Dedicated to raising achievement

Situated in the heart of 1066 Country, our school provides continuity of education for children aged 4–11. We provide a nurturing and stimulating environment in which each child can develop as an individual, academically and spiritually.

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We help children develop a fluent, clear and legible handwriting style.

Our school motto



We aim to give children a sense of confidence and belief in their own unique abilities. That’s why we’ve designed our curriculum to be as practical, creative and inspiring as possible. Every achievement is celebrated, no matter how small.



We feel a deep responsibility to nurture happy, responsible and confident young people of faith and values.



As a church school, we provide a Christian ethos that infuses the wider school community. Our teaching and reflection times focus on developing a strong culture of care, respect and empathy for one another.

What we’ve been getting up to



Roleplaying in Mrs Wright’s & Mrs Benge’s Year 1 class.

Making smoothies

Making smoothies

Following instructions in literacy by making smoothies in Mrs Wright’s & Mrs Benge’s Year 1 class.

News & events


  • Lovely Christmas Picture

    Lovely Christmas Picture

    Anastasia draw a fantastic Christmas Picture to celebrate our Christmas Dinner day.

    It was a fun day in the Dinner Hall with Christmas songs, Crackers and Christmas jokes!

    The staff mingled in and all enjoyed Christmas Lunch as well.

    We would like to thank all the catering staff for doing such a fantastic job.

  • New and updated SEND policy

    New and updated SEND policy

    Our school is currently undertaking a review of this policy to meet the new requirements for SEND in line with the new SEND Code of Practice effective from 1 September 2014. To provide an improved, compliant policy we are committed to co-producing our policy with families, children and young people. The consultation period for reviewing our existing policy began on 1st October 2014 and ends on 19th December 2014 . To contribute and participate in co-producing our policy together please contact Mrs Julia Bray (Assistant Headteacher) at or by telephoning the school 01424 422950.

  • Letter from Sussex Police

    Parking on yellow zigzag lines.

    All parents have today been sent a letter from Sussex Police regarding the parking on yellow zigzag lines outside the school.
    Please can we join them in asking that these areas are kept free at the beginning and end of the day for the safety of all the children.


  • Inset Day

    Inset Day

    The first day of the new term is now an Inset Day. The children return on Tuesday the 6th December

  • Roman Day

    To support the topic work in year 3, we will be hosting a Roman Day workshop.
    This will be the chance for the children in Yr3 to truly experience a day in the life of a Roman.

  • Inset Day

    Inset day for Term 4

    Please note the inset day for Term 3 will be Monday 9 March 2015.