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Chappel C E (C) Primary School
The Street, Chappel, CO6 2DD, UK Colchester
+44 (0)1787 222296

chappel school title

Chappel C of E (Controlled) Primary School was founded by the Church of England in 1871 to provide education according to the principles and practices of the Church of England.  The school became a Controlled School in 1951.

The Church has pioneered in the field of universal education and founded a substantial number of the nation's schools.  Church Schools continue to be part of the nation's maintained system of education and are operated in partnership with the Local Education Authority.  Each Church School has a governing body, constituted in accordance with its Instrument of Government, which is responsible for the School, and on which the Church, Local Authorities, parents and teachers will be represented.

The School which is legally owned by the Trustees is a Church foundation and is controlled by the Local Education Authority which has full financial responsibility for its maintenance.  The Church remains represented on the governing body and is able to foster links between the School, and the Church and the local community.


This accommodation consists of a hall which is equipped for physical education, a servery, three classrooms, one of which is a relocatable classroom, a Library and Resource Room and an administrative office.  The school has well developed grounds and a playing field.  A secure play area has been developed for the Foundation stage children.


The aim of all Church Primary Schools is to provide the best possible education for each child within the context of a caring Christian community.  The school provides a balanced curriculum and develops the work of individual children according to their age and ability.

At Chappel School we aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum, meeting the requirements of the National Curriculum and beyond. In addition to the National Curriculum we also teach French to all children.

The National Curriculum consists of five core subjects:


Information Communication Technology (ICT)



Religious Education

and six foundation subjects:

Design Technology

Physical Education






In order to help pupils identify with the school and feel proud that they belong here, we have a Chappel School uniform.  Our school uniform is as follows:


Grey Trousers or skirt/pinafore

Chappel School or navy knitted v-neck jumper

White shirt or polo shirt

Black Shoes

The Chappel School Tie is optional although we feel children look very smart in a tie and encourage the wearing of it in the Autumn and Winter months. Our uniform is more relaxed in the summer term to take account of the warmer weather which may make the wearing of restrictive clothing uncomfortable.

Summer Term
Blue gingham dresses for girls

White polo shirts for boys

Grey school shorts or trousers for boys

Black/white shoes or sandals

PE Kit

Navy Blue Shorts

Chappel School or plain pale blue T shirt

Black Plimsolls

Trainers for outdoors if required


Encourage, nurture and develop enquiring minds and a lifelong love of learning

Make children feel safe and valued within an open and friendly environment

Encourage children to be independent and positive members of the community

Involve parents and carers as partners in their children’s education

Help children develop respect for themselves, others and the environment within a Christian ethos

Enable children to develop the self-confidence necessary to realise their potential

Promote healthy hearts and minds

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