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Eden Park Infants & Nursery School
Drew Street, TQ5 9LA Brixham
01803 852001

Welcome to Eden Park Primary School!

We believe that our school is a happy school, with high expectations, a caring atmosphere and an exciting challenging curriculum, but above all, a school that children really want to come to. Just ask them!

We also believe strongly that children should have opportunities to develop a wide range of skills and interests beyond the school curriculum. Our extensive range of clubs (over 25 a week!) includes art, music, sport and foreign languages. The school is always busy with events, trips, concerts and inter-school matches. It really does buzz!

Eden Park Primary School Aims

"We want every child in our school to reach their maximum potential, to be happy and confident, adventurous and determined to succeed, ready to become healthy global citizens. We work hard but we have fun!"

  • To create together a learning community for children and adults that is high in expectation and challenge and grounded in first hand experience, a community that is self-evaluating and continually striving for improvement.
  • To ensure that all adults and children in our school are respected and respect others, their cultures, their differences and their opinions.
  • To encourage in our children a sense of care and tolerance and the courage to take responsibility for their own actions
  • To secure a commitment to excellent behaviour
  • To engage the whole school community in providing a powerful learning environment, rich in creativity and innovation, where we celebrate the achievements of all.
  • To work with families and members of the local community to create strong links and to place our school at its heart.

We have a strong staff team with a wide range of talents and a great deal of experience. They are enthusiastic and committed to the school.

The school has positive links with the local community and our open door policy actively encourages parents to work in close partnership with us.

The school is the result of amalgamation in 2005 and as such benefits from the
continuous, progressive learning of a primary school curriculum. Our excellent facilities and extensive site will be enhanced dramatically by a new building opening in September 2006.

For more information on us please see our prospectus.

Whole School Code

  • We walk around our school
  • We keep to the left of corridors and stairs
  • We show respect and listen to everyone at our school
  • We do as we are asked by the adults at our school
  • We talk politely and respectfully to everyone at our school
  • We eat our dinner quietly, tidily and sensibly
  • We let grown ups go through doors before us
  • We keep the school neat and tidy
  • We queue sensibly

Playground Code

  • We play safely and sensibly
  • We stay in agreed areas
  • We look after all the equipment
  • We are polite and friendly
  • We follow the rules of any game we are playing
  • We play with a range of people and help everyone to feel welcome and included
  • We are polite and helpful to adults
  • We stay out of the school building unless given permission

Assembly Code

We walk quietly and sensibly to the hall We sit flat on our bottoms We sit next to people we can be sensible with We are polite and respectful to everyone We keep our hands to ourselves We sit quietly and listen actively We think about what we are listening to We contribute by putting our hand up We clap sensibly We leave the hall quietly and sensibly

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