NUTLEY CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL
Believe and Achieve
John 10:10 'I have come so they may have life and have it to the full'
At our school we believe that everyone is an individual. We encourage them to reach their full potential in a happy, safe and caring environment. Within our community, we provide a foundation for lifelong learning, based on Christian values.
Rated Good by Ofsted
The Ashdown Forest
A caring Christian ethos
Why choose Nutley Primary School for your child?
We are proud of the positive feedback we receive from students and parents. We strive to provide an excellent learning experience and have been rated 'Good' by Ofsted.
Our testimonials are a testament to our commitment to quality education. Our caring christian ethos ensures that every child is nurtured and encouraged to reach their full potential.
I am very proud of his achievements, he has loved his time in Miss Debenham's class. Lovely friends, loads of fun and learning.
Thank you for all the effort you put into my son's education. I am very proud of his academic progress
Nutley Primary School was built in 1853 as a Voluntary Controlled Church of England School. Set in the beautiful Ashdown Forest, we cater for pupils aged four to eleven years old from Nutley, Uckfield, Crowborough and the surrounding areas.
Together with the Church of St James the Less, Nutley Primary School has been at the heart of Nutley village, Uckfield and Crowborough town communities for over 160 years.
We work closely with other local schools as part of the East Sussex Education Improvement Partnerships (EIPs) and are proud to be part of the Uckfield Town Schools Alliance which is part of the Wealden EIP.
The school has a strong Christian ethos, however we recognise some of our children come from other religions and cultural backgrounds and their beliefs are supported and respected.
Nutley Church of England Primary School
High St, Nutley, East Sussex TN22 3NW
Mrs E Robinson
Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO):
Mrs S Thomas
Chair of Governors:
Dr Birgit Smith
Mrs K Smith