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Newbold School
Popeswood Road, Binfield, RG42 4AH, UK Bracknell
+44 (0)1344 421088

Our Mission

Newbold School is a Christian school for children between the ages of 3 and 11. It is owned and operated by the Seventh Day Adventist church, and its staff form a Christian community which aims to offer pupils an opportunity to develop their mental, physical, social and spiritual faculties. The school welcomes children from all faiths and backgrounds, and seeks to enable them to achieve their full potential as they lay the foundations for their future education and their role in society. 

Contact Information

For further information or to make an appointment to view the school please contact the Head Teacher Mrs. V. Chilvers either by telephone or by clicking the link below:

01344 421088
01344 421088
Postal address
Popeswood Road, Binfield, Berkshire. RG42 4AH

Click here for a map "Where to find Newbold School"

School facilities

The school is set in very attractive grounds, with both hard playgrounds and grass areas for play.

In the summer of 2001, the school introduced new specialist designed play equipment, complete with all-weather safety surfaces. Since its installation, the equipment has proved very popular with children of all ages.

The school is also able to use the excellent gymnasium, at Newbold College, which is adjacent to the school.

Children throughout the school, from age 4 years, are able to have swimming instruction fortnightly.

Extra Curricular Activities


Music plays an important part in the life of the school. Tuition in recorder begins in Year 3 for all children. Older children have the opportunity to develop their skills with the treble recorder.

Children from Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 form the Newbold School Choir. The school choir sings at school functions and occasionally at church services.

Newbold School also offers the chance, from Year 2,  to learn guitar, flute and violin.


A qualified tutor gives group and individual elocution lessons and pupils may be entered for London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art examinations in Speech.

Football Club

Open to all children. The club meets after school in Newbold College Gym.

Newbold School Fees


Pre-School       £815 per Term

Full Time         £940 per Term

  • A non-refundable deposit will be required upon enrolment.
  • In order to plan effectively, we need to know in advance of withdrawal of any pupil. We ask that a full term’s notice is given or a term’s fees will be charged.
  • The school reserves the right to require the withdrawal of any pupil whose conduct or work is not satisfactory.

School Policies and Procedures

Newbold School has a range of policies and procedures to ensure the smooth running of the school and to advise parents and students of areas of interest.

Please follow the links below to view the policies and procedures.

Admissions Policy

Attendance Policy

Behaviour Policy

  • Class Rules
  • Code of Conduct
  • Being Positive about Behaviour - Rewards and Praise

Anti-Bullying Policy

Anti-Racist Policy and Code

Complaints/Grievance Procedure

Newbold School has 100 children on role, aged between 3 and 11 years, accommodated in 5 classes.

The school is small enough for all children to be known personally, not only by their own teacher but also by all the other members of staff.

National Curriculum Subjects.

Great emphasis is placed on the development of those skills included in National Curriculum subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Information & Communication Technology, Design & Technology, History, Geography, P.S.H.E, Music and P.E.

Religious Education.

The children become familiar with Bible principles and are encouraged to see in the life of Jesus the expression of God's love for them.

P.E. and Games.

All children take part in regular P.E. and Games lessons. Formal games including cricket, football, netball, hockey and rounders begin in Year 3. Since the school is small, competitive sport with other schools is infrequent.

Weekly swimming lessons are available to all children from the ages of 4 to 11 years.

For more information about each class, please click on the appropriate button on the left.

The School Day.

Monday - Thursday
8:55 - 12:10 (Foundation 1) 
8:55 - 3:30 (Foundation 2 - Year 6)
8:55 - 12:30 (All pupils)
Newbold School is closed on Friday afternoons.

 Click here for information on Newbold School uniform.

The work plans for the Summer Term, for Foundation 2 can be viewed and downloaded from the following link:

Medium Term Plans - Summer 2007


Children are encouraged to experience a wide variety of books for home reading and shared books within the classroom. Emphasis is placed on the learning of phonics and this is benefiting early reading and spelling.

Year 1 - 2

The work plans for the Summer Term, Year 1/2 can be viewed and downloaded from the following link:

Medium Term Plans - Summer 2007

Year 3 - 4

The work plans for the Summer Term, Year 3/4 can be viewed and downloaded from the following link:

Medium Term Plans - Summer 2007

Medium Term Plans, Science - Summer 2007

Children throughout the school, from age 4 years, are able to have swimming instruction fortnightly.

Year 5 - 6

The work plans for the Summer Term, Year 5/6 can be viewed and downloaded from the following link:

Medium Term Plans - Summer 2007


Children in Year 5 & 6 begin to learn a foreign language. They are introduced to French and learn simple phrases and useful vocabulary. 

Year 5 & 6 are able to take advantage of the splendid facilities at the adjacent Newbold College Gymnasium.


Children in Year 5 & 6 are encouraged to cultivate their own tub of plants to enhance the environment and develop an interest in gardening.

Year 5 & 6 have planted a wild life garden to encourage insects and mini beasts. We have chosen plants that will attract butterflies, bees and other pollinators. Our small pond has been visited by a frog and we have found an increasing number of insects under the decaying log.

Part of our Literacy unit involved looking at 'Poems of Love and War'. Here are two accounts, written as newspaper reports, of the Charge of the Light Brigade inspired by the famous poem by Lord Tennyson.

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