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We are a small school, blessed with super pupils, a team of dedicated, nurturing staff, governors committed to ensuring every pupil achieves his or her full potential, supportive parents and great links with the community. The school is beautifully presented, set in fantastic grounds and benefits from a range of modern facilities.

The school is rated as 'Good' by Ofsted (2018) and 'Outstanding' by SIAMs (2016). We are proud of our achievements, our broad and balanced curriculum and our wide range of extra-curricular clubs and activities.

Our 'core' values, chosen by the whole school community, are 'Creativity, Compassion and Perseverance'. As a Church of England school, these values guide everything we do.

We are committed to developing lively, enquiring minds and promoting outstanding standards for pupils in a happy, safe and caring environment, based upon Christian values which encourage all to show respect, acceptance and understanding of others. (Mission Statement).

If you would like to arrange a visit, a warm welcome awaits.   Read on to find out more about "the little school that makes a big difference".

Julie Cattle


To view our Prospectus click here

To view our latest Ofsted Report (March 2018) Click here



Click school-local-offer (1).pdf for more information

Click SEN Offer to find out more about our support for pupils with special educational needs and  disabilities.

If parents would like a paper copy of the information on our website, please contact us.  We will provide it free of charge. 

To register your view of your child's school click below, although if you have any concerns we would appreciate it if you please contact us first:  Parent View



Coronavirus/Covid-19 Update


We are delighted to welcome Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 children as well as the children of Key Workers back in to school from Monday 8 June 2020 but please let us know if you intend to bring your child to school and you've not already confirmed this with us as we must have a weeks notice to make sure we are ready for you.

We will be welcoming children in Reception and Year 1 with Miss Peacock into the Blue Bubble and Year 6 into the Purple Bubble. The children of Key Workers will join the bubble of their 'normal' teacher.  To help explain the use of bubbles, please access this lovely book 'Returning to school in a bubble' below which has been given to us by the author to share with you:

Updated guidance (3 June 2020) on what parents and carers need to know about education settings during the Covid-19 outbreak may be found below:


For the guidance issued by the government regarding the possible return to school please see the following link:


Important Update:

Please see the letters below issued by Mrs Cattle and ERYC on 22/05/2020:

Letter from Mrs Cattle

Letter from Deborah Myers - ERYC

We would like to share the DfE's guidance for parents on supporting their children with home learning.  This guidance can be found on the link below and in the 'home learning' section of our site:


Please select the link below for more information and inform us if members of your family display the symptoms or have been exposed to the virus. 


For the latest Government guidance to schools, please follow the link below:


Many thanks for your co-operation at this time of change.

Thank You

Pictures showing some of the craft activities done in school to show our thanks to all of those helping us at this time.

School Closure Continues

As we continue to close the school to children, with the exception of those whose parents are key workers in a critical occupation with no other options for child care, we continue to add material to the Home Learning menu option bar above. The teachers will add work each week to be downloaded and completed with your child whilst they are out of school.  Additionally, logins have been provided for a number of online resources to facilitate home learning. 

The Government has produced a list of critical key workers as well as information provided to schools.  If your child is eligible, please let us know if you intend to bring them to school as far in advance as possible.  We are not able to provide a school meal so would ask that a packed lunch be provided by yourselves.

We appreciate your assistance and co-operation as we try to provide the best service we can in these difficult times.

Covid-19 Guidance for Parents

Covid-19 Guidance for Schools


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Our Christian Vision is 'Let Your Light Shine'

Latest School Calendar Events

Phased Return - Reception, Year 1, Year 6 and Children of Key Workers08Jun2020

Children in the above year groups may now return to school if you'd like them to do so. If you wish to keep them at home, then that's fine too as we'll be keeping the Home Learning page operational.

Calendars page(s): School Calendar >>

What do our pupils say about our school?

"It makes me feel safe." "It is amazing and everybody is happy." "It is a small school with a big heart." "We all have so many talents." "Everyone gets a chance to speak for themselves." "When you look out of the window and the sun is shining, it looks beautiful!"