Keevil Church of England Primary School,
Main Street, Keevil, BA14 6LU
Phone: 01380 870376
- Scarecrow Trail Winners
The Scarecrow Trail was an amazing success again this year thanks to all the brilliant, untiring work done by FoKs. Prizes were awarded in 5 categories. To find out more go to FoKs page on this website.
- First Prize in the Sainsbury's Story Writing Competition
All primary schools in the Trowbridge area were invited to take part in this writing competition. The children of Keevil School used all of their creative talent to WOW the judges of the Sainsbury's Story Writing Competition.
- Governors Annual Report to Parents
Governors Annual Report March 2015
- Adverse Weather Closures
Actions taken in case of adverse weather affecting school opening.
- Children in Need at Keevil School
Report on the events that took place on Friday 14th November
Latest School Events
- Transition Morning including new Reception Children08Jul2015
- Open Classroom08Jul2015
15:15 pm - 17:30 pm
- Parents evening for Sept 2015 intake08Jul2015
18:00 pm - 19:00 pm
- Autumn Class performance09Jul2015
13:30 pm - 15:00 pm @ Village Hall
- Autumn Class performance10Jul2015
18:00 pm - 19:30 pm @ Village Hall
Welcome to Keevil Church of England Aided Primary School
Keevil Primary School has been around in one form or another for well over 100 years. It started off as the Sunday school of St. Leonard’s Church and has grown in to the four class Church Aided Primary School it is today.
The school now serves the communities of Keevil, Steeple Ashton, Great Hinton and Bulkington as well as taking children from other villages and the East of Trowbridge.
This is a Family school in every sense and that defines who we are and how we approach things. Parenting is more challenging than ever. How a parent feels and thinks is critical to me and to us.
We believe passionately that we all have something that we can excel at, whether that is riding a bike, reading or football. Our task is to ensure that passion, and the skills needed to be good at those things, are transferred across to all learning in the classroom and in the outdoors.
All of the above is done in the spirit of reaching out to each other and ensuring that we are defined by how we look out for those around us.
We are going places - come and join us on our journey