We are a Church of England voluntary controlled primary school, for 3-11 year olds, located in the small rural village of Easington. We offer a friendly learning experience with a good reputation in delightful environment and are proud of our links with the Church.
The school welcomes children from all backgrounds and abilities. This may involve additional support for children with special educational needs.
At Easington we aim to achieve high standards of teaching and learning in a positive environment that encourages high levels of confidence, self esteem and independence. This ensures our children have opportunity and are educated for the future. We aim to provide an enriched curriculum which encourages children to have regard for their own health and the environment. This is built on the foundation of strong links with the church and the community and an agreed set of values and codes of behaviour for groups of people including adults and children who have to work together harmoniously. We welcome children irrespective of gender, religion, race or special needs.
As a Church of England school we wish to develop a sympathetic understanding of the Christian faith and a developing respect for pupuils’ own cultures and beliefs and those of other people. We aim to provide opportunities for the children to encounter the Anglican tradition, as well as promoting links with the Anglican congregation and the local community.
In September 2011, there were 63 children in main school with 7 pupils in our nursery, organised into three classes. The school can admit up to 17 pupils in any one year group.
If you would like to know more about our school, then have a look round our website or contact school to arrange a visit. We would be pleased to see you.