / secretary@binfieldschool.com

Our Vision: “To make learning utterly irresistible for all pupils and staff at Binfield C.E. Primary School”