All Saints CE Primary School is a growing school with capacity for 420 children from September 2022. Despite its growth in recent years, there is still plenty of outdoor space with a number of playgrounds. a large field, Forest School provision and dedicated outdoor areas for children in our Reception and Year 1 classes. The school even has 'Big Blue', a double decker bus, fitted out for small group support and therapeutic spaces.
Have a look at our website for more information and do not hesitate to contact us to arrange a visit - our aim is to guide 'all our flock to flourish'.
All Saints C of E Primary School, Bassett Lane, Sapcote, Leicestershire
Dunton Bassett Primary School is situated in the centre of the village and has been a focal point for the villagers and their children since 1849. The name Dunton Bassett is derived from Donitone, which roughly translates as “homestead on the hill” and Bassett, which is a family name and was added later.
The school serves the village of Dunton Bassett and surrounding villages and residential areas. There are approximately 85 children on roll, housed in the original school building, as well as a newer, purpose-built two classroom block. We also have our own extensive grounds, including playgrounds, a school field and access to a copse.
View our website for more information and contact us to see our wonderful school in action. 'Together We Flourish'
We are extremely proud of our school and everything that it offers. Although Sharnford is a small village school of only four classes, we strive to ensure that the children who come to us are given every opportunity to develop socially and emotionally as well as academically. We pride ourselves on being a school with a very strong family feel, where staff and children know each other extremely well, treat each other with respect and most of all, feel included, valued and safe.
Please see our website for further information and contact us for a visit.
Sharnford C of E Primary School, Henson Way, Sharnford, Leicestershire
John Wycliffe Primary School is a happy, inclusive school where our children develop the knowledge, skills and independence for life beyond the classroom in a rich, diverse society.
We are a growing school and from October 2022, we will have capacity for 420 children. This is an exciting phase in our development!
We pride ourselves in having a good relationship with parents and carers, as we recognise that it is through this partnership that we can best support each and every child; children learn best when they feel safe and happy.
'Life is a journey and we are making it together.'
To find out more about us, please see our school website and contact us for a visit.
Gilmorton Chandler CE Primary School serves the parishes of Gilmorton, Kimcote Cum Walton, Ashby Magna, Bruntingthorpe, Peatling Parva, Upper Bruntingthorpe and Willoughby Waterleys.
We pride ourselves on inclusivity and service to our community. Children are encouraged to become independent, creative learners who also respect and care for others. We believe our school is a place where every child feels special and we hope that every child leaves us feeling they have something unique and special to offer the world in which they grow up. Our vision is to strive for excellence in everything we do, working under God’s guidance and endeavouring to enable all to flourish, bear fruit and live well together.
See our school website for further information and contact us to arrange a visit.
Gilmorton Chandler CE Primary School, Church Lane, Gilmorton, Leicestershire
Ullesthorpe Church of England Primary School is a small, friendly and inclusive school offering a high commitment to our children through small classes, excellent teaching and a broad and varied curriculum with a strong Christian ethos. Our mission statement 'Learn together, grow together, shine forever' and our Christian values permeate through all we do.
We have beautiful grounds which feature a sports field, two playgrounds, a recently installed trim trail, growing areas and outdoor learning areas including forest school provision.
Ullesthorpe is a thriving village and we are proud of our place in the community and the links we have with St. Peter's Church and other local organisations.
For further information, please see our school website and contact us to visit.
Ullesthorpe Church of England Primary School, Ashby Road, Ullesthorpe, Lutterworth, Leicestershire
Claybrooke Primary School is a small, rural primary school serving the villages of Claybrooke Magna and Claybrooke Parva. Children attend from other localities too, including the towns of Hinckley and Lutterworth as parents and carers often look for a smaller learning environment for their child. The school dates back to 1814; the original building and purpose built extensions are set in extensive grounds which include a copse.
Please see our website for further information and contact us to arrange a visit - our vision is 'Together We Flourish' as we work together to achieve excellence for all.
Main Road, Claybrooke Parva, Lutterworth, Leicestershire
We are a caring and friendly school, with a strong Christian Ethos. Our mission statement 'The roots to grow and the wings to fly' is at the heart of everything we do - encouraging and supporting children in developing strong roots on which to build their lives. We want to enable all children in our school to aim high, use their gifts and fly.
Please visit our school website for more information and contact us if you wish to arrange a visit.
St Margaret's CE Primary School, High Street, Stoke Golding, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Within Bitteswell’s thriving community, our small, friendly village school has strong links to the Church, residents, families and other local schools.
Based on a Christian ethos of "Encourage one another and build each other up" 1 Thessalonians 5:11, underpinned by our School and British values, a team of dedicated and professional staff ensure a range of rich, challenging and exciting learning opportunities for the children in a supportive and stimulating environment.
The school still stands on and around the original school house built in 1888. It is set within peaceful and attractive grounds with a wildlife garden, trim trail, raised beds, outdoor percussion instruments, large scale wall maps and patio area with seating. The open space and resources allow the children to explore and develop their imagination and creativity both at playtimes and during lesson time.
Please see our school website for further information and contact us to arrange a visit.
St. Mary’s CoE Primary School, The Green, Bitteswell