A very warm welcome to Boughton Primary School's website.
The purpose of our website is to provide you, our stakeholders, with a wealth of information about our school and the way that our school community cares for, nurtures and supports every one of our children to reach their full potential.
We have high expectations of our pupils’ behaviour, and value working closely with parents to ensure that every child becomes the best version of themselves. Our values underpin our work and we have 3 simple rules: Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Responsible.
On our home page you'll find the tabs, search button and quick links, all designed to help you navigate to the information you need. Our blog pages celebrate the fantastic educational opportunities for our brilliant pupils, and you can see photos of many more activities by following the link to our galleries.
Welcome to our Reception Page.
To find out more information about our curriculum and what exciting topics we will be focusing on this year, please visit the curriculum tab and look for the EYFS curriculum mapping document.
We will be uploading pictures to Tapestry and any informati...
Year 5 really enjoyed their visit to Moulton Secondary School this afternoon,
The children loved watching the performance, no doubt some of the songs will now be stuck in our heads!
It was also lovely to see some very familiar faces!
This week the children completed their stuffed toys
Every one showed so many of our character strengths, patience, resilience, creativity, and so many more!
I was blown away by their sewing skills and they should all be super proud of what they produced.
Our new topic this term is Amazing Animals. We have started off by looking at Nocturnal animals and each week in Reception, we will be looking at different types of animals. For more photos, please see Tapestry.
This week, Year 6 have started our new Science unit on Animals Including Humans. We learnt all about the circulatory system.
To help us to understand how the system worked, we went out to playground and took on the part of the blood being pumped around the heart, lungs and body.
In History we have been learning about who the Romans were and how their empire became so successful, eventually reaching Britain. The children learned five different reasons why the Roman Army were so successful, with one of those reasons being their battle formations. Watch below to se...