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Welcome to Ann Edwards C of E Primary School

Welcome to the website for Ann Edwards Church of England Primary School. We are situated in beautiful grounds in the village of South Cerney, in the heart of the beautiful Cotswold Water Park and close to the historic town of Cirencester. 

I am very proud of our vibrant, child-centred and inclusive school. I hope you find our website a useful source of information about our school’s values, organisation and curriculum. You can also access all of the latest newsletters and check out diary dates on our calendar. Please also look below to find our virtual school tour. 

We are a Voluntary Controlled Church of England Primary School that caters for boys and girls aged 4 to 11. We have approximately 250 children on roll, in ten classes.

We have a modern, well equipped building set in pleasant landscaped grounds. Strong links are maintained with the communities we serve and with the local church, All Hallows. Our Christian ethos provides a spiritual and moral context that helps children to grow into thinking, caring people. 

Children come to our school from South Cerney, Cerney Wick, Somerford Keynes, and other neighbouring villages. We also take children from the 29th Regiment RLC. Our main feeder playgroups are South Cerney Playgroup and the Duke of Gloucester Playgroup. 

We work in partnership with parents and carers to ensure that children make the very best of their time at Ann Edwards School, so that they look back on their primary schooldays with pleasure.

Ian Moore


A greater proportion of pupils than the national average achieved the expected standards in reading, writing and mathematics by the end of key stage 2 in 2017.”

Ofsted Report 2018

Leaders at Ann Edwards keep a watchful eye on pupils’ learning and welfare needs. They use this information to deploy resources effectively. Staff provide timely and tailored extra help both academically and emotionally.

Ofsted Report 2018

Christian values make a difference to the quality of relationships throughout the school community and underpin the care and nurture given to meet the needs of all children”

SIAMS Report 2016


Headteacher’s Blog

Summer Holiday Provision (Atlas Camps)

This summer holiday, Atlas Camps are running full day provision at our school. The club is being run from the first ...
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Tree Planting Day!

Over the half term holiday, over 300 trees were planted across the school site due to a successful grant application ...
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SARA Garden Makeover

Our SARA (Spiritual and Reflection Area) Garden As a church school, our SARA Garden is an area to encourage our ...
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Copies of the documents on this website can be made available from the school office.