Schools & Education

Schools and Education

Feering Primary School

Feering has its own primary school which is located in Coggeshall Road. The school was founded in 1846 to provide education according to the principles and practices of the Church of England. The school moved from its original premises to its present site in 1987, and has been extended to include two extra classrooms and an ICT Suite, larger classrooms in two of the original bases, and a library area and SENroom. The school is now controlled by its Governing Body under the policies of Local Management of Schools (LMS). R.E. is taught throughout the school following the Essex agreed syllabus, which is broadly Christian. Reminder: parents have the right to withdraw their children from R.E. and Acts of Worship.

The School's vision is to enable and inspire each child to think and feel positively about themselves and others, and to grow with an enthusiastic understanding of life and learning. Find out more about the school from its web site www.feering.essex.sch.uk

Kelvedon St. Mary's C of E Primary Academy, Kelvedon

There has been a church shool in Kelvedon since 1837.  The present school, which was completed in 3 phases, was opened in 1977 on its present site. St Mary's is a single storey building with 14 teaching bases, including an early years unit.  The school is well equipped, wth a well-resouced library, and a large hall, which is used for Collective Worship, PE and dining.  There is a purpose buiild Computer Suite which contains enough computers for a whole class.  There is a large, shared junior area containing computers, a library and art areas (including a kiln).  The on-site kitchen provides excellent meals for children.  St Mary's is fortunate to have a covered, heated swimming pool, in which all children receive weekly swimmng lessons during the summer term. Find out more by accessing the following http://www.kelvedonacademy.com/.

The majority of children from both these primary schools eventually go to Honywood Community Science School in Coggeshall for Year 7.

Honywood Community Science School, Coggeshall

Honywood is a high achieving, oversubscribed, comprehensive school serving the village of Coggeshall and nearby communities in North Essex; on May 1st 2011 Honywood became an Academy. Young people at the school can expect the most challenging learning experiences. Further details about the school are available at www.honywoodschool.com