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Cavalry Primary School

Cavalry School is in the Fenland town of March and joined The Elliot Foundation in March 2017. The school and surrounding housing estate were built on land from Cavalry Barn Farm, named for the link with Oliver Cromwell’s army who stabled their horses here. Our school houses recall the working horses of years gone by: Shires, Percherons, Clydesdales and Suffolks.

We have fourteen classes in the main school and also run our own nursery which can accommodate up to 50 children in each session.  Children and staff share a commitment to welcoming everyone to our school community and we are determined to provide an inclusive approach to all children, whatever their background, language or individual needs.

We offer a rich and balanced curriculum, where links are made between subjects wherever possible. Books and poems are usually the stimulus for reading, writing and grammar activities in English, often linked to a theme from history, geography or science. Cavalry is currently working towards ArtsMark Platinum, and music is central to the life of the school. We offer two choirs, many recorder groups, steel pan band, and individual instrument lessons to the children. We are particularly proud of our Senior Concert band, where many staff and some former pupils play alongside our older children creating an amazing sound. Our sports coach leads activities during the lunch break as well as teaching lessons and running clubs, so children have lots of opportunities to be physically active too.

We take great pride in our learning environments, both inside and outside the buildings. Children’s work is celebrated through displays, including a wide range of art work. Outdoors, the Early Years play area is a stimulating natural environment for learning and play, and our older children enjoy our pond, wildlife area, growing beds and willow tunnels.

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Elm Road Primary

Everyone at Elm Road is delighted to be part of the Elliot Foundation. We are confident that the support and guidance from our fellow academies will help us to go from strength to strength,

Elm Road strives to create an atmosphere where all children and adults feel safe, valued and included. The kind of place where every child can arrive with a smile on their face, where there is a keen sense of belonging and a pride in their school. We believe that all children have a voice to be heard and that their care and education must lie at the heart of everything we do.
We believe in life long learning and that adults can learn from children and children can learn from adults. Sharing experiences and together discovering the excitement and enjoyment of acquiring new knowledge and understanding. Achievements are there to be celebrated, ideas to be shared and respect for others is evident in all we do.

We aim to create an environment in which people are comfortable to say ‘well done’, ‘thank you’ and ‘I need help’. Where children and adults see politeness as the norm and are happy to open doors for each other, where attempting is celebrated as much as achieving.

Elm Road School wants everyone to have the experience of tasting success and to feel good about themselves as a member of both the school and wider community.
Our school is a place where children start on the road to achieve their dreams and where adults can smile and say that our children are well.

In Elm Road School ‘Every Child Matters’.

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Eyrescroft Primary School

Eyrescroft Primary School is a two form entry school, proud to be part of the Elliot  Foundation Academy Trust;  where children believe they can because teachers know they can” . This partnership enables our pupils, parents and staff to benefit from both established local and national links. We are a vibrant, multicultural school with strong ties to the community. Eyrescorft is situated in the heart of the North Bretton, within  Peterborough City Centre, which has great railway links.

We believe that the best interests of the children should be at the heart of every decision that we make in our school. Our aim is to always inspire our children, ensure they achieve their very best and celebrate their success. We strive to achieve this aim by having high expectations of all members of our school community, strong pastoral care and an aspirational focus on raising achievement.

Our school is a place where children are known and valued as individuals and where they can thrive academically and socially. Visitors to our school often comment on the welcoming atmosphere, friendly and caring staff and the politeness of our children. Our school staff are passionate about our children and we work very closely with parents and agencies. Everyone involved with our school has a clear vision and commitment to make our school a place to feel proud of and we welcome people who share this commitment.

We are committed to development and well being of the team. Staff have access to a range of professional development and well being opportunities.

  • Programme of induction and mentoring
  • We are fortunate to offer high quality CPD for staff and we fully support the ambitions of all staff
  • We work closely with the Trust and this partnership gives us access to a wealth of resources
  • Access to professional development including
  • TEFAT Expert Teacher Programme
  • NPQ qualifications
  • Peer Review programme and development
  • National Moderation for key year groups
  • Local network meetings
  • Trust and Local CPD
  • Coaching and mentoring support for leaders
  • Strong team ethic and support
  • One Well Being Day each year
  • Light touch weeks each term
  • Opportunities for growth across the Federation, sharing working practices and model strategies

We welcome and encourage visits to the school.  To arrange a visit please contact the school office on 01733 262190 or email eyrescroftoffice@hefed.org.


