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Bishopsteignton Primary School

Cockhaven Close, Bishopsteignton, Devon TQ14 9RJ

01626 775 873

admin@bishopschool.co.uk

  1. School Information
  2. Admissions

Admissions

Following recent funding from Devon County Council we have two new classrooms and now have seven classes with spaces available in some year groups.

As a successful and popular village school our pupil numbers increase and we continue to receive enquiries from parents interested in their child/children joining us throughout the year. If you are considering a place for your child at Bishopsteignton Primary School, either in Reception or at another point in your child's school journey, we would strongly advise that you visit our friendly and welcoming team. To arrange a visit, please call the office on 01626 775873 or email admin@bishopschool.co.uk.

If you would like information on how to apply for a place at Bishopsteignton Primary School for your child/children please see Devon County Council's school admissions information.

Contact for admissions:

Website: www.devon.gov.uk/admissions

Email: admissions@devon.gov.uk

Telephone number for MyDevon: 0845 155 1019

View our admissions policy

Bishopsteignton Primary School News

  • Wednesday saw the first Great Bishop Bounce-Off raising money for FOBS. Each class had 30 minutes to bounce as many times as possible in the glorious sunshine. Please remember to bring in all sponsor money! Thank you to FOBS for organising it!
  • This term's What's Happening sheets are being sent out today and are also available on the class webpages.
  • School will be open as usual on Tuesday 20th March. Hope you had a fun snow day!
  • Due to the adverse weather conditions and forecasts for the rest of today and tomorrow morning the school will be closed on Monday 19th March.
  • Due to the amber / red weather warning and the continued forecast of severe weather conditions, the school will be closed on Friday 2nd March to ensure the safety of children and adults.
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