Some of our schools:
Ashby Fields Primary School was built in 1999 to serve new housing developments to the north of Daventry, and was extended in 2001 and 2005 to its current capacity of 420 places. The land was once farmland, and the area still retains its country atmosphere, being close to the Country Park.
The school houses fourteen classrooms, a large hall, an ICT suite, a music/dance/drama studio, a library, a physiotherapy room and additional areas for group work and school offices.
Outside, there are two courtyards, one landscaped as an environmental area and the other designed as a quiet area, an outside covered area for Reception and Year 1 children, an allotment, a large field and playgrounds on three sides of the school with a range of play equipment suitable for different age groups.
Boddington Church of England Primary School is a small Northamptonshire school set in the village of Upper Boddington, which lies midway between Banbury (Oxfordshire) and Daventry (Northamptonshire). The historic part of the school (built approximately 125 years ago) is complemented by the addition of a modern extension.
The school caters for children aged between 4 and 11 years old and delivers a high quality education, with pupils in Year 6 attaining standards that are well above the national average.
Bracken Leas, situated in Brackley, Northamptonshire (between Northampton and Oxford), was first opened in 1987. Over the years the school has had two further extensions in 1999 and 2001. It is now a two form entry primary school with fourteen classes all named after animal homes. The school is extremely well resourced with sixteen classrooms, separate music, art and medical rooms, a large hall, two computer suites, an eco area, outdoor classroom and extensive school grounds.
Nicholas Hawkswmoor Primary School
Nicholas Hawksmoor Primary School is a forward-looking school which enjoys a strong reputation for high academic success, excellence in the arts and a wide variety of sporting achievement. They have the highest aspirations for every child and place great value upon celebrating both individual achievement and personal development as children learn and grow with us. They cater for 500 children aged between 3 and 11 years of age and the school is based in Towcester, Northamptonshire.
Pattishall CE Primary School
Pattishall is smaller than the average-sized primary school, and is situated in a large village. The school aims to serve the communities of Pattishall, Eastcote, Astcote, Dalscote, Cold Higham, Grimscote and other local communities by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils.
Towcester CE Primary School
Towcester CE are a small, happy and friendly school community providing a broad curriculum for 4 to 11 year olds in the town of Towcester, Northamptonshire. They offer all children a wealth of opportunity to reach their potential in key skills and extra curricular activties, giving them confidence and choices for the future. Their school grounds are developing further to become an extensive outdoor learning environment.
Waynflete Primary School
Waynflete Infants' School is the only Infant School in Brackley. The school was graded Outstanding by Ofsted in January 2011 and converted to Academy Status with effect from 1st April 2012. This enables the children to benefit from a bespoke broad and balanced curriculum which offers them the opportunity to learn in a stimulating and exciting environment.
The school which was purpose built for young children, and opened in 1960. They have seven classrooms, a large well equipped hall, ICT/library base and a well maintained playground, with a variety of outside play equipment. In the September after their fourth birthday, they welcome up to 30 children to join each Reception class. They stay with Waynflete until they transfer, usually to Brackley CE Junior School, in the Autumn Term after they are seven.
Guilsborough Primary School
Guilsborough CEVA Primary School is located in the village of Guilsborough, Northamptonshire. It is a Church of England (aided) Primary School. It accepts children aged between 4 and 11 years old. The school has close links with the parish churches of Cold Ashby, Cottesbrooke, Guilsborough, Hollowell, Ravensthorpe and Thornby. Children living in the surrounding villages of Coton and Teeton also attend the school.
The school is a busy, happy school with hardworking staff who use a variety of teaching methods to make learning fun. They firmly believe that their school has a caring, family atmosphere where children can grow and develop both socially and intellectually drawing upon Christian values.
The School's ethos is summed up in theirr vision of "Building Brighter Futures". Their aims are underpinned by the British Values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.