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Landscore Primary School
Threshers, EX17 3JH, UK Crediton
+44 (0)1363 772018

Welcome To Our School

The school has 11 modern, well equipped classrooms plus a library, music room, art room and a large all purpose assembly hall, which is fully equipped with stage lights and an excellent sound system. The new twenty-eight station computer suite was installed in 2005 and runs a wide range of educational software. At present there are electronic whiteboards in 4 classrooms and digital data projectors in every one. We also have a 'wireless' facility for Internet access throughout the school. There are two hard play areas and a large playing field, a new adventure play area and agreed areas for specific types of games and "quiet" activities. The field is enclosed and surrounded by trees, and banks of shrubs. In addition there is a woodland area with a pond and an enclosed outside area for early years play and learning activities. We have recently made some raised beds for growing vegetables and have installed a greenhouse for children to learn about propagation. There is an attractive entrance foyer and reception area and electronic access control on all main doors. The main pupil/parent entrance and cloakroom now has a wide TV monitor on which the school's weekly diary, general notices and pupils' work is displayed. The school is fully adapted for disabled access, with bespoke toilet and washroom facilities and a lift to the upper floor.


  • Be healthy - will make informed choices about being healthy and staying safe
  • Stay safe - will thrive in a safe and happy learning environment
  • Enjoy and achieve - will engage with a vibrant curriculum and fulfil their capacity to learn
  • Make a positive contribution - will become self-confident, informed and active citizens will treat each other with respect
  • Achieve economic well-being - will be equipped to cope with change and engage with the world around them


There are currently 277 pupils on roll and these are organized into 11 single and mixed age classes, ranging from 23 to 29 children. There are 12 full-time and 2 part-time teachers, a non-class based Headteacher, 7 Teaching Assistants working with small groups or individual children with Special Educational Needs and a part-time ICT Assistant. The school is organized into three teaching teams, Team 1 (Foundation and Key Stage 1), Team 2 (Years 3 and 4) and Team 3 (Years 5 and 6). In addition there are teams of mealtime assistants, catering and cleaning staff and two administrative staff. All staff members work together to share and promote the school's positive ethos and commitment to develop all individuals and help them to achieve their best. Staff and children aim to work together in an atmosphere of mutual respect and co-operation. Landscore is a happy and successful school.


The curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2 is planned as a two year rolling programme to cater for mixed age classes and focuses on cross-curricular themes, developing skills and pupil learning. There is an ongoing focus on high standards and progress for individual pupils, which is reflected in the good progress that children make and good and improving SATs results in both KS1 and KS2. There is a separate curriculum for the Foundation Stage, which has a strong emphasis on learning through carefully structured play activities. Children make good progress in the Foundation Stage.

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