Welcome to Tedburn St Mary's Primary School
Welcome to Tedburn St Mary Primary School’s website – we hope you enjoy reading and finding out about us! There is much information here about us and what we do, both in and out of the classroom. Our school is an integral part of the community, maintaining very close links with the village. Tedburn St Mary is also part of the Link Academy
, alongside Cheriton Bishop Primary
and Yeoford Primary
. We are also part of a family of schools belonging to Crediton Learning Community.
We pride ourselves on being a warm, close-knit school with high educational expectations and standards. This means we appreciate the varying needs and strengths of all our pupils, helping them to achieve their full potential.
We have a good-size playing field for sports and games, a large playground and a garden, which are utilised throughout the day and for our after school clubs. We also regularly go on trips, including residential activities for our Year 5/6 pupils.
At Tedburn St Mary we are committed to providing every pupil with the best possible educational experience within a safe, nurturing environment. Developing, encouraging and motivating children is at the heart of all we do to ensure our pupils become confident and successful lifelong learners.
Number 1 School in Devon
School Performance The School primary league tables have been published this week. These show how well each school is performing in regard to their KS2 SATS results.. We are extremely pleased to say that we are once again the highest performing school in Devon. We were one of only two schools to achieve 100% in Maths, Reading and Writing, as well as our progress measures being some of the highest for all areas. Nationally we were one of only 101 school to achieve 100% results and were the fifth best performing school, an absolutely phenomenal achievement once again.
This is a reflection as to how well all our children work throughout school and the hard work and dedication of all the members of staff in school.
Mrs Skinner attended the County show today along with Zara and Josie who received the Prince of Wales Award for all their hard work on the plastic recycling. We hope with the £1000 prize we can build on the work so far and explore other ECO issues across school and into next year.