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  • Half Term 10th Feb - 20th Feb

    Published on Monday 5th February 2018

    February Half Term is here, Please remember that Monday 19th February is an Inset Day. See you on 20th February.


    Published on Wednesday 10th May 2017

    Please click on the link below to view the Keleidoscope Presentation regarding our School becoming a Multi Academy Trust.

  • Hogswarts @ Becket

    Published on Tuesday 7th March 2017

    Welcome to Hogwarts @ Becket Primary School! The front reception area of our school has been transformed into our very own Hogwarts. This initiative is part of our new approach to immersive learning. So far we have had amazing feedback from visitors, parents and most importantly our pupils. Come and see what you think…and keep an eye out, as there’s more to come!!!

  • World Book Day

    Published on Friday 3rd March 2017

    A massive thank you to parents, children and staff who took part in our 30 year celebration of Where’s Walley for World Book Day. Whether it was Wenda, Woof, Whitebeard or Wally himself or if you came as your favourite character from your favourite book you all looked great! WELL DONE!

  • Follow us on Twitter @becket_primary

    Published on Friday 9th September 2016

    Follow us on Twitter


  • educate.against.hate.

    Published on Monday 7th March 2016

    We all want our children to live in a safe and loving environment so that they can grow up to become happy, confident adults. You will already know that your children can be vulnerable to risks both inside and outside the home, and will have taken steps to protect them so they can grow, learn and develop to their fullest potential.

    More information can be found here…

  • School Uniform

    Published on Friday 13th February 2015


  • How is the school spending its Sport Grant money?

    Published on Wednesday 18th June 2014


  • How is the school using its Pupil Premium Grant?

    Published on Wednesday 18th June 2014


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