We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a Primary Science Quality Mark (bronze level). This is a national programme that aims to enhance Science provision in British primary schools. It is a prestigious kite mark only awarded to schools that show a true commitment and passion towards Science teaching and learning. Miss Hughes, the Science co-ordinator at Binfield, would […]
Sports Week 2017 has begun and what a start it has been! Along with Skipping Workshops, cricket, dance and the ‘Daily Mile Challenge’, all classes were treated to a session with Rion Pierre, a sprinter who was mentored by Linford Christie. Rion’s enthusiasm engaged the children, who enjoyed taking part in a circuits session with […]
On Wednesday 21st June we welcomed the parents of Reception children joining in September for an information evening. The parents had the opportunity to learn about what to expect in the first few weeks after their child starts school, tasted some of Mrs Bell’s delicious school dinners and met the Reception staff within the classroom.
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We are very excited to announce the launch of our new school logo, which will be introduced in our 30th Anniversary Year!
As you will know, we have spent the last few years developing and embedding our school’s Christian values. As part of this work, we have reviewed our school’s logo and strapline. Our next step […]
On Thursday 15th June the Y6 children put on two fantastic performances of ‘Darwin Rocks!’ to their parents, teachers and fellow pupils. Their enthusiasm and commitment to ensuring the audience enjoyed the production was second to none, and I truly believe we have some future thespians in the making here at Binfield! On Thursday we […]
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 […]
On Friday 21st April, we took part in the Bracknell Forest Schools’ Orienteering Competition held at South Hill Park. The children were required to work in pairs, using a map to find 13 control points. They worked together exceptionally well and finished as runners-up. A special mention goes to our two Georges, who completed the […]
On Friday 31st March we said a sad farewell to Mrs Lou Slocombe, who has been Deputy Headteacher at our school for 5½ years. In this time she has contributed a huge amount to the school, and although we are very sad to see her move on, we are thrilled that she has secured the Headship […]
The Year 5’s lead us in a beautiful and insightful Easter Service at St Mark’s Church on Friday 31st March, where they retold the Easter Story, read from the Bible and, together with the rest of the KS2 children, sang beautifully.
KS1 children enjoyed a similarly uplifting and reflective service at school today, including a presentation of […]
Years 3 and 4 treated their families and friends to a fabulous production of ‘The Bumblesnouts Save the World’ on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th March. Well done to all of the children for putting on a fantastic show and for working so hard over the last few weeks to ensure that it was a […]