St George’s C of E Primary School

Learning for Life
Inspiring and nurturing every child to achieve excellence

Class 1
Early Years Foundation Stage and Year 1

We aim to promote each child’s learning and development by providing a caring and enabling environment and by fostering positive and supportive relationships with the child and their family. We recognise that every child is unique and we aim to understand each child’s development needs and plan for next steps.


Class 2
Year 1 and 2

Through active learning we aim to inspire and motivate our children to love learning, to develop creative thinking and problem solving and be aware of personal health and well being.


Class 3
Year 3 and 4

In Lower Key Stage 2 we promote independence and a commitment to life-long learning. Through enjoyable, stimulating learning experiences, children develop a greater awareness of their own progress and next steps.


Class 4
Year 5 and 6

In Upper Key Stage 2 we aim to empower our children to develop their potential as individuals and to make informed and responsible decisions for living and working in the 21st century.


About Our School

Welcome to St George’s Church of England Primary School. On behalf of the pupils, parents, staff and governors I would like to welcome you to our website.

Mrs Rebecca Keitch

Founded in 1863, St George’s Church of England Primary School, has maintained the provision of education according to the practice and principles of the Church of England. It is a Church Foundation School and is controlled by the Local Authority (LA). The School is situated in the centre of Great Bromley village adjacent to the Church.

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Governors at Our School

The role of governors is to set strategic direction, to hold school leaders to account for improving performance, and to make sure money is well spent. The full Governing Board meets on a termly basis. The committees (The Governors’ Curriculum Committee and the Governors’ Resources Committee) also meet at least once a term and report back to the full Governing Board. The Chair of Governors meets with the Headteacher on a regular basis.

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Growth Mindset

A key concept which shapes the ethos of our school is ‘growth mindsets’ based on the work of Carol Dweck. Rather than simply praising success we praise effort and persistence.

We believe the best thing to do is to teach children to love challenges, be intrigued by mistakes, enjoy effort, and keep on learning. For children who find work easy we make sure they encounter more difficult tasks. Our children recognise that effort, persistence and good teaching help them improve.

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