Cradle Hill Community Primary School - Schools
Cradle Hill School is situated on the northern side of Seaford, about a mile from the town centre. It has approximately 430 children on role. The children enter the school at 4+ and leave at 11 years of age. The school has 14 class bases: two parallel classes for each year group.
Cradle Hill is built on a six-acre site, has three large playgrounds and a large playing field. The school is fortunate in having a heated swimming pool with good changing facilities, the result of close co-operation between the PTFA and the Local Authority. The school buildings are generously proportioned and include two large halls that are used for dining purposes as well as PE, drama, music etc. The school has a 16 PC computer suite adjacent to a non-fiction reference library.
Why choose Cradle Hill Community Primary School?
An excellent OFSTED report from September 2002
-Special Needs identified as a particular strength
-Excellent Leadership and Management
-Lively teaching of well-planned lessons
-Pupils make good progress and achieve high standards by Year 6, particularly in English, mathematics and science
A welcoming and friendly atmosphere
We are a school with a welcoming and friendly atmosphere where each child feels happy and secure, growing in confidence and self-esteem. We will ensure that all our children will have equal opportunities and achieve their full potential at each stage of their development.
At Cradle Hill School, children, staff, governors and parents are part of the decision making process. We foster a school community that encourages high standards of achievement, working in harmony together to share a common purpose. We put children first and believe they have a right to high quality teaching, while taking an active role in their own learning.
Better still .... why not come along and see us if you have a child about to begin school, or if you have just moved into the area.