Welcome to Holyport C of E Primary School & Foundation Unit
We would like to take this opportunity to say a very warm hello to you all. It’s a real pleasure to welcome enquiries from parents, carers and visitors.
Holyport C of E Primary School and Foundation Unit has been around for a long time. It was founded in 1848 by church leaders at Bray Church in Maidenhead. Some 160 years later many things have changed, but we are still in the business of educating young children in a caring and friendly environment. We were proud to join Oxford Diocese Schools Trust in June 2016 as an Academy.
Our vision for the school is to provide an inclusive and quality learning environment that bases relationships on Christian values and uses technology to enhance the way we teach and learn, thus laying the foundations for continuous improvement and lifelong learning. We believe that as a church school we should reflect a strong Christian ethos throughout, if children are to have the opportunity to experience a community that celebrates a Christian faith.
As a church school, our committee of Governors administer the admissions to our school. Please refer to our ‘Admissions’ information from the tab on the Home page for further details.
Our school has seen exciting changes in recent years as we converted to a Academy, part of Oxford Diocese Schools Trust. We have seen our school flourishes and are determined to retain the individual care and attention for our pupils that have characterised our school for so long.
We are eager to promote a broad and balanced curriculum for the children in our care. The arts are a strong focus and we believe that these skills should last a lifetime. To reinforce this, we have increased the number, and variety, of clubs we offer the children. Sport also plays a key role in our school and we are delighted to have a qualified sports coach on our team. After school sports clubs run every day for the children.
We are very proud of our academic achievements, and we are also enormously proud of all our pupils and the contribution each one of them brings to make school life special. We want to ensure that continuous improvement and change is not viewed solely on academic issues. Our primary aim is to encourage our pupils to be self-confident, inquiring and positive individuals, who respect the differences of others.
We hope that this web site contains information that is useful to you, but do feel free to contact us with any questions you may have on 01628 627743 or email firstname.lastname@example.org