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Welcome from the Head Teacher

Welcome to Sywell CEVA Primary School.

Our school is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School for pupils aged 4+ to 11 years. We have a deeply Christian tradition, and enjoy close links with the local village church. We are located in the semi-rural village of Sywell, a short distance from Northampton and Wellingborough. The school is set in enclosed grounds amongst mature trees and the children benefit from a sizeable playground and play area, an enclosed prayer garden, and a playing field.

We aim to promote a caring and stimulating environment with a strong Christian ethos. Our school has a very good reputation and we are committed to school improvement. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour. We are proud of all that goes on at Sywell School and we have a dedicated and committed staff team, supportive governors, and a caring family atmosphere.

We are committed to the arts; curriculum enrichment and creativity are strengths of the school. Our PTFA works tirelessly to support the school in enriching the curriculum and provides exciting opportunities for the pupils. We help the children develop an awareness of cultural differences and develop their understanding of their role within the local community. We currently sponsor two children through World Vision, as well as working on other community and charity projects throughout the year.

Not only do we welcome your child, but also you and your family, as it is our view that teachers cannot fully educate children without the whole-hearted support and cooperation of parents. We consider that the important foundations of your child’s education will best be served by home and school working closely together. Only then can we succeed in continuing to provide a first class education for all of our children.

Russell Lunn

Headteacher