Geddington Church of England Primary School is set in a rural situation at the heart of this historical village. The school was established in 1849, but has evolved over the years with major extensions in 1986 and 2012. Geddington is a voluntary controlled school which means that it is a church school but remains under the control of the Local Authority.
We are now a one form entry primary school and offer 28 places per year into our Reception class. We currently have just over 200 children on roll – a number that seems to creep up a little every year. We are very fortunate that, with the help of our brilliant Parents’ Association, we have seven well equipped classrooms and a magnificent school hall which is the centre of life in the building.
We have an experienced staff team who work very well together and have children achieve to a high standard over many years.
There is a Breakfast Club which runs from 7:50am every morning and Premier Sports run our after-school provision through to 5:30pm on most evenings.
We have very close ties with St Mary Magdalene Church and the vicar, Rev Gillian Gamble is a regular visitor to school as well as being one of our Governors. The school is a central part of village life and one of the high points of every year is our May Day celebration when we close the centre of the village and crown our May Queen.