user_mobilelogo

NOTE! This site uses cookies.

If you do not change your browser settings, you agree to it. Learn more

I understand

Cookies are used by this site to track navigation and usage.

No information gathered by them is used outside of this site.

Upcoming Events

Feb
11

11.02.2016

Feb
15

15.02.2016 - 19.02.2016

Feb
22

22.02.2016

Feb
25

25.02.2016 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Mar
4

04.03.2016 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Welcome to The Three Schools, a unique and successful initiative: to provide all-through primary schooling in a village setting yet with the facilities and opportunities beyond those that you would expect.  

To form ‘The Three Schools’, Swanbourne Church of England School, Mursley Church of England School and Drayton Parslow Village School came together, with the support of the Oxford Diocese and the Local Education Authority, to operate as a single entity with one Headteacher and leadership team.

Our schools are at the heart of their village communities, providing happy, safe and stimulating environments, rooted in Christian values. Working together with our parents, we nurture each child's potential and promote a lifelong love of learning. We encourage our children to become independent, self-motivated learners to enable them to grow in self-esteem, achieve success and flourish in the rapidly changing world. We strive for excellence and enjoyment in all that we do.

With delightful children and dedicated staff, ‘The Three Schools’ offer the perfect start to a school career. Why not visit for yourself? We would love to show you around.  

Carol-Anne McCollum

Executive Headteacher

David May

Deputy Headteacher

What others say…

Pupils are well-mannered, sociable and have good attitudes to learning.’

(OFSTED - Swanbourne CE School 2014)

 ‘Children get off to a good start in the Reception class and achieve well because of the wide range of activities on offer that are well matched to children’s individual needs.’

(OFSTED – Drayton Parslow School 2013)

What our pupils say…

Our school is a welcoming place, where we meet and overcome new challenges every day’

 ‘I find the teachers encouraging and make me rise to any challenge’

It is a wonderful school, which encourages pupils to work to the best of their ability at all times’

 ‘It is a colourful and exciting place, where children enjoy learning’

 

Designated Person for Child Protection is the Headteacher, Ms Carol-Anne McCollum

Deputy Designated Persons for Child Protection are Deputy Head Mr David May and Assistant Headteachers, Mrs Rebecca Chapman-Hill and Mrs Heidi Martin