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Kingskerswell C E V C Primary School
Coffinswell Lane, Kingskerswell, TQ12 5HN, UK Newton Abbot
+44 (0)180-487-3398


Our school is in the village of Kingskerswell which is between Newton Abbot and Torquay in the lovely County of Devon, England. We are proud of our school, and of the achievements of our students. We have friendly staff and a supportive Board of Governors and Parent / Teachers Association.


  • To be a welcoming, friendly and well ordered school providing a safe and happy environment at all times, for everybody.
  • To ensure equal opportunities for all in all aspects of school life, irrespective of race, belief, gender, academic or physical ability.
  • To be a school that strives to achieve the highest standards.
  • To be a school that reflects on its own practice and strives for improvement.
  • To be a school that monitors the quality of teaching and learning, and acts upon the findings so that strengths are clearly identified and areas for improvement are targeted.
  • To help children through education, support and guidance to become well adjusted, fully rounded individuals.
  • To be a school that forges strong links with the Church and the local community, celebrates its achievements in the community, and of which the community is proud.


We are required to teach a broad and balanced curriculum including the National Curriculum subjects of mathematics, English, science, information and communication technology, design technology, physical education, history, geography, art, music and religious education.

The National Curriculum sets out the knowledge and skills that every child has a right to learn. It is a framework that helps to ensure that children are taught in a way that is balanced and manageable, but also challenging.

The framework provides standards that measure how well children are doing in each subject.

The Foundation Stage happens before the National Curriculum. It is a framework for children’s learning in nursery or reception class.


The aim is to create a culture in which all pupils are encouraged to reach high standards and where it is acceptable to work hard and be successful. To support this, the school organises extra-curricular opportunities classes for all pupils after school and it invites Gifted and Talented pupils to attend local Gifted and Talented Enrichment Courses.

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