Crowle C of E First School

Crowle C of E First School

Caring. Confident. Committed to Learning.

School Lane, Crowle, Worcester WR7 4AT

01905 381206

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Crowle CE First School is a happy, caring and supportive village school, situated on the outskirts of Worcester and part of the Pershore pyramid. We welcome children into our lovely school aged four through to the end of Year 4 and our school vision is for every child to be "Caring, Confident and Committed to their learning."

We are blessed with fantastic outside spaces, a family atmosphere and caring staff who know our pupils inside out. Our small classes, coupled with excellent teaching, have enabled us to ensure our pupils have an excellent start to their school life. Our recent Ofsted in October 2019, rated the school as Good and highlighted the fact that our “pupils love school” and that they “thrive and achieve well”.

Our primary aim at Crowle CE First School is to give each child the very best possible start in life and to empower them to go on to be confident, successful and responsible adults. Our dedicated and committed staff work very closely together to provide a stimulating curriculum in a safe, happy environment in which each and every child can grow and flourish– academically, spiritually, morally and socially.  We truly believe that when children feel happy, safe and relaxed then they will achieve their very best, in all that they do.  We offer children an environment where they thrive.  Our curriculum is broad and balanced, and offers exciting opportunities for all; forest school, local tournaments, music lessons, swimming lessons, residential trips, art competitions, talent shows etc are all interwoven in to our curriculum and enable every child the opportunity to shine!

We also have a very active parent forum (Friends of Crowle) who tirelessly fundraise for our school, whilst giving children a range of opportunities and the chance to come together as a community.  Some examples of what they have put on for the school is annual bonfire party, scarecrow trails, Christmas tree design competitions, art competitions, Christmas jumper sale etc.  All funds are used to support the children of the school.  

Our school forms an important part of the local community and we work hard to maintain positive links. Our work in school is supported and monitored carefully by a very effective Local Academy Board. As a Church of England school, we very much value our relationship with our local church.  

Latest School Calendar Events

Governor Meeting22Jun2021

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Transition Day02Jul2021

Transition Day05Jul2021

Sports Day07Jul2021

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Whole School Trip08Jul2021

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