“We strive for excellence by encouraging all our pupils to fulfil their true potential. Our mission is founded on Christian values, principles and beliefs.
As a Church school we believe in Friendship, Thankfulness and Service to the whole community, and welcome children whatever their faith or belief.”
Mrs Alison Small, Headteacher
School Improvement: Action Plan At a glance….
Teaching is consistently good and engages pupils in interesting activities that encourage them to think deeply about what they are learning
An established strength of the
school is the good pastoral care that ensures pupils feel safe and happy within a Christian environment.
Year 5 ‘Adventures’ at Braeside
School Mini Marathon and Netball Teams
Open The Book team from St. Mary’s Church
School Worship at St. Mary’s Church
Here you will be able to find all the information you need to know about our school.
Alderbury and West Grimstead Church of England Primary School is a ‘single-form entry’ school. This means we take only one class each year and so have one class in each year group. Classes are limited to a maximum of 30 children in Reception, Year 1 and 2 (like all schools), and classes in Years 3 to 6 are usually around this size, too.
If you want to apply for a Reception place in 2016, please check our Admissions procedure under Key Info on the tabs above.
Every year the governing body will review and publish information concerning the Alderbury & West Grimstead school admission policy. This will confirm the maximum number of children to be admitted to the school as a whole, the Pupil Admissions Number (PAN) which is currently 30 and explain how places will be allocated.
If there is anything you would like to know that you can’t find here, please contact us. We would love to talk to you!
‘There’s a lovely family feel to the school, it feels as if it has been here for ever.’
‘Pupils’ behaviour is good and their enjoyment of school is shown by their above-average attendance.’
‘Partnerships with parents and carers are good, with the vast majority saying that their children enjoy school’.
‘Pupils are very reflective and think deeply about issues such as ‘Peace’ ‘Values’; this confirms strengths in their spiritual, moral and social and cultural development’
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