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THE BEACON SCHOOL

The Beacon is a large independent day prep school for boys aged 4 -13. The School occupies a 20-acre site halfway between Amersham and Chesham in Buckinghamshire, easily accessible from London by Metropolitan Line/Chiltern Railways and the M25.

There are over 500 boys and more than 100 staff at the school. Teachers who work at The Beacon are passionate about excellence in teaching and learning and offering the highest levels of pastoral care to their pupils. The teachers have either an independent schools’ background or have moved across from the state sector. The boys are initially taught by Class Teachers, with an increased level of Specialist Subject Teaching as the boys progress throughout the school. Flexibility and variety are incredibly important at The Beacon, where teaching staff work collaboratively across sections of the School, enjoying a varied lesson and extra-curricular portfolio. Staff are regularly involved in life outside the classroom, taking part in sport and games afternoons, outdoor learning sessions and leading after-school clubs and activities.  

The Beacon enjoys superb facilities and resources that support a forward-looking educational environment, including a 220-seat theatre for performing arts, three high-spec science labs, art and design technology suites, an outdoor swimming pool and over 15 acres of sports fields. The School’s latest project is the creation of a bespoke technology hub - Centre of Digital Excellence (CODE) - due to complete in 2020.  

The School’s values include respect, achievement, integrity, wellbeing and courage and all five values are truly embedded into Beacon life.

A proportion of boys leave The Beacon at Year 6 to go on to local grammar schools, while many continue their educational journey at the Beacon until Year 8, as they are prepared for their next steps in education through the independent schools route. The Beacon frequently supports progression of its pupils to schools such as Eton, Harrow, Rugby, Bradfield College and Merchant Taylors’.

The School prides itself on preparing all boys for life beyond The Beacon and providing the key foundations of support and encouragement ‘to be the best they can be’.

Contact: Wendy Phillips (ITTCo)

Address: 15 Amersham Road, Chesham Bois, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP6 5PF

Tel: 01494 433654

Email: office@beaconschool.co.uk

Website: www.beaconschool.co.uk

BLEDLOW RIDGE SCHOOL

Contact: Mr Alastair Haywood (Headteacher)

Bledlow Ridge School

Church Lane,

Bledlow Ridge

HP14 4AZ

Email: office@bledlowridge.bucks.sch.uk

BRUSHWOOD JUNIOR SCHOOL

Contact: Ms Joanne Robertson, Headteacher

Brushwood Junior School

Brushwood Rd

Chesham HP5 3DW

Email: office@brushwood.education

Tel: 01494 786023

BUTLER'S COURT SCHOOL

Butlers Court is a two form entry Primary School for children aged 4 – 11 years.  Butlers Court is situated in the Old Town of Beaconsfield and provides a wonderful environment in which children can grow to be self-confident and independent individuals.

We have two overriding principles throughout the school: 

*Good manners showing a respectful, caring attitude for others

*Achievement of the highest possible standards of work and behaviour

We recognise that each child has unique talents and strengths and therefore provide extensive opportunities and experiences for every child to maximise success. Success, as they say, breeds success, and whether it is academic, or through sport, music, or the arts, each child is encouraged to develop self-belief and a “can-do” attitude to life We are proud of the children at Butlers Court who approach learning with enthusiasm and leave primary school well prepared, personally, socially and academically, for the future.

 

Contact: Mr S Butler  (Headteacher) 
Address: Wattleton Rd, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire HP9 1RW
Tel: 01494 673538
E-mail: headspa@butlerscourt.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.butlerscourt.bucks.sch.uk

CHALFONT ST GILES VILLAGE SCHOOL

Chalfont St Giles Village School located in Buckinghamshire, in the heart of the Chilterns, is a Hard Federation between Chalfont St Giles Infant School and Chalfont St Giles Junior School, which was formed in 2011. Chalfont St Giles Infant School is a two form entry Infant School (Reception - Year 2) and Chalfont St Giles Junior School is a two form entry Junior School (Years 3 -6).
At our school we want to create happy, resilient, well balanced life-long learners, who strive to achieve their potential. Our skills based curriculum to be an exciting, inclusive, inspiring, relevant adventure of learning. We aim to provide an open community where we nurture a love of learning for everyone in the school family. We believe that every child has skills and talents that will surface and blossom in a challenging, dynamic and supportive environment. We believe that we have a key role in society in combating discrimination and promoting fairness, justice and equality through our teaching and in the role models we offer.
Our desire is to see every child, regardless of gender, race or ability, achieve the very best that they can in all aspects of school life. We recognise that all children have, and develop, different talents and strengths and that by creating a wide range of opportunities to demonstrate them every child in the school can, and should, achieve things of which they can be very proud.
The school has a proud tradition of high academic standards and achievements in a wide range of extracurricular activities such as sports, the performing arts and music as well as focusing upon the development of the whole child through providing opportunities and success in many spheres of school life. The school benefits from a dedicated and hard working staff who work closely with the parents, pupils and other stakeholders to ensure the school is constantly looking to improve and create the very best learning environment for all those within our school community. The school is also active in the local community.
We provide a happy, caring environment where children feel valued and view themselves as part of the wider community, working together to continually build upon our existing strengths and create a school of which we can all be proud.

