Amport Church of England Primary is a popular rural school situated in the Parish
of Amport in north-west Hampshire, about 3 miles south-west of Andover. The majority
of children live in the villages of Amport, Monxton and Quarley and the surrounding
area, although the school attracts many children from outside the designated catchment
The school is situated across the road from the village green, which is used as its
playing and sports field. It is within easy walking distance of the village church,
which is used regularly for services and events.
Guides children towards Christian attitudes and behaviour through the framework of
a Christian education
Helps pupils to acquire understanding, knowledge and skills relevant to adult life
Helps children to see themselves not just as individuals but as members of communities
We have high expectations of our children, of their academic attainment and effort,
behaviour and attitude. A positive Behaviour Policy to which the children contributed,
is in place and regularly reviewed.
Amport Primary School - Top Primary School in Hampshire for the third year running!
(Source: The Times, December 2014)
We are one of only 149 schools in the country to achieve 100% of pupils gaining Level
4B or above in Reading and Mathematics and Level 4 or above in Writing. In 2013,
we were one of only 159 schools in the country with these statistics. (Source: Rt
Hon David Laws MP, Minister of State for Schools, January 2015)