God is love, and those who live in love live in God; and God lives in them.

1 John 4: 16

 

We are very proud of our Church Schools in the Caistor Group.

Caistor Church of England and Methodist Primary School

The joint school was established in 1957 with the coming together of Caistor Church of England School and Caistor Methodist School - the first such joint school in the country.

The School is "voluntary controlled" -  financed by the Local Authority and open to children of any faith or none - although we are proud of our Christian ethos which permeates all that we do.

We currently have ten classes and around 300 children on roll.

From January 2017, we have joined with Grasby All Saints Church of England Primary Schoool in the "West Wold Federation". This means that we work much more closely together, sharing expertise and opportunities. Zoe Hyams is the head of both schools. 

The  school is on Southdale in Caistor - telephone 01472 851396.

Mrs Zoe Hyams

Our Website gives more details about our school -

http://www.caistorprimary.co.uk/

 

 

Grasby All Saint's Church of England Primary School

Grasby All Saints Church of England Primary School

WE ARE A GOOD SCHOOL - Ofsted says so! 

We are situted on Vicarage Lane in Grasby.

We have three classes with about 80 children on roll and we have vacancies in all classes.

From January 2017,  we have joined with Caistor Church of England and Methodist Primary Schoool in the "West Wold Federation". This means that we work much more closely together, sharing expertise and opportunities. Zoe Hyams is the head of both schools.

Like Caistor, we are a voluntary controlled primary school and are open to children of any faith or none. We value our Christian ethos and offer a caring and well rounded education.

 

 

The School phone number is 01652 628343 

More info about the school can be found at

http://www.grasbyallsaints.lincs.sch.uk/

 CHURCH SCHOOL INSPECTION - 2017

 

 

Grasby All Saints Church of England School was inspected in July 2017 under the National Society's Church School inspection framework. We have been delighted with the findings from the report which judged us as "good with some outstanding aspects and imporoving".

Highlights in the report state that:

"The positive and nurturing Christian environment encourages high quality teaching and learning experiences enabling children to make good progress and achieve outstanding results"

"The whole school community shares Christian values and its Christian foundation has a major impact on children's spiritual, moral, social and cultural development"

"Parents speak positively of the school's distinctively Christian ethos and its support for all children"

"Worship is a very important part of the school day. It's a joyful occasion when the whole school community joins together in celebration and prayer in the adjoining parish church."

"Pupil's attitude to prayer is respectful and positive. They know a variety of prayers. They have an understanding of personal prayer".

"There is a very strong relationship between the school and the local church."

"Members of the clergy make a valued and regular input to the school in a variety of ways."

"The executive headteacher and Deputy headteacher and governors model active Christian leadership"

 

As a school, we pride ourselves on being able to offer a warm and nurturing environment which supports all pupils to develop academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. We constantly seek ways to build on what we do and all our staff are thoroughly committed to improvement.

We work very closely with our local community. 

We currently have spaces in some year groups. Please contact the school or visit us if you would like more details.

"We have a strong tradition of sporting achievement at Grasby. All our pupils have taken part in competitions and events this year. This allows them to mix withchildren from other schools and ensures they develop a passion for sport and activity which will benefit them through life. We have very fit children at Grasby!"