Church Lane, East Haddon, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN6 8DB

01604 770462

East Haddon CEVC Primary School

'Love each other as I have loved you': John 15.12

Love, laugh & learn for life

Please keep an eye on our school calendar for forthcoming events!


East Haddon is a small village school, providing a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Our aim is for all our children to become independent and responsible young people. This is achieved in a caring and stimulating environment, through a wide range of carefully balanced learning opportunities. We want our children to achieve the highest possible standards and realise their potential.

We are a Church of England Voluntary Controlled school and we aim to provide a Christian environment which is stable, caring and supportive. Our children have the opportunity to learn and develop their spiritual, social and moral integrity.

We can only achieve the best for each child, socially, morally, spiritually and culturally through close co-operation between home and school. We provide many opportunities for parents to visit the school and share in their children’s education. We look forward to welcoming you in to our school.

Claire Truslove MA Ed

Head Teacher / Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENDCo)


Skateboarding Fun

Thank you to Sam from Team Rubicon, who spent the morning with us on Friday 9th February. Years 1 and 2 tried out some scootering and the older children learnt some skateboarding techniques! Sam said he was impressed by everyone's enthusiasm and determination.


We welcomed The Right Honourable Chris Heaton-Harris MP to school assembly on Friday 12th January. We held a House of Commons style debate led by Mae (our Speaker), Alice (Prime Minister) and Jayden (Leader of the Opposition). The children were fully committed to their allocated parties and debated brilliantly.

They then had the opportunity to question Chris about his job as an MP and Northern Ireland Minister, the history of Parliament and which football team he supports! Thanks to Chris and his team for a very interesting and enjoyable assembly.

Goodbye Mrs Gill

We were very sad to say goodbye to Mrs Betty Gill when she retired at the end of December. Betty has worked with Mrs Gibbins
for many years and is an extremely valued member of the team. She was also a parent here for many years. I know that Mrs Gibbins, all of the children in Green class, and indeed the entire school will miss her
loads but we wish her lots of love for her retirement.


Singing in Collective Worship

Happy Birthday - with sign language!

Latest School Calendar Events

School starts26Feb2024

Y4/5 Swimming Lessons27Feb2024

Y4/5 Swimming Lessons05Mar2024

Parents' evening (details to follow)06Mar2024

Year 2/3 Open Assembly08Mar2024

Calendars page(s): School Calendar >>

Latest Newsletters

Most Improved Pupil Award

Congratulations to Matthew in Year 1, who won Mrs Barnes' Most Improved Pupil award for exceptional achievement. Excellent work, Matthew!


Mrs Barnes created this annual award for Year 1 pupils upon her retirement in July 2023.

Visit the Gallery and scroll down for the leavers' service photos!


RE Award July 23

Congratulations to Mae and William, seen below accepting our annual RE award from Jack, last year's recipient. Well done!




Red Class enjoying the great outdoors in Forest School.