St Andrew's Benn Church of England Voluntary Aided School is a wonderful, caring school that values each and every one of its children. We have approximately 305 children on roll aged 3-11. We have a fantastic team of teachers, support staff, admin staff and lunchtime supervisors that contribute to our family environment.
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  • New Uniform Embroidery Company With immediate effect,Tesco are no longer supplying our embroidered uniform.  The company we now order from are 'My Clothing'.  Please follow the link below.  We have also attached a new price list.Click here Link to My Clothing website
    Posted Jan 18, 2019, 3:37 AM by Amanda Gurney
  • Staff Panto 2018 So this year was no different, and yesterday staff performed a Panto to all of the children.  They absolutely loved it so we thought we would share it with you all.
    Posted Dec 21, 2018, 6:40 AM by Amanda Gurney
  • Summer Holiday Activities Please see attached information/flyers for activities during the summer holidays.There is also a link for the Family Information Service who has some ideas for he summer:https://business.facebook.com/pg/WarwickshireFIS/notes/?ref=page_interna
    Posted Jul 12, 2018, 5:25 AM by Amanda Gurney
  • Football in Hillmorton Hillmorton Junior Football Club are currently recruiting children that are in pre-school and reception. Hillmorton Football Club prioritises child welfare, is well organised, safe, and provides qualified coaching to boys and girls from the age of 3 up to 16. If you are interested in your child getting involved with an established local football team, please contact Rob Hope on 07748 903353
    Posted Jun 14, 2018, 2:02 AM by Amanda Gurney
  • Prince William Award - litter pick Dear residents, As you all know, there is a lot of litter on our local streets and we want to reduce that amount, which is why Year 4  at St Andrews Benn C of E Primary School  are going to be litter picking . On the 20th of June, Year 4 pupils will be picking up litter on your local streets (Cambridge St, Corbett St and Chester St) for our Social Action Project. This is to help benefit the community. Putting your rubbish in the bin means helping the planet to be healthy and the animals to survive. We all love animals here at this school and do not want to see them suffer. Littering also pollutes the plants and hurts ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2018, 4:52 AM by Amanda Gurney
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