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Highlees Primary School

Highlees Primary School is a vibrant, multicultural, two form entry Academy, rated as ‘good’ with Ofsted in 2018. The school is  situated in the heart of the Westwood and Ravensthorpe estate, Northwest of Peterborough city centre, which has great railway links. We are proud to be part of the Elliot Foundation Academy Trust;  where children believe they can because teachers know they can” . This partnership enables our pupils, parents and staff to benefit from both established local and national links.

Our team of supported, dedicated staff are committed to ‘bringing out the best’ in all children.  Governors and staff have a clear vision and are committed to making our Academy as successful as possible for the children and families we serve. The school has a large focus on developing confident, resilient individuals who have a love of learning.  The staff work hard to deliver a curriculum built on meaningful and enriching learning opportunities that develops the ‘whole’ child. Our children have plenty of opportunities to participate in educational experiences in and out of school as well as a wide range of after school clubs. It boasts up-to-date modern facilities, large colourful classrooms and a superb outdoor space. 

The school team pride themselves on being an active member within the community,  frequent communication and events with parents ensures children can reach their highest potential, as well as nurturing their natural abilities and talents. We are committed to the professional development and well being of all members of the team.

We are dedicated to :

  • A comprehensive programme of induction and mentoring
  • Working closely with the Trust; this partnership gives us access to a wealth of resources
  • Offering high quality CPD for staff to help fulfil their ambitions including:
  • TEFAT Expert Teacher Programme
  • NPQ qualifications
  • Peer Review programme and development
  • National Moderation for key year groups
  • Local network meetings
  • Trust and Local CPD
  • Coaching and mentoring support for leaders
  • Strong team ethic and support
  • One Well Being Day each year
  • Light touch weeks each term
  • Opportunities for growth across the Federation, sharing working practices and model strategies

There is always something exciting happening at Highlees. If you are interested in becoming part of an amazing team then please  telephone the office on 01733 264294 or email highleesoffice@hefed.org to arrange a visit to our school.


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Millfield Primary School

Millfield is one of two primary schools in Littleport, Cambridgeshire. Currently there are 290 children on roll but, with increased housing, our school is expected to expand to 420. We are fortunate to have wonderful school grounds and a recent  building expansion project has given us the capacity for our predicted numbers.

Millfield is a friendly and welcoming community school where what’s right for the children is at the heart of the curriculum and drives strategic decision making. We believe we provide a rich and exciting curriculum which sets learning within a meaningful context and is partly determined by the children’s interests.  We place great value on extra-curricular activities and visits.

At Millfield we believe in every child’s individuality and yet we celebrate the strength that comes in working together. We are always striving to improve outcomes for children and to this end value working with like minded professionals.

All members of Millfield Primary School staff are committed to our aim of providing the very best learning opportunities and education for the children in our care, enabling them to achieve well, both academically and socially, and to become responsible and valuable members of our community. We believe, through a nurturing ethos, children grow in confidence and curiosity and, with excellent teaching and learning opportunities, they will develop the social, emotional and academic skills to be successful not only here at Millfield, but as they move on to the next stage of their education and on into life.

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Nene Infant and Nursery School

**Federation of Nene and Ramnoth Schools**
The team of teachers, teaching assistants and governors at the Nene School are committed to ensuring that your child will achieve success, enjoy their education and become a confident, active learner. This is an exciting time in our school’s development as on 1st October 2013 we converted to be part of The Elliot Foundation Academy Trust and federated with Ramnoth Junior School. We are now able to offer one school on two sites, with our mission statement being ‘I can, you can, together we can’.

