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Churchgate C E V A Primary School
Hobbs Cross Road, CM17 0LB, UK Harlow
+44 (0)1279 866059

Churchgate Church of England Primary School, Harlow, Essex

I would like to offer you a warm welcome to Churchgate Church of England Primary School which is a small community school.

We are proud of our school and place a special emphasis on our relationship with parents, the local church of St Mary's and the wider community. You are always welcome in the school both at our special events and at other times. Our aim is to develop an effective partnership with parents so that we can work together for the benefit of the children.

At Churchgate we recognise that children have individual needs, and these are considered in our teaching and learning goals. We encourage the pupils to be part of a caring community, through our Personal, Health and Social Education, and our Christian ethos.

Our Monday assemblies are taken by St Mary's team, led by Tim Standford who is responsible for the church's outreach work, and St Mary's vicar Dave Welch. We also have assembly every morning of the week, and end of term services for which all the classes walk down to the church for a seasonal service. Visitors and family are cordially invited to these occasions. You will find that in our services, a key element is the lively choice of songs, and pupils will often 'raise the roof' with their enthusiastic singing.

We have an active Friends of Churchgate group who organise social events and fundraising to support the school and a very supportive Governing Body.

We want our children to be happy, successful, disciplined and self-motivated.
I encourage you to browse around our website.

You will find our OFSTED report, prospectus, school policies and information about the school in the Documents section of our site. If you have a suggestion, observation or complaint about our website, our Web Policies, also in the Documents section of our site, gives advice on the best way to let us know.

In the News section we publish our weekly newsletters. Newsletters are one of the ways staff let parents know what is going on at school. In these weekly Churchgate News letters you find details of school events, visitors and activities that serve to enliven the curriculum, alongside information about after school clubs and extra curricular activities in which the children of Churchgate Primary School can participate.

I sincerely hope that you enjoy your visit and my thanks go to Mrs Kett and Mrs Redgewell who have worked so hard to refresh our site.

Best Wishes

Linda Turnbull (Mrs)
(Head Teacher)


If you are a pupil of Churchgate School, welcome to your page of the website.

We would like to put up more detailed or larger photographs for you to remember your best events at school. Unfortunately, if we did this the page would take way too long to open up!

If you want to make a comment please do so in the guestbook section. You may want to leave any ideas of what information that you feel is missing from this page.

Mrs Kett reads all the entries and will try to act on any of your suggestions. For example should we have a book reviews page? You could recommend any entertaining reads to your friends? What about websites that you enjoy? or top homework tips?

Please make sure that you follow the Kid Smart link about keeping safe on the Internet.

To find out about keeping yourself safe on the internet, please follow the Kid Smart link in the Links section of our site.

Best regards, Mrs Kett.


Churchgate Primary School follows the National Curriculum and strives to make learning enjoyable, challenging and fun. The picture, "Reception Class helping Noah count up his flocks and herds", illustrates the teaching of Maths at Churchgate School.

The following table shows the subject co-ordinator responsible for each subject area. The school's policy associated with each subject can be can be found in the documents section of this website.  





Mrs M.Stewart

Year 6


Ms J.Crow

Year 2


Mrs F.Richardson

Reception Year R


Mrs. M. Kett

Year 3


Mrs L.Scott

Year 4


Mr J.Loader

Year 5


Mrs S. Brown

Year 1


Mrs L. Turnbull



Mr. J. Loader

Year 5


Mrs L. Turnbull


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