Bagshot Infant School Careers Site Eteach (13744)
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Overview

Bagshot Infant School is a school maintained by Surrey County Council. The school can accommodate one hundred and eighty children in the four to seven year old age group. In September 2008 a new Sure Start Children’s Centre opened on the school site. This centre provides services for children aged 0 -5 years and their families The school is situated in a quiet area of Bagshot Village. It is traditional in design, with spacious classrooms and attractive working areas for the children. Two new classrooms for the reception classes opened in July 2008. The school has extensive grounds with a large playground and a field to the rear of the school. The original school was built in 1870 and additions have been made to the buildings at various times. The result is a school with character and history and one which has a special place in the hearts of many Bagshot people.

About Us

EDUCATE ENABLE ENRICH ENJOY  

These words sum up what we at Bagshot Infant School aim to do for your children. We will work to:

• Educate the children to their full potential.

• Enable the children to become independent, enthusiastic learners and thinkers.

• Enrich the children’s learning with broad opportunities and experiences.

• And encourage enjoyment of everything they do.

School staff, parents and governors have worked together to draw up the aims, to which we aspire at Bagshot Infant School. To achieve these aims we must:

• Ensure a happy, safe and secure school environment.

• Create a stimulating and challenging learning environment that meets, yet goes beyond, the demands of the National Curriculum.

• Provide opportunities, which enable the children to discover an enthusiasm and joy for learning and discovering.

• Foster a community where respect for others, the school and its surroundings are highly valued.

• Develop each child’s physical, moral, social, creative and intellectual potential.

• Promote a partnership between home, school and the community.

• Value children and develop in them self-discipline, self-confidence, self-respect and self-esteem.

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