Bishop Chavasse Church of England Primary School

Tel: 01732 676040 or email

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Early Years Families 2024

Prospective Early Years 2024 families: come and take a look at Bishop Chavasse Primary School and our ‘Outstanding’ Early Years!


Due to high demand, we are holding another open evening on 30th November 6-7pm. You can also join us for any of our Tuesday morning tours at 10am.


Email us to sign up: or call 01732 676040.


There are three Open Afternoons still to come:

Tuesday 14th November 2023

Tuesday 5th December 2023 

Tuesday 9th January 2024


Please bring your child at 1.30pm. The afternoon will start with the opportunity to sample some of our delicious freshly cooked school lunches. This will be followed by an outdoor learning activity with one of our dedicated teachers: dress for the weather, we love learning outdoors rain or shine, and in the winter months we still have a lot of fun.


After the outdoor session, you will have the opportunity to explore some of our learning activities and resources in the Early Years classrooms, as well as our very own Early Years outside area including mud kitchen and construction area. The afternoon will conclude at 3.00pm with a story. The afternoon events are restricted to 15 children and a maximum of two adults per child.


Email us to sign up: or call 01732 676040.



Did you know...


- Our Early Years has been rated Outstanding - Ofsted (2022) said: “Children in Early Years are confident, independent and happy – they love their school. The quality of Early Years provision stands out.”

- Ofsted rated the school Good in July 2022, saying “Pupils are proud of their school. The values of respect and honesty were clear to see. This is a school with purpose and new direction.” Read more at:


- We are proud to be a Church of England school, underpinned by a sound Christian ethos and our values of compassion, honesty and wisdom, which welcomes children of all faiths.


- Our Two Form Entry school opened in 2017, and our modern school building opened in 2019, complete with brand new facilities such as: a dedicated music room, play therapy rooms, extensive outdoor play and learning areas, and a wooded area for Outdoor Learning.


- In 2023, 76.7% of our EY children were “Reaching a Good Level of Development in key curriculum areas” compared with 67.3% nationally.


- Key Stage 2 data 2023 showed that 79.2% were ‘reaching the expected standard’ in reading (68.3% national average); 69.8% in writing (60.1% national average) and 81.1% in maths (70.4% national average)


- We offer wrap-around care from 7.30am to 6.30pm. Our incredible range of after school enrichment clubs includes a different sport every day (from hockey to tag ruby to dodgeball), pottery, painting, dance, French, girls’ football, boxing, gardening and sewing, and a special Early Years club in terms 1 and 2.

- We have a full time, dedicated SENDCO, and play therapists at school: “Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities are supported well. Parents … were particularly positive about this aspect of the school” (Ofsted 2022).


- Parents say: “my children love going to Bishop Chavasse: they are thriving academically and socially. There is a real sense of energy and excitement at the school, with lots of special events such as Book Week, and special services at the local churches. My kids particularly loved Sports Week with a mini marathon, climbing wall and different activities every day”.


- Children in every year group receive Outdoor Learning sessions with our two accredited Outdoor Learning teachers. Children learn to swim at a local private school pool. We have a football team, netball team, two choirs and regular music lessons at school.

- We have a thriving Friends of Bishop Chavasse School Association, with regular fundraising and fun events for the children. Last term, they raised over £1,000 with a hugely popular disco. Coming up, the children will visit Santa in his grotto, enjoy a pantomime and our Christmas fair is on 3rd December: do come along!