I love working in this school. Something really quite special exists in the ether in and around this village and the school can’t help but be swept up in it. We are all passionate about learning, strongly committed to the school’s vision and the place is run through with positivity, creativity and kindness.
“I think Minch is different because we are all so close as a community”
(Year 6 Leaver)
Our pupils bring as much to this equation as the adults. I think they are remarkable and deserve the best and I am proud that during their time here, they grow into confident, well-rounded individuals.
“I enjoy being in my class because I like to learn in a happy environment”
(Year 3 Student)
We believe education should be about self-empowerment for people, self-empowerment now and for a lifetime. As an institution, we would define a school’s excellence as much by its fierce determination to keep trying as by its humble acceptance that it is not there yet; as much by its individuality as by its commitment to all the individuals within it.
Our School Vision
We cherish all the people in our school
Our aim for them:
‘Life in all its fullness’
For us this means people who are flourishing:
●people who have the wherewithal to shape their own life well;
●people who take a delight in learning;
●people who are compassionate, who appreciate the value and preciousness of each and every person and all life on earth;
hence people who help to make the world a better place.
‘Life in all its fullness’
We look to find what is great inside all of our children:
we want to dig it out
and share it with the world.
Latest School and Pupil News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPqV6EvMUZI As some will have noticed, the scaffolding for the solar roof installation was removed recently, marking the end of a challenging construction programme delayed by the careful (time-consuming) removal of around 5,000 slate...
Well we certainly have been busy in Royal class since we started back in September! We loved doing French day and we liked the café and games. We enjoyed the animal hunting game the most because we had to work out what their French names were. Our class book is how to...
History- Shackleton 4.4.1915 ‘During the night of the third we heard the ice grinding to the eastward, and in the morning we saw that young ice was rafted 8~10 foot high in places. This was the first murmer of the danger that was to reach menacing proportions...
Further Information or to Arrange a Visit
Minchinhampton Church of England Primary Academy works under the umbrella of the Diocese of Gloucester Academy Trust. The school’s Governors, staff, parents, PTA and pupils have worked hard to make the school a most successful, secure and happy place for our children.
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- If you would like any further information or to arrange a visit, please contact the School office