Our Elliot Foundation baseline assessment reports that ‘in the Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 the children are exceedingly well looked after and the adults work hard to create a learning environment in which the children will thrive and develop learning skills.’
Our latest Ofsted reports show that our Little Owls Nursery has 'outstanding' provision and both Nene and Ramnoth are 'good' schools with 'outstanding elements'. We aim to provide your child with a broad, balanced, stimulating and challenging education. The emphasis will always be on the quality of teaching and learning within a caring, happy ethos and environment. 

Nene School places great importance on the parent-child-school partnership. We expect that you will want to become fully involved in your child’s education. We are proud of our school and feel confident that your child will respond to the dedication and expertise of its staff. Our aim is that your child will leave us as a more caring, more knowledgeable, more thinking and more self-assured young person.

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Ramnoth Junior School

**Federation of Nene and Ramnoth Schools**
On 1st October 2013 Ramnoth School converted to be part of The Elliot Foundation Academy Trust and federated with Nene Infant School. We are now able to offer one school on two sites. The team of teachers, teaching assistants and governors are committed to ensuring that your child will achieve success, enjoy their education and become a confident, active learner with our mission statement being ‘I can, you can, together we can’. Our latest Ofsted reports show that our Little Owls Nursery has 'outstanding' provision and both Nene and Ramnoth are 'good' schools with 'outstanding elements'.

Ramnoth aims to provide your child with a broad, balanced, stimulating and challenging education. The emphasis will always be on the quality of teaching and learning within a caring, happy ethos and environment.  We place great importance on the parent-child-school partnership. We expect that you will want to become fully involved in your child’s education.

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Ramsey Junior School

Ramsey Junior School is a great school with welcoming staff, families and pupils. Our children show exemplary behaviour and love to learn!
We are situated in a small Fenland town to the north of Cambridge and we are right on the border with the city of Peterborough.

We currently have 224 children on roll from Year 3 to Year 6. We are a federated school and we work alongside Ramsey Spinning Infant School.
Mrs Patsy Peres is the Executive Head teacher of both schools.

Our aim is to promote high expectations for all pupils’ achievement. We are committed to providing a broad and relevant curriculum and we are always looking to improve.

We promote an ethos of respect for all.
Our motto is 'Aspire, Create, Achieve'. The children are supported by a team of hard working, talented staff who provide great teaching and a fun learning environment.

The children are encouraged to aim high. And the community atmosphere is central to our success. We enjoy a highly committed and conscientious staff who strive for excellence at all times.

We are totally aligned to the values of the Elliot Foundation.

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Ramsey Spinning Infant School

Ramsey Spinning Infant School is simply a fun place to learn! It's situated in the Fenland town of Ramsey and we currently have 160 children on roll from Foundation Stage to Year 2. We are now a federated school and we work alongside Ramsey Community Junior School where Mrs Patsy Peres is the Executive Headteacher of both schools.

Our aim is to promote high expectations for all pupils’ achievement. We are committed to providing a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum and we are always looking to improve.

We promote an ethos of mutual respect. Our children have excellent learning behaviours and are keen to learn, therefore reflecting our motto, 'Learning for Life'. The children are supported by a team of hard working, talented staff who provide great teaching and a safe and secure learning environment.

We are totally aligned to the values of the Elliot Foundation. The children are provided with an education which fully meets their social and emotional needs. The children love their school and the staff love working here. Every child knows that their voice is important and that their views are valued and acted on.

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Westwood Primary School

Westwood Primary School is a very large primary school in the town of March in Cambridgeshire. We have approximately 120 pupils in each year group and the school is split over two sites. At Westwood we value a “can do” attitude which inspires and nurtures a love of learning for all. We aim to provide an environment which fosters independence and curiosity and develops perseverance and self-belief. We recognise that we are all unique and the uniqueness should be valued and with this in mind we aim to provide a well of experiences and opportunities through personalising the learning for all to achieve.

We know the value of a secure learning environment, and ensure that we build trusting relationships so all learners feel safe. We truly value the contribution that all stakeholders, pupils, parents, teachers, governors and the wider community make and our aim is that all involved in the school value education and learning as a life-long process.

Our motto Learning and Growing Together defines the journey that Westwood is on.

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