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Kentisbeare C E Primary School
Fore Street, Cullompton,EX15 2AD
01884 266330

We thank you for your interest in our friendly village school and extend a warm welcome to children, parents, carers and families of children who wish to find out more about us.

Kentisbeare is a thriving village Primary School founded in 1793. It is a Church of England Primary School and still maintains the principles of its foundation. Christian values underpin the aims of the school.

Our caring, stimulating environment aims to develop each child's full potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

We make our school personal - every child and adult matters here.

This website aims to give you information about our whole learning community.

Tracey Hailey, Headteacher

Aims and Ethos Statement

Recognising its foundation, the school will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with the church at parish and diocesan level.

The school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its children.

The School Aims to:-

  • Work in partnership with parents to encourage each child to reach their full potential.
  • Create a positive learning environment where each person belongs, feels valued, happy and secure.
  • Play an active role in, and value the input of, the local community.
  • Build a caring community based on mutual respect and individual responsibility.
  • Encourage the children to be sensitive to the needs of the local and global environment.

We endeavour to achieve the Aims by:-

  • Providing a balanced and well–conceived curriculum, mindful of the National Curriculum.
  • Being aware of pupils' social, spiritual, cognitive and emotional needs.
  • Evaluating and monitoring pupils' progress through both formal and informal assessment.


The role of the School’s Governing Body is to set the School’s policy framework, to support the Head-teacher and staff in the management of the school, to improve the School’s financial effectiveness, to represent the parents in the delivery of the curriculum, to raise educational standards and to represent the community in general in the running of the school, and much more.

Much of the work of the Governing Body takes place in various committees (finance, personnel, premises, curriculum, etc.), with the full Governing Body meeting twice per term to discuss issues affecting the whole school and to ratify recommendations from committees.
The Governing Body at Kentisbeare is made up of 4 elected parent governors, 3 foundation governors, 3 LEA governors, a teachers representative, a non-teaching staff representative, the vicar, the head-teacher and co-opted governor. Other than the head-teacher and the vicar, each governor serves for 4 years at a time.

Jill Persey (Foundation)

Alan Mugleston (LEA)

Karen Berkeley (Parent)
Queenie Broom (LEA)
Debbie Chave (Staff)
Carol Clarke (Teacher)
Simon Cooper (Community)
Jodee Culver-Evans (Parent)
Martin Disney (Community)
Tracey Hailey (Head-teacher)
Stephanie Hicks (Foundation)
SallyAnn Martin (Parent)
Rev Phillip Sourbut (Foundation)
Neil Woofenden (Parent)
Vacancy (Parent)

Clerk to the Governors
Rachael Smith

Much of the work of the Governing Body takes place in various committees (finance, personnel, premises, curriculum, etc.), with the full Governing Body meeting twice per term to discuss issues affecting the whole school and to ratify recommendations from committees.

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