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Warfield C E Primary School
All Saints Rise, Warfield, RG42 3SS, UK Bracknell
+44 (0)1344 862074

Welcome to Warfield C of E Primary School

"A School of Friends Achieving Success Together"

Head Teacher Mrs Andrea Griffiths
We are a Church of England school located in the parish of Warfield. We have close links with our local church Saint Michael The Archangel and the Reverend Brian Meardon administers the pastoral care in our school.

We welcome children as Rising5's through to 11 years and from all religious denominations. Children come to us from the local and surrounding area, subject to places being available

To contact us:
Warfield C of E Primary School
All Saints Rise
RG12 6SS
Telephone: 01344 862074

Fax 01344 861310

The Chairman of Governors Dr Lynne Hughes may be contacted via the school.

A Note from The Head Teacher

Welcome to our school, Warfield C of E Primary School. We hope that, should your child join our school, your family will quickly feel part of the school community, which we view as a team which works together to provide the very best we can for the children in our care. Governors, teachers, staff members, parents, children and all those involved in the work of the school are part of this teamwork and we value the contributions of each group and individual, to the overall life of the school.
Our aim is to be a school that parents would want as their first choice for their children and that their children would want to be a part of; where children feel valued, secure and able to express their ideas and opinions; where pupils are motivated to learn in a well-resourced, stimulating environment and where they have access to the highest quality teaching and learning from skilled, enthusiastic, caring staff; where every opportunity will be exploited so that academic, spiritual, moral, physical, aesthetic, social and cultural development will be maximised; where staff, governors and parents work as a team to inspire and assist all pupils towards their goals; and where there is global commitment to the fulfilment of potential in an atmosphere of mutual respect, trust and high expectation.
This Website aims to give you relevant information about the school. Welcome mornings for prospective parents are held when you can discuss the school in greater detail, ask questions and visit the classes at the best time to visit any teaching group ? when the classes are buzzing with activity.


In 1816 Lord Braybrooke gave a parcel of land to the Vicar and Church Wardens of Warfield for a building for the 'voluntary education of poor infants'.

Warfield School was built on this land, evidently because it was the only site available in an area of good agricultural and not because it was considered the best site for the purpose.

It remained in constant use until 1935 when on 7th September, apparently as the result of heavy gales; an extensive crack appeared in the school wall. On 16th September the school was declared unsafe and closed for two weeks whilst the walls were shored up.

An entry in the school log book for 9th December that year reads: "I have today announced to the pupils that this school will close down on December 20th. It is no longer acknowledged by the Board of Education. The children will attend the other schools in the neighbourhood until such time that a Warfield Junior School is built here, either by the school managers or the Berkshire Education Committee." (It was, up to this point of course, an 'all-age' school)

The children were duly shared out between the two Bracknell schools then in existence, Bulbrook and Priestwood, and Warfield School remained closed until 31st August 1937, when it re-opened as a Junior and Infant Mixed School, not in a new building, but with the old building having been repaired and a modern extension added. This modernisation was not completed, evidently, until 1950, when a diocesan report mentions 'the delightful new classroom for Infants', which probably alludes to the room which now houses Juniors.

During the Second World War (1939-1945), there were evacuees in Warfield and the school was shared with the Mantua St. School, Battersea, with the Warfield children having lessons in the morning and the London children lessons in the afternoon.

The evacuees left in due course and Warfield School enjoyed a relatively untroubled existence until 1980 when, because of declining numbers and the economic strictures being applied by the Education Authority, the school, along with others in the County, came under threat of closure.

A parental Action Group tried unsuccessfully to fight this but in January 1981, following Mrs Andrews appointment as Head, a new Action Group, with very strong backing from the local community, took up the challenge again and with a lot of hard work and by a change in the constitution of the County Council, closure was averted.

In 1989, a major new housing development centred around Jigs Lane was proposed with two sites allocated for primary education. The Governors of Warfield School debated how best to maintain the ethos of a village school and concluded that the future of the school would be best protected by adopting the site at All Saints Rise. An application was made to the Secretary of State for a Transfer Order, which was granted in late 1991, allowing the planning to start early in 1992. Construction of the new building commenced in April 1993 and opened January 1994.



