Change of school lunch menu today.
Inset Day 3 - School closed to all pupils
Deadline for Parent/Governor Election
New Year R Parents' Visit and Tour 9.30 am
Please contact the school if you would like to book a place.
Deadline for Young Voices Choir - Tickets for O2 and T-Shirts
Creation & Stewardship: We will think about why it is important to look after God’s wonderful world and how we can do this together.
On Friday, we all came together to celebrate our Kingsclere Harvest Festival. We were so proud of the children for the presentations they made in the form of readings, poems and songs. Thank you also to all of our families for your donations which, as you can see, were plentiful. These are truly appreciated and were accepted with extreme thanks by the St Mary's Church who run our local food bank. We would like to thank John Price and Emma Rivers for conducting the service for us today.
Open Day for pupils starting school in September 2024
Welcome to the new Ash class! What an incredible start to the term they have had this week. They have been busy making friends, exploring the classroom and learning about Kingsclere Primary School. We are already looking forward to next week!
Ash class were thrilled to return from the Easter holidays to find that their bulbs had bloomed! A throw back to the autumn term when we planted them and today appreciating the beautiful flowers. There was lots of talk this afternoon about what we can plant next . . . watch this space!
Year 3/4 had a fantastic Grounds Day last week linked to our enquiry topic ‘Why is Kingsclere twinned with Cormicy?’ After a walk around our own village, the children compared what is similar and what is different between Kingsclere and Cormicy.
On behalf of the children, parents, staff and Governors, I would like to warmly welcome you to Kingsclere CE Primary School. Our new school website is designed to provide you with an insight to our daily life within our vibrant school. Our picturesque village offers us a wonderful setting in which to learn!
We are a thriving rural village school at the heart of the community, with a strong family-feel. We pride ourselves on our caring and friendly ethos, where everyone is encouraged to flourish by helping to nurture and develop all talents and gifts. We have a dedicated and professional staff team who work hard to provide every child with rich, exciting learning experiences. Our enquiry curriculum offers opportunities for children to engage, question and build their own ideas in order to become the best learners that they can be. We have high expectations of our children, of their academic attainment, their effort, behaviour and attitude. Our children know that they come to our school to learn.
As a school, we focus on ensuring our children develop the skills that will equip them to succeed in all aspects of their future life. This learning is supported by our excellent resources including IT equipment, library, extensive grounds and school kitchen. It is within easy walking distance of the village church which is regularly used for services and events. Our school swimming pool is open in the summer months to support our children in being able to learn to swim.
Our vision is underpinned by our spirituality and core Christian Values of Love, Courage and Respect. The ethos of our school, our curriculum, policies and practice, and all that we put into place for our community, grow from these roots. As a Church of England school, we welcome children and families of Christian faith, of other faiths and of no faith. We explore our understanding of the Christian faith through examining Christian Values. We believe this supports our children in understanding the importance of morals and core values to become responsible citizens within our world, their decision making both now and in the future.
Thank you for visiting our website, we look forward to welcoming you to our school. Please contact the school office on 01635 298583 to arrange a visit where you can meet our children and staff, and see our exciting curriculum in action – a first-hand experience is always the best one.