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Welcome

Beacon View Primary Academy opened in January 2013 and caters for children aged 3 to 11 years providing excellent teaching and pastoral care. While we are awaiting our first Ofsted inspection as Beacon View, we were delighted to be judged as ‘good’ in June 2012 as Paulsgrove Primary School.

Our aim is to enable your child to develop and learn to the best of their ability in a safe, secure environment that foster positive attitudes to life, learning and each other. Our experienced staff are dedicated to providing stimulating fun experiences suitable for each child’s individual needs. Mastery of the basic skills of reading, writing and mathematics is stressed. Creative topics relevant to the children’s lives broaden their horizons . We see enrichment as important to the development of children. As such we offer visits, residential trips and engage many visitors.  Rock Challenge offers the chance of performing on the Guildhall stage.

We are fortunate in being able to offer places to children from 3 years of age thus giving our Early Year's children a stable start to their school journey.  In these first two years the children stay in their class with the same adults; building relationships and trust whilst enjoying the facilities which only a school can offer.

We are proud of the relationships we have with our parents. We therefore encourage you to come in to school to talk to the staff or myself about any aspect of your child’s development. The partnership between home and school is vital if our children are to achieve their potential in their primary years.

We hope that your child will be happy in their time with us at Beacon View Primary Academy and look forward to working in partnership with you.

Yours sincerely

Mike Bowen
Acting Headteacher

Summer Fair raised just over £1200 - thank you for all your support

School starts again on Wednesday 3rd September 2014

  • Beacon View Supports Auqa Aid and the African Trust

    Beacon View Supports Auqa Aid and the African Trust

    BVP supports the funding for water coolers to help save the lives of children in Africa. With every water cooler and bottle of water obtained for AquAid a donation has been made to...
  • Musical Concert by Year 3 and 4

    Musical Concert by Year 3 and 4

    Parents were treated to a clarinet and singing concert. The children played to a packed audience, who were impressed by the musical talents on show.
  • Cumberland House Visit

    Cumberland House Visit

    Year 3 and 4 children visit the exhibition of their work on widlife at Cumberland House. This is an amazing display and well worth a visit.
  • Parents join their children for design technology lesson.

    Parents join their children for design technology lesson.

    Parents came into school to support their children with their design and technology project to make a moon buggy.
  • Butser

    Butser

    Children from Years 3 and 4 had an amazing time at Butser Ancient Farm as part of their Roman topic.
  • New School Uniform

    New School Uniform

    New school uniform is now available from the shool office. Sweatshirts £8.50.