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Elm Hall Primary School
Conrad Road, CM8 2SD, UK Witham
+44 (0)1376 516025


Elm hall is an exciting forward- thinking primary school, where we have a happy caring ethos. Our aim is to develop well rounded children. We are a welcoming and friendly school with enthusiastic and confident children and staff.

Our staff are constantly evaluating and seeking ways to create a happy partnership. We acknowledge that parents play a key role in their child’s learning and aim to build on that foundation.
We hope you enjoy looking at our school website – as ever we are interested in any feedback you may have.

At Elm Hall we offer Reception children a new exciting learning space, indoor and out door, that supports their early Development and smooth transition into school.

We provide the year 1—6 years of Primary Education in a caring, positive climate. We have an attractive, modern environment, a skilled team of educators, great resources and varied seasonal extra curricular activities for children. Recent developments and planned developments will ensure that the school is able to provide buildings and resources that promote quality learning.

We are honest about what we offer. We don’t always get it right however we do promise that we will be available to talk and work through with parents and children any issues that arise.
We practice an ‘open door’ philosophy.

Children are supported throughout their time with us, utilizing outside agencies when necessary for direct contact with the children or training for staff.

We are available at any time to discuss what our school can and your children.

We believe we can offer your child a high quality learning environment, with staff that cares about your children and their needs.


Our school will promote the well being of every child. This means encouraging the highest personal achievement for all pupils, in all they undertake.

We want all children to feel good about them, develop their own individuality and independence and show tolerance and respect for others.

We want a place of learning where children’s rights are respected, where they accept their responsibilities, in a happy and secure school environment.
Learning is a life long process.
The children, their parents and the teachers are a team working towards clear goals.

Effective channels of communication will be provided, which aim to cater for children’s needs.

Success is to be valued and acknowledged.
We want quality work and will encourage children to do their best.

We want children, parents and teachers to feel good about themselves and their work.

We expect honesty and reliability.

Independence and initiative is encouraged.


English, Maths and P.E. are taught as subjects in their own right as well as part of cross-curricular work. All other subjects are generally taught as themed units of work.
When teachers plan their work they have detailed schemes of work for each subject to which to refer. These schemes are from the Department for Education and Skills (Dfes) and the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA). The schemes specify what is to be taught at each stage, and how much time should be allocated to each subject over the Academic year.
There are many occasions when children are engaged in activities where the boundaries between subject area overlap, or when work in one subject is used to support or reinforce work in a different subject area. Reading and Writing skills, in particular, are integrated throughout.

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