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St Lukes C E (C) Primary School
Church Road, Tiptree, CO5 0SU, UK Colchester
+44 (0)1621 815456

St Luke's Church Primary School was founded in 1863 to provide education according to the principles and practices of the Church of England.

Following the reorganisation of many Church of England schools in the 1950's, St Luke's became a controlled school. This means that some of the governing body is drawn from the foundation, representing the Church of England, and the rest is made up of County nominated and other lay people, giving a total of 14 governors.

The school occupies the site immediately adjacent to St Luke's Church, and this reinforces the feeling of community that we share.

The school building has undergone two main developments and improvements. In 1979 an extension for three early years classes was completed and in 1995, after many long years of pressure, protests and persuasion, the final phase was added. This gave us three new class bases, a new hall, kitchen, library and a new reception and administrative area. Also added outside were a new infant playground, a car park and an imaginative landscaped area. The junior playground was extended and the generous field was re-seeded and generally revitalised. During 2002-2003 the landscaping project got underway. With huge amounts of assistance from some very willing parents, grandparents and friends a story circle was built and three themed gardens designed and planted.

Now at last we have a quality in our physical environment that supports and enhances the quality of educational provision for which the school has long been noted. The school is part of the Tiptree and Stanway consortium. This group of 16 primary schools share a number of activities in order to strengthen their quality and enhance the educational provision for their pupils.

Thanks to the hard work of one of our teachers, Simon Daw, we have a comprehensive history of the school on his website. Click here to view.

To view our prospectus and different policies click here.


Welcome to the Sunshine & Rainbow rooms

Here are some pictures of the sunshine room. The outside area has just been redeveloped and we have a lovely cottage to play in.


 Click on the painter to view a selection of our work.


Here are some pictures of the rainbow room. We have a fantastic outside area and lots of exciting things to do in the classroom.

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