As you may be aware our school is now closed, following Goverment guidance. Please visit your child's class pages for information on work for your child to complete whilst we are closed. Thank you
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Welcome to Ann Edwards Church of England Primary School.


I would like to welcome you and your child to our school and I hope you find our website a useful source of information about the school's organisation, routines and the curriculum. You can also access all the latest newsletters and check out diary dates on our 'events calendar'


Ann Edwards is a Voluntary Controlled Church of England Primary School that caters for boys and girls aged 4 to 11. We have approximately 295 children on roll, in eleven classes. The arrangement of classes varies from year to year according to the number of children in each year group and the number of teaching staff.


We have a modern, well equipped building set in pleasant landscaped grounds. Strong links are maintained with the communities we serve and with the local church. Our Christian ethos provides a spiritual and moral context that helps children to grow into thinking, caring people.


The village of South Cerney is situated in the Cotswold Water Park, three and a half miles south of Cirencester, very close to the Wiltshire border. It takes its name from the River Churn that flows through the centre of the village, with a mill stream running parallel to it. It is said to be the largest village in Gloucestershire and has many facilities and activities of interest to children and families.


Children come to our school from South Cerney, Cerney Wick, Somerford Keynes, and other neighbouring villages. We also take children from the 29th Logistics Squadron and the Four Acres travellers' site. Our main feeder playgroups are South Cerney Playgroup and the Duke of Gloucester Barracks.


We believe that it is important for parents to be interested and involved in their children's learning and share in this responsibility with the school. We work in partnership with parents to ensure that children make the very best of their time at Ann Edwards School, so that they look back on their primary schooldays with pleasure.


Helen Sowden, Headteacher