Banstead Prep now an IAPS school
IAPS is a schools association with a membership comprising around 650 of the world’s leading prep schools. Schools must reach a very high standard to be eligible for membership, with strict criteria on teaching a broad curriculum, maintaining excellent standards of pastoral care and keeping staff members’ professional development training up to date. IAPS describes…
Key Stage 1 Multi Skills Event
It was great to host the North Downs primary schools KS1 multi skills event at BPS yesterday. It was great to host the North Downs primary schools KS1 multi skills event at BPS yesterday. Our Year 2’s had great fun all morning and were ably led by our Year 6 leaders. The year 2’s showed impressive…
Visit to Brooklands Museum
Year 1 and Year 2 visited Brooklands Museum Weybridge in order to support their History learning on transport. Year 1 and Year 2 visited Brooklands Museum Weybridge in order to support their History learning on transport. Both classes were led by knowledgeable volunteers on a guided tour of the museum. The pupils were able to…
A Banstead pupil has won gold in the 25m breast stroke at his swim club championships. He swims with the Sutton & Cheam Swim Club, a local competitive team.
This year at Banstead we held a Remembrance Day assembly. Poems were read and a two-minute silence was held. Before the two-minute silence, one of our talented Y6 trumpeters played The Last Post in preparation for our two minutes silence. As is tradition, our two minutes silence ended with The Rouse from The Last Post….
First violin lesson with Y3
Year 3 enjoyed their first violin lesson! The lesson started with holding your violin and the importance of good arm and shoulder strength to keep your posture.
Our First Harvest Festival
All Saints' Church welcomed Banstead Prep to host our first Harvest Festival with music and singing. Parents and members of the local community were invited to watch and take part. The service was vibrant and beautiful with performances from Years 1-6. Performances included ‘Look at the World’ by Y3-Y6 and the fantastic “Harvest Samba” performed by Y1.
NSPCC Staying safe
Our students were treated to a morning of thought-provoking talks and important lessons. We have been visited by a representative of the NSPCC to talk about what might make children feel sad, worried or unsafe. The NSPCC wanted to inform and educate our students about how to ‘Speak Out and Stay Safe.’ The students at Banstead…
Epsom College Music Festival
Banstead Prep pupils were delighted to take part in Epsom College's annual Music Festival. Epsom College hosted the festival for over 250 pupils from nearby prep and primary schools. Miss Ellis and our students would like to thank Epsom College for hosting this brilliant event.