We are a small independent school in Essex founded by a group of parents and friends in 1989 to provide a Christian education, fostering Christian faith and values. Today the school includes families from a wide geographical area, who belong to a number of different churches.
The school caters for children from 5 through to 16 years of age. Small numbers in classes mean that every child receives a high level of attention and individual encouragement to do their best.
Our ethos encourages a real sense of community and the family nature of the school means that children can be themselves in a safe and accepting environment where pupils and staff work together. Our overall aim is to provide a Christ centred education that enables children and young people to become confident, creative, aware and responsible members of their communities.
On a dark morning in mid-October last year, Year 6 pupil Miles took up the challenge of riding his bike 20 miles to school in an attempt to raise money for something fun for the school’s playground. Although he was … Continue reading
This story isn’t about nonsense, like what you do at home. You probably watch TV or go on your computers, but they go on an adventure to a square island. Big battles, mad things, and all help done by Susan, Jasmine … Continue reading
First the map started to glow and spin. The door slammed shut and water seeped out of the walls. ”Up here!” Jason yelled, “Hurry!” The water was almost level with them. Piper realised she had no choice… When Piper and Jason, two … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who supported our recent Bag2School collection. 422kg of items were collected and the money raised will be used for our 25th anniversary celebrations on the 27th September. If you would like to get involved please get … Continue reading
This piece of work was created by Year 5 student Lark for a competition at the Aubrey Art Gallery in Dunmow. Entitled ‘What do you think your world will look like in 500 years from now?‘, it came 12th in the … Continue reading
The Year 8′s have been study Conan Doyle’s writing of Sherlock Holmes. We have read and studied numerous stories with the main focus being on ‘The Red-Headed League’. On Tuesday 10th December 2013 we embarked on a train to London … Continue reading