Our Values of the Month are:
Courage & Thoughtfulness

We’ve voted (again!) – have you?

We’ve voted (again!) –  have you? It’s still very tight between Sacred Heart and ourselves – make sure you use your vote as often as possible before the 13th!  Every little helps …

Vote for Badgemore!

Vote for Badgemore! You will know that we are hoping to top up our ‘Bags of Help’ grant award from Tesco by winning the public vote, which is taking place in your local Tesco store now!  The winner of the public vote will be awarded £12,000 and the runner-up will take away £10,000 – just […]

Welcome from the Head

Welcome to Badgemore Primary School, the village school in the heart of the town.

I am delighted to welcome you to our small but growing community primary school where dedicated staff, committed to delivering an inspirational and inclusive curriculum, provide a range of learning experiences which build on children’s interests and talents.

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... pupils in each class show outstanding behaviour for learning through their exemplary attitudes and exceptionally high levels of engagement ...

Source - Ofsted Report 2015

Stars of the Week

Here are our Stars of the Week!

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News & Updates

What's been happening

Rowan Outdoor Maths

Posted by Rosie Wilkinson on Saturday, 21st January, 2017

Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean we aren’t making the most of our outdoor space! This week Rowan Class have been outside for their maths lessons. They have been timing themselves running and walking around the field and collecting the data...

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Young Reporters

Posted by Badgemore on Friday, 20th January, 2017

In 2012, Michaela ‘Editor’ Clarke set up the Henley Herald with the intention of sharing news to promote our wonderful town. Right from the start, the intention was for the Henley residents to take ownership of their ‘community news website’ and contribute stories:...

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Building castles in Rowan Class

Posted by Rosie Wilkinson on Friday, 20th January, 2017

For the last two weeks the children in Rowan Class have been bringing in a huge number of cardboard boxes as well as other recyclable materials to build a range of fantastic castles. We are preparing for battle against Cedar Class and I think we are going to be well...

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