Welcome to Eardisley CE Primary School!
Eardisley Church of England Primary School is unique and special, offering a strong tradition of Christian values, a world-class curriculum and the highest of educational standards.
Throughout children’s education at Eardisley Church of England Primary School is an emphasis on academic success combined with the development of rich personal and inter-personal skills. We strive for every child to reach his or her full potential as well as discover and develop unique talents. We hope that every day will be for them a journey of discovery, providing exciting challenges as well as the thrill of success.
In our spacious building and attractive grounds we have created a vibrant and purposeful, yet relaxed and caring environment. Our happy and confident children know they are valued as individuals and that they each have a unique contribution to make to our school and the wider community.
I am very proud of this school in which children demonstrate their Christian values and view learning as exciting and fun.
We would love you to join us here. Why not come and see us for yourselves?
I look forward to seeing you soon and hope you will share my enthusiasm for this wonderful school.
Infants’ Trip to Bristol Aquarium
On Friday 30th June, Willow and Rowan Class visited Bristol Aquarium to learn more about sea life. See Video and Photo Gallery for more pictures.
Year 6 Red Ridge Trip
Our Year 6 children had a lovely time at Red Ridge. The weather was very hot but all the usual activities took place. See Video and Photo Gallery for more pictures.
Sports Day and School Fete 2017
The weather really stepped up to the mark for our annual Sports and Fete afternoon. The house cup this year was won by Gwynne as celebrated very enthusiastically and proudly by Carys and Paige. Well done to all the children for taking part on such a hot afternoon. Please see under Video and Photos page for further photos.
Family Maths Evening April 2017
See the Photo and Video Gallery for photos from our Family Maths Evening. Don’t forget to look out for the Family Maths Scrapbooks and Resources which your child will be bringing home.
We are very grateful to The Ernest Cook Trust which has kindly provided funding for both our Maths in a Suitcase day and our Family Maths Scrapbooks and Resources.
Maths in a Suitcase – 7th February 2017
See the Photo and Video Gallery for further photos from our marvellous maths day!
Please go to our school website (under Parents’ Letters) to view and download our Eardisley CE Primary School Calculation Policy – this shows you what and how we teach in each key stage and will help you to help your child with their maths and homework. We will talk about this at our Family Maths Quiz and do ask us about it at Parents’ Evening too – we’d be very happy to go into any part in more detail for you.
No one cares like you.
Thank you for letting Jesus come down to earth to show us the way.
Thank you for His values that we cherish and that support our school.
Please help us to use our values to learn and make the world a better place.
Dear Lord, lead us to goodness.
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Friendship is like the trees it never stops growing.
Peace is like the stars it never stops shining.
Love is like the air it never runs out.
Dear God, help us to work together in all that we do,
So that our values always shine through.
“Eardisley is a very loving school.” Pupil
“Everything is so bright and welcoming here. What a special atmosphere you have created.” Parent
“Everyone uses their values and we’re all one big team. We go on residential trips and do lots of competitions too!” Pupil
“Thank you for making me so welcome as a parent here”. Parent
“There are really good teachers here!” Pupil
“I’m glad we chose this school: there are so many ‘extras’!” Parent
“School makes me happy. Everyone is really kind and helpful”. Pupil
“Eardisley School stands out for its good behaviour and kindness”. Pupil
“I think this is a fantastic school. I love the way you pay attention to the whole child and think about them individually”. Parent
“Thank you for all you are doing for my child. He is really flourishing under your care”. Parent
“The teachers do an amazing job and they are all nice – every single one”. Pupil
“I have never known a school that is so supportive of individual children. You know them so well and you do so much: it’s amazing – we can’t quite believe it!” Parent
“Thank you for your open minds and dedication to teaching which are reflected in my child’s development and happiness to go to school each day”. Parent
“We show a lot of values at our school and that makes it stand out”. Pupil
“I’d like to thank you and all the members of Eardisley School for their incredible enthusiasm for teaching and learning alike”. Parent
“Thank you for making the children feel so welcome at Eardisley School”. Parent
“We are so fortunate to have this school”. Parent
“The children’s behaviour is exemplary”. Parent
“I love the community within the school”. Parent
“Values weave our school together: they are in the air all around us”. Pupil
“I’m really impressed by the children: they are lovely and thoughtful”. Parent
“I love the way the big kids look after the little kids”. Parent
“This is a school where there’s lots of knowledge. Everyone keeps their rudeness in and lets their happiness out!” Reception child
“I feel we are listened to at Eardisley School as parents”.
“You’ve done so much for my child – well done and thank you. Now it’s for the next school to build on your good work!” Parent
“I’m learning lots!” Pupil
“My child thrives here”. Parent