Useful Links

School Dinners

School meals are administered and provided by Chartwells. Information regarding how to register for and book your child's school meal can be found by clicking here.

Please note the cut-off time for ordering or amending meals is midnight on the Tuesday for the following week. Also, please note that we do not have access to the school meal system within the school. Any queries regarding school meals need to be directed to Chartwells either by calling them on 01908 615705 or by email:-

National Curriculum

To view the new national curriculum that came into effect on 1st September 2014 please click here.

Ofsted Report

The latest School Ofsted report (October 2018) can be viewed by clicking here.

The Department for Education School Comparison Tool

The Department for Education Data School Comparison Tool for Bow Brickhill CofE Primary can be viewed by clicking here.

What is the School Comparison Tool?

The School Comparison Tool provides a high level summary of each school's performance data. The data are presented in a simple, accessible way to ensure that users do not require an in-depth knowledge of school statistics to use it.

What type of information is covered in the School Comparison Tool?

Data are provided for Key Stages 1, 2. Measures include:

    • percentage of pupils reaching the expected level in key subjects (English, reading, writing, mathematics)

    • percentage of pupils making expected progress in English and mathematics

    • overall attendance at the school (percentage)

    • narrowing the gap measures (these measures look at the attainment and expected progress of disadvantaged pupils compared with other pupils).

The Department for Education School Financial Benchmarking

The Department for Education School Financial Benchmarking for Bow Brickhill CofE Primary can be viewed by clicking here.


Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school.

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

Milton Keynes Safeguarding Children Board

The MKSCB agrees how local services and professionals should work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.

To find out more about the MKSCB, its membership, and the various sub-groups, click here.