“Pupils flourish at Two Rivers Church of England Primary School. They describe the school as a welcoming place where everyone is kind and respectful. Staff give pupils the courage and confidence to try new things.

Leaders and staff have the highest ambitions for every pupil. They have created a curriculum that is designed exceptionally well. Starting in the early years, leaders have carefully considered precisely what pupils need to know and when they need to know it. All pupils, including those with special educational needs achieve extremely well.”

Ofsted 2023

 Welcome to Two Rivers Church of England Primary School in Keynsham.  Our pupils call us “The Best School in the World” and we are proud of our school community and our reputation as an outstanding school in all areas.  We are committed to ensuring all children reach their full potential with us and we make sure we provide the widest possible range of opportunities for them to flourish.  Our unique, state-of-the art, new building in a pretty suburb between Bristol and Bath is equipped to provide a modern, high-quality education the Two Rivers way – we are passionate about sustainability and the common good of the whole community.  Our pupils enjoy forest school, a wide range of sports and clubs and a broad and exciting curriculum and they achieve really well in all areas.

Matt Filer,


Matt Filer


Our vision and values

Our Vision

"Life in all its fullness." John 10:10

Our vision is for all pupils at Two Rivers Church of England Primary School to flourish as part of a thriving school community.  We will enrich the academic, spiritual and emotional child to enable them to flourish in a community that aspires to achieve the very best outcomes for all.  All pupils will feel safe, supported and inspired to develop their talents in all areas of life.  We will open the horizons of our pupils and guide them into ways of creating a fulfilled and sustainable future as lifelong learners and successful citizens who are models of kindness, respect, courage and aspiration.

Our values

Kindness, Respect, Courage and Aspiration




Enrol now

We look forward to welcoming new pupils to our school community where children feel safe, supported and inspired to become inquisitive learners.

We have spaces in Reception, Y1, Y2, Y3 and Y5 for the academic year 2024-25

You can find out more information by emailing enquiries@tworiversschool.org.uk or phoning 0117 916 1027.

You can apply for a place at Two Rivers via the following link: school admissions - B&NES



Futura Learning Partnership

Futura Learning Partnership logoTwo Rivers CofE School is a Futura Learning Partnership School.

We are a partnership of schools in the West of England region committed to offering a high-quality educational experience to all children and young people in our care.

Visit Futura Learning Partnership.


The office

At the heart of every good school is an efficient well run office and Two Rivers CofE Primary School is no exception. We are extremely proud of our office staff who work so tirelessly behind the scenes to make things run smoothly.

In our office section we have lots of documents and information that we hope you will find useful. If you need anything else please feel free to get in contact t: 0117 916 1027 or email: enquiries@tworiversschool.org.uk


Getting Here

The Two Rivers CofE Primary School is located in the Crest Nicholson's Hygge development which is adjacent to Wellsway School which is part of the Futura Learning Partnership's family of schools.


Two Rivers champions healthy and environmentally friendly ways of getting to school so we encourage all families and visitors to walk, cycle, scoot or use public transportation if possible and we have ample space to store bicycles and scooters in our cycle bays.



We are committed to sustainable travel and we are part of the Modeshift Stars programme which aims to bring about a change in travel behaviour and reduce the number of single occupancy vehicle journeys to, from and between their sites.

When use of a car is essential, we encourage "Park and Stride" options to minimise traffic on roads adjacent to the school.  Parents arriving at school by car should use our drop-off loop which is an idling-free zone.