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21st - 25th May Walk to School Week.

Message from the Headteacher


I would like to welcome you to Bedfont Primary School website. The purpose of the website is to be a source of information and a celebration of our children's many achievements. We also hope that if you are not familiar with our school, it will provide you with an insight into our ethos, values and commitment to high standards of teaching and learning.

It is our aim to develop a successful partnership with you so that your child is given every possible opportunity to succeed and excel. We look forward to developing this partnership.

Bedfont  provides a learning environment that is conducive to high standards of work and behaviour and where children can learn to be gradually independent and thrive.

Bedfont Primary School will be the first step on the learning journey of our children and we aim for it to be a positive one.

Children learn in a variety of different ways and we aim to provide experiences that stimulate and inspire. Through sporting endeavours, musical experiences, exciting trips and a dynamic and engaging curriculum,  our children will develop a true love of learning in a safe and nurturing environment.

The dedicated staff of Bedfont Primary School are determined to create an environment that encourages the children to become confident, caring and passionate individuals with pride in themselves and their school. We endeavour to develop children that are leaders in their learning, show resilience in the face of challenges and enjoy coming to school each day.

I hope that you find our website informative. 

Best wishes,

Mr G. Davis

A Day in the Life of Bedfont Primary School

SchoolPing Login

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You can either download the app on your phone, you would need to search for ‘SchoolPing’ in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store or go to the school website www.bedfontprimary.com and click on the link for SchoolPing.

If you need your login details for SchoolPing please contact the school office.  This will be the only way you are able to book an appointment.



The NSPCC along with their mascot Buddy came to visit the school to deliver their Speak out. Stay safe assemblies . The child-friendly, interactive assemblies help children to understand abuse in all its forms and recognise the signs and know how to protect themselves. We will be raising funds to support the NSPCC in  Number Day event in February.

Bedfont Primary Magazine

Freshwater Theatre Company


Year 3 had a visit from Freshwater Theatre Company. Each class received a performance to support their scavengers topic. Thank you to the Year 3 team for organising this exciting event.


Coming Soon

Monday 21st May Y6 School Journey week

Monday 21st May Walk to school week

Tuesday 22nd May Tropical Zoo visiting EYFS

Half Term 28th - 1st June

Monday 4th June INSET day

School Meals Menu

Starting Nursery class in September 2018

Children born between 1 September 2014 and 31 August 2015 can take up a free, part-time place in a nursery class from the September before their fourth birthday.

You can apply for a nursery class for September 2018 by contacting Hounslow Schools. The closing date for applications is 4 May 2018.

Please read our ‘Starting in a Hounslow School Nursery in September 2018’ brochure carefully before completing your application.

Download the application form and brochure from our website


Recent Letters Home

Bedfont Book Day


Thank you to all the parents and carers who joined us for DCome and Read as part of our Bedfont Book Day


Teachers and children had a great time dressing up as our favourite book characters.


We listened to and shared our favourite stories along with taking part in a range of book inspired activities.

See tab for more pictures.

Year 3/4 Borough Sports


A selection of children in year 3 and year 4 attended a borough sports event this week. The children had a fantastic afternoon. We missed out on a quarter final place by 1 point. Well done to all the children and staff for their involvement.

Key Stage 1 Superstars

Each week we celebrate the achievement of Key Stage 1 children in our Superstar Assembly.

Kingfisher Class
Seth and Kaitlyn

Swan Class
Jesse and Ismaeel

Seagull Class
Vito and Murtaha

Nightingale Class  

Ethan and Inara

Peacock Class
Baeleigh and Kamil

Swallow Class
Ruby and Alex

Key Stage 2 Appreciation

Children in Key Stage 2 who have really impressed their teachers this week:

Year 3:
Skylark: Keylan and Manveer
Woodpecker: Sophie C, Hadia and Betty (and Nysha from last week!)
Owl: Mustafa and Jowita

Year 4:
Swift: Sara and Keira
Chaffinch: Miguel and Chloe
Eagle: Qayyim and Calli

Year 5:
Mashal, Maisie, Zainab, Emmanuele, Hassan and Blake

Year 6: Cassify, Paige, Asif, Mia, Kosta and Maddie



Best attendance for the week 19:3:2018:

Sparrow  98%

Osprey  98%


Well done!


"Very warm and welcoming school. My kids love it."

"Teachers and teaching assistants show great enthusiasm with their work and the children."

"The school provides every facility to my children and also gives time to their development in every field."

"Beautiful assembly, so proud of Bedfont Primary."


"They encourage us to believe in ourself."

"They give me support when I am struggling and have helped me get through my SATs by keeping me calm and providing me with food. They also deal with problems in the right way."

"They teach us how to improve our work and if we don't understand something then the teachers will explain it to us patiently. If we go down in our work they help us to get back up and if our behaviour is bad they help us make it better. The school also gives us treats if we do well and usually try to make the lessons fun."

"The school help me improve with my learning and the teachers always encourage me to try my best in whatever lesson I do."

"It always has fun and interactive lessons and they always support you in every way. And I am never alone."

Pupil Questionnaire July 2017


"I feel supported and valued. I really enjoy working with all the team. The teachers are so friendly and we always work closely together and collaborate effectively when planning lessons for example. Teaching is definitely not an easy job. It is hard work and can be very tiring. However, working with like-minded people, who are caring and passionate about what they do makes all the effort worthwhile."

"There have been many changes within the school since I first joined, but the friendly and supportive atmosphere throughout the whole school community remains the same, many visitors and new members of staff remark on how welcomed they feel.  We teach friendly, enthusiastic and engaging children and benefit from the support of their parents."

Staff members  2017

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