Bean Primary School is now open to all age groups and we are delighted to welcome the children back to school! 

 "Pupils enjoy school. They like the interesting activities and say that learning is fun. Leaders and staff are determined to make sure that pupils become 'the very best that they can be'. " Ofsted November 2019.


 Joining Bean Primary School!

We currently have limited places in our current Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes. 


 New Entrants September 2021 - click here

Meet our Class Teachers - click here 

Parent's Voice 2020 - click here

 Welcome to Argentina Class ~ YEAR 3.pdfDownload
 Welcome to England Class ~ RECEPTION.pdfDownload
 Welcome to Ireland Class ~ YEAR 1.pdfDownload
 Welcome to Italy Class ~ YEAR 2.pdfDownload
 Welcome to Kenya Class ~ YEAR 6.pdfDownload
 Welcome to Maldives Class ~ YEAR 5.pdfDownload
 Welcome to Mexico Class ~ YEAR 4.pdfDownload
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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, after school 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. Children’s achievements are captured in our weekly celebration assemblies where certificates are awarded and children are encouraged to, "Become the best that they can be". (Article 29 Unicef Rights of the Child)

For more details please contact us on 01474 833225 or email us at


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Dear Parents / Carers,


BirdBox Cam:

Blue Tit, by David Wheeler

I am not a poet,
but I am full of wit
my Favourite Bird
is the little blue tit


Please continue to follow the lifecycle of the clutch of blue tit eggs from the school website. Will they hatch this weekend?


No School Monday 3rd May

Please remember that Monday 3rd May is a bank holiday and therefore the school will be closed. Have a well-earned relaxing day with your family!


School Guinea Pig Returns to Year 6

The Year 6 pupils have been suggesting how they can celebrate the final few terms here at Bean Primary School and Maisie has suggested, as they are responsible, Year 6 should be permitted to look after the school guinea pig. Coco will therefore be returning next week and he is looking forward to seeing his old friends. For H&S reasons we can’t pass him from bubble to bubble.


Parents’ Evening 2 for Argentina Class - Wednesday 5th May

The Teams link will be sent out in the morning of 5th May for parents using this technology. If you’d prefer a phone call, please ensure the office staff have been informed.


School Uniform

As shops now become open, please ensure your child is wearing their school uniform. Shoes rather than trainers should be worn, earrings should be plain studs rather than hoops or sparkling and water bottles should contain water rather than squash. If your child has a medical condition that excuses them from drinking water, please ensure the office has received the medical evidence.


The development of the Site

You will have noticed that we have re-established the two canopies at the front of the building that were removed as a result of the roofing works last year. These are a welcome addition and will help the children continue learning outdoors in all weathers.

After much negotiation with Kent C.C., we have now secured funds for an extension to the school which will house a purpose built disabled toilet and shower room. More information to follow.


Boys Football Match at Princes Park

Bean Primary Football Team competed in the first football tournament this week in over a year. This was a delayed semi-final from the successes of the previous year’s team. We therefore put together a scratch side of three Year 7, three Yr 6 and three Year 5 pupils to represent the school. They played brilliantly in terms of communication, teamwork, sportsmanship and attitude. As a result they narrowly lost their first match – a 1-1 draw which went to penalties 20-19 (exhausting). Their second match saw the team comfortably win with a final score of 4-1.

Congratulations to Harrison, Harvey and Louie (Yr 7) Fynn, Taylor and Archie (Yr 6) and Charlie, Jack and Harry (Yr 5).



Yours sincerely,


G Reilly


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