If you are new to our school we hope you enjoy visiting the website and find the information you are looking for and, in future, that we have the pleasure of welcoming you in person. We organise school tours for prospective parents throughout the year - please contact us if you would like to know more about life at Chase Bridge. Click here for an introductory message from our Headteacher, Andrew King.

Chase Bridge first opened as a Primary School in 1953. Today we are a three form entry Community Primary School with about 570 pupils and an attached nursery. Once we are fully three form throughout the school we will have around 680 pupils.  In recent years the school has undergone a programme of expansion and refurbishment to allow us to accommodate the additional classes- children, staff and parents are all very proud of our 'new' school!

At Chase Bridge we set high standards of work and behaviour. We expect all members of the school community – children, staff, parents and governors – to work together to maintain these standards and for children to work purposefully towards achieving their best at all times.


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The centenary of the outbreak of 'The Great War' has been well covered across the country and here at Chase Bridge year 6 marked the occasion by attending the formal parade at the Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall.  Jack read a poem by Wilfred Owen to the children, officers and other staff at Kneller Hall and Albie, Izzy, Phoebe and Lucy presented their poppy wreaths to the central drum stack to commemorate the moment.

My thanks to the Friends of Chase Bridge who held a very informative meeting for parents about the on-line world and helping children to use it appropriately.  This was all part of our Computing Week where children learnt about the 'wonderful world of computers'.  It was also great to meet with all the class reps this week where we covered a wide range of issues and questions from the use of funds from the rugby corporate hospitality to arrangements for club, Christmas activities and the hazards of children coming to school on bicycles and scooters.  Notes from the meeting will be circulated to the reps and a summary of some aspects discussed is in the newsletter.