Contact: Mrs E Peal (Headteacher)
Address: Parsonage Rd, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire HP8 4JW
Tel:    01494 873090
E-mail: junioroffice@csgvillageschool.org
Website: www.csgvillageschool.org

CHALFONT ST PETER CHURCH OF ENGLAND ACADEMY

Contact: Mrs Hayley Broad (Headteacher)
Address: Penn Road, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire SL9 9SS
Tel: 01753 883982
E-mail: office@cspacademy.org.uk
Website: www.cspacademy.org.uk

CHALFONT ST PETER INFANT SCHOOL

Contact: Mrs Alison Whittall - Headteacher

Chalfont St Peter Infant School
Lovel End
Chalfont St Peter
Buckinghamshire
SL9 9PB


Telephone: 01753 884279

Email: office@chalfontstpeterinfantschool.co.uk 

CHESHAM BOIS CE SCHOOL

Contact: Ms Sara Tilbey (Headteacher)

Address: Chesham Bois CE School, 128 Bois Lane, Chesham Bois, Amersham HP6 6DE

Telephone: 01494 726901

Email: office@cbschool.co.uk

Website: www.cheshamboisschool.co.uk

CHESTNUT LANE

Contact: Mrs G Rehal (Headteacher)

105 Chestnut Lane

Amersham

Bucks HP6 6EF

Tel: 01494 727415

Email: office@chestnutlane.bucks.sch.uk

DANESFIELD SCHOOL

Contact - Mrs S Morgan (Headteacher)

Danesfield School Henley Road, Medmenham, Marlow, SL7 2EW

Tel: 01628 483031
E-mail: office@danesfieldschool.co.uk

ELMTREE SCHOOL & NURSERY

Elmtree Infant & Nursery School
Elm Tree Hill
Chesham
Buckinghamshire
HP5 2PA

https://www.elmtreeschoolandnursery.co.uk/

Telephone: 01494 771474

Email: office@elmtree.bucks.sch.uk

Head teacher:  Mrs T Whitehill

THE GERRARDS CROSS CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL

Pupils at Gerrards Cross CE Primary School enjoy a stimulating and varied curriculum, supported by a wide range of enrichment activities and extra-curricular opportunities. The uniqueness of each child is celebrated, and each individual is nurtured through the partnership of children, parents, staff and governors. The school enjoys exceptionally close links with St James Church.
Our school is dedicated to providing a place of effective learning and teaching in order that each child may pursue success in the classroom, on the sports field and in every other area of school life. Above all, we aim to provide a secure, caring and well-ordered community where there is an excitement and pleasure in learning, and each child is able to grow and flourish. Our school also seeks to provide an engaging, challenging and inspiring education in an environment where every individual is valued, nurtured and celebrated.
With a firm foundation of Christian values, we share a vision of excellence which enriches today and equips for tomorrow. Our core Christian values of love, thankfulness, forgiveness, grace, compassion and community were agreed after discussions with the School Council in 2013. They are the principles which guide the thinking and behaviour of all involved in the school. Whatever daily decisions or actions that staff, pupils or governors take, our aim is that these are determined by our Christian values. The explicit ways in which staff, children and governors articulate and demonstrate these are part of our distinctiveness as a church school.
Ofsted rated our school as ‘outstanding’ in 2014.

