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Bierton C E Combined School
Parsons Lane, Bierton, HP22 5DF, UK Aylesbury
+44 (0)1296 483110

Welcome to Bierton Church of England School

Bierton Church of England Combined School is a Voluntary Controlled Co-Educational Primary School catering for children between the ages of 4 and 11.

The staff at Bierton are friendly and supportive and are committed to high standards of teaching and learning.

We are a good school and our aim is to foster and develop effective learners.

Children enjoy coming to our school.


Belonging, class, school, community
ndividuality, improvement
ffective Learning Environment
espect, relationships, responsibility
eamwork, trust, tolerance
pportunity for academic, social, moral, physical, spiritual development
urturing Children




School History      


School History


School, c1900

School History

 Church c1900

Secondary Schools      

Catchment Schools

Church of England Upper Schools

Buckinghamshire Admissions Team, Bucks County Council including;

  • Catchment Maps
  • Admission Policies

Absences and Holidays      

Absence from school

If your child is sick please could you ring the school office on their first day of absence to inform the school why your child is not attending.

When your child returns please could you give the teacher a letter covering the absence for the school register.



Please can I ask you, whenever possible not to take holidays during school term. If a child has more than 10 days holiday during the academic year these days count as unauthorised absences which will go on your child’s report and be part of school statistics.

If you wish to take your child out of school for a holiday please could you complete a Leave of Absence Form which can be obtained from the school office.

If your child is year 2 / 6 it is very important that holidays are not taken in May.   


Welcome to the Bierton School PTA      

Welcome to all parents, guardians and teaching staff.....

The aim of the PTA is to advance the education of all pupils. It is our PTA. As parents, guardians and teachers, we are all members. Last year, the PTA presented the School with £12,000, which has been used to purchase new IT equipment, learning resources and other items, including safety enhancements to the main playground.

The PTA raises this money through many varied activities e.g. the May Fair, Hot Dog Days, Quiz Nights and Discos. 

We always welcome

  • contributions of time,
  • new ideas or
  • other resources from all PTA members.
  • members attending committee meetings
Running the PTA should not be just the preserve of the Committee. If you are able to help, in any way, please approach any of the team.

The PTA is a fund-raising body and adds colour and community spirit to School life via its fund raising activities.

  • Parents or guardians with any concerns relating to the running of the School or the welfare of pupils should contact the Head Teacher.

For contacting the PTA and keeping in touch with PTA matters:

  • Please see the notice board outside Reception class entrance
  • There is a post tray outside the Staff Room.
  • We will aim to produce a newsletter at least once a term.
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PTA Questionnaire results      

The PTA would like to thank all the parents who took part in our questionnaire before Easter. We are pleased to advise that we received a 35% response with over 88 parents replying.

Class 5A received the largest reply rate of 48% and all went home for their Easter break with an Easter egg as a thank you for their brilliant cooperation in this project.

It would seem that the current events organised by the PTA are enjoyed by both children and parents alike and thanks to your input, we have some new ideas for our May Fair next year.

Click here to view the results of the PTA questionnaire

May Fair 2007 raises £2,900      

For the second year running PTA members were able to follow the weather forecast for Bank Holiday Monday and put out all of the equipment for the May Fair knowing that at some point during the morning the rain would stop!

PTA Annual General Meeting, Sept 19th      

To be held September 19th @ 8.15pm, all invited.

At the AGM committee members are elected or reelected -please contact George Caldwell-Nichols This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it , Chairman, for more information of being nominated or assisting in PTA activities 

George Nichols, Chairman, Report      
Our PTA Committee Chairman

I welcome all new parents, guardians and teaching staff to Bierton. I must also extend thanks, on behalf of us all, to the outgoing PTA members for their outstanding efforts over many years.

In particular, I would like to thank our previous Chairman, Paul Bannerman, for his support and time over the last few weeks, helping me to get a good start in my new role as Chairman.



Clubs :Times and Dates      
 Clubs run after school from 3.20 - 4.15; click a club from the list below to view more details...
      Autumn 2007 Term 
 Monday     Cheerleaders    Year 4 - 6
3.30 – 4.15

 Tuesday     Music
ICT – Composing Music
Year 3 - 6    3:30-4:00 p.m.


Football Year 5/6 3.30-4.30

Netball Year 5/6 3.20-4.15

Dance KS1 3.30-4.15

 Thursday     Recorders    KS2    3.30  - 4.00 p.m.
 Friday     Cross Country     Yr 3 - 6    3.30 - 4.15 p.m.
Lunchtime Clubs     12.30 – 1.15 p.m.
Wednesday        Choir KS1                12.15 – 12.45 p.m   Mrs Benson
                           Choir KS2                12.45 – 1.30 p.m.    Mrs Benson   
 Thursday           Cross Country         12.15 – 1.00 p.m.    Mrs Cosby


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