Parents/Carers: Progress Meetings – 14th and 16th March

Dear Parents and Carers! On Tuesday 14th March and Thursday 16th March, parents and carers are invited into school to have a progress meeting with their child’s class teacher. Tuesday evening will run from 3.40pm until 6.00pm and Thursday evening will run from 3.40pm – 7pm. Each child will be allocated an appointment that will last 10 minutes and class … Read More

Get ready for Book Week!

Dear Parents and Carers! Book Week is always a fun time in the Benedict Calendar, which gives the pupils a brilliant way to engage with their favourite books. Please check out this letter to learn more about what we have planned. Get all the details on the fun activities planned for Book Week by downloading the letter below.

Anti Bullying Week – 14th November 2016

Dear Parents and Carers Anti Bullying week begins this coming Monday. You can download our newsletter about this below. Get more information on Anti Bullying Week by downloading this newsletter

School Development Priorities, 2016-17

In a spirit of transparency and co-operation with our school community, we publish many of our school development planning documents on this website. You can view our most recent School Development Priorities plan here.

Vote to help the school win £12,000 from Tesco!

Benedict Primary School has been awarded a grant from the Tesco Bags of Help fund to install new equipment in our playground. We need as many people to vote for us when they shop in Mitcham Tesco, 286 London Road, Mitcham so that we get £12,000, as there are 2 other local projects competing with us for between £8,000 and … Read More

Parents feedback: Results from our annual questionnaire

Thank you for completing our questionnaire in the summer term. We have read and listened to your thoughts and opinions. Here is a summary of all the completed questionnaires. See the results from our annual parents questionnaire by clicking below.

Celebrating Roald Dahl day

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The children at Benedict Primary School had fun today celebrating the 100 year anniversary of Roald Dahl. In assembly there were readings from The Twits and Revolting Rhymes as people shared their favourite pieces from his stories.