Goring is a happy and vibrant community where children are treated as individuals by a dedicated and welcoming staff team. The curriculum we offer is broad and balanced and designed to enable children to develop strong learning skills which help them grow in independence and understanding in every area of learning – academic, social, moral and spiritual. We provide equal access for all children to a range of rich, creative opportunities both in and outside the classroom.
At the heart of our school is our Christian faith which shapes and moulds everyday life. As we foster respect for each other and our environment and develop tolerance and understanding for the cultural diversity of the world in which we live, we seek to lay Christian foundations from which children can grow into caring and responsible adults in society.
We recognise the partnership between home and school and the crucial role it plays in each child’s development. By working closely with parents, our aim is to foster a love of learning, a wonder of God’s creation and a readiness for the challenges ahead.
Please contact the school office to arrange a visit and to discover all Goring CE Primary has to offer.
Mrs Clare Jee
This school takes its responsibility to safeguard children extremely seriously. If you have any concerns relating to a pupil please contact our Safeguarding lead Mrs C Jee via the school office. In the absence of the Safeguarding lead you can talk to Miss C Hancocks or Miss N Senior the Deputy Safeguarding leads.
Amen Trust - Christmas Shoebox Appeal
As a school community we are supporting the work of the Amen trust who seek to show God’s love to the poor, needy and forgotten in society. Wayne Gander, who works for the charity, spoke to the children about their shoebox appeal and they were given the opportunity to get involved.
WOW! As a result of the children's efforts we collected over 70 filled shoeboxes.
Harvest Celebration - Year 3 Church Service
British Values - A Visit from a Member of Parliament
Sir Peter Bottomley discussed our British Value - Democracy and his role as a member of Parliament with the Year 5&6 children.
Latest School Calendar, Club Calendar Events
- Easter Holiday06Apr2020
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