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​​​​​​Welcome to Bomere Heath C.E. Primary School!

We are a small, voluntary controlled primary school serving the village of Bomere Heath, 

on the outskirts of Shrewsbury in rural Shropshire.

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 ​We welcome all children.

Our pupils are the heart of everything we do.

We strive for outstanding teaching and learning with a 

Christian ethos for every individual in a safe and stimulating environment.

We demonstrate by example the power of creativity, 

respect for others and teamwork.

We play our part in the wider community.

The children of Bomere Heath CE Primary School are at the centre of everything we do:​​

“Children want to be respected, their views to be heard, to have stable relationships with professionals built on trust and for consistent support provided for their individual needs. This should guide the behaviour of professionals. Anyone working with children should see and speak to the child; listen to what they say; take their views seriously; and work with them collaboratively when deciding how to support their needs”. Working Together 2015

​​​Please find below documents about the collaboration between Bomere Heath CE Primary School and St John the Baptist Primary School, Ruyton XI Towns.

Consultation Document.pdf

Collaboration FAQ BH.pdf
The two schools are now collaborated. The two schools will be called Bomere and the XI Towns Federation as the overall federation name, with each school continuing to use its own individual name.



  • ​The Summer Fair on 8/7/2016 raised nearly £1000 - thank you!

  • We are happy to welcome Mrs Lisa Pigg into the teaching team for September 2016 - the new Class 2 Teacher

  • ​Clubs this half term: Johnny Hughes Coaching Sports for KS1, Johnny Hughes Coaching Sports for KS2, MD Warriors (Martial Arts), Recorder Club, Gardening Club and Make and Do Club

  • School breaks up for the Summer Holiday on Friday 22nd July 2016

  • School re-opens for Autumn Term on Tuesday 6th September 2016