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Boughton Heath Primary School
Becketts Lane, Great Boughton, CH3 5RW, UK Chester
Tel. 01244 318153

Welcome to Boughton Heath Primary School

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About us

Boughton Heath School is committed to the children's personal development and enjoyment of the learning process. Our success is based upon a clear understanding of the benefits of a balanced curriculum, where excellent teachers make lessons exciting and enjoyable.

We have high expectations of academic achievement and diverse opportunities for non-academic success. We enjoy excellent partnerships with parents and the local community, whilst also providing a forum for even the youngest pupil's voice. We have high quality teaching and support by a dedicated and well informed staff.

School Aims
  • Deliver single year teaching where possible
  • Provide a balanced and stimulating education across all curriculum areas
  • Provide each pupil with a happy and safe environment whilst in the care of the school
  • Encourage healthy living habits
  • Help each child to develop their full potential during their time at the school
  • Give each member of staff job satisfaction and the opportunity for career development
  • Raise the awareness of pupils to environmental issues Support parents’ participation in the life of the school
  • Extend access to our facilities to the local community for mutual benefit.
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  • All the information you need about choosing whether this is the right school for your child.
  • The latest news and events about the school
  • All of our after schools activities OFSTED reports
  • Newsletters and school articles



We have a full and comprehensive after and before school clubs provision that changes each term. We firmly believe that the activities offered by staff and external agencies is one of the best in Cheshire and fully embraces the Every Child Matters agenda. Furthermore we have recently been awarded the Active Sports mark and achieved Healthy Schools accreditation. The clubs we provide significantly contributed to both of these and we are very proud of our school's achievements. This term we offer thirteen clubs. You can view pictures of the clubs in the school gallery and you can find a quick view timetable for this terms clubs under important documents.

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New Food Requirements / The Kitchens / School Menus

The government has set new food-based standards for school lunches. This page summarises the key requirements.

These healthier products are now on our menus

More Fruit and Vegetables
No less than two servings per day per child; at least one should be vegetables or salad and at least one should be fruit.
More Oily Fish
Oily fish such as mackerel and salmon should be served at least once every three weeks
Bread should be available at lunch every day
Drinking Water
Free, fresh drinking water should be available at all times.
Healthier Drinks
The only drinks served should be water, pure fruit juices, milk, yoghurt and milk drinks with less than 5% added sugar, smoothies, low calorie hot chocolate, coffee and tea.

These foods are now restricted or no longer allowed:

No Confectionery
Confectionery such as chocolate bars, chocolate-coated biscuits and sweets should not be available for lunch.
No Savoury Snacks
Savoury snacks such as crisps should not be available for lunch.
No Salt
Condiments - Restricted
Salt should not be available at lunch. Condiments, such as ketchup and mayonnaise, should only be available in sachets.
Deep-Fried Foods – Restricted
Meals should not contain more than two deep-fried foods, such as chips and batter-coated products, in a single week.
Manufactured Meat Products – Restricted
These products, such as chicken nuggets, burgers and sausage rolls, may only be served occasionally, and only providing they meet standards for minimum meat content.


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