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Here at Batheaston Church School, we pride ourselves on being a warm, friendly and happy place where children thrive on the belief that their dreams and aspirations can be achieved. Through our 5C’s of Communication, Collaboration, Compassion, Critical thinking and Creativity, we strive to provide our children with the best opportunities and experiences to enhance their educational journey.


We are looking forward to celebrating book week, this week. The children will be encouraged to share their love of reading and there will be lots of opportunities to promote the love of books from staff, parents and children.

We are really looking forward to seeing a range of characters walk through the gates on Friday as we hold our annual dressing up day.

Diary Dates

Monday 4th March – Launch of Book Week Assembly

Tuesday 5th March – Parents invited into class to read with children at 2.45pm

Book Swap at 3.20pm

Wednesday 6th March – Swimming for Elm Class and selected Year 6

Friday 8th March – Dress up as a book character day!

Celebration Assembly @ 10am

Bath Rugby Festival: Oak and Maple girls at 12.30pm

I like how the teachers support us if we are finding it hard.


We get great educational learning. This school is supportive, fun, sporty and sets us up for adulthood


The teachers are always by your side here and it is amazing to be able to play with your friends everyday in our fun playgrounds.


I like our school because we all look after it and work together as a team. I like the teachers because they are kind and caring.


I love all the fun ways we learn. I really love maths and writing!


“Batheaston school is simply wonderful. Nikki has made the transition for our little reception children (in these very strange times of 2020) as gentle, nurturing and fun as it could be. Everyday the children are greeted with smiles and warmth from one of the lovely team. Nikki has gone above and beyond with the induction process from letters to the children, to stories online, zoom meetings for parents and frequent twitter updates of the children and the fabulous classroom and an end of term video. Helping us to all feel part of what is going on in the classroom despite current circumstances stopping us from physically going in. Having a reception teacher who clearly adores children and education is a fabulous foundation for life!! The school community is warm, friendly and inclusive. We couldn’t wish for a better school.” Harriet (Parent)

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