EDENBRIDGE PRIMARY SCHOOL
" A BRIDGE TO SUCCESS "
which, inter alia, reported
"This is a good school" "pupils achieve well" "good teaching and reduced class sizes account for the good progress" "pupils behave well and have a good attitude to learning" "pupils enjoy a wealth of extra-curricular activities and are keen to make a positive contribution to the school and the wider community"
"all pupils are well prepared for secondary school"
A very warm welcome to Edenbridge Primary School. We hope the website will contain lots of interesting information to inform you about our school activities and the people within it.
At Edenbridge all members of the school community work together to create a safe and secure working environment where every child is able to achieve the very best they can. The whole school community shares a common set of values which we promote regularly through assemblies and in lessons. These shared values ensure that we promote high standards of behaviour and also ensure that the children achieve high standards of personal, social and intellectual development.
We are continually developing the curriculum to ensure that all of the children are able to achieve their full potential. We have a full programme of educational trips and visitors to our school to provide a wide variety of experiences beyond the classroom.
We have very committed team of teachers who are supported by an invaluable team of support and administrative staff. We also have very committed and involved governers who constantly support what we do, challenge us to do better and help drive the school forward. The school also has a wonderful PTFA which organises regular fund raising and social activities for us.
Edenbridge Primary School creates a positive and nurturing ethos. OFSTED has reported as such and has found that the children enjoy coming to our school. Our success is down to many factors but mostly it is down to our biggest asset – the children. Why not visit us and see for yourself - you will be very welcome.
Page last updated:
Tuesday 18 November 2014