Welcome back to a new academic year! Congratulations to children, parents and staff for the impressive results achieved last summer!
About our school
Bean Primary School is a one-form entry, village primary school set in an idyllic rural location; it even has its own woods! Children are offered a broad and stimulating curriculum which is taught through topics, allowing children to make links between their learning, helping them to piece together knowledge through the why, how, when and where questions that children frequently ask. Staff understand that to develop children fully, a broad range of experiences are required to allow each child to shine and achieve. These include: outdoor learning activities, a wide range of sporting opportunities, afterschool clubs, two residential trips in the older age groups, opportunities for House Captains and Rights Respecting Ambassadors to represent the school and numerous performance opportunities throughout the age groups promoting acting, singing and dancing. Our Year 4 pupils have just recently presented a wonderful ukulele performance to parents and our Year 5s sung beautifully at the Orchard Theatre. Children’s achievements are captured in our weekly celebration assemblies which are open to parents.
By working with parents, we are proud that our pupils are 6% healthier than children nationally and that this year, pupils exceeded the national average for the expected standard in all key areas in the reported national figures.
Ofsted 2017 “Personal development and welfare are strong. Staff care deeply about the pupils in the school.”
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15th December 2017
Posted: Jan 17, 2018 by: admin on: Mr Reilly's Blog
Yesterday saw the final showing of Reception and Key Stage 1’s Nativity. All the children came together to put on a memorable performance. From narrators, stars, angels, animals and characters, the children acted out a thoroughly entertaining version of the Christmas story. As always, the children were keen to raise funds for UNICEF, and organised a collection at the end of each performance. As a result of the generosity of all those who attended, the children will choose what good cause to donate the £57 raised.