About Us

Welcome to our school website, where you will find lots of important information about our school and the community we serve.

Our school is situated in the Brighton Hill area of Basingstoke. The school is approximately three miles from the M3 and three miles from the town centre and is set in a residential area.

We want the very best for the children in our care and aim to offer a stimulating and supportive learning environment where children's talents and gifts are nurtured and developed. Our children enjoy coming to school and attendance is above the national average.

The school has excellent learning facilities set in a safe and secure site. With well equipped indoor and outdoor spaces. These include spacious classrooms, two libraries, a music room, a large hall, two playing fields, a woodland area and a jungle gym.

We have a superb team of staff; class teachers, learning support assistants, office based staff and premises staff who work with dedication and commitment to provide an environment where all children can flourish. The school ethos promotes respect, kindness and friendship to enable our children to grow into confident and independent young people. Our children are well behaved and courteous, which is always evident to visitors who look around the school.

We have an active school council who work alongside their peers to suggest ways in which the school can continue to improve and develop.

We also have a very hard working PTA who continuously raise funds to provided extra opportunities for our children.

We always welcome the opportunity to meet prospective families so should you wish to see us learning and our school in action please feel free to make an appointment to visit by calling the school office on 01256 461733. The best advertisement for our school is the children and their achievements.

Should you wish to have any paper copies of our policies or information on this website, please do not hesitate to contact the school office.

I look forward to meeting and welcoming you in the near future.


Miss Sue Jackson

Head Teacher