'The Bumblesnouts Save the World'  Years 3 and 4 put on this fabulous production on 28th and 29th March.  Well done to all of the children for working so hard over the last few weeks to ensure that it was a success.  The singing was sensational and the lines were delivered with passion and excellent timing to ensure an outstanding reception by our audiences.  A big thank you to those parents who helped  the children with their costumes and learning lines.  

Phew! It's hot in here!
On 22nd February, Year 4 visited the Living Rainforest in Newbury.  The children particularly enjoyed the ‘Amazing Adaptations' workshop’, where they were able to see real creatures that they have been learning about in the classroom up close. While walking around the rainforest, the children found frogs, butterflies, monkeys, spiders, fish and birds.  


Red Nose Day 2017
Thank you to everyone who participated in and donated money to Red Nose Day 2017 – we had a fantastic time in school and raised over £350 for the charity – thank you so much!
We're Outstanding!
We are delighted to announce that we were graded as an “Outstanding   C of E Primary School”at our recent SIAMS (church) inspection.  The report highlighted many areas of strength across the school, including  impact of our strong Christian values, excellent behaviour of pupils and an emphasis on valuing each child as an individual, which has a positive impact on academic achievement.  Thank you for your ongoing support in making our school so special!  

Happy Bugs in the BOLE!
Thank you so much to everyone who brought in bricks, pots, bamboo and sticks for the new Bug Hotel in the BOLE on Friday 17th March.  As you can see, the hotel is looking fabulous and the children are enjoying ‘bug hunting’ on their regular trips to the BOLE as the weather gets warmer. 

Science Week
Miss Hughes kicked off Science Week on 6th February with a whole school assembly.   Our learning objectives and values for the week are to ask questions, understand and make links, discover together and enjoy the week!  The children were buzzing with excitement on hearing the planned activities, and we are looking forward to welcoming guest scientists into school during the week to discuss their work.

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  • Recent events in Manchester

    We’ve all been shocked and saddened at the news of the tragic attack in Manchester on Monday. Children and young people may be feeling anxious or upset in light of the news. You may find the information on First News’s useful if your children ask questions about the attack and the heightened security warnings currently in place – https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/home/explaining-the-news/

  • School Tours for Prospective Parents

    Will your child be starting school in September 2018?  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 17th October 2017
    Tuesday 7th November 2017
    Tuesday 28th November 2017
    Tuesday 9th January 2018

    The morning starts at 9.30am and will consist of  a welcome meeting with the Headteacher, a tour of the school by the children and an informal questions/answer session with key members of staff. If you would like to attend one of these events, please call the school office on 01344 860106 to book a place. 


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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
Contact details:  01344 860106 or secretary@binfieldschool.com

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