Our School Aims and Values 

At Eynesbury Church of England Primary School, 
we aim to provide the highest standard of education that develops the full potential and meets the needs of every child within our care. 
Christian values are built into the ethos and teaching of the school, whilst the children are also encouraged to appreciate other people’s religious perspectives and cultural backgrounds. 
We believe in building on the positive self-esteem of each individual in order to encourage the very best in terms of effort, commitment, self-reliance and responsibility. 
We encourage open honest relationships, both within our school, and with families and the wider community. 
Our school fosters a caring, welcoming environment where everybody is valued and respected. 

Our School Code of Conduct 

In order to respect each other I will: 
1. Speak politely to everybody 
2. Be a good listener 
3. Do my best at all times 
4. Look after my classroom, equipment and the school building 
5. Find help if I need it 
6. Accept responsibility for the things I do 
7. Show good manners 
8. Behave in a safe way 
9. Be kind and caring towards others 
10. Share with each other and take turns. 
If I do these things, I can be proud of my work and behaviour. 
Christian Ethos 
As a church school, our Christian Foundation is extremely important to us. Eynesbury Church of England Primary School has a distinctive Christian nature and this is evident in every aspect of school life, but most importantly in the values we hold and the way we treat every member of the school community with kindness, consideration and respect. 
The overarching Christian value for the school is RESPECT, however we also have embraced 18 Christian values for the school. 
These are: Friendship, Peace, Courage, Responsibility and Commitment, Forgiveness, Thankfulness, Wisdom, Trust, Hope, Service, Generosity, Justice, Humility, Compassion, Truth, Creativity, Perseverance and Reverence. 
Children gain an understanding of these values and reflect upon them through collective worship and more widely in school.We enjoy close links with our local church, the clergy and church community, who support us through shared worship and also with practical support in the classrooms, on visits etc. 

School Policies 

Below is a list of policies available on the website. Please click on the policy name to link to access the policy. (Policies have been arranged in alphabetical order.) 
You may request a paper copy of any information held on the school website including policies. These are available free of charge. 


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School Childcare and Clubs 


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Special Needs 
As the County website details, “The “Local Offer” is Cambridgeshire County Council’s published overview of how children and young people aged 0 – 25 who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are supported”. The Local Offer can be viewed here: Local Offer 
Details of admission arrangements, selection criteria, appeals procedure and application process. All school admissions are managed by the County's admission team. 
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. 
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