We love feedback at Bevington and try hard to act on what you tell us. We would like to share some of the fantastic comments we have received from various people that have visited our school.
Thank you so much for your help yesterday. Words fail to express my depth of gratitude for your assistance
I’d like to extend my gratitude to some amazing members of staff who have supported me in their own unique and special way
Am in slight denial she has to leave such a wonderful school.
To all the staff at Bevington
We can’t thank you enough for the time you have invested in our son. He is leaving a different boy compared to the one that arrived with a remarkable set of SATs results!! We are so grateful to have found your gem of a school.
I’m writing this letter (with tears in my eyes) to confirm that my son needs to leave your lovely school because we’re going to live in Manchester.
There are not enough words to explain how happy we were during last year in Bevington, thanks to all of you for helping my son not only to achieve great results at the SATs but to feel great every single day there. Thank you for supporting me too, I would never change the school if we could stay in London but I’m afraid we’ll be not able to do that after my daughter comes to live with us next month and for their best we’re moving out of London.
Thank you for everything one more time, that’s the best school I’ve ever seen and I would recommend it to everyone! Best of luck from now on, we’ll miss you!
Your inherent enthusiasm & care are so evident. I feel like we were just so lucky to have Bevington & truth is that state schools are like the lottery and I hit the jackpot here!
… do not want to go to any other school. Please help us and tell me what to do to get them back to the best school in the world.
I have very fond memories of Bevington and enjoyed my time as a pupil in Bevington. I remember we use to have a tuck shop where we were able to buy snacks during break time. I remember Mr Haylock who was headteacher. He was a very jolly character. After he left we had Mrs Prince Jackson who was a committed headteacher. I also remember when the library was opened first, that was very exciting and I remember being in the local newspaper regarding the opening of the library. When I was in year 6, which was over 25 years ago, we had the competition for the school uniform logo. I always aspired to be like the teachers I had and that’s probably one of the reasons why I chose a career within education. It’s nice that my boys are going to the same primary school as their mother and they seem to enjoy it just as much as I did!
Thank you for all the staff have done for this school and in my heart I will miss you. You’ve helped to make the school a better place! Thank you
I love learning even more thanks to all of you but I have to go already. Don’t forget me!
All of the teachers are funny, kind and helpful. I like the way that they always make people happy. Thank you!
When I reminisce about my experiences as a child at Bevington I feel a great deal of delight. My time there was full of joy, fun and excitement. I made strong friendships at that time in school that I still have to this day. Bevington had a buzzing atmosphere that matched the vibe of the local community. I remember that most children didn’t want to go home at the end of the school day! It was a great feeling being a pupil of Bevington and is even better teaching there now, in the place where my journey started.
What a fun afternoon opening the school library. It was great to meet everyone and see how they joined in the spirit of the event.
Thank you for all your support this year! I wouldn’t have got this far without the opportunities that you gave me.
Thank you so much for your very kind welcome.. It was lovely to see all the very enthusiastic children. I am full of admiration.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to step on this amazing journey that I am on today. What a huge impact everything had. I am so grateful. Congratulations for all the positive changes there have been at Bevington surely there are more to come.
Thank you for all your help this week. It has been incredibly helpful!
Thank you so much for providing me with such an amazing opportunity to work in your school. Thank you for making such a brilliant school with amazing staff to help and teach these fantastic children. This school is one of the most hard working schools I have seen and I know it will get better and better.
I had a wonderful time at your wonderful school!
I’ve just been in the 452 bus with a group of children from your school, visiting the Albert hall (I think). I just wanted to drop you a line to say how well behaved they were, they are a credit to your school.
Thank you for granting the experience of work at Bevington. I really did enjoy it and found it fun and interesting. I now have a much clearer about working life and teaching in particular.
I looked on your website last night, what amazing things are happening at Bevington and I saw your KS2 results – they look fantastic.
So, a huge well done to you and all your staff and, of course, the pupils – I know how much hard work everyone has put in.
Can I take this opportunity to wish you all resounding success with the fantastic work you are all doing and as always you can rely on my support and help.
Thank you for supporting me all this time to become a better person. I really appreciate it.
