Our School

Our Aims

Willow WalkThe Governing Body of Beoley First School has a clear vision of our school:
‘Every member of the school community is empowered to reach further forward than they ever thought was possible.'
To achieve this the children, staff, Governors and parents have worked together to produce our Mission Statement:
Can you balance?‘At Beoley First School we provide a fun, challenging environment, ensuring ample opportunities for:   

- academic excellence

- ethical practice

- social development

We welcome the opportunity that constant striving for improvements brings' 
At Beoley School we believe that children learn best in a happy, secure and caring environment. All our staff are committed to this philosophy, caring for each child as an individual within the whole school ethos.
Our aim is to provide a broad and balanced curriculum with the children at the very centre, promoting an atmosphere of excellence, friendship, care, trust and mutual respect.
Sun TotemWith this in mind we strive to:   

- enable the children to become physically, emotionally and spiritually mature to handle the challenges of their adult lives

- develop and encourage each child's full potential to become independent learners

- help the children become intellectually equipped with the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to function effectively in a society of the futureThe first years of schooling are crucial in the life of your child; they are the building blocks of their future and the foundation of their lives.

You want the very best education for your child and at Beoley School we are able to deliver this. Download our Full Prospectus here.




Wednesday 13th December. Please take care as the Village Hall car park and pavements may still be slippery.




School Prospectus



Dates For Your Diary


  • We are rescheduling the Christmas Grotto for Monday 18th December – same time, same place!
  • Party day will now be on Tuesday 19th December – please let me know if you can help.
  • Unfortunately we are going to have to cancel the Carol Service on Wednesday 13th Dec as we cannot guarantee the safety of the pupils whilst walking up the hill and there is no heating in the church at the moment!
  • Don’t forget the remaining two performances of Jack and the Beanstalk will take place on Friday 15th December – again same times, same place!!
  • Tuesday 19th December- End of term
  • Wednesday 3rd January - Back to school