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Ivy Chimneys Primary School
Ivy Chimneys Road, CM16 4EP, UK Epping
+44 (0)1992 573518

Welcome to

Ivy Chimneys Primary School

At Ivy Chimneys Primary School we are committed to providing a well balanced and varied curriculum which will enable all children to develop a responsible and independent attitude towards learning; reach their potential in terms of academic achievement, aesthetic appreciation and spiritual awareness; be tolerant and understanding with respect for the rights,  views and property of others.
The information on our website and in our Prospectus will help you decide that Ivy Chimneys is ‘the school’ where you would like to send your children. If you need any further details, please contact our school office. You may also like to read the Governors’ Annual Report to Parents.



Within our school we aim to provide a learning environment which is happy, stable and interesting for all children and a wide variety of activities take place both inside and outside the classroom. The curriculum which we provide is broad and balanced. It covers all the elements required within the framework of the National Curriculum, to which all children have equal access.

High standards of work and behaviour are expected from all of our children and we impress upon them that while we have only a few school "rules", those we do have are based upon the safety of the children and the mutual care and respect of all the individuals within our community.


The Foundation Stage of the curriculum is the first part of the National Curriculum, focusing on the distinct needs of children aged three to the end of the reception year.

The children work on the following six areas of learning -

Personal, social and emotional development

Communication, Language and literacy

Mathematical development

Knowledge and understanding of the world

Physical development

Creative development

Pupils in year 1 and 2 will be working on Key Stage 1 of the National Curriculum and those in years 3, 4, 5 and 6 will continue through Key Stage 2. The school provides a broad and well balanced curriculum in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum and develops the work of individual children according to their age and ability.

The following paragraphs give a brief outline of the Governing Body's statements of curriculum aims. These curriculum statements comply fully with the Local Education Authority policy and complete copies of all school curriculum policies can be obtained from the school office on request. Any question regarding the curriculum should first be addressed to the Headteacher and then if necessary, will be passed on to the Governors. There is an official Local Education Authority procedure for complaints in respect of curriculum.


Such activities take place mainly after school, but sometimes during the lunch break. Children are able to take advantage of tuition in brass and string instruments, as well as recorders. Clubs include art & craft, crochet, basketball, netball, tennis, French, football, rounders, gymnastics and dance as well as other activities, which may be appropriate at certain times.

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