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Welcome to our website

Thank-you for taking the time to visit our website. We are a federated collaboration of three successful schools. Drayton Parslow Village and Mursley Church of England schools cater for infants, from 4 to 7 years old. The children then transfer to Swanbourne Church of England school which caters for juniors, from 7 to 11. In recent years, we have taken on the management of Kingfishers Pre School in Mursley, enabling us to provide seamless provision from 2 to 11 years.


We firmly believe in creating schools where children are happy and safe in order to gain the best out of their school experience. We value every child as an individual and support them to achieve their best in every aspect of their lives; educational and social. We work hard to ensure we offer the children a wide range of opportunities to develop both inside and outside school. We have a strong team of committed and experienced staff, working closely with parents, to ensure the children reach their full potential and catering for all abilities, ensuring each child is challenged.


We place great emphasis on the community and family spirit and our children enjoy regularly celebrating in the local churches.


As the new Headteacher, I have been extremely impressed by the high standards I have already seen in all aspects of the schools and the children. I look forward to working across all four sites and getting to know the families and the local communities that we serve.


I hope that you find our website useful.

Yours sincerely,
Carol-Anne McCollum
Executive Headteacher

Forthcoming events

03 Sep 2014
School closed - Inset day
04 Sep 2014
School reopens to pupils
17 Oct 2014
School Disco - Mursley Village Hall
24 Oct 2014
Last day of term
03 Nov 2014
School reopens
19 Dec 2014
Last day of term
05 Jan 2015
School closed - Inset day
06 Jan 2015
School reopens to pupils
Aug
20
See our prospectus
Parents area