Eardisley Church of England Primary School is unique and special, offering a strong tradition of Christian values, a world-class curriculum and the highest of educational standards.
Our keynote is our culture, which is one of immediate warmth and friendliness. We are one big family where we all look out for one another: all are welcomed and all are cherished.
Throughout children's education at Eardisley Church of England Primary School is an emphasis on academic success combined with the development of rich personal and inter-personal skills. We strive for every child to reach his or her full potential as well as discover and develop unique talents. We hope that every day will be for them a journey of discovery, providing exciting challenges as well as the thrill of success.
In our spacious building and attractive grounds we have created a vibrant and purposeful, yet relaxed and caring environment. Our happy and confident children know they are valued as individuals and that they each have a unique contribution to make to our school and the wider community.
I am very proud of this school in which children demonstrate their Christian values and view learning as exciting and fun.
We would love you to join us here. Why not come and see us for yourselves?
I look forward to seeing you soon and hope you will share my enthusiasm for this wonderful school.
No one cares like you.
Thank you for letting Jesus come down to earth to show us the way.
Thank you for His values that we cherish and that support our school.
Please help us to use our values to learn and make the world a better place.
Dear Lord, lead us to goodness.
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Friendship is like the trees – it never stops growing.
Peace is like the stars – it never stops shining.
Love is like the air – it never runs out.
Dear God, help us to work together in all that we do,
So that our values always shine through.
"Eardisley’s school values make them vastly more effective learners!"OFSTED 2014
"Our values are friendship, love quality, joy, hope and happiness. My favourite is love and I think we all show that! "Holly, age 9
"We do have rules but they persuade us to be kind and friendly and to have self-belief"Pupil, Year 6
"In the classroom we have fun and still learn new things"Pupil, age 7
"At Eardisley School we are very friendly, caring and loving’ "Tilly, age 8
"Here, it’s about teaching the heart to believe… to believe in yourself. You can do it."Mia
"Our values and relfection help us in life; they help us go far."Hatty, age 9
"If you don’t come to Eardisley School you will miss all the fun and excitement"Pupil, age 8
"I think we are lucky to have values here because they influence you to be better people."Joshua, age 11
"We learn from our values and understand them in all sorts of different ways. "Hermione, age 9
"Eardisley stands for doing the best learning you can. It makes me feel happy and cared for."Pupil, Year 1
"The school provides a good balance between providing a friendly atmosphere and a good learning environment."Parent
"Our school stands for good manners and respect. It teaches us that manners are really good. I really like our school."Pupil, Year 1
"I love Eardisley School…all of my children have grown and thrived here - long may it continue!!"Parent
"Eardisley stands for good behaviour, no bullying and all sorts of values like friendship and courage. Being a small school is better than a big school because Eardisley is like a huge family who all work together."Pupil, Year 6
"My child’s move to Eardisley School has done her the 'power of good'."Parent
All the children at Eardisley worked with local artist Duncan McKellar (an 'old boy' of Eardisley CE Primary) to produce our very own street-scape of Eardisley.
The children drew from photographs to recreate the buildings along our main road, and Duncan then took the work away to animate it and turn it in to the moving image you will see above. We are very proud of our work and hope that you will enjoy it.