About Us

We are a co-educational day school for children aged 4 - 11 in the village of Bream in the Forest of Dean. The school's foundation dates back to 1907 and the current school building was once the infant and secondary school with a junior school in the present Community Centre building.

Facilities have been extensively modernised with the provision of two new infant classrooms, a multi-purpose hall and the refurbishment of a substantial portion of the main building. Recently we have completed work in our reception area and have a new school library. Outdoor facilities include playgrounds and a nearby school field.

Currently 158 on roll and organised in seven single age-group classes, we serve the Forest of Dean community of Bream in providing a good quality primary education for children of a wide range of abilities and different backgrounds. We receive children from several local pre school centres but enjoy a particularly close working relationship with Bream Early Learners group. As we are centrally placed, children leave our school to attend various local secondary schools. We foster close links with Dean Academy (Lydney), Lakers School (Coleford) and Wyedean School (Nr Chepstow). Some pupils also take selective entrance tests for schools in Monmouth and Gloucester.

As a Church school we centre everything around our Core Values which are:


We have strong links with our local Church St James' as well as with the local Methodist Chapel.