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Elm C E Primary School
Main Road, Elm, PE14 0AG, UK Wisbech
Tel. 01945 860295, Fax: 01945 860295

Aims of the School

The overriding aim of Elm School is to enable each child to realise his or her maximum potential. Every child will be encouraged to develop the skills, attitudes and knowledge to enable them to relate to others, become self-confident and understand their place in a community, where each member has rights as well as duties.

To enable this to occur a programme is continually being developed to:

1. Create a stimulating environment where children’s work is valued and presented well.

2. Ensure the structured development of language, mathematical and scientific skills throughout the whole school, which can be related to the children’s immediate environment.

3. Extend each child’s ability in physical skills, music, drama, art, technology and design, coupled with a knowledge and understanding of the world they live in;

4. Deliver each of the subjects of the National Curriculum in an interesting, integrated and meaningful way;

5. Extend each child’s ability and confidence to solve problems and take increasing responsibility for their attitudes and behaviour;

6. Lead each child to understand their role in a community where each member has rights as well as duties, and to be socially aware, sharing fully and positively in the life of the school and the wider community;

7. To identify and organise resources to aid these developments.



Staff Training Days (School Closed): Monday 3rd September 2007

Autumn Term opens: Tuesday 4th September 2006
Half Term: 22nd October – 26th October (Inclusive)
Autumn Term closes : Wednesday 19th December 2007


Staff Training Day (School Closed): Thursday 3rd January 2008
Staff Training Day (School Closed): Friday 4th January 2008

Spring Term opens: Monday 7th January 2008
Half Term: 11th February – 15th February (inclusive)
Spring Term closes: Thursday 20th March 2008

Staff Training Day (School Closed): Monday 7th April 2008

Summer Term opens: Tuesday 8th April 2008
May Day Holiday: Monday 5th May 2008
Key Stage 2 SATs: Monday 12th May – Friday 16th May 2008
Half Term: 26th May – 30th May (Inclusive)
Staff Training Day (School Closed): Monday 23rd June 2008
Summer Term closes: Tuesday 22nd July 2008


This year's prospectus is available to download by clicking on the link below:

School Prospectus 2007/8


In this area you will find a summary of the work that the children in each class will cover over the coming year. You will see that each subject has been broken down into the topics to be taught each term.

We hope that you find this useful and informative. As well as giving you an idea of the topics your child will be involved in, it will hopefully allow you to discuss their work with them in a more informed way and engage in activities at home that might support them in their learning.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of this plan with us, please do not hesitate to speak either to your child’s teacher, or to me.

Chris Child

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