Beaulieu Village Primary School was originally opened on its present site in the centre of the village in the 1860s. A programme of renewals was begun in the early 1990s and was completed in 2006. This has resulted in the replacement of sub-standard and temporary buildings by a library, a music and drama studio, and, outside, areas for performances and infant learning.

The school is an integral part of the Beaulieu community and is leased from the Beaulieu Estate by Hampshire County Council. It has 106 pupils on the roll between the ages of 4-11 years. The school has always served children from the Parish and indeed at least one child is a 5th generation pupil. However, it now accepts increasing numbers from further afield: only 25% of the present children are from within the catchment area. The school provides a nurturing family environment, with demand exceeding available places.