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Bulphan C E Primary School
Fen Lane, Bulphan, RM14 3RL, UK Upminster
+44 (0)1375 891220


Welcome to Bulphan Church of Engand Primary School!

At Bulphan, every child is unique and special to all who work in the school and in the eyes of God .  Every Child Matters at Bulphan and education is about developing the needs of the whole child. 

 As well as teaching children the skills to read, write and do sums,  education is about transforming children's lives, giving them the confidence and self-belief that will enable them to play an active role as a citizen in their community.  But this alone is not enough.  It is about giving children the skills to be independant, to take responsibility for their own learning, to ask questions to further their understanding of the world of which they are a part and to be life long learners, not just while they are at school.

Bulphan school is a real community where the staff, governors, children, parents and the church work hard together, are greatly valued and welcomed in the school.  There is a strong belief in the work of the school and in our children, who with the right support, will go on to achieve their full potenatial.  And all this takes place in a loving, Christian environment demonstrated in our School Values, values that Jesus himself showed when he lived on earth.

 I hope that you will come and visit our small but thriving school and share in the work and fun that takes place here.

 Iain Bendrey

Bulphan's Vision & School Values

Our vision for Bulphan Primary School comes from our faith; that we will provide high quality teaching and learning, where every person is respected and valued, the Christian ethos is evident and the school is an integral part of the village community.



Our school values are:-




Vision, Values and Aims

Our vision for Bulphan Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School comes from

  • our faith in the importance of education for all,
  • where there is provision of high quality teaching and learning,
  • in a setting where every person is respected and valued,
  • the Christian ethos is evident and
  • the school is an intergral part of the village community.


In achieving this vision, our school values of:









are to be taken as standard


Aims of the school


In order to achieve our vision, we aim to:

  1. appoint and retain high quality staff
  2. create an atmosphere of openness, trust and mutual respect between staff, pupils, governors, parents and all other stakeholders
  3. preserve and develop the religious characterof the school and promote Christian values through the experience offered to pupils
  4. provide children with a curriculum that promotes high standards academically, personally and socially
  5. provide a happy,, secure and caring environment for all pupils
  6. build self-esteem, confidence and enthusiasm
  7. develop in children an awareness of, and appreciation for, the needs of themselves and others
  8. engender a positive attitude to learning, and impart the skills and knowledge necessary to become independent learners in an ever-changing world
  9. lay the foundations for pupils, in later life, to play a positive role in society and achieve economic well-being
  10. enable every pupil to reach his or her potential


Class 1 Class. Teacher: Mrs Blandford

Year Foundation, 1 and 2


Mrs Brien

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Class 2 Class. Teacher: Mrs Beard

Year 3 and 4

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Class 3 Class. Teacher: Mrs Hind

Year 5 and 6


Mrs Parker

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