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Goodleigh C E Primary School
Goodleigh, EX32 7LU, UK Barnstaple
+44 (0)1271 342977

Welcome to Goodleigh C of E Primary School


  • Ourselves. We value ourselves as unique human beings, capable of spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical growth and development.
  • Our Relationships. We value others for themselves, not only for what they have or what they can do for us. We value positive relationships as fundamental to the development and fulfillment of ourselves and others, and to the good of the community.
  • Our Society. We value truth, freedom, justice, human rights, the rule of law and collective effort for the common good. In particular, we value families as sources of love and support for all their members, and as the basis of a society in which people care for others.
  • Our environment.We value the environment, both natural and shaped by humanity, as the basis of life and a source of wonder and inspiration.


  • Each child has a unique mixture of talents and we encourage every individual to reach their full potential by providing a curriculum which aims to meet academic, social, moral, physical, emotional and spiritual needs.School aims to be inspiring, enjoyable, supportive, exciting and challenging, giving children and adults a real sense of achievement.
  • Learning is a lifelong process, and the partnership between home and school is a vital element of this. We value the experiences which children bring to school and build on these. Parents are given every opportunity to be fully involved in school life.
  • As a Church school, our ethos is Christian. In addition, we encourage children to respect and begin to understand the range of cultural and religious beliefs within contemporary Britain and beyond.
  • There are important skills, attitudes, and aspects of knowledge, which children learn in Primary School. The National Curriculum is the basis for this, enhanced with a variety of creative and physical experiences to provide a broad, balanced and creative curriculum.
  • We aim to prepare children physically for a healthy lifestyle by instilling enjoyment of regular physical activity.
  • It is important that children develop a good understanding of themselves both as individuals and as learners. They are encouraged to take responsibility for their actions and to build co-operative and respectful relationships with others.
  • Children are encouraged to see themselves both as valuable members of the school and as part of the local community. Our intention is to prepare them to become responsible citizens, willing and able to play their part within a sustainable, global and rapidly changing world.
  • We aim to instill in children a respect for the natural world which encourages them to work towards preserving it's balance and diversity.


Our prime aim is to develop positive attitudes to learning within ALL our children.

So, in our teaching we seek to provide a wider, broad based curriculum into which the Literacy and Numeracy strategies and the whole of the National Curriculum can be placed.

PLANNING: Our curriculum, teaching, learning and assessment policies are drawn up, used and revised on a regular basis.

We aim to develop curiosity, initiative, self-confidence and esteem and self discipline, together with a sense of belonging to the school, and the local community.

As a small school we think that one of our strengths lies in the development of personal relationships. We have time to tend to issues of personal, social and moral education due to our scale. We get to know children and parents over the course of several years.

STAFFING: The children spend more time with individual teachers than they might do in a larger school. The teacher and the child enjoy a sustained relationship that allows for a greater understanding of individual concerns and needs.

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