Thanks so much for inviting us yesterday, the children from Barlby had such a great time.
I think the cluster event was a great success yesterday. From our arrival at the school to end of the event we felt extremely welcome. In terms of the event, it was well organised; the children knew what was expected of them and the girls Sion Manning did a great job too.
We would certainly attend a similar event in the future as the children were engaged throughout the event with all the very challenging tasks.
I strongly believe it contributed towards raising the profile of maths locally as it continues to promote a love of high level mathematical learning.
The children enjoyed the event as it was a chance for them to really test themselves with such tough questions. The questions were also pitched at the perfect level, really getting the children to draw on all their mathematical knowledge.
Overall I don’t think much more could be done to improve the event apart from possibly being joined by more local schools.
Many thanks to you and your TAs for the support and motivation you are giving to my son. He is doing brilliantly as the result of that. Education is SO IMPORTANT to me; it is all I can give him so thanks a lot for helping me achieve that.
Nice to see my old school still going strong. I lived in Acklam Road and went to school at Bevington from 1955 to 1960. Headmaster was the lovely Mr Gemmil. I have happy memories of that time. No uniforms then, however. While I moved away from the area in 1975, I still retain fond childhood memories of Notting Hill despite its hardships, which I hope are now consigned in the main, to that bygone era.
A quick message to thank you for taking the time to lead the informative tour of Bevington yesterday. I was unable to join my wife and daughter on their recent tour because I was away on business but the very positive views they had of Bevington resonated strongly with me.
Seasons greetings to you and the Bevington team.
I felt so proud to see pupils from Bevington in front of the line, immaculate and sharply dressed as they represented the school and community last week at St Paul’s cathedral.
Bevington has come a long way in such a short period of time. Well done and thank you for the work your are doing in our school.
The family uses this opportunity to wish you and the leadership team a Merry Christmas and Happy New year.
I have just made 2 successful appointments for both my children on the parents evening system. I would like to praise how wonderful, easy, organised and quick the process was. Many parents on the motherhood WhatsApp group have also said the same thing and I am so proud that Bevington has created this new system. Well done to the I.T. Team and the school for upgrading yourselves to best suit the needs of everyone. Really happy that my children attend Bevington a school that always tries its best to make improvements, well done again.
Very many thanks for this month’s Bulletin – it is very much appreciated and really keeps us in contact with what is going on. The photos and the text are excellent.
So: thank you once again,
This is incredible! Well done everyone.
I am so proud that my daughter schools here and feel like a lucky parent!
I wanted to express how I feel about John Paul’s work.
First I would like to say a big Thank you to our school for employing a mentor. I discussed JP’s role with other parents in different meetings and gathering and they all feel jealous that we have someone the children liked and respected highly. Parents liked him and they felt comfortable to talk to him openly without making pre arrangements. He’s is truly an asset and a credit to the school.
Secondly, from a personal point of view I felt and still do feel a tremendous amount of ease as JP is with us, supporting the parents. I do talk to my kids teachers and TA’s but I like to share my concerns also with JP for further advice and I’m never disappointed.
Thank you very much.
I am delighted to inform you that one of you pupils was awarded the following at the recent LVS Ascot Music Festival:
Gold Medal- Woodwind Higher Class
Cup and Trophy- LVS Ascot Music Festival Woodwind Award
He is a very talented musician and we hope that they will take part in the LVS Ascot Music Festival next year.
We would like to thank you again for your hospitality on our recent visit to your school. Our Italian teachers really enjoyed the visit, and learned a great deal from the visit. I’ve received great feedback from them, and they have returned to Italy inspired to apply all that they learned from their trip to London.
I am writing this letter to express my appreciation and deep respect for the work that Mr John Paul is doing with our children. His deep passion in supporting our children to develop a strong and confident character, is exhibited in every aspect of his work.
Mr John Paul is a great mentor for my children, he inspires them to be the best and to never give up. He has great skills and methods in which he use to bring out of his pupils.
I would like to thank Mr John Paul for helping us shape the future generation. He’s guidance and encouragement has installed the love of learning in my children, as well as it has increased their confidence and improved their behaviour. I’m truly thankful to have him as a role model for my children. His effort will never be forgotten.