Churchstanton Primary School
Churchstanton Primary School is in a unique rural location, surrounded by
beautiful countryside in the heart of the Blackdown Hills. We are in an Area
of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of the counties of Somerset and Devon,
with the school achieving a high reputation within the community and beyond.
Our catchment area feeds into The Castle Academy School in Taunton and some of
our pupils go to Uffculme School in Devon. We maintain strong links with our
We are fortunate to have an extensive area where the children are able to
spend their time safely. This includes:
- a forest
- two playgrounds
- a games field
- an adventure trail
- before and after school care provision
Our beautiful location and grounds make our school quite exceptional! We are
at the heart of a vibrant rural community, providing a happy, secure and
challenging environment, which helps our children achieve their highest
potential. Churchstanton Primary School is indeed a very special place to begin
your child's education.
Our school is also a member of the Woodland Trust, Green Tree School Awards. A scheme that encourages schools to have a cross-curricular approach to learning with a specific focus on outdoor education. The aim is to inspire children about woods, tree and wildlife.
Follow the link below to find out more about the Woodland Trust Green Tree School Award.
Woodland Trust Green Tree School Award
Churchstanton has achieved the Gold Award status and we are working hard to achieve our Platinum Award.
Our vision is to work together, to support our pupils to become polite,
confident young people, with a
caring attitude to the world around them; each with an enquiring mind setting
them ready for work in the 21st century.
We will achieve this by:
- setting and achieving high educational standards through a
creative, enriching and enquiry based curriculum, supporting our children to
reach their full potential.
- fully exploiting our unique rural setting.
- providing an exciting and inclusive environment for our children to learn
and develop, and ensuring we look after their health, emotional and social
- working in partnership with teaching staff, governors, friends and parents
and by being a leading and positive member of our wider community.