Governor Equality Statement Governor Equality Statement As a school, we stand in solidarity with all communities in their fight against racism and injustice. The past week has been a time of reflection for us as unnecessary national and international  tragic incidents remain a continuing pattern that must be addressed. Burnham-on-Crouch Primary School has a responsibility to educate our children regardless of race, language, culture, disability and background. We are fully committed to making sure that we continue to do better and contribute to the long-term future of positive change. Covid19 Covid19 Please see the letter re Covid19 from Claire Kershaw Director of Education of ECC and follow this link to a collage message from the teachers. Follow this link to some videos showing what to expect when returning to school after Covid19. Swimming Pool Update Swimming Pool Update We are delighted to advise that thanks to a donation of £5,000 from Magnox and £1,000 from Tesco Bags4life the work on the swimming pool leak is now completed and we are ready to swim in April! Head Boy & Girl Welcome Speeches Head Boy & Girl Welcome Speeches Please follow this link to view welcome speeches by our Head Boy and Girl. Quality Mark Distinction Physical Education and Sport Quality Mark Distinction Physical Education and Sport The afPE Quality Mark is a prestigious award that evidences the strength and quality of physical education and sport in our school. This award recognises the outstanding work that is being undertaken at our school on a daily basis. Essex Safeguarding Children Board Essex Safeguarding Children Board The Essex Safeguarding Children Board (ESCB) is a statutory multi agency organisation which brings together agencies who work to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people in Essex. Healthy Schools Healthy Schools As a school, we have achieved the Enhanced Healthy Schools Award showing our commitment to promoting the health and well-being of the school community and encouraging everyone to live a healthy lifestyle both now and in the future. Diversity Mark Diversity Mark As a Diversity Mark School we are committed to inclusive practice; achieving excellence in the spiritual, moral, social and cultural education of all students. We were presented with our Bronze award in April 2019 and we are now striving towards our Silver award. Ofsted Outstanding Partner Ofsted Outstanding Partner We are delighted and very proud to say that our school has been judged by Ofsted to be ‘outstanding’ in every area and we are in the top 10% of schools nationally. All staff work exceptionally hard to make sure our school is both a happy and successful community and we are thrilled their hard work has been recognised by Ofsted. National Association for Able Children in Education National Association for Able Children in Education We are working towards the NACE Challenge Award!  At BCPS we recognise that our More Able and Talented children should be encouraged to develop their attributes, skills and potential within a secure yet challenging learning environment that embraces equality of opportunity and provision. Our pre-assessment confirmed that 'there is a real desire to be the best that they can be, and this is very much shared by the pupils.'     Primary Science Quality Mark Primary Science Quality Mark We have gained the prestigious  PSQM Award 2019.  This  celebrates a commitment to excellence in science teaching and learning in our school Important: PE kit should be named and kept in school at all times. Important: PE kit should be named and kept in school at all times. The children need a t-shirt, shorts and plimsolls/trainers. They also need jogging bottoms, a jumper and trainers for outside. (This will be every other week starting from November).

A Message from the Headteacher


On behalf of the children, staff and governors of Burnham on Crouch Primary School I would like to welcome you to our school and website. The website cannot replace direct contact with you but we hope it will act as a foundation for good relations between home and school.

Our vision for our school is to become an ‘outstanding’ school to ensure your children receive the very best education and experiences. We are a successful learning community that is an extended family in which everyone is valued, enjoys coming to school and is given every opportunity to flourish both academically and as an individual.

Our success is based on a shared willingness to expect the best for your children in our care. We work closely with the community, parents and carers to make sure everyone is part of our journey to raise standards and create a school where everyone counts; where everyone has the chance to succeed, to discover their best self and learn how to lead a life of integrity, respect and happiness…


