School starts again after the Easter holidays on Tuesday 22 April 2014.

Welcome to

 Cliddesden Primary School



Dear Parents,


As Headteacher I am proud to lead a school with a dedicated staff and a supportive community committed to excellence in education.


The staff and governors of the school believe that it is essential that children work in an atmosphere of high expectation and appropriate challenge which ensures that children feel happy, safe and valued. We endeavour to provide a learning environment where mutual respect encourages self-belief, excellence and enjoyment in all areas of school life and a curriculum that is both interesting and motivating. We aim to create and maintain an effective partnership between home and school and develop a shared responsibility for your child's education.


Children from our school continue their secondary education at a number of different schools in the area including Brighton Hill, Perins, Aldworth Science College, Bishop Challoner and Alton Convent School. Click here to access links to these schools' websites.


This website gives essential information about our school and the way we work.  There may be many more questions that you have in relation to your own child that are not addressed within this site.  Please feel free to contact the school to arrange a time to come and have a look around during the working day and ask about any other information that you might need.


Kenneth Davies






Click here to access Purple Mash


Click here to access MyMaths




Please read our Primary Learning Booklet that has been produced for the information of all parents.

(see link at bottom of this page)


See below to open and print the Headteacher's response to the latest Parent Questionnaire.


Click Here to find out more about the activities of our School Council


Click here to access information about our duty under the Equality Act




Cliddesden Primary School



Hampshire RG25 2QU


Tel: 01256 321571

Fax: 01256 333628





What Ofsted had to say about our school in September 2011:


Pupils thoroughly enjoy learning in this good school.  They achieve well within a stimulating, purposeful and productive environment.



          Pupils behave exeptionally well and the school's outstanding care, guidance and support, including excellent attention to safeguarding, ensure they feel extremely safe.


          Pupils willingly contribute to school life and their mature attitudes, independence and joie de vivre, together with their confident basic skills, means they are well prepared for their next schools.


          The school's curriculum provides some memorable, imaginative and effective opportunities for learning and a broad range of experiences which contribute well to the pupils' development and well being.


          High quality pastoral support is at the heart of the school's work.


          The school's harmonious atmosphere, within its idyllic setting, is much appreciated by parents and carers.


          Relationships between the school and parents and carers is outstanding.


          Good teaching, underpinned by excellent relationships, helps pupils make good progress through the school.


          There is a strong team spirit and a shared determination to improve, underpinned by the excellent leadership of the headteacher and the work of the effective governing body.


          Pupils throughly enjoy learning, sustain their engagement and rise to the challenges offered.


          Healthy Schools status and the Active Mark award are reflected in pupils' extremely good knowledge of the importance of keeeping safe and healthy.


          Strong moral values are evident, not only in pupils' daily interactions with other pupils and staff, but also in their keeness to support those less fortunate than themselves.



















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