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Lady Seaward's is a small school with a big heart! Our rural Church of England primary school is set in the idyllic village of Clyst St George on the edge of Exeter with a private nursery, 'Little Dragons', on site.
Our vision is to establish a community where everyone experiences 'Learning and Life in all its Fullness'. This vision is lived and breathed through our school values: 'Compassion, Aspiration and Resilience', which are central to all that we do and inform all aspects of school life.
We value each and every child as unique individuals who we support to achieve their full potential both academically and socially. We seek to create 'world-ready citizens' with habits and attitudes that will enable our pupils to face challenges calmly, confidently, creatively and collaboratively. We aspire to cultivate our students' resilience, resourcefulness and reflectiveness so they can understand ideas more deely, achieve more and find learning more enjoyable.
Another key aspect of our school is our social, moral, spiritual and emotional curriculum. It weaves through all that we do as we feel passionately about nurturing and growing the whole child. All our staff are committed to developing the character of our children within a caring and safe environment, where compassion for others (both locally and globally) is at the heart.
We hold the highest expectations of our young learners, both academically and socially and strive to ensure that they receive the best education by being research informed and reflective, whilst preparing children to be successful contributors to society.
The website gives you a glimpse of our school. You are warmly invited to visit us and find out more about our wonderful school.
Please contact us on 01392 873629 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Michala Firth
Head of School
"Pupils show kindness and understanding towards their peers. They are polite and welcoming towards visitors." Ofsted 2023
"Leaders are ambitious for what they want pupils to learn." Ofsted 2023
"Leaders understand the importance of reading. They instil these values and good habits in children as soon as they start school in the Reception Year. Pupils read widely for pleasure." Ofsted 2023
"The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners' - SIAMS 2016