Together, we believe! We will achieve!


Jennifer Doherty - Head of School

Hananh DSL FP

Hannah Crawford - Head of School

Welcome To Our School

Welcome to Exeter – A Learning Community, where together we believe, we will achieve!

We extend a very warm welcome to our school you as Exeter’s Co-Heads of School.

At Exeter, we love our school, our children and our community and we are passionate about what we do. Every day, we work hard to achieve a positive difference for the children entrusted in our care. We are proud to be an attachment-focused school, where we nurture all our children to achieve their best in all areas of life.

Through our exciting curriculum offer, children learn to be become geographers, historians, artists, designers, musicians, authors, mathematicians and much more. You can find out more about our curriculum, in the curriculum section of our website. Children also benefit from a range of extracurricular activities, including sports, arts and gardening and enjoy a number of trips.

Together, we work towards our school values, I CARE: integrity, creativity, aspiration, respect and responsibility and empathy.

We value the way all children and families are unique, and we celebrate diversity and equality, valuing the importance of each and every person within our Exeter community. We will respect others regardless of ability, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity or religion. We will provide a happy, caring, safe, supportive and positive learning community.

We look forward to welcoming you to our school!

Mrs Crawford and Miss Doherty

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Melaine Saunders - Executive Headteacher

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