Please note that our half term holiday is Monday 24th October to Friday 28th October. Back to School on Monday 31st October……….We are holding an Open Morning on Thursday 10th November at 9.15am and welcome parents and their children who are looking for a Reception or Nursery place for September 2017. Please contact us to let us know you’re coming along……….


Whether you are a current pupil, parent or colleague or are looking for the right school for your child to join, I’d like to welcome you to this wonderful community school.

Swaffield School aims to provide an enjoyable and successful start to every child’s education and is truly in a class of its own in the way it does so.  I’m proud to have an experienced and enthusiastic staff whose focus is on providing a creative and inclusive environment for children to develop both academically and socially.

At Swaffield we provide an interesting and stimulating curriculum whilst at the same time putting considerable emphasis on the children’s physical, social and emotional development. You’ll find the atmosphere friendly, happy and fun but at the same time focussed to help each child reach their potential.

We were happy to be visited by OFSTED in July this year and delighted that the inspectors gave us such positive feedback – to quote them: “Swaffield is a very happy school which is focused on pupils’ learning”. You can see some more of the feedback from OFSTED below and can read their full report by clicking on the button below.

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Headteacher: Mrs C Lilley

     “Swaffield School continues to be Good. It is a very happy school which is focused on pupils’ learning.
OFSTED Report July 2016
“Pupils benefit from a wide range of enrichment and extra-curricular activities.”
OFSTED Report July 2016
“The teachers help us break through barriers and learn more than we ever thought possible.”
Pupils quoted in OFSTED Report July 2016