Contact: Mrs N Flower (Headteacher)
Address: Moreland Drive, Gerrards Cross, Bucks, SL9 8BD
Tel: 01753 882731
Email: office@gerrardscross.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.gerrardscross.bucks.sch.uk/

GREAT KINGSHILL C OF E COMBINED SCHOOL

Contact: Ms S Best (Headteacher)
Address: Cryers Hill Rd, Cryers Hill, Great Kingshill, Buckinghamshire HP15 6JP
Tel: 01494 713159
Email: office@greatkingshill.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.greatkingshill.bucks.sch.uk

IVER HEATH INFANT SCHOOL

At Iver Heath Infant school, we aim to nurture happy, healthy, confident learners in a rich learning environment. We believe that the best learning happens in an environment which is full of friendship, fun, and laughter and promotes mutual respect, tolerance and understanding. Everyone, children and adults, in our caring and supportive school community achieves to their full potential and becomes ‘the best they can be’ because they feel valued, listened to and cared for in our safe, secure and inclusive environment.
We believe that all children are individuals and that their true potential and love of learning can be inspired and developed best through high quality teaching taking into account the varied and evolving the needs of the whole child. We believe that by building self-esteem, independence, resilience and adaptability in the individual we can aim high in all areas of their unique learning journey without restriction so allowing each child to ‘blossom’.
We believe that is our privilege to work together to achieve the highest possible expectations for all our children and aim to provide a creative holistic approach to learning which excites and enthuses children through first hand ‘real-life’ experiences promoting curiosity self-evaluation, questioning, imagination, risk taking and teamwork. We also aim to build our children’s understanding of themselves as an important part of the wider world by developing responsibility, respect and a love for life through an enriching learning environment both indoors and out.
We believe we should work together with parents, carers, families and the wider community to provide the best level of social, emotional and academic support for all our children. We value and celebrate diversity and individuality whilst building trust and understanding within a supportive network.

Contact: Mrs J Baker (Headteacher)
Address: Slough Rd, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire SL0 0DT
Tel: 01753 652262
E-mail: office@iverheath-inf.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.iverheath-inf.bucks.sch.uk

JORDANS SCHOOL

Jordans is an Ofsted ‘outstanding’ one form infant school catering for 4 – 7 year olds.
We provide a broad and balanced education for all of the children in our care. Our school is a very happy and caring place, which has high expectations of the children in work and behaviour. We care very much about the children we teach and recognise that all children are special. Our central values and vision is ‘be the best you can be’. We are all part of a nurturing learning community. At our school we aim to develop the children’s skills in resilience, reciprocity, respect and resourcefulness. Within our learning journey we aim to embed the life-long character traits of tolerance and respect; empathy and kindness; confidence and optimism; perseverance and determination; honesty and integrity and conscientiousness and curiosity.
We consider these to be essential attributes and behaviours which underpin success in day to day life and in education. We also have high expectations of our whole community and encourage a ‘have a go’ attitude in all areas of the curriculum. We challenge children and the adults within our school to strive to reach their potential in a supportive environment so our school is a safe, happy, fun place to be.

Contact: Mrs Swain (Headteacher)
Address: Puers Lane, Jordans, Buckinghamshire HP9 2TE

Tel: 01494 874217
E-mail: office@jordans.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.jordans.bucks.sch.uk

LITTLE CHALFONT PRIMARY SCHOOL

At Little Chalfont Primary School we are: Ready. Respectful. Resilient.

Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.

As a school community we agreed on our key values: excellence, inclusion, honesty, creativity & innovation, curiosity, collaboration & co-operation, resilience & well-being, respect, tolerance and kindness.

We are trying very hard to reflect and adhere to these values in everything we do both at school and in our time away from school. We have combined these values into our statement: Ready. Respectful. Resilient. This helps us to remember and work by our values everyday across the school.

We ensure, to the best of our ability, to make the opportunities for learning, play, sports and social development available to each and every one of our pupils. We encourage and support all pupils to take part in all learning and activities on offer, in a safe, happy and caring environment.  We have a significant emphasis on learning outside the classroom and aim to enrich our pupils learning in every subject.

We achieve exceptional end of key stage exam results and have an above average pass rate for our children that take 11+ tests. Please have a look at our website to see for yourself what is on offer at our fantastic school.

https://littlechalfontprimaryschoolamersham.secure-primarysite.net/

Contact: Mr Rob Hacking (Headteacher)/Mr Jonny Patten (Assistant Head Teacher)

Address: Little Chalfont Primary School, Oakington Avenue, Little Chalfont, Bucks, HP6 6SX

Email: office@littlechalfont.bucks.sch.uk

MANOR FARM COMMUNITY JUNIOR SCHOOL

Contact:  Mr Andrew Sierant (Headteacher)

Address: Rose Avenue, Hazlemere, High Wycombe HP15 7PH

Tel: 01494 814622

E-mail: admin@manorfarm.bucks.sch.uk

Website: www.manorfarmschool.org

MARY TOWERTON SCHOOL

Contact: Mrs K Mann (Headteacher)

The Mary Towerton School

Water End Rd

Bucks HP14 3XN

Tel: 01494 484384

Email: office@marytowerton.bucks.sch.uk

OUR LADY'S CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL

Telephone: 01494 726390

Email: office@olschesham.co.uk

Address:

Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School, 
Amersham Road, Chesham Bois, 
Amersham, Buckinghamshire, 
HP6 5PL

RADNAGE CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Radnage Church of England (VA) Primary School

City Road

Radnage

High Wycombe

Buckinghamshire

HP14 4DW

 

01494 482 167

office@radnage.bucks.sch.uk

http://www.radnage.bucks.sch.uk/

ROBERTSWOOD SCHOOL

Address

Robertswood School, Denham Lane, Gerrards Cross, England SL9 0EW

01753 888327 office@robertswoodschool.co.uk

https://robertswoodschool.co.uk/

SEER GREEN CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL

Seer Green is a Church of England School in Beaconsfield. It was founded in 1859 on the present site and additional land and buildings have been added over the years. In recent years extensive building programmes have given our children the benefit of bright and spacious teaching environments, including a superbly stocked library, specialist areas for Special Educational Needs and Music, and a fully networked ICT suite.
The school is set in four and half acres of land, providing a pond and gardens and a generous area for playing fields, yet leaving ample space for hard surface and grass play areas. There is also an extensive area of woodland, which is used for environmental studies. The School serves the children of the Parish of Seer Green and Jordans, from the age of four to transfer to secondary school at eleven.
At Seer Green Church of England School we value each person as an individual and celebrate each person’s success. Certificates achieved, both in school and out of school, are presented each week in assembly. Children share musical experiences and expertise with the school in assembly.
The school follows a clearly defined Assertive Discipline Policy which encourages each child to take responsibility for his or her own learning and behaviour. Children work in spacious classrooms, developing at their own pace and to their own ability, and are encouraged to have high expectations.
Excellent provision is made for children with special educational needs. They enjoy good support from our specialist SEN teacher with particular responsibility for these children, from additional classroom support and from County and other agencies where appropriate.
Seer Green Church of England School recognises the needs of more able children and work is planned to encourage personal development and high expectation. Gifted and talented children regularly have the opportunity to participate in specialist lessons.

Contact: Mrs S Park (Headteacher)
Address: School Lane, Seer Green, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire HP9 2QJ
Tel: 01494 676344
E-mail: office@sgceschool.co.uk
Website: www.seergreenceschool.co.uk

SPINFIELD SCHOOL

Contact: Miss J Spreadbury (Headteacher)
Address: Terrington Hill, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 2RE

Tel: 01628 473551
E-mail: office@spinfieldschool.co.uk
Website: www.spinfieldschool.co.uk

ST GEORGE'S C OF E INFANT SCHOOL

St George's Church of England Infant School

White Lion Road

Amersham

Buckinghamshire

HP7 9HX


Telephone: 01494 762 552

Email: office@st-georges.bucks.sch.uk

Head Teacher: Mrs Beverley Accastello (Headteacher)

ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL

At St Joseph’s, we are proud to provide a well-rounded, high-quality education for all children; underpinned and guided by our faith in Christ and Catholic values of loving neighbour and self, community and truth.
Our aim is to provide all children with a rich, varied curriculum designed to meet their individual needs, enabling all to reach their full potential spiritually,morally, socially as well as academically, in a safe and secure environment. We are committed to working closely with our families and parishes not only to provide the very best for our children's learning, but to also help our young people make sense of their faith and their relationships with God and each other.
Our Catholic faith is not only taught but a lived experience and this is reflected in the way in which all members of the community treat each other. We place great importance on relationships and positive behaviour, encouraging respect, co-operation and consideration. Central to success is partnership with parents and we welcome and encourage parental and family involvement in the life of the school.
We are committed to the development of the whole child and therefore have high expectations of all. Everything we do, even the smallest action, takes place in a culture of mutual support and encouragement, which enables all to meet their full potential academically, spiritually, emotionally, culturally and socially.

Contact: Caroline Lovegrove (Headteacher)
Address: Priory Rd, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire SL9 8SB
Tel: 01753 887743
E-mail: office@st-josephsprimary.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.stjosephs.eschools.co.uk

ST MARY AND ALL SAINTS CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

St Mary & All Saints was founded in 1872 as a Voluntary Aided Church of England Combined School within the Diocese of Oxford. St Mary & All Saints creates and promotes a challenging learning environment that inspires children to achieve high standards and become life-long learners. The school has high expectations, builds children’s confidence and ensures success for all within a caring Christian environment.  We seek to foster creative thinkers, inquisitive questioners, avid problem solvers who are successful communicators. We offer innovative use of IT and digital media to enable 21st century learning.  Children have access to computers and a range of technologies, including a TV studio.  Our comprehensive curriculum is broad and balanced and includes quality provision in music, dance, drama, PE and cookery for all our children.  Our extensive grounds provide excellent outdoor activities including a large Sports field, an Environmental Area with a pond and well-equipped playgrounds. The school was rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted (2008) and serves the children of the local community.  St Mary’s is actively involved with the whole community and gives special attention to its status as a Church of England School by promoting a loving and caring Christian environment.

