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Churchill CEVC Primary School
Pudding Pie Lane
BS40 5EL

Tel: 01934 852 446  
Fax: 01934 852 706
email: churchill.pri@n.somerset.gov.uk    

Headteacher: Mrs V. Tighe B.Ed NPQH

Churchill CEVC primary school caters for children between the ages of 4 and 11. It is located in the West Country, in beautiful countryside at the foot of the Mendip Hills, and is maintained by North Somerset Council.

The school mission is... 'to inspire a love of learning within a Christian community, promoting tolerance, creativity and a zest for life'.

Churchill CEVC Primary School provides a happy, secure and stimulating environment where children are well supported. They are encouraged to develop their confidence, to strive ahead, unafraid to make mistakes. The school works to ensure that pupils develop their full potential in all areas of their school lives. It provides opportunities for children to work independently with self-discipline and self respect.

There are approximately 200 pupils on roll, most living within the community. The majority of pupils are expected to continue their education at Churchill Community School.

Burrington CEVA Primary School
BS40 7AD

Tel: 01761 462 662 
email: burrington.pri@n-somerset.gov.uk    

Headteacher: Mrs Alison Russe B.Ed (Hons) NPQH

Burrington C of E primary school is situated in the centre of the rural village of Burrington, North Somerset, surrounded by beautiful countryside and overlooked by the Mendip Hills.

The school has four classrooms which all have computers with internet access and interactive electronic whiteboards.The school also has the use of the Village Hall for meals, PE and school performances. It has an excellent playing field with a superb all-weather play area.

The school is a small school which prides itself on maintaining small classes. The Admission Level (standard number) for each year group is 14.

The school maintains a close link with Churchill Community School, with a high percentage of Year 6 pupils choosing to move there.

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