Esher Church School offers a very special environment where happy children work together to achieve their very best in all areas of school life. We have high expectations of all our pupils and so we strive to offer the best education delivered by challenging and supportive teachers and learning support assistants.
As a forward thinking and friendly school, we aim to provide a wide range of learning experiences where children are encouraged to explore and take risks. Our goal is to instil a growth mindset 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.
Warm, caring and trusting relationships established between staff, pupils and parents/carers throughout the school are pivotal to our success. They give our children confidence as learners and also build a strong home/school partnership. 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. We pride ourselves on having an open and approachable ethos which is welcoming to all.
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 conduct themselves accordingly by taking responsibility and caring for; themselves, each other and our environment. Our children are encouraged to use Christian values to help them make right choices and decisions.
We are proud of our school and the personal and academic achievements of our children, both whilst here and later in life. It is with great pride that we follow the successes of children who leave our school and see the positive contribution they go on to make to society.
Whilst your child is at Esher Church School you will have many opportunities to share in their education and celebrate all that they achieve. You will also have many opportunities to get involved in school life by, for example, volunteering in the classroom or by taking part in the many social activities organised by our amazing Parent Teachers Association.