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Ashford Church of England School is a two-form primary. At Ashford we encourage our children to reach their full potential in a nurturing and supportive Christian environment. Our founding principles are based on love, compassion and respect for all.
We are a caring Christian community where everyone adopts an “I can” attitude; everyone feels valued, safe and loved by God. We celebrate our God-given individuality, achievements and talents and we aspire, with God’s help, to become the best that we can be. We believe that each one of us has the ability to achieve our highest potential, living and learning in the fullness of God.
I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength.
Our school rules are for the whole school community and embrace our Christian vision and values
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Stanwell Fields C of E Primary School, nestled in the heart of Stanwell. We are a two-form entry school on the Surrey and Hounslow borders. As part of the London Diocese Board of Schools Academies Trust, we welcome children of Christian and all other faiths to provide educational 'excellence and equity in a Christian context' through our school's vision:
Through God: We can flourish, we can learn, we can achieve.
The teaching of our school's vision is supported by our 12 core Christian values, and our driving belief is that all children at Stanwell Fields can achieve their potential through a creative, broad, fun and well planned curriculum. We have high expectations of everyone and, as a result, standards are improving.
Children at Stanwell Fields flourish through the experiences we provide to keep learning exciting and engaging such as WOW days, open afternoons and trips. The school offers a friendly, nurturing and supportive learning environment with close links to our Parish .
This form must be filled in by the September of year 5 for secondary and the year your child turns 3 for primary.
Our emphasis is on sacramental worship (the Mass or Holy Eucharist) celebrated in a traditional Anglo-Catholic style, with strong orthodox teaching and preaching, supportive pastoral care, a caring parish family, and responsibility to our community and the greater world.
The Church is a Field Hospital for Sinners.
Registered Charity (England & Wales) no 1203323