Educating Local Children Since the Mid 1800’s

The school has an interesting, long and proven history, with log books in existence from the mid 1800’s. Whilst maintaining its links with its valued, traditional past, the school is forward-looking, embracing and implementing change which considered will enhance the progress and development of the pupils.

Titchmarsh Church of England Primary School provides a broad and balanced curriculum with carefully-designed enriching experiences provided for all pupils from four to 11 years of age along with a distinctive Christian character. The present roll stands at 96 with an annual admission number of 15 children. The school ensures that learning is exciting, challenging and prepares pupils, not only for their secondary school careers, but also for lifelong learning.

In line with the National Curriculum, the school is divided into three Key Stages:

  • Early Years Foundation Stage for our Reception Children (Owlets Class);
  • Key Stage 1 which comprises separate Y1 and Y2 classes (Little Owls and Barn Owls);
  • Key Stage 2 which comprises separate Y3 and Y4 classes (Snowy Owls and Tawny Owls) and a combined Y5 and Y6 class (Eagle Owls).

The staff comprises full-time and  part-time teachers, plus teaching assistants in all classes. We also operate Wraparound Care with Breakfast and Afternoon Clubs plus a number of sports clubs for pupils.

The school shares an Executive Headteacher with Warmington School. Staff, children  and governors from both schools work closely together.

Further information and visits can be arranged by contacting the school office on 01832 732874, or visit our website at Details of all aspects of school life can be found on our website and we will be more than happy to answer any questions you have may.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Ed Carlyle 
Executive Headteacher

Carl Skerritt 
Chair of Governors          

Gill Griffiths
Head of School