Crowle C.E. First School has been at the centre of education for the children of Crowle and surrounding farms and cottages since it was opened in 1864.
Over the years it has been modernised and extended and it is now a popular First School for rising 4 - 9 year old children. It is controlled by the Local Education Authority, offering places for 75 pupils, with a planned admission level of 15 children per annum.
The school is situated in a pleasant, rural setting enjoying all the peace and tranquillity of the delightful Worcestershire countryside yet within easy reach of both the M5 motorway and the City of Worcester. Conveniently placed in the heart of the village the school provides a natural and valuable focus for community activity.
The school is in the first tier of the Pershore "pyramid" with seven other similar village schools. Pupils from the school transfer to St. Nicholas C.E. Middle School at Pinvin at 9+, which is a purpose built modern school where they stay until the age of 12+, when they transfer to Pershore High School.