Contact: Annmarie Philpott (Deputy Headteacher)
Address: Maxwell Rd, Beaconsfield HP9 1RG
Tel: 01494 673762
E-mail: office@stmaryallsaints.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.stmaryallsaints.co.uk

ST MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC SCHOOL

Contact: Noura Mehmet-Khan
Address: St Michael's Catholic School, Daws Hill Lane, High Wycombe, Bucks HP11 1PW
Tel: 01494 535196
E-mail: office@stmichaels.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.stmichaels.bucks.sch.uk

ST PETER'S VA CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Contact: Mr Michael Conley (Headteacher)

Address: Church Lane, Mill End, Rickmansworth WD3 8HD

Email: admin@spmillend.herts.sch.uk

Tel: 01923 773240

THE STOKE POGES SCHOOL

Contact: Miss L Astley (Headteacher)
Address: Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire SL2 4LN
Tel: 01753 643319
E-mail: office@stokepoges.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.stokepoges.bucks.sch.uk

THOMAS HARDING JUNIOR SCHOOL

At Thomas Harding Junior School we are proud of the strong relationships we have with children and their families as well as our wider community which all contributes to that special something, a warm and welcoming atmosphere that encourages everyone to feel that they belong.
Children at Thomas Harding Junior School are taught by experienced members of staff who are dedicated to outstanding learning. Teachers have high aspirations for children, encouraging them to live their dreams and giving them every opportunity to realise their full potential. Learning is inspiring and children are motivated to question and explore. We ensure that our learning is fresh and relevant to all of our learners.
Children at this school do very well. We are proud of our end of key stage attainment data as well as the outstanding progress that children make whilst they are in our school. We work hard to make sure that our new children settle quickly and seamlessly from their previous settings and that they transfer on from us fully prepared for those next steps of learning at secondary school.

Contact: Ms Mel Nugent (Headteacher)
Address: Fullers Hill, Chesham, Buckinghamshire HP5 1LR

Tel: 01494 782211
E-mail: office@thomasharding.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.thomasharding.org.uk

TYLERS GREEN MIDDLE SCHOOL

Contact: Vanessa Pinkney (Headteacher)

Cock Lane

Tylers Green

Loudwater

High Wycombe HP10 8DS 

Tel: 01494 812465

Email: office@tylersgreenmiddle.co.uk 

WOODSIDE JUNIOR SCHOOL

Woodside Junior School is a happy, caring and positive learning environment, within which all children feel safe, confident and able to achieve their full social and academic potential. Woodside School has an enthusiastic and dedicated team of people, striving to provide the very best education through a rich and relevant curriculum, underpinned by the National Curriculum. At Woodside we make all learning experiences enjoyable, meaningful and challenging, providing an excellent foundation for life in today’s fast changing world. Our most important task is to ensure that the children in our care develop into responsible, tolerant and confident individuals. We have embraced the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, by modelling rights and respect in our policies and practice.
We seek to provide a positive and healthy environment where children feel happy, safe and secure, able to enjoy and appreciate the rewards of learning. We recognise that every child has their own unique blend of abilities and aptitudes; we will offer pupils the opportunity to develop their skills here in our school. Children receive an education of outstanding quality which caters for the wide range of learning styles, where all areas of their development are individually met and celebrated. This includes being taught the importance of a healthy lifestyle.
The school will provide a stimulating learning environment, which allows children to fully develop their academic, physical and creative skills to nurture well-rounded learners for life. We have very high expectations of behaviour, so that a culture of trust, honesty, politeness and consideration is demonstrated by all. Our aim is for children to grow into confident, independent and motivated individuals in preparation to take their place in society in an informed, positive and active way. We also aim for our children to be encouraged to develop lively, creative and enquiring minds to nurture a life-long love of learning, and understand that working hard reaps success and that achievement is celebrated and rewarded.

Contact: Mrs D Milner (Headteacher)
Address: Mitchell Walk, Amersham, Buckinghamshire HP6 6NW

Tel: 01494 725897
E-mail: office@woodside.bucks.sch.uk
Website: www.woodsidejunior.co.uk