INSPIRING A LIFETIME OF LEARNING

Welcome


A very warm welcome from Head Teacher, Bob Duffin

Our school is situated in the centre of Cheselbourne, we have nearly 40 children at the school from Cheselbourne and the surrounding villages. We are excited about learning and all our staff are passionate about providing creative, stimulating and varied activities to get the very best from every child. Due to small class sizes and skilled staff we are able to offer truly 'individualised, personal learning' This means that every child is able to flourish and their specific needs are closely attended to. We strive to prepare children for their future and a life of learning.

In 2017 OFSTED graded our school as GOOD and noted excellent behaviour and attitudes to learning. I hope you enjoy finding out about our school and how we work together to ensure our pupils are happy, secure and successful.

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Our School


Cheselbourne Village School is a First School for children aged 4 - 9 years old, with a pre-school provision for children aged 3 up to school age.  We are part of the Abbas Federation of schools and an active member of DASP. We also hold a weekly parent & toddler group for younger children on Tuesday mornings in the village hall called Scarecrows.

Equality and Inclusion
Cheselbourne Village School wants everyone within our school to feel welcome, valued and included in the school community. We are committed to providing a fully accessible environment to enable this to happen. Our pupils are provided with high quality learning opportunities so that each child achieves all that they can. We want all our pupils to feel confident and have a positive view of themselves. We want our pupils with a disability to access all elements of school life, including school clubs, activities and trips. We recognise that we may have to do things a little differently to make this happen. We are committed to taking positive action in the spirit of the Equality Act 2010, by removing disadvantage faced by pupils with a disability and eliminating discrimination. We will ensure that through whole school training, all staff and governors will be aware of our duties to support children with disabilities, in line with the Equality Act 2010.

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Key Stage 2

Pupil Zone


At Cheselbourne we are Caring, Considerate, Communicative, Courteous, Co-Operative, Conscientious & Confident!

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Parent Zone


To all our fantastic parents, we would like to encourage you to become our partners in your child's education. Your involvement both in our school & your children's journey through it is integral to helping your child develop a lifetime passion for learning. We have an 'open door' approach to education and we hope you will feel welcome to visit us. Your child's teacher is always glad to discuss points about your child's education and welfare with you.

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Calendar

Key Dates
  • Sun 22 Jul
  • Mon 23 Jul
  • Tue 24 Jul
    • Whole School Summer Trip!
  • Wed 25 Jul
    • 14:00Leavers Service
    • Children Break-Up for Summer Holidays
  • Thu 26 Jul
  • Fri 27 Jul
  • Sat 28 Jul
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  • March 2018
  • 29th - Children Break-Up for Easter
  • April 2018
  • 16th - All back for Summer term
  • May 2018
  • 25th - Children Break-Up for Half-Term
  • June 2018
  • 5th - Children Back to School
  • July 2018
  • 25th - Children Break-Up for Summer Holidays
  • September 2018
  • 5th - Children Back to School for Autumn Term
  • October 2018
  • 19th - Children Break-Up for Half-Term
  • 30th - Children Back to School
  • December 2018
  • 21st - Children Break-Up for Christmas Holidays
  • January 2019
  • 7th - Children Back to School for Spring Term
  • February 2019
  • 14th - Children Break-Up for Half-Term
  • 25th - Children Back to School
  • April 2019
  • 5th - Children Break-Up for Easter Holidays
  • 23rd - Children Back to School for Summer Term
  • May 2019
  • 24th - Children Break-Up for Half-Term
  • June 2019
  • 4th - Children Back to School
  • July 2019
  • 19th - Children Break-Up for Summer Holidays

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Welcome back everyone!

Don't forget school swimming starts this Wednesday, so every child needs to bring their swimming stuff to school.

 

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