Welcome to Swainswick CofE Primary School

We are a caring, friendly and successful rural school.

 

At Swainswick we provide a nurturing and stimulating environment for learning, where children grow and thrive in a supportive atmosphere of high expectations.

 

Through our Christian values and strong partnership between children, parents, staff, governors and the wider community, we believe that children must be happy to become confident learners.

 

 Learning is fun, creative and shared.

Our broad and balanced curriculum provides learning opportunities which are creative, exciting and challenging. Through our school code, safety, caring, achievement, resilience and friendship, together with our growth mindset philosophy, we support our children to be the best they can be. This enables the children to become confident, successful and independent learners, with skills they can apply in their learning through life and rise to every challenge. 

 

We are very proud of our children; they enjoy learning, they are supportive of each other, they are polite and respectful, they work hard and make good progress.

 

We hope you find the website useful. Please contact us if you have any further questions, or would like to visit the school. 

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January 26, 2020

Swainswick Ambassadors for Plastics in the Ocean gave an interview to the BBC about the importance of waking up to the damage that plastic is doing to our beautiful world. It's time to say no to plastic - start with the necessary, then the possible and then maybe the i...

January 26, 2020

Swainswick Ambassadors for Plastics in the Ocean. The children participated in another invaluable workshop relating to our environment. This time, it was raising awareness of the state of our oceans and how we can help. It's time to say no to plastic.
 

Swainswick Ambass...

January 8, 2020

Red Card to Racism spent a very valuable day in school today. The children were fully engaged in discussing the meaning of racism and discrimination.

In the coming weeks, children will be further developing their understanding in class. 

January 7, 2020

 Following on from the Red Card to Racism workshop this morning - the children in Oak Class will be entering this year's competition. 

The Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) School Competition is free to enter, open to young people of all ages and abilities and is a...

January 7, 2020

Once again the children further deepened their understanding of human rights with Natalie from Amnesty International. This week the children began to experience what it would be like to be a refugee. Natalie will be working with the children again later in the year dur...

January 7, 2020

We are so impressed with the children in fencing club - who have shown great maturity and team whilst running their own fencing club. Well done children.

January 7, 2020

We are so lucky to be working with Fredi Devas from The Blue Planet and Seven Worlds, One Plant. The whole school was mesmerized for a whole morning whilst we listened to Fredi's wonderful stories and how we can help the environment in our local community.

We are really...

January 7, 2020

Well done to all the children in Oak Class who worked hard and passed their cycling proficiency award! 

January 7, 2020

Oak class independently raised an incredible £232 for Children in Need! A wonderful effort children - well done.

January 7, 2020

The children worked very hard - studying and discussing the general election Manifestos before casting their vote!

January 7, 2020

The children and the local community thoroughly enjoyed Carol Singing in the village this year. The singing was beautiful.

January 5, 2020

In Hazel class, the topic this term is 'Vicious Vikings!' so we thought the best way to start the term was with a dress up day and a special visitor! We had a fantastic morning in our Viking outfits, played some super games, looked at Viking artefacts and learned so mu...

December 12, 2019

This term Hazel class have been reading ‘How to train your dragon’ and decided to make their own using chicken wire and modroc. It’s a work in progress but we’ve had great fun!

November 18, 2019

It's the time of year where Hazel class like to compete in the Great Swainswick Bake off! This years challenge was to create a savoury bread. The children split up into 4 groups and each group worked together to decide the flavours and presentation of their bread.

Mr Sw...

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“She has really benefited from the different ages mixing, she often talks of the older children.

We feel all the staff know her, which is so special.” 

—  Name, Title