On Friday 6th of May a team of twelve Year 5 children took part in a tag rugby tournament at East Grinstead Rugby Club. 

Headteacher Julian Grant commented: “I am so pleased for the students and their parents in achieving a really excellent set of results, especially with such a high proportion of grades at the top end. Congratulations to them all! We have a fine sixth form and I am delighted for the staff who gave such skilful, dedicated support throughout. It is clearly another great year.”

We have just received two sets of value-added analysis which both judge us in a very positive light. The national ALPS database has awarded our A level performance the grade of ‘excellent‘ this year.

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Sackville was visited by the Kidenza company on Friday 16th September. The company performed and gave a commentary to a variety of movements from Saint-Saens’ Carnival of The Animals. The orchestra featured players from the BBC Symphony Orchestra and performers from the English National Opera and musicians from the BBC’s programme ‘Maestro’.

I am very proud to be headteacher of Estcots where all staff share a passion for education and we work hard to provide experiences that offer children a fantastic start to their school careers.

Three quarters of all results were at the higher grades of C or more, well above the national average. In both maths and English, more than 75% of students gained a C which far outstrips national figures.

Lingfield Primary School Vicarage Road, Lingfield, Surrey, RH7 6HA

Thank you for your interest in our school and please take the opportunity to visit us. You will be most welcome.

For any child protection and safeguarding enquiries contact Mr D Hayden. You can view the safeguarding policy here.

They also gave a conducting masterclass to some of our GCSE music students in the afternoon where the students’ had the chance to conduct the orchestra!

You can find our term dates for next academic year, 2016-7, here. Please note that next year the holiday dates for Sackville and other West Sussex schools are not always the same as those for Surrey, East Sussex and Kent.

Pupils at Estcots quickly develop self respect and self esteem - together with the social skills needed to succeed in life. We truly are a community learning and growing together.

Welcome to the Lingfield Primary School website. I hope the contents provide you with a good overview of the education our school offers pupils. Lingfield is a very successful, friendly school where staff have ambitious expectations for the children in their care and, consequently, children thrive and succeed. As a school community we constantly strive to improve provision for pupils.

The team played brilliantly together throughout the group stages and failed to concede a goal and managed to score over 30! Now in the semis, where we played Crawley Down in a tough end to end match, which ended 2-0 to Estcots. Straight after our ecstatic win we all ran to watch the penalty shoot-out  in the other semi-final.

As you read through this website, I trust what will unfold is an indication of the philosophy of our school. We are committed to ensuring every child achieves their potential so that they are prepared academically, personally and socially for the next stage of their journey into adulthood. Our school is built on the values of Respect, Resilience and Relationships enabling all to “Learn to Achieve”.

Blackwell Primary SchoolBlackwell Farm RoadEast GrinsteadWest SussexRH19 3JLTel: 01342 323906Email: office@blackwellpri.co.ukHeadteacher: Ms P. Crocker

Sackville students are celebrating a brilliant set of A level results this year which marks the eighth consecutive year of progress being significantly above national expectations. Furthermore, alongside the 100% pass rate, 80% of all grades were at the higher tier of A*-C. Significantly, 24 students achieved an A* or A in maths alone!

Headteacher Julian Grant commented: “I have massive respect and admiration for the students in this year group who worked so hard and were supported so well by their parents: congratulations everyone! Together with the input of the dedicated and skilled staff here, they have achieved an outstanding set of results. It is the best progress we have ever achieved and another exceptional year for Sackville”.

There was even time for a surprise visit from Mr Rahim, who even acted as an interpreter for a TV interview when he was there.

The students chose a painting by Van Gogh and adapted it to decorate one wall of the room after they had completely refurnished the rest of the area.   It now provides a relaxing and colourful place to be. Not only were they able to demonstrate their artistic talents but they learnt the important life skills of painting and decorating.

On Wednesday 20th April the girls form the dance club performed their dance along with the other schools in East Grinstead at the ‘Dance Time’ show at Sackville School. The girls put on an amazing performance.

Blackwell Primary School is a vibrant school and we do our very best to ensure that your child flourishes throughout their time with us; developing a passion for learning, thriving as individuals and achieving their academic potential.

Welcome to Estcots Also to our new website! May I encourage you to visit our lovely school, experience at first-hand our high quality provision, and learn what a truly unique opportunity awaits our pupils.

Sixth formers at Sackville have demonstrated their artistic ability by restyling and decorating their ‘bistro’ social area.  A team of 15 spent over two weeks designing and working on their project to make their area of the school a real pleasure to spend time in.

Estcots Primary School Bourg de Peage Avenue East Grinstead West Sussex RH19 3TY Tel: 01342 327473 Fax: 01342 300677

The children are taught to become caring and contributing members of the school society where values such as sharing, consideration, respect, politeness, hard work, determination and good behaviour are openly promoted.  We expect high standards of behaviour from the children and adults in our school.

The room was officially opened by headteacher Mr Julian Grant on Friday 16th September who commented: “Students at Sackville have had a long tradition of decorating their social space and this design is arguably one of the best!”  

We would love to be able to show you around our school, so please do call the school office, if you are interested in a place here.

Particular congratulations go to Matt Bidgway, Kirsty Legg, Alba Halliday and Noriyuki Ishii who each achieved two A*s and one A grade. Seven other students achieved three A grades or better. There are very many others worthy of praise for their excellent progress, and almost all students secured a place at their first choice of university.

First of all we would like to thank Miss Hitchman, Mrs Pearson and Mrs Harrison-Gray for training us and organising the teams for this years football competition.

We are delighted to share the fantastic results achieved by our year 11s this summer. Our headline measure using the government’s new indicator is 0.54, where the expectation is 0. Though a small number, this would put us in the top 10% of schools in terms of the progress made by the students.

On top of this, we received some very positive science results for year 10 and some exceptional fast track language results for our year 9 students. More than one-third of these students achieved the top A* grade, and 80% of students achieved a grade B or higher.