Welcome to Beacon View Primary Academy
As Chair of the Local Governing Body it is my genuine pleasure to welcome you to our school and to encourage you to find out more about what makes Beacon View such a great place to come and learn.
Choosing the right primary school for our children is one of the most important and sometimes hardest decisions we make as parents. We are all keen to find somewhere which has the right balance of learning, fun and pastoral care. More than anything we want our children to be safe and happy learners, to make friends, to enjoy coming to school and to develop the foundations for a lifelong love of learning. When we get that right in a primary school, as I believe we do at Beacon View, it sets everything in train for a successful secondary school career and beyond.
We are a popular school with a great future ahead of us and, as a member of United Learning, have access to support, expertise and opportunities that no stand-alone school is able to benefit from. Above all, we have great people; teachers, non-teaching staff, pupils and families – all working hard to ensure we live up to our promise of bringing out the best in everyone.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. Like any website it can only show a small proportion of the amazing work and activities that take place in our school. But I hope it gives you a broad picture of what a happy and thriving school community we are and how proud we are of our pupils and staff.
Chair of Local Governing Body
School is now fully open!
We have loved welcoming the children back to school now that Beacon View is fully reopen. There is a lovely buzz of activity and happiness around the school and everyone is working hard.
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If your child has just started in Reception or is due to start this year and you would like more information, click this link here.
For all of our new and returning students in Years 1 to 6, see the welcome messages from your teacher below.
Should your child be at school? Use our guide here to help you decide whether to send your child in.
For the latest government advice for parents and carers, please click here.
Catch-up plan. Every school has been given £80 per child to help support the children catch up and plug the gaps that school closures have caused. Click here to read our latest Catch Up plan and see what the focus will be for the summer term.
For the latest letter to Year 6 parents regarding end of year assessment, click here.