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Ketton C of E Primary School

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Welcome to Our School

Welcome to Our School

Welcome to Ketton Church of England Primary School. Our school is situated in the heart of Ketton village, in the County of Rutland. We are close to the Lincolnshire border and near to the historic town of Stamford. We are a popular and expanding school.

Our Vision of “Success for all” leads to our children becoming successful, confident, responsible and reflective individuals who are equipped to thrive in modern Britain. Our vision is underpinned by Our Christian Values of: Forgiveness, Honesty, Kindness and Unselfishness. "Ask, and you will receive; seek, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened to you.” Matthew 7:7

Learn More About Our School 

Our Aims

  • Engage

    Engage our children in exciting learning.

  • Progress

    Personalise learning so that all children make progress.

  • Inspire

    Inspire all children to achieve.

  • Challenge

    Challenge and support all pupils in all their learning.

Our Aims 

What People Say

  • ‘Pupils enjoy attending Ketton’, ‘they feel safe and happy at school’. High quality curriculum design and pedagogy are absolutely crucial, ‘leaders have designed an ambitious curriculum for all pupils, including those with SEND’. ‘This is a result of very good leadership, and a strong staff team who say that they are proud to work at the school and feel well supported by leaders’. Peter Cantley – Diocesan Director of Education

    Quotes about our school

  • Ketton School is an awesome school because we have loads of play spaces to explore outside, the lessons are really fun and everyone is treated the same. The teachers are fair and always listen to us. Everybody is kind to each other and we respect the beliefs of others.

    Year 6 pupil

  • “Carefully and collaboratively chosen Christian values are the thread that weave through the implementation of the school’s educational offer. This has created a safe, respectful community where individuals think for themselves and achieve better than pupils of a similar age.”

    SIAMS June 2022

Proud to be part of the Rutland Learning Trust

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