Our vision is for all our children to become aspirational individuals and confident learners, based on a foundation of Christian values, in order to be equipped for life in our ever changing world.
We believe that by creating a caring and secure learning environment, children can grow in confidence enabling them to learn and develop to their full potential. We have high expectations and high aspirations for all of our pupils.
We are a small village school - we currently have 120 pupils on roll – and our diminutive size lends itself to the caring and nurturing environment we strive for. Our pupils’ emotional well-being has a high priority. At the same time we aim to offer excellent opportunities for the children to have a rich and diverse range of experiences. Through drama, visual and musical art forms and sport, by encouraging charitable endeavours and work with the wider community we aim to open up the world for our pupils.
As a school all we do is underpinned by our Christian Values: Hope, Compassion, Creativity, Respect and Perseverance. Eyke Church of England Primary School is a member of the St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocesan Multi Academy Trust. As a Church of England school, our ethos of tolerance and mutual respect for all people, regardless of faith or belief, is embedded in all we do.
We know children are happiest and learn most effectively when there is a close partnership between home and school, so we work towards building this partnership with our school families.
We are very proud of our school and enjoy welcoming visitors to see for themselves all the exciting work we do so please make an appointment to come and see us at work, we would love to show you around.
Miss L Fairweather
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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