Some of the changes we have made to take account of Covid 19 and keep the school community safe:

  • separate bubbles for the Swan and Cygnet classes
  • staggered start, end and play times
  • additional cleaning of surfaces and equipment
  • a one way system around the building
  • access to site limited to pupils, staff and essential contractors during the school day

Covid-19 Risk Assessment

Remote Learning Policy

Covid-19 Symptoms Flow Diagram

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Our value this term is Creativity.


And to all the beasts of the earth and all the birds in the sky and all the creatures that move along the ground—everything that has the breath of life in it—I give every green plant for food.” And it was so.

Genesis 1:30 

We currently have vacancies available in some year groups.

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Welcome to our school site. Its a busy and bright place full of all the things you need to know about us so take some time and explore. You'll discover that we're a small school, where we all know each other really well, and where both staff and pupils enjoy being every day. You'll also discover how hard we work to achieve the good results of which we're so proud.

Below is a short film that gives you some more insight into our school.

Our most recent Ofsted report makes the following comments:

"Behaviour is exemplary. Pupils get on really well with each other and value the family feeling in this small village school. They feel safe at all times."

"Progress in reading is outstanding."

Pupils are offered "an impressive range of additional learning opportunities within and out of school."

"Any incidents of misbehaviour are extremely rare."

"The school is very good at ensuring equality of opportunity for all." 

File icon: pdf Ofsted Inspection Letter March 2018.pdf [pdf 186KB] Click to download

Our most recent inspection report from the Church of England said:

"The distinctive Christian character of Southrop Primary school is reflected in its caring, nurturing approach and Christian ethos."

"Effective planning ensures that there are explicit opportunities for spiritual development during religious education [RE] lessons and opportunities for prayer and reflection during the school day."

"There is strong mutual support between the school and the local church and strong relationships with parents and the local community."

File icon: pdf SIAMS Final Report Southrop CEVC Primary School 11.01.18.pdf [pdf 485KB] Click to download