Broadwindsor Church of England V.C. Primary School is a Christian school which aims to offer the very best learning environment and promote high levels of self-esteem and a lifelong love of learning within an active Christian environment.
At Broadwindsor School we seek to create a happy, family atmosphere within a Christian environment where each adult and child feels secure and has a sense of purpose and responsibility.
Christian values are part of every aspect of our school curriculum and daily life and are reflected throughout our ethos, aim and objectives.
What Ofsted say about us ~
The social behaviour of pupils is excellent, as is their engagement in their learning in class.
Pupils feel very safe in school.
Pupils care about each other and actively support each other in and around school.
The school is very harmonious, with pupils of different ages playing well together.
Pupils have great pride in their school's achievements.
The curriculum ensures subjects are taught in depth.
The school is an integral part of the village and the school uses this position to enrich the learning of the pupils through the use of the local community.
The school provides a wide range of experiences that support the social, moral, spiritual and cultural development of the pupils and prepares them well for their next steps in education.
Links with parents are good.
The school is popular with many pupils coming from outside the local area.
What parents say about us ~
“Our children are extremely happy at Broadwindsor. They have a good sense of friendship and are eager to learn there.”
“We really appreciate all the school trips.”
“All four of my children have received a fantastic education at Broadwindsor, but what I cherish most is how friendly and warm Broadwindsor School is. It has a lovely atmosphere which has made such a valued difference to my children’s school life. SO THANK YOU.”
“Broadwindsor has provided our children with so much support from Day 1. To say that our children are happy at school is an understatement, they love so many things about Broadwindsor.”