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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Children in Clownfish making a cardboard castle for the Gold Cup.

Our school motto

A

Achieve

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.

B

Believe

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

C

Care

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

Roleplaying

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

News

  • Menu change for last day of term 23.07.2014

    Please note there will be a menu change for last day of term.

    Click the heading for more details!

  • NUT Strike Action

    Due to a number of teachers striking on Thursday 10th July, the School will be closed that day.

    This is not a decision that the school takes lightly. We understand that this will cause inconvenience to some parents but the childrens’ safety and supervision have to be our top priority.

    The school will reopen on Friday the 11th July.

  • Classes for September 2014

    On Thursday the 3rd July we will be having our annual moving up afternoon for the children to meet their new teacher.
    Please click on the heading to find out details!

Events

  • Curriculum meetings

    Years 1 and 2

    A chance for parents to learn more and ask questions about the new curriculum and their child’s learning for the coming year.

  • Curriculum Meetings

    Years 3 and 5

    A chance for parents to learn more and ask questions about the new curriculum and their child’s learning for the coming year.

  • Curriculum Meetings

    Years 4 and 6

    A chance for parents to learn more and ask questions about the new curriculum and their child’s learning for the coming year.