Headteacher's Welcome 

I’d like to welcome you to the Eynesbury Church of England Primary School website. The school recently celebrated 50 years in the present building, however the history of the school dates back many more years. It is interesting to note, however, that in the last 50 years there have only been three Headteachers - Mr Naylor, Mr McLeod and myself. This is reflected in the stability of the school over time and helped us to earn a reputation for providing a good and rounded education for children in St Neots. 
 
Our school motto is ‘Developing confident learners who thrive within a Christian ethos’. We are a school that strives to achieve success at every level, encouraging children to develop in confidence and independence as they progress through the school. The life of the school is driven by enthusiasm, dedication and a desire to achieve. We promote learning that is active and creative and encourage children to embrace challenge and celebrate success. Our curriculum is purposefully broad and children have opportunities to participate in a wide range of cross-curricular activities as well as in music, performance and sport. 
 
Underpinning the work of the school is the Christian value of Respect. We place a huge importance in developing individuals, valuing and embracing difference whilst striving to support children to achieve success. We teach children the importance of tolerance and fairness, care and friendship and we all take great pride in everything that we achieve. 
 
The key component to the success of the school is teamwork. We recognise that education is far more than that achieved within the classroom and value the importance of partnership, involving everyone – children, parents, staff, Governors, church and the wider community. Through these partnerships we aim to provide the best possible educational experience for each child and their family. 
 
Welcome to Eynesbury – a school where we can all explore, discover and grow together. 
 
Mrs Helen Rouse 
Headteacher 

Ethos/ 5Rs 

Our 5 Rs of learning are: Responsibility, Readiness, Resourcefulness, Reflectiveness and Resilience. 
Children are introduced to these aspects of learning leading to becoming an effective learner. 
 
The Learning Rs are introduced through stories: 
Responsibility – The Little Red Hen 
Readiness – The third little pig in the story of the Three Little Pigs 
Resourcefulness – Anansi spider 
Reflectiveness – The Owl who was afraid of the dark 
Resilience – The Hare and the Tortoise 
 
Our 5 Rs of Learning targets: 
Responsibility 
I make good choices in my behaviour and learning. 
I work well with others in my learning. 
I try hard to improve and recognise my achievements when I do well. 
Readiness 
I show a ‘have a go’ attitude. 
I am ready to learn and believe I can do it. 
I know my learning targets. 
Resourcefulness 
I can investigate and explore. 
I use what I already know to help me learn something new. 
I can try different approaches in my learning. 
Reflectiveness 
I can think about what I am learning, and how to get better. 
I look back and make connections. 
Resilience 
I can stick at a job. 
I can keep going even when I find work difficult. 
 
We use this language of learning with the children. Children are rewards for their learning behaviour through presentation of 5Rs certificates each week. Children work towards achieving their 5Rs bronze, silver and gold certificates. 
 
In Key Stage 2 children are challenged through Assertive Mentoring discussions to set targets around their learning behaviour and these are shared with parents. 

School Childcare and Clubs 

 

Why not explore our School Calendar Page for more dates? 
 
Monday 18th December -  
School Christmas Lunch 
PTA Discos- 
Early Years & KS1 5-6pm,  
KS2 6-7pm 
Tuesday 19th December (Last day of term) 
Christmas Service in the church 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Eynesbury School Admissions 
Details of admission arrangements, selection criteria, appeals procedure and application process. All school admissions are managed by the County's admission team. 
DFE School Performance Tables Link 
OFSTED Website 
OFSTED is the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills. School inspection reports and other information about schools and childcare providers can be found on the OFSTED website. 
Parentview Website Link 
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School Assessment Ouctome