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Bembridge C E Primary School
Steyne Road, PO35 5UH, UK Bembridge
+44 (0)1983 872668

Welcome to the Bembridge Church of England Primary School

We are a happy school with excellent relationships between pupils, staff, parents and governors. Our aim is to provide the best possible education for our children within the context of a caring Christian ethos.

Our school was described by OFSTED inspections in 1997 and 2002 as ‘a good school’.

In the last inspection it was also described as a “secure, confident, caring and Christian educational environment, with a Christian commitment to action, which is almost an emotional one, for the nurture of children”.

If you have any questions or need information then please email the school by clicking here .


The philosophy of our school is to provide a firm foundation on which all aspects of education will be built. It is our belief that education is a route to spiritual, moral, social, cultural, physical, and mental development and thus the well-being of the individual. We believe in equal opportunities for all the children in our school, irrespective of social background, culture, race, gender or ability. In order to ensure future progress and success, we aim to provide a curriculum that is broad and balanced. This entails following the National Curriculum, Religious Education, Collective Worship and PSHE and Citizenship. It is our belief that we should provide a learning environment that is motivating, exciting and caring, in order for a child to develop a sense of high self-esteem and academic achievement.

Our school philosophy is the framework for general and more specific whole school aims, and is the foundation from which all aspects of our school community develop.

To create high standards of learning for all children, providing access to all areas of the National Curriculum.
To create a lively and stimulating learning environment.
To create a caring, secure environment so that all our pupils might enjoy high self-esteem.
To develop responsibility towards the environment.
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To create a lasting partnership with parents.
To develop an assured place for the school within the community.
To create surroundings where each individual feels confident and at ease with what they do and about the school.
To be able to respond positively to the opportunities and challenges of the rapidly changing world.
To develop a commitment to the virtues of truth, justice, honesty, trust and a sense of duty.


Pupils join us in the September of the academic year in which they are 5 years old. For the first year they follow a specific Foundation Stage curriculum which is divided into six areas of development, at this stage the pupils are working towards specific Early Learning Goals.

Areas of Learning and Early Learning Goals:

personal, social and emotional development.
communication, language and literacy
mathematical knowledge
knowledge and understanding of the world
physical development
creative development.

The six areas help us plan the learning environment, activities, experiences and framework for the Early Years Curriculum. This does not mean that all the young children’s learning is divided into these areas. One experience could provide a child with opportunities to develop a number of competencies, skills and concepts across several areas of learning.


There are two distinct ‘Key Stages’ in school. Key Stage 1 covers pupils from 5-7 years of age i.e.  Infants. Key Stage 2 covers pupils from 7-9 years of age i.e.  Juniors.



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Year 2 have been learning about the Great Fire of London.
here to read all about it!

Year 1 have been writing in their diaries.
here to find out what they have been up to!


Click here to see some of Year 3's pastel pictures in the style of Vasily Kandinsky.

here to see Year 4 symmetry. 

here to see Year 4's attempt at Joan Miró.


The Friends of Bembridge Primary School   is a group of teachers and parents who raise money to help the working of the school and to provide funds for things that the school would otherwise not be able to afford.

Christmas and Summer Fairs provide the main source of income, although fund raising through cake sales, mufti days and other sponsored events carry on throughout the year.

If you would like to join us or would like any other information then please contact the Chair – Nancy Hawkins by contacting the school on 01983 872668.

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