At Warfield Church of England Primary School, we are proud of our achievements and of what we offer to our learners and teachers. Our ethos is based on simple Christian values and beliefs. If you choose to step through our doors and join us, you choose to become part of our vision.

At Warfield you will be treated with
* Respect and courtesy
* Honesty
* Fairness
* Friendliness

At Warfield you will always have the opportunity
* To achieve
* To take pride in your work
* To be inspired and stimulated
* To build on your existing knowledge and to experience challenge in a supportive atmosphere
* To learn through carefully prepared lessons that cater for a range of learning styles and use a variety of teaching strategies and resources.
* To learn through lessons where learning is ?real? and through practical experiences wherever possible
* To learn through a broad and balanced curriculum, enriched at every opportunity
* To be listened to and to express your opinion
* To become an independent and active learner
* To feel safe and secure in your school
* To be part of a warm and spiritual community
* To celebrate your successes

At Warfield, we expect our learners
* To aim high and to live up to high expectations
* To try new things
* To be punctual and prepared for learning
* To be polite and courteous and to respect the rights of others to learn without disruption
* To express their opinions while showing consideration for others
* To take responsibility for their actions, behaviour and learning
* To support each other and share ideas
* To aim to become independent and active learners

At Warfield we value
* Independence and individuality
* Friends
* Smiles
* Respect for each other and for all aspects of human dignity
* Apologies
* Each other just as God values each one of us
* Fun and enjoyment
* Praise in public
* Constructive criticism in private
* Fulfilment
* Excellence

At Warfield we believe
* That we must care for each other and those in the world around us
* That we should share and spread what we have
* That all opportunities should be available to everyone regardless of ability, race, sex or background
* That it is good to have tried your best and also to be the best
* That we should be able to finish every day with an answer to the question:

What have you done today to make you feel proud?


The school uniform shop is open every Friday between 8.30 and 9am and is situated in the music room.

The shop is managed by the PTA and is run on a voluntary basis.

Details of uniform requirements can be found in the school prospectus.

We keep a wide range of stock and are generally able to supply uniform without ordering. We accept cheques and cash only.

If you are unable to visit on Friday mornings please feel free to contact Mandy Salter on 01344 485881 to make alternative arrangements.

Sweatshirts £12.00
Sweatcardigans £12.00
Polo Shirts £9.00
P.E. T-Shirts £6.50
P.E.Shorts(girls and boys) £5.00
P.E.Bags £3.50
Book Bags £3.50
Rucksacks £6.00
Waterbottles £1.00
Replacement Lids for Bottles £0.25
Caps £2.00
Bookmarks £0.50
Reversible Waterproof Jackets £20.00
Fleeces £16.50
N.B. Any items ordered in an adult size will have V.A.T. added.


Please contact School Office to disuss costs/enrolement.

Activity Day Time For Teacher
Le Club Francais Tuesday 12.40 - 1.25pm YR1-6 Gerard
Tennis Tuesday 3.30 - 4.15pm YR1&2 Trevor
Football Club Tuesday 3.30 - 4.30pm YR5&6 Mrs Kennedy
Percussion Tuesday 3.30 - 4.30pm YR5&6 Mrs Symons-Chan
Netball Club Wednesday 3.30 - 4.30pm YR5&6 Mrs Flint/Mrs Callard
Indoors Athletics Wednesday 3.30 - 4.30pm YR5&6 Mrs Kennedy
Keyboard Wednesday 3.30 - 4.30pm YR5 Mrs Loffhagen
Violins Wednesday check with office YR1-6 BYMT-J Jackman
Running Club Thursday 3.30 - 4.30pm YR4-6 Mrs Prudden
Art Club Thursday 3.15 - 4.15pm YR2&3 Mrs Tallman/Miss Dick
Guitar Thursday Afterschool YR3-6 BYMT-Ra
Flute/Clarinet Thursday Afternoons YR3-6 BYMT-Mrs Harvey
Chess Club Friday 12.35 - 1.25pm YR4-6 Mrs Flint/Mrs Rusby
Indoors Athletics Friday 3.30 - 4.15pm YR5&6 Mrs Kennedy


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