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Newbold School

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Newbold School
Popeswood Road

, ,
RG42 4AH

Coordinates51°25′19″N 0°47′02″W / 51.422°N 0.784°W / 51.422; -0.784
MottoVirtute et Labore
Religious affiliation(s)Christian, Seventh-day Adventist
Department for Education URN110141 Tables
Chairman of GovernorsMarcel Ghioalda MA, BA
HeadteacherJacqueline Crissey MA, BA Hons (University College)
GenderBoys and Girls
Age3 to 11
Colour(s)Maroon & Gold    

Newbold School is an independent fee-paying primary school in Binfield, near Bracknell, Berkshire. The School is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, making it part of one of the largest Christian education networks in the world and is located next to Newbold Seventh-day Adventist Church and Newbold College of Higher Education.[1]

The School educates students from ages 3–11: Early Years, or Reception/Nursery: ages 3–4; Key Stage 1: Years 1–2, ages 5–7; and Key Stage 2: Years 3–6, ages 8–11.

Education and Faith

Academically, the school is known particularly for music and drama, and the curriculum also includes humanities, science, physical education, religious education, art, maths, English, and computing.[2]


The school was founded in September 1941 at Newbold Revel near Rugby in Warwickshire. The headteacher was A.J Raitt and there was one teacher at that time - Vera Hardiman. The school was opened to serve the children of students attending Newbold College of Higher Education, (which was a seminary university for the Seventh-day Adventist Church, also then located in Newbold Revel).

Some months after the war ended (December 1945 - January 1946), the School and College moved to Binfield in Berkshire. The School was originally housed on the College campus, which at the time offered a teaching degree and the opportunity for students to carry out their teaching practice in the School. In 1963, the School moved to its current site next to Newbold Seventh-day Adventist Church (then Binfield Seventh-day Adventist Church) on Popeswood Road in Binfield.

Although the School originally educated students up to the age of 16, pupils over 11 years of age were phased out in the 1970s.[3]

Headteachers of Newbold School

  • 2002 - 2008 Maurice Brooks
  • 2008 - 2009 Vicky Chilvers
  • 2009 - 2011 Pat Eastwood
  • 2011 - 2014 Ruth Ohman
  • 2014–Present Jacqueline Crissey


  1. ^ Taken from official webpage.
  2. ^ Taken from official webpage.
  3. ^ Taken from official webpage.

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