We serve the villages of Binsted and Kingsley but we also welcome children from further afield!
Our children have written their own school rules, and they are displayed all around our school.
The Calshot Experience is a unique mix of physical and academic activities.
Newsletter 4 - 2013
Clubs - Athletics, Gym Club, Netball High Five Club, Portsmouth Football Club, Craft Club, ICT Club.Inset Day - we have two inset days this term. Also, Parents and Governors Meeting, Working Party, Netball Challenge and Skipathon .......
County Council offers reassurance in the wake of national horsemeat issue
Last Friday, Hampshire County Council issued a statement to reassure parents that school meals were safe. The statement highlighted the fact Hampshire Scientific Services carries out checks at source to validate the products being used, and that HC3S endeavours to use locally sourced produce wherever possible. The link below will take you to the press release held on Hantsnet:
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Download our Binsted Reading presentationOur aims are:To explain how we teach readingTo give examples of how reading will require different skills as the levels progressTo give examples of how you can support your child
We currently serve the villages of Binsted, Kingsley and Oakhanger but we also welcome children from further afield! As a Church controlled school, we have close links with Binsted Holy Cross church and invite our local vicar into school.
Binsted CE Primary School is situated 3 miles from Alton and 6 miles from Farnham. We currently serve the villages of Binsted, Kingsley and Oakhanger, but we welcome children from further afield.
Binsted CE Primary is a lively, busy and friendly school, providing a secure and creative learning environment. As a small school with three classes we pride ourselves on knowing all the children very well. The children are happy here and we know that happy children learn best. We find that they grow in confidence in the strong family atmosphere and are very caring towards each other.
Through the provision of an imaginative and creative curriculum, we seek to develop a well rounded individual who is confident, independent and motivated; with the skills, knowledge and spiritual awareness that they will need throughout their lives.
Children in reception and Year 1 are in Robins Class. Their day is full of opportunities for first hand learning.
Children in Year 2 and Year 3 are in Kookaburras Class.
Children in Year 4 are in Wrens Class.
Children in Year 5 and Year 6 are in Eagles Class.
On Tuesday 7th May, the whole school took part in a skipathon to raise money for the British Heart Foundation (BHF).
Each class skipped for thirty minutes, working around a carousel of skipping activities: skipping on the spot, travelling skipping, paired skipping, group skipping and French skipping!
The children had a great afternoon and made their hearts work hard all for a good cause!
On Saturday 27th April, children and parents of Binsted School arrived at school armed with shovels and brushes to take part in a BIG clean up at school.
The first job was to shovel the delivery of tree bark on to wheel barrows and scatter it on the playdale and fort floors. Leaves were swept off the playground and plant pots were cleared of weeds and tidied up!
On Tuesday the 19th of March 2013, year 4, 5 and 6 all rode a coach to Fishbourne Roman Palace for a great day out.
Firstly we all went and watched an informative video about the history of the palace, it went on for 12 minutes. After that we all got given a booklet and in our groups all went off to explore the palace. Our next stop was the museum where we saw all the roman artefacts; in our books we had to identify them and draw the artefacts - it was very interesting and informative. Just as interesting were the gardens where we took a lot of pictures as well as participating in some of the activities, these were great fun. After that we went into the building to look at some of the roman mosaics which were outstandingly preserved. Whilst there, we went to rub some roman coins.
Binsted CE Primary SchoolChurch StreetBinstedAltonGU34 4NXTel: 01420 23200
Binsted CE Primary School is a happy learning environment in which every child is encouraged to develop their full potential and where all achievements are celebrated.