Schools

Thomas Eaton School, Wimblington (5-11 year olds)

 Thomas Eaton School in Wimblington is a community primary school providing co-educational opportunities for children who reside in Wimblington and the hamlet of Stonea, although children from outside the catchment area are admitted if places are available. Currently, the school has capacity for 210 children. Priority admission is given to children from within the catchment area and those who have elder siblings at the school.

The Parent and Toddler Group meets at 10am every Thursday. The School offers a Playgroup which children can join after their third birthday, and then start their full-time education in the September of the year in which they become five. Playgroup and Reception years enjoy the use of a large enclosed outdoor space. Other facilities available include an outdoor Swimming Pool, The Sensory Garden, Computer Suite and the Library.

All of the school meals are freshly prepared and cooked on the school premises.

Thomas Eaton School is proud of the many links which it has forged within the community over the years. It is actively involved in community events and supports the village Community Committee and the elderly of Wimblington. As part of the village twinning, we are also actively involved in sustaining and strengthening the links with our twinned schools in Morrazone, Italy.

Parents and members of the community are always welcome to support and enrich the children’s learning opportunities. A wide range of extracurricular clubs also enhance the pupils’ experiences and the Parent Teacher Association works tirelessly in providing many extra resources for the children.

Contact Us

Tel: 01354 740392
Web: www.thomaseatonschool.co.uk

Thomas Eaton School

Lionel Walden School, Doddington (5-11 year olds)

"The purpose of the school is to provide quality education, through partnership with parents, whilst putting children at the centre of all we do. All the systems, structures and policies must be in place to enhance the quality of learning experienced by the children in our care and improve their standards of achievement."

Contact Us

Tel: 01354 740405
Web: www.lionelwalden.cambs.sch.uk

 

Cromwell Community College, Chatteris (11-16 year olds)

"We have a vibrant learning community enabling students to flourish academically and socially. Our central ethos of care, respect for the needs of others, courtesy and a warm community feel provides an atmosphere where our students can make the very best of their talents to achieve success and are inspired to fulfil their potential."

Contact Us

Tel: 01354 692193
Web: www.cromwellcc.org.uk

Neale Wade Academy, March (11-17 year olds)

"The Neale-Wade Academy is dedicated to promoting the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs."

Contact Us

Tel: 01354 653430
Web: www.neale-wade.org

Isle of Ely College, Wisbech (11-17 year olds)

"The College of West Anglia is focused on developing your skills and talents to prepare you for work or university. Our ethos is "changing lives through learning" and as one of the largest providers of education and training in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, we provide the widest range of vocational courses, apprenticeships, A-levels, degrees and part-time recreational courses for everyone."

 

Contact Us

Tel: 01945 582561
Web: cwa.ac.uk