As a very small school we foster a strong partnership approach between home and school to support individual learning, helping all children to fulfil their potential in all areas. We believe it is vital that as parents/guardians you feel welcome in the school, and provide numerous opportunities for you to be involved in your children’s learning.
Embleton Vincent Edwards C of E Aided Primary school have hardworking, committed staff, with a very supportive and dedicated Governing Body. Our Parent and Friends Association, Friends of Embleton School, is incredibly proactive, helping us with fundraising events. All parents/guardians are encouraged to take part in organising or attending events.
As a C of E school, we belong to a cluster of local church primary schools, as well as the wider Alnwick Partnership of schools. The children mix during joint sports and other planned activities, as well as events at the Duchess Community High School, to support transitions for the older children.
As a small school we are able to offer true personalised learning for all our children in a welcoming, family environment, where children of all ages regularly work and play together. All Key Stage 2 children receive both weekly spanish lessons from a native speaker, and the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument, which this year is the ukelele. All children, from Year 1 to Year 5, learn swimming or have the opportunity to take part in gymnastics, trampolining and rock-climbing (on a bouldering wall) from specialised instructors each week.
We are very proud of the fact that the whole school spends each Friday at Beach School. We use our natural environment for a range of activities and lessons, at the same time fostering a love of nature and our local surroundings. Please look at the Beach School tab above to see what we have been getting up to. We have a bronze award as an Eco-School, and are working towards our silver award. We are also working towards a Learning Outside the Classroom quality mark, as well as a School Games award.
We offer after-school clubs each day. The children vote on which clubs they would like to have each half-term. This half-term the children have chosen cooking and Christmas crafts, lego, ball skills, junk modelling, and film watching. See the 'clubs' page above for pictures and more details.
We also offer a wraparound facility to all our children. This service is available every day that the school is open - from 7.30 am until school starts; and from the end of school until 5.30 pm.
The school has an open door policy for new and existing parents, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you require a visit, information or have any queries. If you would like paper copies of any information on the website, please ask at the office.