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Governor Equality Statement Governor Equality Statement As a school, we stand in solidarity with all communities in their fight against racism and injustice. The past week has been a time of reflection for us as unnecessary national and international  tragic incidents remain a continuing pattern that must be addressed. Burnham-on-Crouch Primary School has a responsibility to educate our children regardless of race, language, culture, disability and background. We are fully committed to making sure that we continue to do better and contribute to the long-term future of positive change. Covid19 Covid19 Please see the letter re Covid19 from Claire Kershaw Director of Education of ECC and follow this link to a collage message from the teachers. Follow this link to some videos showing what to expect when returning to school after Covid19. Swimming Pool Update Swimming Pool Update We are delighted to advise that thanks to a donation of £5,000 from Magnox and £1,000 from Tesco Bags4life the work on the swimming pool leak is now completed and we are ready to swim in April! Head Boy & Girl Welcome Speeches Head Boy & Girl Welcome Speeches Please follow this link to view welcome speeches by our Head Boy and Girl. Quality Mark Distinction Physical Education and Sport Quality Mark Distinction Physical Education and Sport The afPE Quality Mark is a prestigious award that evidences the strength and quality of physical education and sport in our school. This award recognises the outstanding work that is being undertaken at our school on a daily basis. Essex Safeguarding Children Board Essex Safeguarding Children Board The Essex Safeguarding Children Board (ESCB) is a statutory multi agency organisation which brings together agencies who work to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people in Essex. Healthy Schools Healthy Schools As a school, we have achieved the Enhanced Healthy Schools Award showing our commitment to promoting the health and well-being of the school community and encouraging everyone to live a healthy lifestyle both now and in the future. Diversity Mark Diversity Mark As a Diversity Mark School we are committed to inclusive practice; achieving excellence in the spiritual, moral, social and cultural education of all students. We were presented with our Bronze award in April 2019 and we are now striving towards our Silver award. Ofsted Outstanding Partner Ofsted Outstanding Partner We are delighted and very proud to say that our school has been judged by Ofsted to be ‘outstanding’ in every area and we are in the top 10% of schools nationally. All staff work exceptionally hard to make sure our school is both a happy and successful community and we are thrilled their hard work has been recognised by Ofsted. Primary Science Quality Mark Primary Science Quality Mark We have gained the prestigious  PSQM Award 2019.  This  celebrates a commitment to excellence in science teaching and learning in our school National Association for Able Children in Education National Association for Able Children in Education We are working towards the NACE Challenge Award!  At BCPS we recognise that our More Able and Talented children should be encouraged to develop their attributes, skills and potential within a secure yet challenging learning environment that embraces equality of opportunity and provision. Our pre-assessment confirmed that 'there is a real desire to be the best that they can be, and this is very much shared by the pupils.'     Important: PE kit should be named and kept in school at all times. Important: PE kit should be named and kept in school at all times. The children need a t-shirt, shorts and plimsolls/trainers. They also need jogging bottoms, a jumper and trainers for outside. (This will be every other week starting from November).


Our Classes


Reception


Year 1


Miss Hunt

Butterfly

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Mrs Search

Elephant

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Mrs Cooper



Gorilla

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Miss Horsman



Owl

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Year 2


Year 3


Mrs Bache

Kangaroo

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Miss Butcher

Panda

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Ms David



Zebra

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Mrs Morton & Mrs Royce



Meerkat

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Year 4


Year 5


Miss Scott



Dolphin

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Miss Middleton



Tiger

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Miss Tavner



Hippo

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Mr Patterson



Wolf

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Year 6


Extended School Club & PE


Mrs Steventon-Kiy & Mrs Lynch



Eagle

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Mr Keene



Chameleon

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Miss Hazell



Extended School Club

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Mr Proudfoot



PE

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“We work closely with the community, parents and carers to make sure everyone is part of our journey to raise standards and create a school where everyone counts; where everyone has the chance to succeed, to discover their best self and learn how to lead a life of integrity, respect and happiness.”



How to get in touch with BCPS

Main Switchboard:
01621 782070

After School/Breakfast Club:
01621 785740

Fax: 01621 785223
Email: admin@burnham-on-crouch.essex.sch.uk

Postal Address
Burnham on Crouch Primary School
Dunkirk Road
Burnham on Crouch
Essex
CM0 8LG

Head Teacher
Miss Kelly Stock

School Business Manager
Mrs Ann Cutting

How to get in touch with BCPS

Main Switchboard:
01621 782070

After School/Breakfast Club:
01621 785740

Fax: 01621 785223
Email: admin@burnham-on-crouch.essex.sch.uk


Postal Address

Burnham on Crouch Primary School
Dunkirk Road
Burnham on Crouch
Essex
CM0 8LG

Head Teacher
Miss Kelly Stock

School Business Manager
Mrs Ann Cutting


“Burnham on Crouch Primary School is both an aspirational and inclusive school. We believe every child is different; our vision is to help children find their talents so they can be proud of who they are and be confident to move to secondary school knowing their worth. We also believe that the wellbeing, safety and happiness of every child is essential and the needs of our children are at the heart of everything we do.

We teach daily the importance of telling the truth, keeping ourselves safe, being kind and being proud of ourselves and others.”



“We are all extremely proud of our school and we are always pleased to show prospective parents around so that you can see for yourself what we have to offer your children. To find out more please do come and visit.”