Summer Performance is Midsummer Night's Dream in the school grounds!
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Welcome to Summer!


Things to remember over the next few weeks:


smiley Sports Day 26th June

smiley Class Assembly 2nd July

smiley End of Term Picnic 12pm


Please, please remember the importance of having a regular time to snuggle and share stories, read your child's reading book with them and revisit the sounds for their phonics book. This time at home with you really does make a significant impact on their progress. In addition to the children’s reading books, we will also be sending home words for the children to learn to read by sight. You will be able to find more information on our phonics page.









Thank you Police Officer Jess for coming to visit us!

We went to visit Bentley church for Prayer week. We all had such a lovely morning!

We had a visitor today... We loved Rosie coming into see us. Thank you Mrs Lucas! 

"I really love her!" was a comment from one of the children.

Oak class visit Alton

What a fun morning we had! First, a visit to Alton’s Austin’s cafe where we all enjoyed a delicious hot chocolate and cookie! Thank you Jonathan.

We then walked to Waterstones book shop and the children chose a book and paid Kirsty the shopkeeper using their World Book day voucher. Finally we went to visit Alton library. An interesting visit as visiting these two ‘book’ places one after another showed the children difference between the two places. Kevin read us a great story about ten monsters and ten children and we then explored all the amazing books ourselves.

We also talked a lot about being safe out and about, using the paths and staying off the roads, as well as being aware of strangers and animals.

Thank you Oak class for a great morning out!

World Book Day

Village walk

Today the weather was very kind to us and allowed us to go on a stroll around the village. We were going on a ‘Winter walk’ to look for signs of winter. We talked about the berries on the trees, evergreen and deciduous trees, the weather, clothing and even tried to find a robin. Unfortunately, they were busy and elsewhere this afternoon but do keep an eye out when you’re out and about with your child.

We were also spotting zeros as we’ve been doing this in our maths this week. The children were impressed to see so many.



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Binsted C of E Primary

Church Street, Binsted, Alton,

GU34 4NX