Esher Church School has a very special environment where dedicated staff work together with happy children to achieve the very best in all areas of school life. We have high expectations and we provide a wide range of learning experiences where children are encouraged to explore and take risks. Our goal is to instil a growth mind-set and a love of learning within our pupils which will develop them into life-long learners who care for others and have high aspirations for their own future.
“My child moved to ECS in September 2019 and we have been really happy with everything and very pleased that we moved her. There is support for children who need extra help, children are welcomed into the school and settle in fast, there is a big focus on Maths & English and the big enquiry subjects are a brilliant way to cover a subject in a lot of detail whilst also meeting curriculum needs.”
The warm, caring and trusting relationships established between staff, pupils, parents and carers are pivotal to our success. They give our children confidence as learners and build a strong home / school partnership. We pride ourselves on having an open and approachable ethos which is welcoming to all.
“I value the fact that it is a very friendly and nurturing school. People say hello at the school gate and make the time for each other. The teachers are dedicated, professional and really care about the children.”
A strong sense of community is important within our school and visitors frequently comment on the warmth of our environment. Our children are proud to be members of the Esher Church School community and we are proud of the personal and academic achievements they make during their time with us. We recognise the important role that parents and carers play in ensuring a successful time at school and we value the huge contribution that parents and carers make every day.
“I love the school community and the families we have met in our son’s year group are kind, caring and like-minded. I’ve also been impressed with the teaching staff and how hard they work.”