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Two Village C E V C Primary School
Mayes Lane, Ramsey, CO12 5EL, UK Harwich
+44 (0)1255 880268

School Motto

Ethos of Two Village Church of England Primary School

Our mission statement and objectives were discussed and agreed by staff and governors during our Vision Day on 1st November 2005.  We used the priorities on the government’s paper, Every Child Matters to focus our minds on what matters to us!

Our mission statement: Together we care, grow, learn and achieve…..

At Two Village Primary within a Christian environment we:

  • Teach, challenge and inspire excellence within our community promoting life-long learning skills.
  • We trust and respect ourselves, each other and our environment.
  • We care about and take responsibility for our learning.
  • We provide opportunities which enable and encourage everyone to make informed choices.


We promote confidence in a safe environment and teach children about the consequences of their actions. We foster partnerships between the school, home and the wider community and show respect for other people, cultures and the environment.


We promote a healthy lifestyle by encouraging safe and environmentally friendly travel to school, healthy eating and extra curricular activities.  We promote emotional intelligence through, e.g. circle time, in order to develop self esteem and an empathy with others.


Every child matters: playing an important part in making each day happy, purposeful and educational. We provide a wide range of educational opportunities that allow them to make sense of the world around them. We offer opportunities for enriching and extending the curriculum, broadening children’s horizons with extra curricular activities, educational trips and inter-school sports.


We adopt different strategies for children and help build their self esteem to give them confidence to continue to learn for life with the emphasis on essential skills and using modern technology. We build in activities that require collaborative work, role play which encourages social interaction, empathy and an ability to work in a team. To embrace all learners we provide a broad, challenging and exciting curriculum linking learning to life with the emphasis on basic skills. We monitor and evaluate the progress of all children, encouraging them to attain their full potential by providing opportunities for them to develop their talents.

Positive contribution

We teach children to value and reflect on their learning experience, encouraging them to continue to learn independently. Through the School Council, children contribute to decision making and school improvement.


clockSchool Timetable

8:35am Children arrive at School and go straight to Classrooms
8:45am Lessons commence
10:30am Morning Break
10:50am Lessons resume
12:00noon Lunch hour
1:00 pm Afternoon lessons begin
3:00 pm School finishes

Early Years (general timetable)

pencil potThe general timetable for Early Years children is as follows:

8:35 am Children come into Class and self-register
8:45 am Early Years Activities commence
10:15 am Snack Time
10:45 am Lessons Resume
11:30 noon Lunch ‘Hour’
1:00 pm Afternoon lessons begin
2:45 pm School finishes

During the afternoon, the Early Years will have opportunities for working and playing outside whenever possible.


  • Generally, clubs are held every day after school between
    3:05pm - 3:45pm.
  • After school clubs are supervised by a member of staff or a qualified instructor.
  • Pupil’s parents or carers have to give their permission for their child attending an after school club.
  • A club register is taken at the beginning of every club.
  • If children sign up to a club we appreciate their commitment. If children are going to be absent from the club we ask parents to let the school know out of courtesy.

GuitarAfter school clubs include:


  • Football
  • Girls Football
  • Rounders
  • Computer
  • Kwick Cricket
  • Premier Sports
  • Rugby
  • Swimming


  • Recorder
  • Guitar

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