Virtual Book Fair
Thursday 24th June 2021
Please support the schools virtual book fair run by Usborne. St Andrew’s will receive £6 from every £10 spent. You children’s class teachers will be recommending books to help support learning over the summer and in the new year as well as there being the opportunity to buy lots of items to help keep the children entertained over the summer holidays.
Follow this link to join in the virtual fun https://fb.me/e/1nhXr8Q5o
Welcome back to school – Monday, 8th March
We are really looking forward to welcoming everyone back to school on Monday, 8th March.
Please click on the link below for resources and ideas to support a positive return for your child.
September 2021 Starters
For 2021 school starters please see the tab New Reception 2021 which is being updated regularly with information about joining our school. Please follow this link.
If you are concerned about the welfare of a child during absence from school due to COVID-19 please either refer to the school’s Child Protection policy; email the DSL (Designated Safeguarding Lead) via the school’s email address; phone ART (Access and Response) on 01454 866000 and or visit the website for the NSPCC (National Society for the prevention of cruelty to children). www.nspcc.org.uk
St Andrew’s is a small, friendly Church of England village primary school in the rural setting of Cromhall, South Gloucestershire. We currently have 70 children on role with class sizes varying from 14 to 21. As part of our extended schools provision we have a Breakfast and an After School Club. The school has a Christian foundation which it seeks to promote by providing high quality educational opportunities to all members of the school community. This is encouraged through the teaching of Religious Education, whole school Collective Worship and the development of our chosen Christian School values: Respect, Courage, Friendship, Forgiveness, Truthfulness. We deliver a curriculum which seeks to offer opportunities for all in order to develop and nurture the children’s lifelong love of learning.
Local verbal history claims that before being used as a school, the building was used as an almshouse. In 1843, the rector at that time, the Reverend William James Copleston contributed £204 to the £358 needed to convert the old Church House into a school. Although the building was ready in 1844, the first Head Teacher was not appointed until 1862, and lived in the schoolhouse, which is now the library and offices.
“Pupils are very caring and show good understanding of the needs of others. A major strength in pupils’ behaviour is their attitudes to their learning. Behaviour in lessons is almost always exemplary and they work keenly and enthusiastically.”
Why St Andrews?
- OFSTED Rated Good – 2017
- Extensive extra curricular clubs
- Breakfast / After school clubs
- Small pupil numbers
- Inclusive atmosphere
- Rural not remote
- Supportive Governors and PTFA