Beenham Primary School
We are all very proud of our great school which has extremely high aspirations for all children, both academically and in terms of their pastoral care. There is a strong family ethos, underpinned by good old-fashioned values such as respect, co-operation, care and responsibility. Values Education is core to our work at the school. Our mission statement is Valuing ourselves. Valuing everybody. Essentially, it means that we can develop an appreciation for and tolerance of others around us when we develop our core personal values, which helps us to know and understand ourselves.
The staff are highly motivated, hard-working and passionate about children's learning. Governors are very active in their roles and parents are supportive of their children and the school. Everyone works together, which enables our children to have a successful education at Beenham Primary School.
The school has a wide range of early morning, lunchtime and after school enrichment clubs, ranging from judo, street dance and early morning fitness, to cookery, environmental activities and a reading club.
We have an active school council called 'The Working Wolves'. We have fortnightly meetings where we discuss upcoming events, fundraising ideas and how to make our school a better place to learn and develop. We have a weekly Tuck Shop as well as a Stationery Shop and Cinema Club.
We provide after school care until 5.30pm from Monday to Thursday, and there is also a breakfast club from 8am until 8.30am daily.
The school was seen as a “GOOD” school by OFSTED in September 2017.
The outdoor grounds are idyllic. The school is surrounded by fields, growing area, peaceful garden and extensive play facilities.
Alternatively, call us for further information on: 0118 9713397
Web site: http://www.beenhamschool.org/
Beenham School Parent, Teachers and Friends Association (PTFA)
All parents and staff at Beenham School are automatically members of the PTFA. A committee is elected each year to organise events and activities in order to raise money for the school. Over the years, the PTFA has helped enable the school to build an outdoor classroom (the peace garden), install sun blinds in the classrooms, improve their computers, put gates on the playground and build a new outdoor playground.
If you are interested in joining the PTFA, or your organisation would like to take part in an event, contact Cass Davis at: email@example.com.
Pre-school and after-schools organisations
Click here for details of Beenham Pre-School Group and the Beenham After School Club (The Wolves Club)
West Berkshire Education Services
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