Welcome to Bere Alston Primary School

The school is a large village primary of 198 children. There are 7 classes. Our aim as a school is to provide a warm, friendly atmosphere in a safe, caring environment, where children will be happy and successful. To achieve this, it is important that the school and home work together in partnership. This partnership is built through a regular dialogue between parents, child and school. We hope that you find us friendly, approachable and open. We value children as individuals and encourage them to become independent, achieving their full potential as learners and realising their responsibilities as members of a community. As this site grows, we hope you will visit it regularly and suggest other information that would be helpful. Safeguarding is a school priority

Events and Diary Dates

Mon 20th Feb   Non Pupil
Tues 21st Feb 2nd half of spring term begins
Thurs 23rd Feb Yr5 start swimming lessons
Tues 28th Feb Fire Brigade visit Yr5 and Yr1
Weds 15th Mar Class Photos

Parents evening

Book Fair

Thurs 16th Mar Parents evening

Book fair

Weds 29th Mar West Devon Football Finals
Thurs 30th Mar  Easter Bake
Fri 31st Mar Last day of Spring Term
Tues 18th Apr New Summer term begins
 

See our term dates by clicking on the link below:

2016-2017 term dates approved

term dates 2017-2018 approved

 

Contact Details

Head Teacher – Miss Kim Wild

Administrator – Mrs Marianne Shirlow

Address

Bere Alston Primary School

Station Road

Bere Alston

Yelverton

Devon PL20 7AU

Telephone/Email

Telephone: (01822) 840410

Email admin@berealston.devon.sch.uk

 

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