Welcome to BERRY HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL, our before and after-school club BUDDIES, and onsite ACORNS PRESCHOOL, which runs parallel to our Reception Class to provide an all-through continuous teacher-led Early Years experience for our youngest learners.
Our AMBITION is for all our children to become 'successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens'. We enable this through the provision of a high quality curriculum and personalised learning that promotes engaging, curious and resilient learners, and allows all children to achieve the very best outcomes.
We aspire for our children to challenge themselves, be confident to take risks, and realise the wonder of the world around them.
A strong focus on physical and mental wellbeing supports children in developing resilience, alongside an understanding of values, skills and attitudes needed to become aspirational lifelong learners.
If you would like further information, please make contact, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Mrs Rachael Boiling, Interim Head Teacher
Chestnut Class having lunch by the fire on their Viney Hill trip.
Acorns, Beech and Elm Class were visited by Firefighters from Coleford Fire Station. The children learnt all about the role of a Firefighter, explored the fire engine and even got to have a go with the hose.
A lovely remembrance service at The Hut this morning with Chestnut, Pine and Oak. #wewillrememberthem
Pine Class enjoyed their first session of forest schools with their Beech Class buddies this afternoon. They sung the Forest school song, learned the forest school rules, explored the area and learned how to tie a wreath knot.
Pine Class had a lovely time at the Sculpture Trail yesterday :)
Today, Captain Penny and Captain Clarke visited the school in their Leonardo Trekker. The children got to get an up-close and personal look at the helicopter and asked many brilliant questions of the pilots. A huge thank you to them both.
The whole school showed their national spirit for the Queen’s Jubilee. The weather made for a brilliant school picnic.
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