Welcome to Burpham Primary School
Welcome to our website. Alongside day-to-day information, you will find examples of children’s work and photographs of what we do.
Burpham Primary School is a primary school for children between the ages of four and eleven with a Specialist Centre for children with communication and interaction needs (COIN). Our school opened in 1908 and we are a two form entry school.
We aspire to help every child in our care to develop as a whole person, becoming confident, happy, independent, creative and adaptable; to love learning and achieve more than they ever thought possible. Our experienced and well-established teaching team have high expectations and aspirations for all our pupils and we never stop trying to find new ways of promoting learning and making improvements to our school.
We firmly believe that knowing every child as an individual is vital to success. We believe that everybody should feel safe and that every child has individual strengths which should be recognised and celebrated. When considering Burpham Primary, you are very welcome to visit the school and to see us at work and play. Please contact us to arrange a
Mrs Jo White
We read the book 'Rain Before Rainbows' in each year group assembly. Then every child thought about their hopes and dreams for the future. We collected all our hopes together and now we have a beautiful rainbow of hopes and dreams running through our school.
If you’re a member of a household, childcare bubble or support bubble of a school pupil, college student or of a staff member, you can get twice-weekly symptom-free tests.
The symptom-free tests for households are not available from schools or colleges. Households can use any testing offered by their employer, or book an appointment online at a symptom-free testing site, or collect a home-testing kit from a designated collection point, or if unable to travel to a site, order a kit online. You can find out more at surreycc.gov.uk/symptomfreecovidtesting.
If your child or a household or bubble member develop COVID-19 symptoms, do not use symptom-free testing. Book a free test at gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test or call 119.
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information-for-parents-and-carersThe Government have also published guidance for households with possible or confirmed cases of coronavrius (COVID-19)
For School information for parents and carers regarding COVID-19 please look under the Parent/Carer Information tab and then Coronavirus.
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