Welcome to Crawford's Church of England Primary School.
We are a happy and caring school where staff and governors work together to produce a stimulating and productive learning environment. It is our aim that, as a result of our shared experiences, children will feel secure, valued and able to thrive in their learning.
Within the Christian ethos of the school, children are encouraged to be kind and courteous, to respect each other, to share, to develop responsibilities and to care for each other as part of the school community.
We value the support of everyone involved in our school and are working together with the children, staff, parents and carers, governors, members of the community and the church to move our school forward towards our long term aims and goals.
We welcome visits to the school - please see our contact us page for ways to get in touch
Mr. Rob Francksen MA PGCE BSc
We are a small rural school situated in the beautiful village of Haughley. Our catchment area serves the parishes of Haughley and Wetherden. We are a Church of England Primary School which caters for children between 5 and 11 years of age.
Reverend William Crawford founded our school in 1866. It was established in the first instance as a Church of England foundation. It maintains good links with the Church through its Foundation Governors and the active support of the Vicar and Curate of Haughley and Wetherden.
The school's building is one of character that has been extended over the years. It contains four classrooms, an activities area and a library area as well as a separate hall/dining room. Children use the playground at playtimes and lunchtimes and also make use of the village playing field when the weather is good.