Welcome to Cadmore End School and Nursery
A small school with a 'can do' attitude.
We are a happy, warm and friendly church school and nursery nestled in beautiful woodland that fosters pupils love for outdoor learning.
As a member of the Church of England our values and religious ethos can be seen in all aspects of our care and education. We value every child and believe that we provide an education which encourages many core learning values - including creativity, independence, thinking and emotional intelligence.
Hopefully you will find our website informative and interesting – it is but a snapshot of some of the many things which are going on in a thriving, busy school such as ours. If you would like to find out more about us please do not hesitate to use the ‘Contact Us’ pages for further information.
Mrs Debbie Groom
SIAMS Mid Review 2019 - GOOD
What SIAMS Mid Review said about our school
'Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils is promoted successfully due to the richness of the curriculum and very astute leadership of the senior leaders.'
'RE teaching is given a high priority in this school. Pupils receive well planned weekly lessons where learning objectives and success criteria are used well to develop pupils’ skills such as self-reflection.'
'Pupils said that they are listened to carefully.'
'It only takes a short time for new pupils to make friends.'
'Pupils’ and staff mental health is given a high priority. Consequently, the school is a happy place.'
OFSTED November 2018 - GOOD
What OFSTED said about Cadmore End CofE Combined School:
'The curriculum is well planned, making links between different subjects which help pupils to understand the wider context of what they are learning.'
'Teaching is consistently good'.
'Pupils make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics.'
'Pupils show very positive attitudes towards learning because teachers have created a culture where pupils are not afraid to make mistakes'.
'Pupils thoroughly enjoy the opportunities they have to learn outdoors.... Forest-school activities support their personal and social development through team-building activities'
'The leadership team, together with skilled governors, has high expectations for itself and for pupils'.
'Leaders have created an ethos that strongly encourages respect, kindness and compassion'.