Visitors comment that our school has a great feel and provides a lovely, supportive and positive environment within which children flourish. Our pupils are well behaved and on task in lessons.
Developments over recent years have ensured that pupil achievement is normally above local and national averages in every stage of the school. Our most recent outcomes data from July 2019 confirmed that this is still the case. Our popularity in the Bilton area is strong and we are lucky to have very supportive families who are willing to work with us for the benefit of their children.

Our most recent, and very successful, Ofsted Inspection recognised the high standards that exist: –
“The headteacher has high expectations of pupils and staff. As a result pupils’ outcomes, and the quality of teaching, are good. In both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils make good progress in reading, writing, mathematics and a wide range. Pupils enjoy their learning. Interesting tasks, both indoors and outdoors, enable pupils to be creative when solving problems. Pupils attitudes to learning are good and they are keen to learn. Pupils manage their conduct well both inside and outside the classroom. ” (OfSTED May 2016)

We place great emphasis on ensuring that pupils get the best possible start to their school life. Our Foundation Stage was graded as Outstanding by Ofsted. “Outstanding leadership has made sure that exceptional teaching and superb indoor and outdoor learning facilities help children to excel. The school is a training centre for early years provision and is used by other schools because of its outstanding work. (OFSTED May 2016)

Other sections of this website detail some of our children’s fantastic achievements. Bilton Primary School is lucky to have very talented and creative pupils. We make every effort to develop and nurture their talents. We have greatly extended the extra- curricular opportunities available. There is a wide range of clubs for all ages. We operate lots of successful sports teams.

Bilton Primary School makes every effort to link itself with its immediate community and has close contacts with local industry, the Parish Council, St. Peter’s Church, the Royal British Legion
and many other organisations in the Bilton area.

We are lucky to have parents who are keen to support us with issues such as school uniform policy, behaviour policy and educational visits. Their presence is always valued. Some parents volunteer in school whilst all support us by attending consultation evenings, productions, and sporting events.

The Friends of Bilton School is largely made up of parent members. This charitable
organisation raises thousands of pounds for the benefit of our pupils. Furthermore, each year they provide an exciting array of events for the children such as discos, parties, the school fair, secret santa shops, theatre visits and much more. (See their section on this site for further details.)

Bilton Primary School’s Governing Body is led by Mr Steven Stow who works in education and, therefore, has a good understanding of what is required for a school to be successful. Steve and the other governors are an active group who lead and support the staff team well.

As the Headteacher of Bilton Community Primary School I know that, thanks to the endeavours of the talented staff team and others listed above, we have a very good school that all of us are
proud of. The staff team and I are always accessible. Prospective parents
are very welcome to ring the school to arrange a viewing.

Keith Robinson (November 2019)