Ermine Street Church Academy has been graded as a GOOD school following our inspection on 22nd and 23rd May.
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Ermine Street Church Academy has also been graded as a GOOD school following the SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican & Methodist Schools) inspection which took place on 13th February.
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Our Summer term podcast is now available.
Click here to find out all about our Ofsted inspection, a visit to West Stow and a butterfly song!
Come And See Us
We have a tour for prospective parents taking place every Monday at 1.45pm and Friday at 9.30am.
There is no need to let us know you are coming, please just turn up. Please feel free to call or e-mail if you have any questions about our school (01480 276510, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ermine Street Church Academy and DEMAT are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment.
… to Ermine Street Church Academy, a place where children will ‘Explore, Discover, Learn’ in an exciting new environment.
Our school opened on 5th September 2016 on the Alconbury Weald development, just north of Huntingdon. It is a place where learning is all about experiences, where personal development is valued as much as academic achievement and where we understand, support and challenge every individual child. All of our learning and play takes place within a deeply Christian context which provides the children and school community with every opportunity for spiritual development and exploration of faith.
Ermine Street will welcome you and the invaluable partnership that must exist between school and parents. Together we will ensure that your unique child enjoys a rewarding learning journey that fills them with aspirations, confidence and understanding of self.
The school is jointly Anglican and Methodist, and benefits from the support of both Diocese of Ely Multi-Academy Trust, and Methodist Academies and Schools Trust. At the heart of Diocese schools are children and we are dedicated to caring for the whole child and to opening hearts and minds. Please take a look at our Vision & Aims page to find out more.
We have just grown from 4 to 5 classes. With the exception of Reception, the other year groups are in mixed-age classes and this will continue for some time. Our group teaching approach to learning means that our children achieve well, irrespective of the make up of each class. In time the school will have two classes for every year group. We also operate a wrap-around care facility.
If you have any questions, please do get in touch.
Mr Adrian Shepherd