Welcome to the Buriton Primary School
Congratulations to our Year 5 and 6 Football Team
Sports Award Ceremony at Old Thorns Hotel
We are very proud to announce that our Year 5 and Year 6 Football teams came 3rd place for the ‘ School Team of the Year’ award at the East Hampshire Sports Award ceremony at Old Thorns Manor Hotel in Liphook on 11th February. Originally we thought that we had been shortlisted in the junior school team category, however we discovered on arrival at the ceremony that we had been nominated out of all junior and secondary school teams (including schools in the private sector). This makes our achievement all the more significant and we are (as always) so very proud our children in Year 5 and 6 who won this award. The awards were presented by Olympic and World Athletics Runner, Roger Black MBE, and the children were lucky enough to see and hold one of his medals.
Newsletters are now available on this website
A new Governor Newsletter is now available to view.
Please look at the new Attendance Policy and information leaflet for parents. Many thanks
INTRODUCING OUR BEFORE SCHOOL CARE CLUB
ACTIVE8MINDS ARE NOW OPERATING A WAKE UP CLUB BEFORE SCHOOL ON A TUESDAY ONLY IN THE VILLAGE HALL.
THE CLUB WILL RUN FROM 7.50 AM TO 8.50 AM
FOR FURTHER DETAILS PLEASE SPEAK TO MISS EADES OR MISS SLACK IN THE SCHOOL OFFICE.
Our school is a learning community in which all learners are encouraged to reach their full potential.
The school works hard to achieve high standards of teaching and curriculum provision for all children. We aim to develop children who are confident and happy life-long learners and the ethos of our school is
‘Discovering the wonders of learning.’
We are very proud of our achievements and the learning that takes place here. The school is characterised by a strong partnership between pupils, staff, parents and governors and a good relationship with the wider community. We promote the values of team work, creativity, independence, and emotional intelligence in all learners. We aim for all children to achieve their full potential in all areas of the curriculum and to develop thinking skills and confidence, whilst being able to manage their feelings and develop their social skills. Follow the links to the Ofsted Report for more information.