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Maynards Green Community Primary School
Maynards Green, TN21 0DD, UK Heathfield
+44 (0)1435 812622

This village school, lies in the heart of the rural East Sussex. It is set in an extensive area of secure playing fields and its facilities include a swimming pool, and adventure trail and new classroom accommodation. Teaching area are spacious and bright and include an ICT suite which is accessed by all the pupils.

The school is well served by a dedicated and enthusiastic staff team. The curriculum, which includes the national curriculum, has breadth and depth and the standard of curriculum delivery is very high. The learning opportunities offered to the pupils are enriched by involvement in the many clubs and societies which children may join both during and after school hours.

Maynards Green Community Primary School is an inclusive School, It welcomes the involvement and co-operation of the parent body and constantly strives to offer a high quality educational service to the parents carers and children of the community it serves.

Verity Poole
Head Teacher

Contact Details

Maynards Green Community Primary School
Maynards Green
East Sussex,
TN21 0DD
Tel: 01435 812622
Fax: 01435 813944

How to find us
For a map of the area please click here

From Horam
From the main A267 turn onto the B2203 through the village and follow this road north until you come to Maynards Green after approximately one mile. The school is on your left opposite a telephone box.

From Heathfield
From the A265 (which runs east west) Turn south onto the Hailsham road at the traffic lights at the top of Mutton Hall hill. Follow this south for approximately 2 miles until you arrive in Maynards Green. The school is on the right opposite a telephone box.


- to provide an atmosphere of trust and understanding in which the children can enjoy

a sense of security and learn self-discipline.

-. to help the children learn that courtesy, good manners and consideration for others

are important qualities.

-. to help the children develop lively, enquiring minds, the ability to question and argue

rationally and to apply themselves to tasks, and physical skills.

-. to help the children to acquire knowledge and skills relevant to adult life and

employment in a fast changing world.

-. to help children to use language and numbers effectively.

-. to instil respect for religious and moral values, and tolerance of other races, religions

and ways of life.

-. to help children understand the world in which they live and the interdependence of

-. individuals, groups and nations.

-. to help children to appreciate human achievements and aspirations.

-. to work with parents to help children maximise their potential.

-. to create a community in which each child and each member of staff, teaching and

non- teaching, is treated as an important individual.



We are an inclusive school and welcome children and parent/carers regardless of background or disability. We teach children to respect each other, and have regard to their beliefs and experiences. The school has clear policies for identifying and supporting children with learning and behavioural difficulties. Children may be given additional help in groups or individually, both within and away from the class.

Three classrooms have wheelchair access and there are toilets for disabled children and adults. On completion of building work in August 2005, all rooms will be accessible to all, regardless of disability. A disabled parking space is adjacent to the school entrance, which is at ground level. Mrs Coleman, the Special Needs Co-ordinator, works with individuals and groups of children and provides advice and support for teachers and teaching assistants.

Liason with parents is an important part of this process. Progress is monitored carefully and tragets set for each child.

The Accessibility Plan is available to all parents from the school office.

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