Introduction

Bidford on Avon C of E Primary school is set in the historic village of Bidford on Avon, downstream from Stratford upon Avon.

In 2002 the school moved from its original Victorian building to a new site, which it shares with the library, community hub, parish council rooms and Willow Tree Nursery.

Our modern and attractive classrooms provide a stimulating learning environment and pupils benefit from a dedicated ICT suite and library, shared group work areas, a well-resourced hall and extensive outdoor facilities, including a specialist reception play area, Forest School and outdoor gym.

We currently have 315 children on roll, aged from four to eleven years. The majority come from Bidford on Avon and the local villages of Broom, Wixford, Exhall and Marcliff.

We have strong links with the local community and with St Laurence's church and the Baptist church.

Our parents take an active role in the Bidford School Association (BSA), attending School events and fund raising activities. Members of the community also help in School with reading, writing, art work and cookery classes.

The school is an exciting, inclusive and joyful place for all. A love of learning, enquiry, independence, creativity, motivation and resilience are key factors in our learning culture.

Our school from above (c) Google Maps