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Georgeham C E Primary School
Georgeham, EX33 1JT, UK Braunton
+44 (0)1271 890440

Welcome to Georgeham Primary School!

We are a Church of England (VC) Primary School, serving the villages of Georgeham and Croyde as well as the surrounding area. We try to use our local environment as much as we can and we are lucky enough to have villages, farms, beaches, Henry Williamson's Writing Hut, Baggy Point and a Millennium Wood all within the Parish.

We are all very proud of our school and work together to provide the best education we can. We have received the Healthy School Award and also the Activemark Gold Award for our achievement in sport.


We believe that a good school develops confidence and self esteem, encourages a sense of wonder, curiosity and consideration for the world around. It creates the widest opportunities and has the highest expectations for all its members both children and staff alike.

A good school recognises that a child learns courtesy, tolerance, commitment, integrity and responsibility from personal experience both at home and in school. We learn to value others by being valued ourselves, whoever we are.

In partnership with parents and with the support of the Church and wider community our school recognises a positive and enthusiastic attitude to lifelong learning.

We want to promote a sense of belonging and together with the personal qualities of honesty, kindness and self discipline thus form the basis for success and happiness in life.


Foundation Stage is for pupils in Playgroup/Nursery/Reception.

Key Stage 1 is for pupils in Years 1 and 2.

Key Stage 2 is for pupils in Years 3, 4, 5 & 6.

Key Stage 3 is for pupils at the Secondary School

Key Stage 4 is for pupils at the Secondary School

Our school has children in the Foundation Stage and Key Stages 1 & 2. There are usually two classes for the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 and two classes for Key Stage 2.

How Is The Curriculum Organised?

In Georgeham we work hard to give the children a very broad and enriching curriculum covering all areas of humanities, maths, English, science, the arts, design and technology, computer technology and physical education. However, underpinning the whole ethos of our school is the belief in the value of the individual and that individual in relation to others. In developing schemes of work the School ensures they are designed to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum, the Every Child Matters agenda and our aims.

All children in School are taught the following subjects in an age-appropriate way, which is relevant to the children and often within a thematic approach. We try whenever we can to include visits and visitors to inspire and enthuse the children.


Children will have a chance to join after-school clubs. These change from term to term but may involve chess, pottery, gymnastics, gardening, athletics & sports, art, computers, netball, tag rugby, kwik cricket and drama.

We visit other schools to play football, netball, etc., and compete in local tournaments.

We go on outings and residential visits form a very important part of the curriculum and the children's development.

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