As you explore the site you will see that at Bythams Primary School the children are always immersed in exciting, challenging and creative learning opportunities.
I feel that I am extremely lucky to work with such a dedicated, hard working and caring team of staff and governors who are totally committed to ensuring that each child reaches their full potential in a happy and safe environment.
We are working hard to provide an environment where the children are immersed in lots of practical activities in order to give their learning real meaning. We hope that this will enrich children’s learning and they will have fun achieving their potential.
As part of our creative curriculum we have the exciting opportunities for children to explore learning through the forest school. We are able to access the Spinney at Little Bytham for longer forest school sessions, particularly with older children.
Our school has a warm, positive ethos which is constantly commented on by visitors and we would be delighted to welcome you should you wish to visit the school. Please contact us using the details below.
I hope you enjoy our website which is regularly updated, so please keep returning to our site to view all of the exciting work that will be displayed in our class pages!
Congratulations to this week's Award Winners
Our Writers of the Term and those children with 100% attendance. Well done!
Fantastic performances- even with half of Key Stage 2 off sick!
For Children in Need, pupils at The Bythams came into school wearing cheerful colours to brighten up a grey and wet November day. Each class also held a cake sale, run by members of Year 6. We all enjoyed our tasty treats and raised over £200 at the same time! Well done everyone!
Thomas in Badgers Class raised a fantastic £39 for Children in Need by organising his own sponsored silence. He did not speak for four hours and only communicated by writing on a white board. Well done Thomas- a fantastic achievement!
The whole school rose to the challenge of creating an enormous copper snake. Bringing in small change (from behind the sofa, the bottom of mum’s handbag, dad’s pockets or coins dropped in the car) the super serpent stretched over 5 metres and raised £200.
Creating the copper snake also provided an excellent opportunity to formally open the School’s new ‘Burrow’ and ‘Den’ Classrooms.