We serve the villages of Binsted and Kingsley but we also welcome children from further afield!
Our Binsted Primary children have written their own school rules, and they are displayed all around our school.
LENT LUNCH IN KINGSLEY
Come along between 12.00 and 1.30 and enjoy a bowl or two from a choice of delicious home made soups, followed by cheese and bread/biscuits and tea or coffee .....
Spring Class Overviews Available
The Spring Class Overviews are available to view / download on the Downloads page and on the Class pages. ...
Newsletter 2 - 2015
Welcome back and I hope you all have had a good half term. Next week promises to be a busy week for Beech and Silver Birch classes as they are off to Little Canada on the Isle of Wight; it will certainly be much quieter here! As Miss Cox and Mr Jennings will be away, Choir, Coding and football club will not be running next week .....
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Dates for 2015
There are many exciting activities planned for 2015 and each of these will be added to the school calendar which can be seen above.
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 Oak Class.
Children in Year 2 and Year 3 are in Rowan Class.
Children in Year 4 are in Beech Class.
Children in Year 5 and Year 6 are in Silver Birch Class.
Binsted netball team took part in the Alton Junior School netball Festival at Amery Hill school on Thursday 12th of March. The team were fantastic and through their skill and teamwork were into the final playoff with Anstey Juniors. It was an incredibly tense match as both teams were well match. The final score was 2:2! As it was the final it went to extra time and unfortunately for us, Anstey scored first to make the final score 3:2.
We are incredibly proud of our team, who have only been playing since September.
The exciting news is that we are now with Anstey school we are through to the County stage, well done Binsted!
A huge thank-you must go to our parent coaches, Bev Nicholson and Flora Harrap.
Binsted Y3 & Y4 netball team
Binsted Y3 & Y4 netball team enjoyed playing an away match against Medstead primary school.
Binsted School’s latest achievements
Binsted continues to build upon it Good Summer Ofsted and its National Society inspection of Anglican and Methodists Good report.
A group of our Y6 children entered an Engineering challenge hosted by More House School. The children had to design a shelter out of paper tubes by planning and working collaboratively. I am very proud of our amazing children as not only were they excellent ambassadors for Binsted, but they won the challenge and came back with a £50 cheque for the school! One of the boys came back and said "Mrs Morton I think this money should go towards our extra classroom", what a wonderful and thoughtful attitude – I just need a few more noughts on the cheque!
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.