Grazeley Parochial CE (Aided) Primary School

'Be courageous; Be strong; Do everything in love'


Meet the headteacher and take a look around Grazeley Primary School

Welcome to Grazeley Parochial Primary School

Grazeley Parochial Primary School is a very popular, one form entry, Primary School whose history dates back to the 1860s. The original buildings have been extended and updated over the years to provide a modern learning environment whilst maintaining some delightful original Victorian features.

We benefit from being a small Church of England school. This means that our school is built on Christian values and we place the children’s learning and welfare at the centre of all that we do.  We do, of course, welcome all pupils, parents, staff and visitors from any, or no, religious background.

There is a close partnership between all involved with the school which ensures that we work hard to provide a happy and safe learning environment where all can achieve their full potential.

Our aim, through our strong vision, is to ensure that we are a loving community of courageous learners, building resilience and hope for the future based on our caring Christian foundation.  Our core values of love, peace, hope and courage are reinforced throughout children’s experiences at our school.  When the time comes for our pupils to leave, they do so with the skills they need to be happy, healthy and successful learners open to future experiences.

As the new Headteacher I hope the website gives you a flavour of what the school is about. Over the next few months we will be updating the information you can find on here and bringing it all up to date with new and exciting initiatives but, in the meantime, if you are interested in finding out more then please contact the school office who can book you in for a tour of our wonderful school.

We look forward to the opportunity of welcoming you and your child into our caring school community.

Mrs Jane Critchlow,  Headteacher

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