Dedicated to raising achievement

Situated in the heart of 1066 Country, our Academy 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

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 Academy, we provide a Christian ethos that infuses the wider Academy 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

News & events

News

  • Positive Parenting - Bedtime Routines

    Developing good bedtime routines.

    Teresa from EFT will be offering a discussion group to help parents develop good bedtime routines for their children here on Tuesday 21st March 2017 at 1.30pm.

    You will be discussing how to get your child into a good routine and the skills children need to do this and how to encourage your child to stay in their bed all night.

    To book a place please call Teresa on 07961674055 or email her on TeresaP@educationfuturestrust.org

  • Dogs on Site

    Dogs on Site

    Please be aware that dogs are NOT allowed anywhere on site.
    Please do not bring dogs onto the playground or tie them up at perimeter fences.
    Remember apart from the obvious problems with dog excrement being trodden in by small children, many children find dogs extremely scary (even though you may know your dog is friendly).
    We have also had reported instances where dogs have been aggressive towards each other and owners and children have been very alarmed and distressed.
    The only exception to this will be registered assistance dogs.
    Please let the office know if you own an assistance dog and need to bring it into school.

  • Attendance Newsletter

    Please see below our new Attendance Newsletter:

    It is vital your child attends school every day to maximise their learning.
    There is direct evidence that high attenders achieve proportionally higher results than the children with low attendance or who are continually late. Please ensure your child is in school every day unless they are really unwell.

    Attendance Newsletter – February 2017

Events

  • Easter Fair

    PTFA Easter Fair 3.30pm- 5.00pm

    The fabulous fun starts here!

    If you can volunteer to help us run this very busy event please register with Mrs Ward in the school office.

    We also need: cakes (a call-out to all you budding Mary Berry’s, please bake for us and bring in the morning of the event.

    There a lot of stalls and fun goodies to buy, a treasure hunt and a great Easter Bonnet competition to enter.

    Please see the posters and flyers around school.

    We look forward to seeing you there!

  • Gymnastic Finals

    Gymnastic Finals 2-4pm

    Invitation only

    See letter from Mr Ray

  • Year 4 Trip Science Museum London

    Science Museum Trip

    To fit in with Year 4’s topic work they will be attending the Science Museum in London.
    This involves a very early start and the coach will be leaving at 7.30am.
    Please see letters from the class teachers.