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Welcome to Godmanchester

Community Primary School

At Godmanchester School we value and respect each other. We enable pupils to develop their potential and self confidence.

Through positive teaching and learning we encourage independence and co-operation in a creative, secure and happy environment.

    Latest News

    • Hands on Learning with Codebugs

      Godmanchester provides a broad and balanced curriculum, including Information and Communications Technology where we put an emphasis on ‘hands-on’ approach from the early years. We recently received a batch of ‘Codebug’ development kits from Leeds-based electronics distributer Farnell element14. These development boards provide students with an early introduction to programming and electronics. 

    • Year 6 in Local Council Debate

      ‘Sweets should be free’ was the conclusion of pupils from Godmanchester Primary School, when they held a debate at Huntingdonshire District Council this week.

      The pupils were invited to the Council’s headquarters to learn more about what their local council does and how the democratic process works.

      Executive Leader, Councillor Jason Ablewhite and Chairman, Councillor Peter Bucknell welcomed the year six children.  They explained to them the important roles that the Executive Leader and Chairman play, along with other Members of the Council, in any decisions made by the Council.

    • Football Champions!

      In early November, a group of year 5 and 6 were selected to represent Godmanchester at a football tournament which was held at Crosshall Primary, St Neots. There were 7 sides competing, the children played really well, not losing a match, and were successful in winning their group.

      As a result, they reached the final of the championship, which meant they had to play a further two teams in the final round, Sawtry and Thorndown....

    • Lottery Win!

      We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in a bid for a grant from the Big Lottery Fund and the money will be used to install a new “Play Ship” in the Foundation playground at the back of the school.

    • Year 3 Spanish Day

      On Thursday 10th December, Year 3 had a Spanish day. Everybody came dressed in Spanish colours and outfits and we spent the morning using atlases to find all the different Spanish speaking countries in the world.

    Term Dates

    The Next Event Is:

    • 15th February 2016
      Half Term, Half Term - SCHOOL CLOSED