Beanfield Primary is a large community school for children between 3 and 11 years of age. We are proud to have been a sponsored member of the Brooke Weston Trust for the past four years. We currently have over 750 children on roll which includes nursery provision for 78 children and a purpose built provision for 55 children with special educational needs. We are a busy, friendly school with lots going on throughout the year and we are very much at the heart of our local Corby community.
As part of the Brooke Weston Trust we are focused on providing children with the best education possible and we are striving to achieve this in all areas of school life. Throughout the year we have over 20 after school clubs running, a wide range of trips, visits and visitors enriching our children’s learning experience.
We have started the process of re developing our school and over the forthcoming years there will be many improvements in relation to grounds, student facilities and ICT infrastructure. This will help ensure that our school continues its progress towards meeting the needs of our diverse population.
Beanfield Primary School
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A huge well done to 3A who had 97% of their class using TT Rockstars this week! You are the winning class this week! https://t.co/EuYJI2mzbB
We have some exciting news to share We have a new member of our school family that will be joining us when we return to school. Meet Buddy Buddy is an 8 week old Labrador who lives with Mrs Fleming. Buddy will become our new school dog based in the Wellbeing Office https://t.co/MrIPtJug5m
Please see the Educational Guidance set out by Public Health England. https://t.co/b82wr9I3OC
We are starting this sunny day with a workout with Joe Wicks. https://t.co/wsn4ydTnlz
Our KS1 children have put up their rainbows they made this morning https://t.co/6oS800BEce
Matthew and mum have been completing some tasks today https://t.co/iaVD7Dghkh
Following the Prime ministers address this evening, only essential key workers should be sending their children to school as a last resort.
A massive thank you to all our parents and carers who followed the government advice and kept their children safely at home where possible. We really appreciate your support.