Welcome to Ann Edwards C of E Primary School
A rural village school with almost 200 years of history, Ann Edwards C of E Primary occupies a modern building on the edge of the village, with plenty of outdoor space for its 295 boys and girls to enjoy.
The school has strong links with the village and the local church. In an 'atmosphere of respect and trust based on Christian values... children and adults show care and understanding of one another' (SIAS Report 2011). The children are often seen out and about in the village in their yellow and black uniform.
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Any Queries please contact Mrs Ele LLoyd and Mrs Sarah Pritchett in the School Office.
To create a happy, welcoming and effective school with a broad, balanced and exciting curriculum in which every person can become a thinking, active and responsive member of society whilst developing their abilities and talents to the full.
“Pupils are very respectful and courteous to each other and adults. The school successfully promotes good relations and ensures discrimination of any kind is not tolerated. Pupils are very proud of their school and say they really enjoy being there. Their attitudes to learning are good and they are extremely supportive of each other in lessons and work very well on their own.” Read more
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