Welcome to Pencombe CE School
Please find a copy of our latest Ofsted report in the Information section. We are extremely proud to say that within the report, it states that: ‘There is a strong team ethos across the school. Governors and staff are committed to seeing the school improve, and parents are appreciative of how the leadership and staff support their children. Pupil’s grow in knowledge and understanding through a well-balanced curriculum with a strong focus to improve basic skills. Teaching is effective across the school and successfully supports children with all abilities.’
One parent wrote: “My child enjoys going to school and is being looked after. If I have any worries, I speak to the teachers.”

About Us |

Our Aims & Ethos

Our Mission Statement

Aims and Ethos

School Rules

Equality Objectives

Our Mission Statement

At Pencombe school we believe in entitlement. The right for everyone to be valued and respected for who they are. We beleive out pupils are entitled to the best education possible, irrespective of race, colour, gender, ability and/or geographical location. This we aim to achieve through well planned schemes of work, creative, motivating delivery in a suitably stimulating and well resourced Christian environment. At Pencombe school we believe education should be seen by the pupil as life enhancing and life lasting.

Aims and Ethos

Our School Aims & Ethos Statement
The aim of the staff is to provide a happy, caring and stimulating environment in which pupils may group and develop through a series of structured educational experiences.

We aim to work with children on a challenging, wide and varied curriculum underpinned by Christian principles in order that our pupils may develop a thirst for the enjoyment of learning.

At Pencombe school we aim to help pupil develop lively, enquiring minds, the ability to question and argue rationally, to apply themselves to tasks and physical skills. We aim to encourage a work ethic in order that all children may reach their true potential physically, academically, socially and spiritually – to achieve a fullness of life through positive and realistic goals. It is the intention of the staff at Pencombe school to lay a foundation of basic skills in all areas or the curriculum in order for the children to progress with ease to the next stage of learning and in preparation of adult life.

We aim to provide children in our school with an understanding of religious and moral values, and an understanding of the physical world and it’s people; combined with a sense of value of its resources, in order that the children can relate to themselves and their immediate environment to the wider world. It is our intention to develop and maintain friendly and positive links between school, home and community, thus enabling parents and others to understand the aims and methods of our school and the importance of their role within it.

School Rules

School rules are to ensure the safety of the child and that every child has a fair opportunity to study.
Pupils should:

  • Demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of others, irrespective of their differing abilities, their physical strength or characteristics, their gender, race or age.
  • Set a good example to others by demonstrating good behaviour, learning to resolve conflicts by peaceful means, without resorting to physical or verbal abuse, or foul language.
  • Show good manners and respect for all people in school and consideration for others when moving around.
  • Show respect for other people, their work and property.
  • Work productively, without wasting time, and acknowledge through their behaviour the right of each individual to do the same.

Equality Objectives

  • To promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
    through all appropriate curricular opportunities, with
    particular reference to issues of equality and diversity
  • To reduce prejudice and increase understanding of equality
    through direct teaching across the curriculum
  • To narrow the gap between non-disadvantaged and
    disadvantaged pupils
  • To reduce the incidence of hostile attitudes and behaviour
    towards, and between, disabled and non-disabled pupils.
  • To ensure all children have a positive attitude
  • To promote cultural development and understanding through a
    rich range of experiences both in and beyond the school
  • To reduce the incidence of prejudice-related bullying in
    relation to the protected characteristics listed in the Equality
    Act 2010.