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  • 26/03/21

    Stations of the Cross

    This year on the last day of term before the Easter holidays Bentley CE  Primary School invites you to our retelling of the Stations of the Cross.   The Stations of the Cross is a traditional way of telling Jesus’ story from being condemned to death and His journey while carr...
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  • 05/03/21

    A Gift for The Gambia

    We are delighted to announce a special Gift for The Gambia as a new way to link with the community at Sitahuma. The pupils wanted to know more about our friends at the Sitahuma school and voted to support Kaira Konko again as one of our three school charities for the year.
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  • 04/03/21

    World Book Day - 4th March 2021

    Each year at Bentley CE Primary School the children’s fantastic outfits wow us on World Book Day and this year is no different, despite the lockdown.  We are AMAZED at the effort people have put in with brilliant book based outfits at home and those at school.
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  • 11/02/21

    Ever wondered how our school is funded?

    Join us for an hour on Thursday 11th March from 8:30pm on Zoom for this School Governor led event.  James, Laura and Paul will be online talking about how school funding works, why funding for our school is under pressure, National and Regional figures on primary school admissions and how th...
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  • 11/02/21

    Chores for WWF

    Each year our pupils vote to choose three charities to support. Despite lockdown we have been impressed by how the pupils want to get involved and change the world for the better. This activity is designed to be easily managed at home and we hope it will teach children about responsibility in severa...
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  • 23/11/20

    The Book Fair is Back!

    Our annual Scholastic Book Fair is back, just in time for you to purchase some lovely reading books for Christmas for your friends and family.  This year, we are unable to invite parents into school to look at the books.  Instead, the Scholastic Book...
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  • 13/11/20

    Anti-Bullying Week 2020

    Anti-Bullying Week 2020 is happening from Monday 16th – Friday 20th November and has the theme ‘United Against Bullying’. It is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, which is based at the National Children’s Bureau.
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  • 16/10/20

    Comfy Clothes Day

    The School Council have been talking to the children and coming up with some super PTFA fundraiser ideas for ‘Special Days’ at school.  Each one is a bit different and some after Christmas will be a special day spread over a week so we can share space and resources – such as A...
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  • 20/03/20

    X-Factor 2020

    The children and staff were blown away today by the finalists of this year's X-Factor competition.  Having auditioned earlier in the week, our finalists were selected and performed in front of the whole school and staff.
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  • 06/03/20

    Relationships and sex education review

    The Department for Education has announced changes to RSE.  These changes will come into effect from September 2020 and all schools will be required to comply with the updated requirements. This means we will be reviewing our RSE curriculum and policy so we can be sure our RSE provision is appr...
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  • 01/03/20

    World Book day

    Thursday 5th March is World Book Day and the children are invited to dress up as their favourite character from a book.  There is no theme this year and the children may choose something as adventurous or as simple as they wish.  We are keen for no one to spend on expensive costumes if you...
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  • 07/02/20

    Road Safety SLogan Competition

    We are holding a competition to get a new banner for our school to remind people not to park on the yellow zigzag lines. You need to come up with a catchy slogan and enter it at the office before Thursday 13th February. Just write your slogan on a piece of paper, along with your name and drop it in...
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