Welcome to Burham Church of England Primary School
School partically open – Please note that the school will be open for Key Workers children and vulnerable children only from Wednesday 13th May from 9am – 3pm.
There has been a school in Burham since 1858 when the then Curate of Burham, the Rev. W. Keith started a church school with funds raised locally. It was originally sited on Rochester Road and at one time held as many as 400 boys and girls. When a new Board school was built on the corner of Bell Lane in 1890, the boys moved there leaving the girls and infants in the original building. Both schools were re-organised in 1958 and became separate Infant and Junior Schools. This new building was erected in 1985 and the juniors moved in.
Now the history of the schools in Burham has come full circle and the two schools became one when they merged in 1991 and became Burham Church of England Primary School. In June 1993 we moved out of the old Infant building into our new infant wing.
For further information or to arrange a visit to the school please either email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01634 861691.
Our Headteacher, Miss Grima, is more than happy to give prospective parents a personal tour of our lovely school.
Our office staff:
Mrs. Wood (Finance Assistant), Mrs. Gardner (Office Assistant) and Mrs. Wheeler (Office Assistant) are happy to deal with queries from parents and other members of the public.