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North Crawley C E School
Church Walk, North Crawley, MK16 9LL, UK Newport Pagnell
+44 (0)1234 391282



North Crawley Church of England School is a small, friendly and popular village school that features on the Chief Inspector of Schools 'Honours List' of particularly successful schools.

We provide a safe, caring environment in which children can learn and achieve their full potential.

  • Rural Location

  • Purpose-built Early Years area

  • Very small class sizes

  • Strong links with the local community

  • Christian Ethos and Traditional Values

  • Up to date computer suite with the latest technology and classroom aids

Select one of the options on the left hand side to find out more about the school, children, staff and governors.  The latest Ofsted Report was published in October 2003, click here for more details.


An important aspect of the school is setting out what we aim to achieve in terms of your children's education.  However we also place importance on all aspects of children's development including links with the Church and the local community.  Click on the links below to find more information about this.


 subject inspection of Personal, Social & Health Education (PSHE) was undertaken by HMI in September 2006 when the school was judged to be outstanding.

As a result of receiving an excellent Ofsted report in 2003, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools honoured the school by including it in Ofsted's list of most successful schools in England.

In 2003 the school received an Achievement Award from the DfES for its rising standards and achievements in SATs results.

The school was last inspected by Ofsted in 2003 and outstanding comments were made about the school.  Click on the links below to find out more details of each of the above.


The curriculum we provide for your child encompasses their whole development in the areas of intellectual, moral, physical, cultural, emotional, spiritual and social growth.  To achieve this we follow the National Curriculum and other statutory requirements.  The National Curriculum applies to children of compulsory school age and is organised on the basis of four key stages. It sets out the most important knowledge and skills that every child has a right to learn.

Children who are not yet at the age to commence the National Curriculum follow the Foundation Curriculum at the school.  This, in many ways, is an even more important part of a child's development and learning process.

Click on the links below to find out more about the curriculum and also what your child will be doing at school each half term.


The school is part of Milton Keynes Education Authority and operates as a primary school.  On leaving the school children normally progress to a Key Stage 2 school in the same authority.  Click on the links below to view more information about admissions and progression to middle schools.


School Trips and Visits

"Primary education is a critical stage in children's development - it shapes them for later life.  As well as giving them the essential tools for learning, primary education is about children experiencing the joy of discovery, solving problems, being creative ..."  (from Excellence and Enjoyment: A Strategy for Primary Schools published by DfES)

Educational trips and visits are an integral part of the curriculum at North Crawley CE School. Visits have included Hazard Alley, Milton Keynes Museum of Rural Life and Emberton Park. We encourage visitors and local people to our school to enhance the curriculum we provide.

Click on the links below to see photographs of the children enjoying some of the activities and visits undertaken by the school.

Policy of Charging

Governors at North Crawley CE School have agreed a policy whereby parents may be invited to make a voluntary contribution towards the cost of some activities, which take place during term time. No child will be excluded from such activities through lack of contribution. However, if there is insufficient financial support the activity or visit may have to be cancelled.

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