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Bow Community Primary School
Station Road, Bow, EX17 6HE, UK Crediton
+44 (0)1363 82319


The building is a new purpose built six-classroom school, opened in March 1995. This was necessitated following many years of increasing pupil numbers who totally outgrew the old building. The new school has facilities for teaching all aspects of the curriculum on site. The interior is well equipped with mostly new furniture and fittings and the school grounds are excellent for pursuing many aspects of outdoor education (sport, games, environmental, swimming etc.). The school has an on-site kitchen for providing meals every day and also has facilities for the consumption of packed lunches brought in by the children.To read about the history of the school click here.

Currently, the children are taught in five classes (two at Key Stage 1 and three at Key Stage 2.

Throughout the school, many of the year groups are split between two classes.

The main catchment area for the school is the village, but many pupils come from neigbouring farms and communities, particularly Zeal Monachorum.

For their secondary education, pupils generally attend Queen Elizabeth Community College (QECC) in Crediton. QECC offers education up to the age of 18 to approximately 2000 students drawn from the Primary Schools throughout the Crediton area.


Our Vision is to develop the whole school community to achieve its full potential, academically, socially, physically and emotionally. Bow Community School will strive to continually improve and provide a supportive, caring and disciplined environment, in which every individual can thrive.

Our Mission for the whole school community is:
· To develop a team spirit which is highly motivated and successful
· To encourage lively enquiring minds, together with a willingness to ask questions and to argue rationally
· To continually improve the quality of teaching and learning
· To develop increasingly good communication through Literacy , Numeracy and ICT skills to build confidence within pupils
· To enable all to understand and respect the feelings of others whilst considering thoughtfully differing attitudes, cultures, values and beliefs
· To have high expectations for all children, encourage self motivation and individual responsibility and promote an interest in learning and personal development
· To develop successful collaborative partnerships with outside agencies in education, business and industry
· To enable children to achieve their true potential and to take pride in that achievement, while taking pleasure in the achievement of others
· To build careers guidance which combats stereotyping and underachievement
· To provide an innovative and stimulating learning environment which is inviting, warm and safe
· Provide a Library and ICT facilities which saturate the whole school environment
· To ensure the health and safety of all individuals is always a priority
· To consider the effects of our actions on the environment and promote more environmentally friendly practices

Our mission for Pupils is:
· Pupils that are happy, highly motivated and want to come to school to learn
· Pupils are able to explore their personal interests
· Pupils talk, listen and help pupils of different ages , cultures and genders
· Pupils create and evaluate their own work and help others to excel
· Pupils perform and exhibit quality work to a variety of audiences in a range of ways
· Pupils experience careers guidance through real life experiences and through meeting a range of role models from both within and beyond their community
· Every pupil experiences success
· For pupils to leave the school with pride, confidence and an understanding of their achievements


The school curriculum should aim to provide opportunities for all pupils to learn and to achieve. The school curriculum also aims to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and prepare all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life. These aims are summarised as: - communication skills, numeracy, study skills, problem solving skills, personal and social skills and skills in I.C.T. In addition, the school strives for equality of opportunities, and promotes a positive approach to Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) and Citizenship, and particularly teaches children a multicultural approach to society. Where appropriate the school provides support for children with Special Educational Needs to match the requirements of individuals. In order to promote the maximum learning opportunities for pupils, each child has a home-school agreement which clearly states the expectations and obligations of the school, the parent and the pupil. It is encouraged that all parties to this agreement sign it as a token of their commitment.


The Fun Factory After school Club runs Monday to Friday night from 3.30 – 6.00pm in the school, term time only.  The price is £2.50 per hour for first child in each family, then £2 for other children in the same family. Children from age reception to 13 years welcome.  The children are collected from school by members of staff.

There is range of activities for the children to do and plenty of room to play. 


If your child has a regular place on a particular day please let us know if they are not coming along to an evening so that we can offer the place to a child who is waiting.  Any messages can be left on the booking form in the school reception for the staff member of the club.

Please note all children must be collected by an adult 16+ if someone different collects please send a letter of confirmation.  At 6pm if your child has not been collected we have arranged with Val Crompton (reg childminder) next to Cong Church, in the Manse to then look after the child.

Pottery/ ceramics will be organised on Wednesday evenings and Drama on Tuesday evenings.

To register, contact or leave a message at school.

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