HeadteacherI am really proud to be the Head Teacher of our school - it is a is an exciting place to work and an exciting place to learn. Our children happily come to school each day. When they are here, they are engaged and interested in the lessons and the wide range of activities on offer.  

We have high expectations and great ambition for all our children. I have been Head Teacher here for seven years and the children's progress ​and their achievements have improved year on year which is lovely to see. Many of the 2017 results showed our children to be achieving  at least national averages reflecting great progress from their individual starting points.

We are extremely proud to provide a varied, interesting and inclusive curriculum that allows children to develop as individuals and follow their own interests and passions. We have regular chances for them to do gardening, cookery, creative arts, singing, drama and exploring the local environment. On top of this the teachers and teaching assistants work incredibly hard to make sure each child  progresses in the key skills of reading, writing and numeracy.

The inspector who visited us in March 2018 felt the same. Please read the Ofsted Report (link below) or ask the office for a paper copy. All of us here are very proud of our school and our children. It was lovely to have affirmation of this in the inspector's report. ​ 

I hope you are able to visit - you will find our school a happy, vibrant and welcoming environment for children and their  families. There are plenty of opportunities for young and old to be part of our school community. We have an ‘open door’  policy and all our staff are happy to talk to parents and carers about any concerns or questions they may have. 

Kind regards, 

Mrs E.A. Wilson-Chalon MEd​


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  • 17 February 2020
    Half Term Monday 17th February - Friday 21st February

  • 27 February 2020
    Classes 3, 4G and 4W to Bristol Museum

  • 27 February 2020
    PTA Meeting Class R - 3.30pm

  • 05 March 2020
    World Book Day - NO dressing up this year

  • 06 March 2020
    Class 2 and Class 3 parents invited to Celebration Assembly - 2.45pm

  • 11 March 2020
    Year 5 to Stanchester Wow Day

  • 12 March 2020
    PTA Family Bingo - 6.30pm-8.00pm

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Each child is nurtured in a secure and caring Christian environment and develops confidence and self-esteem.

Each child receives an excellent education, develops their skills and understanding, and fulfils their God-given potential.

Each child develops a positive attitude towards learning and fully and happily engages in the curriculum.

The school contributes to each child's happy, secure, spiritual, exciting, valuable and memorable childhood.

Each child develops knowledge, empathy and understanding that will enable them to make the world a better place and to enjoy fulfilling and positive lives. 

Each child will enjoy life 'in all its fullness' (John 10:10)

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Kindness (like that shown by the Good Samaritan Luke 10: 25-37)

Respect (as demonstrated in the story of Ruth and Naomi Ruth 1: 16-17)

Collaboration (shown by Noah and his family as they built the ark Genesis: 6-9)

Effort (as needed by the friends of the paralysed man Mark 2)

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Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.
We have high expectations of our staff and visitors in terms of keeping our children safe.
Please read the policies on this website that support this.

If you visit the school please follow the guidance on the signing in book as you arrive.

Do not hesitate to let a member of staff know immediately if you have any concerns about a child or a member of staff.