We believe everyone has the right to learn, to respect and to be safe.

Everyone is entitled to be regarded with dignity, fairness and respect.  
We strive to ensure that our school enshrines the values which Jesus taught us.

We are situated in the London borough of Southwark.  

We are a small, one form entry primary school supported by the Southwark Diocesan Board of Education.  

Our motto is Faith, Family and Fascination.

We hope you manage to find what you are looking for and enjoy learning a little about some of the things that happen in our school.


WEBSITE: The Boutcher C of E Primary School official website is:


TWITTER: check out the Boutcher C of E Primary School Twitter feed for up-to-the-minute news about what we are up to!:


...you can also follow our parents and carers association, Friends of Boutcher:

UPDATE!: Friday 21st September, SCHOOL IS OPEN. The water is back on and we look forward to seeing you back for registration at 9am. .

Have you checked out our FAITH MATTERS broadsheet? Click on the link to the latest issue here or via the navigation pane above.

For our new Maths Methods Handbooks, please click on the following links: Reception / Year 1 / Year 2 / Year 3 / Year 4 / Year 5 / Year 6

Don't be late!
The school gates open at 8.50am and children should come straight into class. Be in by 9am and be in good time!

Safer Internet:
Each year, we mark Safer Internet Week with a range of activities to raise awareness and provide information about how to stay safe online. We would ask that parents take this opportunity to talk to their children about how to stay safe online. Please see our website here for links to useful parental resources.
Parents and Carers, please ensure that all your children's school uniform is clearly labelled.  
Our lost property box is filling up with brand new, un-named clothing!

We would like to remind you that we don't allow any children to scoot or ride their bicycles in the playground.
We have a small space with lots of children in it and it is dangerous. Thank you.


(School closed for staff training)

31 August 2017
1 September 2017
30 October 2017 (Open Day)
16 April 2018
17 April 2018
25 May 2018

Autumn Term 2017

4 September - 20 October 

Half term 
23 October - 27 October 

31 October - 15 December 

Christmas Holidays
17 December - 2 January  

Spring Term 2018 

4 January - 9 February 

Half term 
12 February - 16 February 

19 February - 29 March 

Easter Holidays 
30 March - 17 April 

Summer Term 2018 

18 April - 24 May 

May Day Holiday
7 May 

Half term 
25 May - 1 June 

4 June - 20 July 


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21 September 2018 Harvest Festival led by Year 2 at St Mary's Bermondsey Street. Please join us to celebrate! Multiple 
25 September 2018 KS1 Service led by Year 1 Multiple 
27 September 2018 Class Assembly led by Year 4 Y4 
28 September 2018 Macmillan Coffee Morning at school drop off and after KS2 Service in the Library. Please do join us to raise money for this great cause. Multiple 
28 September 2018 KS2 Service led by Year 6. All welcome to come and join us - and to stay for tea and biscuits afterwards. Multiple 
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Boutcher strongly encourage families to take holiday during school holidays. Holiday absence requests will only be granted in exceptional circumstances. Our school policy is that parents may request a holiday if there is an exceptional circumstance. This request must be put in writing as a letter to the Head Teacher, at least 2 weeks before, fully explaining the reason for the request. 

The Head Teacher will consider each request carefully and will look at the child's attendance over the last 12 months. Permission for absence will only be granted in exceptional circumstances, when the reason for request is very clear. 

ILLNESS - Call Boutcher C of E Primary School on 020 7237 2147 (absence line), press option 1 and leave a message stating the name, class and reason. 
Please remember: if your child has been sick or suffered from diahhroea, they should not return to school for 48 hours.