Year 1 Tower of London trip - NEW ETA IS 16:30
To achieve progress for all and to flourish as individuals, young and old. Taking pride in our behaviour, friendships, efforts and achievements and actively sharing our experiences with the whole community. To be a catalyst for the greater good.
Based upon: ‘You are the light of the world. Let your light shine before others.’ Matthew 5: 14-16
Please refer to our Church inspection (SIAMS) report from December 2022.
Pupils make strong friendships and demonstrate care for one another. There is a deep sense of community which adults and pupils live out in their actions towards one another. SIAMS Report, December 2022.
I am delighted to welcome you to Quainton Church of England School, nestled peacefully in the rolling countryside of the Aylesbury Vale. We offer a safe learning environment, dedicated to achieving success for all who walk through our welcoming doors.
Above all else, Quainton Church of England School is a happy school with a friendly and positive atmosphere permeating throughout and, fantastically motivated children who want to give everything a go to succeed. We have a dedicated team of staff, all proud of our school and what it has achieved in recent times and, more importantly, what it can achieve in the future.
Whilst academic learning is highly valued, we also know the importance of a broad and balanced curriculum, recognising and celebrating the talents of each child, enabling them to grow in confidence, develop a sense of responsibility and achieve their personal goals. We support this with an extensive array of school trips, themed days, engaging visitors as well as lunchtime and after-school clubs. Additionally, we are hugely committed to an active lifestyle, with the children competing weekly in sports events across Buckinghamshire.
I joined Quainton Church of England School in 2018 as the Year 5 teacher and took on the position of Headteacher in 2019. Despite the global challenges of the last few years we have continued to drive the school forward in many ways. Now I could wax lyrical about our school all day long, but the best way for you to see how wonderful it is would be to come and have a look for yourselves; you will not be disappointed! If you are a prospective parent, please note that we welcome children from outside our catchment area. Therefore, please make an appointment with the office and I would be more than happy to speak to you.
Mr James Vernon
Year 6 - Farrell Year 5 - James M
Year 4 - TBC Year 3 - Tymur
Year 2 - Olivia Year 1 - Reggie