About Peaslake Free School

Our school ethos is child-centric and community-centric.  We see the opportunity for children to have their early years education in the midst of the community within which they live as critical to their development.  By learning alongside their peers and friends who live in the vicinity they form lasting friendships. 


"Pupils flourish in the stimulating learning environment both within the school and beyond." Ofsted May 2019


The connections made between parents from the same community are also very important.  The support network of generations of parents is key for the cohesion of the school as well as the maintenance of the wider community.  We see the close bonds between the school and the village it serves, which have been built up over the past twenty years of the community running the school, setting the tone for the way that the Free School operates with the community as well. 


The school also has a clear Christian ethos. It has been a Church of England school for much of its history, and has built up close links with the local church over the past two decades.  These connections are further reinforced by the affiliation of the Free School with the Church.


The values of the school include:

  • Putting the children at the centre of all we do
  • Education excellence
  • Inclusiveness
  • Collaboration and transparency with parents
  • Respect for the environment we operate in
  • Support for the community we serve
  • Adaptability and self-sufficiency.

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