What we believe

I am delighted to welcome you to Tolleshunt D’Arcy’s school website and to introduce you to our school.

We are a friendly church school set in the heart of the community of Tolleshunt D’Arcy with views over the beautiful Essex countryside and Blackwater Estuary. The grounds are vast and offer good facilities both indoors and outdoors including ICT suite, library, adventure playground and forest area. We have close links with St. Nicholas Church and visit regularly as part of our Collective Worship programme.

The strong Governing Body supports the school to achieve its aims and vision. St. Nicholas Primary School works in partnership with other local schools. Our close links with Kelvedon St. Mary’s Academy provides the school with greater opportunities to further enhance learning for pupils and staff.

The Parents Association are very active in organising a variety of fun events. They raise large amounts of money to support the school and their efforts are very much appreciated by all.

If you have any questions or would like to visit us, please contact the school office and we would be pleased to help you.

Mrs Louise Eastbrook
Head of School

Latest Blogs

Party - Class 2 Blog

This Friday afternoon we will be having a party to celebrate the year. In the morning, we will be cooking cookies and cakes to eat during our party.   If you would like to contribute to our party then we would love to have the following: Caster Sugar ~ 200g Icing Sugar ~ 400g Cupcake cases ~ 20 Soft brown...

Our last story of the year - Class 2 Blog

In our writing we have been focusing on extending our sentences and varying our openers. We can make them longer by using connectives, prepositions and clauses. We vary openers using time words and adverbs (this stops our sentences from starting with The The The or He He He). We used a film trailer for ideas for sentences and made comic...

Class 1 were not kitten around - Class 1 Blog

Yesterday class one had very special guests come to visit; Mr Fox's kittens. Everyone was so excited and purrrrfectly behaved, we were not kitten around. We were so furtunate to be able to meet these 8 week old babies who had a lot of catitude, luckily none of the kittens behaviour was apawling. I think everyone in class one can agree...