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Welcome to Hintlesham and Chattisham CEVC Primary School.

On behalf of the pupils, parents, staff and governors I would like to welcome you to Hintlesham and Chattisham Church of England (VC) Primary School and to our website. We are proud to be a church school serving our local villages and working in partnership with our community.

Our School Vision

Our vision is to provide a caring, supportive environment, centred on Christian values, in which every child has the opportunity to achieve his/her full potential.


Our School Aims

At our school we strive to:

  • promote a learning partnership between children, parents, teachers and governors.
  • enable each child to achieve his/her full potential through a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum.
  • encourage each child to develop a sense of self-esteem, self-discipline, personal responsibility and respect for others.
  • maintain strong links with the community and ensure that the school continues to be seen as an essential future asset to the village.
  • promote spiritual awareness and respect for all other religions and cultures.
  • provide a stimulating, safe and secure environment, which fosters a sense of pride and ownership in the school.
  • provide a broad range of challenges and experiences in order to enhance the confidence, knowledge and skills of our children.

Our Golden Rules

Be Kind; Be Safe; Be Positive; Tell The Truth; Respect Everyone

Our school is a place where…

  • Pupils are safe and happy with high attendance.
  • Staff are constantly looking to improve and focus resources to gain the most impact.
  • Parents work in partnership with the school to secure the best outcomes for their children.
  • Leaders and Governors have a comprehensive approach to self-evaluation; taking an active role in the local Pyramid’s drive for collegiate working and self-improvement.
  • We all celebrate the achievement of every child.


Margo Barker (Interim Headteacher)